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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.....


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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.


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East Division Standings
Philadelphia Demons
Pittsburgh Steel
Ohio River Monsters
DC Filibusters
W  L  OTL  PTS.
6    1     1      13
6    2     0      12
3    4     1       7
1    6     1       3


RESULTS

July 12
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 11, vs. Philadelphia 10 OT
Ohio13,  vs.  Washington 12 OT
Anaheim Bullfrogs 4, Hollywood 2


August 24
Anaheim Bullfrogs 2 So Cal Lobsterz  6

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)
Hollywood Dream @ Anaheim Bullfrogs
6:30pm (PST)

MLRH SUPER LEAGUE
Championships
September 20
Game one Philadelphia @ Irvine
6:00pm
September 20
Game two Philadelphia @ Irvine
8:00pm
September 21
Game three if nec. 
2:00pm
West Division Standings
So Cal Lobsterz
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Hollywood Dream
W  L  OTL  PTS.
3    0     0       6
1    2     0       2
0    2     0       0




Patriotic DC, stylish Philly, 1920's retro Pittsburgh or
a happy River Monster?  Vote for your favorite!
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
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Dream booster club shows up!
Philly wins Division with

Murrysville, PA--  Pittsburgh's Clay Plyler got the OT winner as the Pittsburgh Steel knocked off the Philadelphia Demon's in another wild one that is becoming typical of the MLRH Super League Steel.

Still, it was too little, too late for Pittsburgh as the Demons claimed the MLRH East title on the strength of  the point gained from the OT loss.  Just getting to overtime required another miracle from the Demons as they trailed 8-4 late in the 3rd quarter.  Demon veteran Frank Szilagyi kept Philly in the ball game with five goals but it was Pat Sheehan who got the goal at the 00;02 mark to send the game into OT.

Late in the game, Pittsburgh, who blew a 5-1 lead at home back in June, had to be thinking, "Not again."  The good news for the Steel
is that, after playing not to lose late in regulation, they changed their strategy in overtime as the Steel's Paul Metzlan picked
up the "Most Valuable Assist" award, getting
the puck to Plyler for his third goal of the night and the game winner.  Shawn Grubbs, Pittsburgh Captain, contributed two goals in their win.

Philly now awaits the outcome of the West
Division.  MLRH fans must be salivating at the prospect of a Philadelphia- SoCal Lobsterz series.

Two teams feeling optimistic after wild 10-10 regulation game goes to shootout win for Ohio.
If there ever was a case of the winner and the loser being equally happy, it is the Ohio River Monsters and the DC Filibusters.  Ohio got the shootout win on the work of goalie Justin Sharpe but the Busters are thrilled with their turnaround after an opening stretch that rivaled the Bad News Bears for futility. Ohio ends their season on a modest win streak including Saturday night's win over DC and last weeks huge win over the, then undefeated, Philadelphia Demons.  DC finally found players who can compete and are looking forward to a better start in 2015.
A WILD WEEKEND IN


THE SUPER LEAGUE!
Coast to coast excitement with one goal games, OT games and shootouts...
ZZ TOP REUNION?
Hollywood Dream's number 40 Robert Vierregger had his own fan club wearing beards in his honor. The booster club was loud and cheering the Dream on....

PHILLY 11-10 IN OT!
PITTSBURGH EDGES

point from OT loss

Super League West
Jason Entwistle stopped 36 of 42 shots for the Bullfrogs and had a stellar game in net for Anaheim. Entwistle thwarted Spencer Heichman on a penalty shot in the second half of the game.

The Rinks - Irvine Inline
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8/24/14

The So Cal Lobsterz continued their winning ways in MLRH West as they downed the Anaheim Bullfrogs MLRH 6 - 2. The game had seen the Lobsterz, who poured it on in the first half, face a steady and excellent Jason Entwistle who shut the door numerous times on the Lobsterz relentless attack. At the half, the Lobsterz were up 2 - 1, as they had earned both goals by beating Entwistle cleanly on no - chance shots. Chet Kohler would score Anaheim's lone goal as he was set up by Bullfrog's rookie, Kris Benveniste.

The second half would see Benveniste score his first of the season to tie the game 2 - 2, but then The Lobsterz scored four unanswered goals from the 6:40 of the second half to take the game. Tom Tyler would get the hat trick in the end in his first appearance and the Lobsterz would get goals from Stephen Campbell, Ian Rezac and Lucas Romero. Making their debut also were Skyler Hoar and Taylor Kane. A penalty shot was awarded to Spencer Heichman in the second half as Jason Kitchin of Anaheim threw his stick at him while he was on a breakaway. Entwistle, up to task, denied Heichman.


MONSTERS NIP THE

FROGS LOOKIN' GOOD


LOBSTERZ ROLL BUT



Anaheim hanging around at 3-2 with six minutes left in the game.
The Steel got the win but  it
is the Philadelphia Demons who advance to the Super League Championship series

SHOOTOUT.
FILIBUSTERS IN A

Picture of the Week
WHO WILL BE THE 2014
SUPERLEAGUEMVP
NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED AND
VOTING BEGINS WEDNESDAY, AUGUST  27
Click on MVP logo to vote
Chria Puma Arvizu
Hollywood Dream
Brad Barber
Hollywood Dream
Cory Barrick
Ohio River Monsters
Rob Basquill
Philadelphia Demons
Stephen Campbell
SoCal Lobsterz
Jared Dror
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Alex Grosse
DC Filibusters
Shawn Grubbs
Pittsburgh Steel
Jordan Hamilton
Pittsburgh Steel
Jimmy Hocker
Hollywood Dream
Clay Plyler
Pittsburgh Steel
Ian Rezac
SoCal Lobsterz
Lucas Romero
SoCal Lobsterz
Pat Sheenhan
Philadelphia Demons
Frank Szilagyi
Philadelphia Demons
Tom Tyler
SoCal Lobsterz
Chriss Weiss
Ohio River Monsters
Trey Wilson
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Shane Salazar
Anaheim Bullfrogs


GOALIES
Justin Sharpe
Ohio River Monsters
Cosy Reeve
Pittsburgh Steel
Jason Entwhistle
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Angel Rios
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Eric Miller
DC Filibusters
Chris Fredlow
Hollywood Dream
SUPER LEAGUE


Listed below, are the nominees for 2014 Super league MVP.  The fan poll will count as 75% of the votes
with the roller hockey industry and media votes counting for 25%

MVP FAN POLL


LOGO FAN POLL


DEMONS WIN THE

The votes are in and the fans think the Philadelphia Demons have the coolest jerseys in the east.  The DC Filibusters took the runner up spot.
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