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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.
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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Commissioner Doug Jones talks MLRH Playoffs in Huntington Beach on 3/7/14
plus the upcoming match up between the Orange County Cowboys and Chicago Carnage at the Rinks in Irvine on March 15th.
MLRH Europe has announced a "last chance"
qualifying event for it's $10,000 World
Championships in Mannheim Germany. The
Qualifier will be held Friday, May 2 in
Mannheim with the winner advancing to the
championship round May 3 and 4.
Vuoreian Velkot (Finland) and the Orebro Eagles (Sweden) have qulaified. The North American champions, the winner of the world-wide fan poll (currently led by Koovee Rollers) and the May 2 winner will play May 3 and 4 for the MLRH World Championships.
For information, contact Doug Jones, MLRH Commissioner at: firstname.lastname@example.org or
Bob Sullivan at email@example.com
You team can still enter the May 2 qualifying tournament.
Winner advances to the MLRH Championships May 3 & 4
Jon Massey Award candidates
March 1st, 2014
The RInks, Huntington Beach
The OC Cowboys under the tutelage of Berkley Hoagland, knocked off the second place Las Vegas Battalion in a hard fought series, two games to one at the Rinks of Huntington Beach.
The first game saw both teams play to a stalemate until goalie Chris Fredlow was peppered by the Battalion and a 2 - 2
stalemate, before the Battalion broke it open and would finish game one victorious, 5 - 2. Game two would see Cowboy Chris Puma score a hat trick including the game tying goal with 5.6 seconds on the clock and goaltender pulled for the extra attacker. In overtime, the Cowboys had a wrap around goal disallowed as the net was off before the puck crossed the line. However, James Stewart would score on a slapshot that eluded Battalion goalie Eric Hernandez from the redline.
Game three was all Cowboys as they jumped out to a 4 - 1 lead in the first half on their way to a 7 - 1 victory and advancing to the North American Semi - finals with the Chicago Carnage. Coach Berkley Hoagland of the Cowboys, had words with Battalion goalie, Eric Hernandez claiming Hernandez had allowed a goal that clearly was not. Hernandez then began arguing with Hoagland and a yelling match ensued between the two. Clearly after that argument, Hernandez did not return to the form that won him and the Bullies a world championship in 2013.
"I got into his mind, and kept trying to throw him off his game", said Hoagland. "After I yelled at him he seemed to lose his composure and was more worried about what I was saying". Hoagland finished. "He is a great goalie no doubt", Hoagland added "but my goal was to throw him off and clearly it worked ".
Watch for the announcement of the return
of "REAL" pro hockey on Thursday, March 13
on This Week in Roller Hockey and www.mlrh.com
The Rinks of Irvine, Saturday, March 15th
4:00pm Orange County Cowboys vs. Chicago Carnage
5:20pm Orange County Cowboys vs. Chicago Carnage
6:30pm Orange County Cowboys vs. Chicago Carnage (If required)
The Rinks of Irvine, Sunday, March 16th schedule
Game One12:00pm Breakaway Bullies vs. Saturday Winner Game Two 2:00pm Breakaway Bullies vs. Saturday Winner
Game Three 4:00pm Breakaway Bullies vs. Saturday Winner (If required)
Can Chicago or the OC Cowboys knock off the Champs?
Pick your analogy. The Breakaway Bullies may well be roller hockey's answer to the 1927 Yankees, the Boston Celtics of the early 80's or the Gretsky era Edmonton Oilers. To date, the Bullies have cashed MLRH checks totaling $30,000 and their next trip to the bank begins March 15 and 16 at The Rinks
in Irvine when the Orange County Cowboys and the Chicago Carnage hope to end their Championship run.
Chicago, the "Beast of the East" and the wild-card Cowboys get it on in a best-of-three series
Saturday with the winner meeting the Bullies
on Sunday. Game 1 is 4:00 pm.
The OC Cowboys upset Las Vegas to reach the
finals (full story below).
Coach Kenny Van Sky's (far right) Chicago Carnage posted the best reord in MLRH
Chicago's top players include Ron Greene, an MLRH MVP candidate and Andrew Corvo who is also up for MLRH Rookie of the Year honors. The Carnage goalie, Jim Thompson has recorded the league's top save percentage and goals against average.
The Cowboys big guns include Luke Storno, Patrick Tyson, James Stewart Derek Bolls and their playoff hot goaltender Andrew Skoron.
Games 2 & 3 will be webcast on Saturday
and Sunday at www.rollerhockeytv.net