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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.....


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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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



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 2, So Cal Lobsterz  11
September 7
Anaheim Bullfrogs 1 Hollywood Dream  3

September 13
Hollywood Dream  0@ So Cal Lobsterz 1
September 14
Anaheim Bullfrogs 2 @ So Cal Lobsterz  12

MLRH SUPER LEAGUE
Championships
September 20
Game one Philadelphia 3 @ Losterz 8

September 20
Game two Philadelphia 3 @ Lobsterz 10


West Division Standings
So Cal Lobsterz*
Anaheim Bullfrogs
Hollywood Dream

* = clinched division
W  L  OTL  PTS.
6    0     0       12
2    4     0         4
1    5     0         2



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
To view games, click
on the logo above.

OKTOBERFEST TIME!!!
The MLRH worldwide $10,000 Pro Tour begins play with the MLRH Europe Octoberfest in Mannheim, Germany September 26-28
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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SEPT. 26-28
FRIEDRICHSPARK
ARENA
MANNHEIM,
GERMANY

$10,000 PRO TOUR EXTENDS FROM GERMANY, TO WASHINGTON, DC
It's a great roller hockey tournament but it may be an even greater party as the MLRH Pro Tour begins play in Mannheim, Germany at the 7,200 seat Friedrichspark Arena September 26-28.
Following the Mannheim opener, the tour featuyres events all accross Europe and North America with the World Championships set for Washington, DC, May
8 through the10th.  Finland's Veikot are the reigning MLRH Champions but they will face a
bunch of teams looking to take them down including the
Koovee Rollers (Finland) and other top teams from fifteen plus countries in Europe.  

Best Damn Hockey
Bar in Europe!
ex NHLer Bob Sullivan is the legendary host of the event and "Bob's Corner," his sports bar overlooking the 7,200 seat arena exclusively used for roller hockey.  Both fans and players all agree that this is a great party.
7 TEAMS FEELING

GOOD ABOUT

THEMSELVES...

As their debut season draws to a close (and a highly anticipated Philly-Lobster Championship series), every one of the "Original 7" are looking to build on their initial success.  Philadelphia edge Pittsburgh for the East title but Ohio had it's moments, knocking off Philly, and the DC Filibusters finally
got it's act together mid-season
with a team worthy of it's fan base and great game presentation.
To enter your team in an MLRH Pro Tour event, contact Commissioner  Doug Jones at 843-446-3717 or
e-mail; doug@mlrh.com
Sunday's games
1000 Sporteik Spins vs K-town-5:3
1045 Monarchs vs NorthStars 3:2
1130 Ktown vs NorthStars 4:0
1215 ISC Stars vs. Spins 6:1
1300 Leicester Dragons vs Monarchs  6:1
1345 Spins vs Monarchs 5:2 (Third place game)
1430 ISC Stars vs Dragons 3:1 (championship game)

ISC Stars were the Champions and went undefeated. Another interesting tidbit....the Stars scored on themselves twice....both games were against Belgium (Sporteik Spins) and ended up being the first goal for the opposing team.

During Saturday's games, we held a raffle to raise money to help a fellow hockey player and former Mannheim Adler player ( Mannheim's pro ice hockey team) with his treatment for ALS. 600 euros were raised so that he is able to go to India for a very specific type of treatment. His name is Volker.

The championship game between ISC Stars and Leicester Dragons was a fast paced thriller. Both goalies were outstanding and kept their teams in it until the final buzzer. At the end of the first the score was tied at 1 each. The lone goal for the Dragons was scored by Ash Taylor. The game winning goal for the Stars was scored by Dirk Weber with the go ahead goal following 4 minutes later by Udo Sofian, who was a prominent appearanceduring this tournament. The Dragons continued to push hard for a goal of thier own but just couldn't find the back of the net. Final score 3-1.
SUPER LEAGUE
CHAMPIONSHIPS
Saturday. September 20
Game 1: 6 PM  Game 2: 8 PM
Game 3: Sunday at 2:00 PM
First round results:
Mannheim Monarchs 1, UK Stars 0
ISC Stars 6, Leicester Dragons 1
Sportiak Spins 4, K -Town 1
Leicester Dragons 4, Monarchs. 2
UK North Stars 4, K- Town 3 (SO)
ISC Stars 7, K-Town 1
Spin 7, Monarchs 5
UK North Stars 2, Dragons  1 (SO)
ISC Stars 7, Monarchs 1
UK North Stars 5, Sportaik Spin 4 (SO)
K-Town 3, Dragons 0

Saturday highlights
The ISC Stars (Mannheim) swept the field, going 5-0 for the day with outstanding performances from Marcus Semlow and Udo Sofian.
Semlow recorded eight goals for the day and playmaker. Sofian added three goals Andi eleven assists.

In one of the most incredible feats of the day's play, the UK North Stars won their consecutive shootouts thanks to female goalie Jemma Davis and their captain Luke Whittingham.  All of the shootouts went to the 5th or 6th round
Locked at 1-1- or 0-0 with Davis matching the opponents goalkeeper shot for shot in all three games, Whittingham got the game winner with Davis denied the opponents  shooter on his final shot.
2014 OKTOBERFEST CHAMPS
ISC STARS

MLRH SUPER LEAGUE
2014 CHAMPIONS
SO CAL LOBSTERZ
LUCAS ROMERO
PLAYOFF MVP