Ian Rezac and the OC Breakaway Bullies are
hitting MLRH this fall.....
Houston Black Venom
Les Spiders de Rouen
Orebro Eagle Sports
Mannheim Blue Devils
Houston Red Venom
Palm Beach RollerHawks
Las Vegas Jokers
CPLV Mozo Gray
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.
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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
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Ohio River Monsters
W L OTL PTS.
3 0 0 6
3 1 0 6
1 3 0 2
1 4 0 2
Philadelphia 10, Pittsburgh 7
Washington 19. Ohio 8
Pittsburgh 15, Ohio 8
Philadelphia 13, Washington 3
Pittsburgh 14, Ohio 13 OT
(At Total Sports, Cincinnatti)
Ohio @ Philadelphia 8:00 pm
Washington @ Pittsburgh 6:30 pm
Philadelphia @ Ohio 7:00 pm
Anaheim Bullfrogs @ Hollywood Dream 7:00pm (PST)
Philadelphia @ Ohio 1:00 pm
Pittsburgh @ Washington 8:00 pm
So Cal Lobsterz @ Hollywood Dream
Anaheim Bullfrogs @ So Cal Lobsterz 5:00pm (PST)
Pittsburgh @ Philadelphia 7:30
Hollywood @ Anaheim 7:00pm (PST)
So Cal Lobsterz
W L OTL PTS.
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
UPDATES FROM AROUND THE SUPER LEAGUE...
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Ten Philadelphia Demons scoreas Philly wins home opener to remain unbeaten in Super League play.
Rob Culbertson got the
game winner for pittsburgh.
The Monsters and all of the Super League players
are building a league...one mile at a time.
Steel takes 14-13 OT win over Ohio River Monsters
Cincinnati- Rob Culbertson broke the Monster fan's hearts Sunday afternoon in Cincinnati as he nailed the overtime winner, allowing the Pittsburgh Steel (3-1) to take a 14-13 road win over the Ohio River Monsters. With the win, the Steel remain close on the heels of the Philadelphia Demons in the tight MLRH Super League East Division.
The rematch was everything fans thought it would be and the lead would change hands with a blink of an eye.The River Monsters got on the board first but the Steel responded and held a 5-4 lead at the halfway mark.Pittsburgh opened the second half with a scoring binge and ran their lead to 7-4, then 8-5 but the Monsters would not go away and, with 30 seconds on the clock, they were hanging on to a 13-12 lead when Shawn Grubs, the Steel Captain, took advantage of a strange rebound off of the glass and scored his 5th goal of the game to force overtime.
The thrills continued into OT and the Monsters had a huge chance on a two on one breakaway only to have Steel goalie Christian Ricketts came up with a spectacular save in the wild 3 on 3 extra period. Seconds later, the Steel caught the Monsters on a bad line change at an unfortunate moment and Pittsburgh's Rob Culbertson's took advantage of the Ohio gaff, scoring the game winner that allowed the Steel to get out of town with a win.
Pittsburgh's Jordon Hamilton led all scorers with six goals and three assists while their Captain Joey Nahay added four goals and four helpers while Captain Shawn Grubbs added five goals and three assists. Ohio captain Joey Nahay was their main man with four goals and four assists.
With the loss, Ohio drops to 1-3 on the season and Pittsburgh improved to 3-1. Ohio gets a chance at redemption next week when they hit the road to Philadelphia to take on the unbeaten Demons.
Steel Captain Shawn Grubbs forced OT with
a late goal.
LET'S HAVE A SHOUT OUT FOR
Nobody ever said this was going to be easy but as it approaches the midway point of it's inaugural season,
the league has staged some great games, the fans have turned up and the league has attracted a bevy of skilled
and dedicated players committed to make the league a success.
No team deserves more credit than the Ohio River Monsters who, after their trip to Philadelphia on Saturday will have logged 2, 171 miles. The Monsters are a very good team who have lost several players to tournament play but their "next man up" commitment is indicative of the spirit within the league and every roller hockey player on the planet owes these guys a debt of gratitude. The first Pro roller hockey league in over ten years is a success and these players
are making it happen.
Philadelphia- The Philadelphia Demons continued their domination over the DC Filibusters Saturday night as the Demons delighted the home fans with a workman like 13-3 win over the visiting Filibusters.
Everybody got into the scoring column for Philly but Zach Burke's was the only Demon to pick up a hat trick against the Filibusters.
It would seem that the Demons have just too much depth for Washington.With the win, the Demons (3-0) maintain their slight lead over Pittsburgh (3-1) in the Super league East Division.
10 Demons score as the
Philadelphia Demons remain
A picture is worth thousand words...
The Demon's big Frank Szilagyi
posts up in front of a game but
undersized Justin Lucus.
EVERYTHING'S SUNNY IN PHILADELPHIA!
Philadephia Demon fans celebrate a win and their team's undefeated run.