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UFHL Warriors Franchise Sold to New York Rangers Beat Journalist

Kyle Hall of the Broadway Hat Podcast and Belly Up Sports, who covers the New York Rangers, is the new owner of the Warriors Franchise in the Ultimate Fantasy Hockey League (UFHL).

The Warriors were put up for sale from the previous owner, Sean Cosgrove, the week before the 2022/2023 season was to kick off. Hall, who had previously been involved with the league by assisting hosting the league’s podcast, jumped at the opportunity to become an owner in the UFHL. “After a year of covering the league from the media side, I am very excited to get my hands on my own roster and build a winner!”, stated Hall.

Last season the Warriors finished in 7th place in the Lemieux Division and 28th overall. Their franchise player was Elias Pettersson who had an off year in production for the Warriors.

Hall, as the new GM/Owner of the Warriors, came in and made a quick impact, including trading away Pettersson to help boast his roster. In Hall’s first 24 hours of ownership, he started rehauling his roster to his liking. As stated earlier, Hall covers the New York Rangers as a journalist so it was to no surprise when he went and acquired four Rangers for the Warriors. Hall traded for Vincent Trocheck, K’Andre Miller, Ryan Reaves, and Jimmy Vesey.

The new look Warriors and GM/Owner, Kyle Hall, look to move up the standings this season. We have a feeling that Hall is not done making roster moves to build up the Warriors Franchise. Welcome to the UFHL Kyle Hall!

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