Local pro hockey
SYRACUSE — The Federal Prospects Hockey League revealed its 2019-20 schedule for the upcoming season, and the Watertown Wolves will open the season at home Oct. 25 against the Mentor Ice Breakers.
Watertown will host Mentor in a two-game set Oct. 25-26 at the Watertown Municipal Arena. Teams are slated to play between 56-to-60 games for their respective schedules.
Four expansion teams will join the league in the Columbus (Ga.) River Dragons, Delaware Thunder, Danbury Hat Tricks and a yet-to-be-revealed team based in Michigan.
The Wolves reached the FHL semifinals before losing to the Elmira Enforcers two games to none in a best-of-three semifinal series last season. Carolina defeated Elmira to win the league title.