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The Sin Bin Adds Greenville Swamp Rabbits to Game Broadcast Platform

The Sin Bin Adds Greenville Swamp Rabbits to Game Broadcast Platform

WICHITA, Kan. – Today, The Sin Bin is proud to announce an addition to our game broadcast platform. Beginning tonight, the Greenville Swamp Rabbits will air all 72 regular-season and Kelly Cup Playoff games on The Sin Bin app, with broadcaster Matt Trust bringing you all the action.

The Swamp Rabbits play their first game of the 2020-21 season tonight at the North Charleston Coliseum against the South Carolina Stingrays, with faceoff set for 7:05 pm ET.

In addition to airing Swamp Rabbits games, The Sin Bin will also be the radio home for the Wichita Thunder for a fourth season.

“We are excited continue our partnership with The Sin Bin again to carry our games on The Sin Bin app,” said Jason Mals, Director of Communications for the Wichita Thunder. “They have been a great partner and the app gives our fans an easy place to be able to access the games on their smartphones. We can’t wait to bring hockey back tonight!”

Last season, The Sin Bin app was home to all 62 Wichita Thunder regular-season games, along with the 2020 ECHL All-Star Classic. Collectively, the broadcasts brought in nearly 68,000 listeners to The Sin Bin app, an average of nearly 875 per game, an increase of 8.6 percent from the 2018-19 season. More than 3,500 people across the United States and Canada tuned in for The Sin Bin’s shows from ECHL All-Star Fanfest, as well as the ECHL All-Star Classic game broadcast. On average, listeners spent 176 minutes listening to Thunder broadcasts last season, an increase of 12.5 percent from a year earlier.

“We are grateful to Matt and Jason, as well as the Swamp Rabbits and Thunder organizations for the opportunity to air their games on the app this season,” said Matthew Harding, Editor-in-Chief of TheSinBin.net. “In a year where getting games out to people who cannot be in arenas is crucial, The Sin Bin app serves as a way of helping teams to enhance their reach while bringing fans the action. We look forward to adding more teams to our game broadcast platform soon.”

The new version of The Sin Bin app is now available! You can download it from the Google Play and Apple app stores!

Download the Field Pass Hockey app from the iTunes or Google Play stores or follow @FieldPassHockey on Twitter for the latest news on the AHL, ECHL, and SPHL throughout the 2021 season!

    Matthew Harding is the Managing Editor for Field Pass Hockey, covers the ECHL and the Wichita Thunder. Follow and interact with him on Twitter @FPHThunder.

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