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Forwards
Simon Hughes
(Manchester Warriors)
Kristopher Dahling
(Marsblade Capitals)
Defense
Carl Ashton
(Manchester Warriors)
Jouni Aalto
(Koovee Rollers)
Ian Rezac and the OC Breakaway Bullies are
hitting MLRH this fall.....


NORTH AMERICAN
SJC Bullies
USA
Koovee Rollers
Finland
Marsblade Capitols
Sweden
Anaheim Bullfrogs
USA
Les Jokers
France
Houston Black Venom
USA
Mannheim Royals
Germany
SF Tropics
USA
Leicester Dragons
England
Darmstead Dukes
Germany
Hollywood Dream
USA
Les Spiders de Rouen
France
Cabuxos
Spain
HC Aguilas
Spain
Mannheim Monsters
Germany
BRHA Misfits
England
Arlington Texans
USA
Mannheim Stars
Germany
Arizona Arsenal
USA
Dynamo Pardabuce
Czech Republic
Hugelsheim Rhinos
Germany
Orebro Eagle Sports
Sweden
Baden Bruins
Germany
Mannheim Blue Devils
Germany
HC Aguilas
Spain
SJC Vengeance
USA
Houston Red Venom
USA
Palm Beach RollerHawks
USA
Arlington Texans
USA
Manprimaten
Germany
Southhampton Hornets
England
Divji Petelini
Slovenia
SS Outlawz
USA
Las Vegas Jokers
USA
DC Filibusters
USA
Delco Demons
USA
Vuorelan Veikoy
Finland
Texas Roadkill
USA
CPLV Mozo Gray
Spain
MLRH
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TEAMS

CHAMPIONSHIPS
Major League Roller Hockey has announced that it's
2013-14 North American Championships will be held March 15 & 16 at the new Slapshot Roller Hockey in Las Vegas.


Happy fans and the DC "Buster Girls" enjoy the teams first win.  And yes, beer is legal at the Busters venue.  Win or lose, it's party time in DC!
The North American winners will qualify for
the MLRH World Championships in Mannheim, Germany, April 26 and 27.


World-wide PRO Roller Hockey

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MLRH 2014 All World Team
Forwards: Markus Jokinen, Stephen Campbell,  
                Andreas Jensen, Lasse Lappaiainen
Defense:   Ian Rezac, Tuukka Suoniemi, Johan Lilja, Tomi Penttinon
Goalies:   Petri Karhu, Niklas Nordund
To view games, click
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Click for more info about the Super League.  Teams
will be constantly looking to upgrade their rosters.
East Division Standings
Philadelphia Demons
Pittsburgh Steel
Ohio River Monsters
DC Filibusters
W  L  OTL  PTS.
6    1     0      12
4    2     0       8
2    4     1       5
1    5     0       2


SATURDAY'S  GAME
Philadelphia 10, Pittsburgh 7
July 19
Washington 19. Ohio 8
July 20
Pittsburgh 15, Ohio 8
July 26
Philadelphia  13, Washington 3
July 27
Pittsburgh 14,  Ohio  13 OT
(At Total Sports, Cincinnatti)

August 2
Philadelphia 15. Ohio 2
August 9
Philadelphia 12, Pittsburgh 2

August 16
Pittsburgh 13, Washington 10
Philadelphia 5, Ohio 4
So Cal Lobsterz 11 Anaheim Bullfrogs 1


August 17
Ohio  19, Philadelphia 6
Hollywood Dream 1, So Cal Lobsterz 11

August 23
SUPER LEAGUE CLASSIC
AT PITTSBURGH
Pittsburgh vs. Philadelphia 7:30
Ohio vs.  Washington 7:30
Anaheim Bullfrogs @ Hollywood Dream  6:00pm (PST)

August 24
Anaheim Bullfrogs @ So Cal Lobsterz  5:00pm (PST)

September 6
Hollywood Dream @ So Cal Lobsterz  5:00pm (PST)
September 7
Anaheim Bullfrogs @ Hollywood Dream  5:00pm (PST)

September 13
Hollywood Dream @ So Cal Lobsterz  5:00pm (PST)
September 14
Anaheim Bullfrogs @ So Cal Lobsterz  5:00pm (PST)
West Division Standings
So Cal Lobsterz
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Hollywood Dream
W  L  OTL  PTS.
2    0     0       4
0    1     0       0
0    1     0       0



UPDATES FROM AROUND THE SUPER LEAGUE...
THE COOLEST
JERSEYS IN
THE EAST?

Patriotic DC, stylish Philly, 1920's retro Pittsburgh or
a happy River Monster?  Vote for your favorite!
©2012 Major League Roller Hockey
PO Box 25621
Alexandria, VA 22313

Bill Raue, President and founder, Phone: (703) 535-5996 x 1) bill@mlrh.com
Doug Jones, Commissioner and co - owner, Phone: (843) - 446-3717, doug@mlrh.com
PHILADELPHIA
WASHINGTON
PITTSBURGH
  OHIO
THE BULLIES ARE NOW


THE ROC LOBSTERZ!
The Bullies are no more.  The three time
MLRH Pro Tour champions will return to MLRH for their fourth season but there is
going to be one big change - the name.


Beginning with their Super League debut
against the Anaheim Bullfrogs on Saturday, August 16, they will return as the Roc Lobsterz.  The team will have basically the same player personnel as they look to add a Super league title to their resume before joining the MLRH
Pro Tour in the Fall as they seek to take back the World Championship from the Europeans.

After three consecutive titles, the Bullies
were knocked off in the semi-finals by Finland's Koovee Rollers.

North American teams interested in playing on the MLRH Tour are invited to contact MLRH Commissioner Doug Jones at 843-446-3717 or e-mail
Doug@mlrh.com


Pittsburgh bounces back to  down DC Filibusters 13-10
Washington, DC -The Pittsburgh Steel, coming off a tough loss in Philadelphia last week, bounced back Saturday night with a 13-10 win over an improved DC Filibuster team.  With the win, The Steel hang on to their second place spot in the Super league East.   Pittsburgh returns home and will meet up with
Philly Saturday evening as part of the Super League Summer Classic. 

The Washington team, after a dreadful start to the season, has improved dramatically and will face Ohio
in Pittsburgh in the second game of the Summer Classic

PHILLY HANGS ON TO EDGE OHIO 5-4
Rob Basquill gets only score in 2nd half for the win
FROM ROLLER HOCKEY TO THE 7th ROUND DRAFT
PICK OF NHL  CAPITOLS
Garrett Harr is the special guest with Doug Jones on This Week in Roller Hockey as he talks about his journey from roller hockey to ice and the Hershey Bears in the Washington Capitals system. Just click on the logo.
Saturday, August 23
SportsZone Arena, Murrysville, PA
7:00 PM  PITTSBURGH STEEL
VS. PHILADELPHIA DEMONS

8:30 PM  OHIO RIVER MONSTERS
VS. DC FILIBUSTERS

www.rollerhockeytv.net
Cincinnati- The Ohio River Monsters, finally back to full strength, took it to the Philadelphia Demons all night in one of the best Super league games played to date but Rob Basquell, the Philly veteran got the game winner to preserve the Demons undefeated season.

The Monsters and the Demons were tied at the half at 4-4 with the goaltenders taking over
the staring roles in the final two quarters.  Chris Weis stole the show for Ohio with three goals and an assist in the first half.  Pat Sheehan was the man man for Philly with two goal nd three asists. The River Monsters jumped to a 3-1 lead only to see Philadelphia bounce back to even the score at halftime.  Ohio's Wes Crist was on the receiving end of a high stick, leaving the game with two broken teeth.

The teams tee it up for game two Sunday afternoon and, based on game one, it should be another test for Philadelphia in their bid for an undefeated season.


vs.
MONSTER

knock Philly from

Ohio River Monsters


Unbeaten ranks 19-6
Cincinnati- An angry Ohio team, seething over a high stick that knocked Wes Christ out of the game in their 5-4 loss Saturday evening, rebounded with a vengeance Sunday afternoon. knocking the Philadelphia Demons from the unbeaten ranks with a 19-6 win in a rough and tumble
affair that may set the tone for Super League grudge matches for years to come.

Chris Weiss dominated the game for Ohio with 9 goals and 6 assists while Justin Sharpe came up with 31 saves to seal the deal for the River Monsters.  Ohio defenseman Trever Dewoody and Philly's   Pat Sheenan battled late in the game. With the outcome already decided, both teams
continued to fight to the end in the heated contest.

For Ohio, who, over the past month,  have had roster problems due to tournament commitments, it was a bittersweet win as they finally assembled their A team a little too late in the season.  With their win in Washington Saturday night, the Pittsburgh Steel clinched the remaining playoff slot
in the Super league East.






VS.
OHIO WIN!
Super League West
LOBSTERZ DOWN
FROGS IN OPENER
The name has changed but they are still the Bullies of the West
Irvine, CA -- The So Cal Lobsterz, formerly know as The three-time MLRH champion Bullies opened  Super League play Saturday evening with a big 11-1 win over the Anaheim Bullfrogs at The Rinks at Irvine.

Chris Connole led the Lobsterz attack with a hat trick.
The Lobsterz return to the Rinks Sunday afternoon to take on the Hollywood Dream.

Dave Cairns, who was behind the bench for the Bullfrogs, was not happy with the team's performance and promised they would be better soon. "We have to learn how to play an execution system with discipline and containment.  We will learn to do this and become a much better team.  Cairns has also promised to bring in some additional talent
Dave Cairns, looks with anticipation toward working and recruting a team which blend youth, speed and offense combined with solid defense
Bullfrog fan "Max" drops the opening puck at the Lobsterz vs. Bullfrog game. Max came back the next day and cheered on the Hollywood Dream!
Philadelphia Demons
DC Filibusters
Pittsburgh Steel
Ohio River Monsters