BREAKING NEWS! Robbie Nichols Chasing Down Gordie Howe's Record!

by Jon Kliment

The Elmira Enforcers of the Federal Prospects Hockey League are proud to announce owner Robbie Nichols will be stepping out of the suit and back into uniform ahead of tonight’s game with the Eastern Division leading Danbury Hat Tricks.


Nichols, age redacted, from Hamilton, ONT Canada, was originally drafted in 1984 by the Philadelphia Flyers before signing with the Detroit Red Wings in 1987. Robbie played 12 years between the AHL and IHL before moving into the front office where he would assume coaching duties in the IHL, UHL and ECHL, general manager roles in the ECHL, and finally as an owner of the Elmira Enforcers. During his player career Nichols amassed 176 goals, 192 assists for a total of 368 career points with an astounding 2,145 career penalty minutes.


Robbie as well as Coach Clarke were forced to play tonight with the Enforcers shorthanded due to missing players Ahmed Mahfouz, Cameron Yarwood, Andrew Harrison, Bryce Martin, and Sean Reynolds.


The Enforcers will be back in action tonight against the Danbury Hat Tricks tonight at 7:05 pm. Make sure you don’t miss this historic comeback! Call now 607-734-PUCK or logging onto Tickets.com!