By David Koonce | Birmingham Bulls
The Bulls will being their playoff run on the road, traveling to play the seventh-seeded Fayetteville Marksmen on Thursday night. The first round is a best-of-three series with Game 2 set for Saturday and a possible Game 3 set for Sunday at the Pelham Civic Complex.
Birmingham finished the regular season with a 37-16-4 record, finishing four points back of first-place Peoria Rivermen. The Bulls finished second in the league with 217 goals scored, outscoring their opponents by 55 goals across the 57-game season.
Birmingham Bulls 2023 SPHL President's Cup Playoff Roster