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The FHL strikes again ... Dayton Demolition

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This offseason has been a typical FHL offseason. To keep it simplified: the owners of the Dayton Demonz ditched town and that franchise is now Port Huron. The former Berkshire Battalion (Berkshire's owner is now involved with the new Danbury team after the Whalers were kicked out) are now the:

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Demolition replaces Demonz in FHL

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Good God, ban the FHL from everything. Why haven't they gone belly-up yet after that whole series of events where their lawyer made fake documents instead of going to court?

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For the most part, the SPHL is out of the shenanigans dark ages. The majority of the teams in the league are really well run.

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The inter-locking D/D is not bad--the stick/hammer in the background is a little silly--add the explosion and this logo is absurd.

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No one takes the FHL seriously ... not even the owners of the teams lol

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Is the bulldog wearing a bad toupee?

Oh good god it is. What a s**tshow of a league.

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Now hold on, the Titans logo looks decent. We could at least give them that.

The rest can go die in a hole.

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That Bulldogs logo looks likes some artist try to be original by copying the Hamilton Bulldogs logo by pencil.

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Is the bulldog wearing a bad toupee?

Trying to disguise it from being recognized as the Hamilton Bulldogs logo...

Like Clark Kent and his glasses...

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