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Ian Rezac and the OC Breakaway Bullies are
hitting MLRH this fall.....
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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.
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
Vuorelan Veikot downed the Koovee Rollers 6-3 in the third ande deciding game in one of the best series ever played in MLRH history.
Every game between these teams, the Breakaway Bullies (USA) and the Orebo Eagles (Sweden) was a thrill to watch. For complete coverage from California Rubber Magazine, click on the "Full Story" link.
Five MLRH players selected for national
team that downs Canada 6-2 for title.
All Finn final produces world class series.
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will be constantly looking to upgrade their rosters.
Wearing the powder-blue sweaters that became fan favourites, Team Finland capped off a dominant 2014 inline hockey season with an undefeated record and its first IIHF Inline Hockey World Championship gold medal in 11 years, defeating Canada 6-2.
The Finnish team featured five players from the MLRH World Championships held in Mannheim, Germany. Markus Jokinen, Kari Lohtander and Juho Joki-Erkkita repesented the Koovee Rollers, Tomi Penttinen and Petri Partanen represented the Champion Vuorelan Veikot
Doug Jones, MLRH Commisioner said, "I have been saying for a long time that the skill level of MLRH players is unmatched by any league on the planet and this proves it."
The MlRH World Championships are a great roller hockey tournament and a huge party. Check out the action and the player's comments.
Edited clips and interviews of the Pittsburgh Steel-Ohio River Monsters game can be seen this Thursday on the 'This Week in Roller Hockey" program to air at
8:00 PM PST at www.rollerhockeytv.net
Ohio River Monsters
W L OTL PTS.
2 0 0 4
2 1 0 4
1 2 0 2
1 3 0 2
Philadelphia 10, Pittsburgh 7
Washington 19. Ohio 8
Pittsburgh 15, Ohip 8
Washington at Philadelphia 7:00pm
Pittsburgh at Ohio 1:00 pm
(At Total Sports, Cincinnatti)
Ohio at Phialadelphia 7:00 pm
W L OTL PTS.
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
Retooled Filibusters hang a 19-8 thumping on the Ohio River Monsters
Pittsburgh knocks of scrappy Ohio River Monsters and closes the gap on Philadelphia Demons
The Pittsburgh Steel got a needed win Sunday afternoon at the Sport Zone Arena,
defeating a resilient bunch of Ohio River Monsters 15-8 in a game that was far closer and far more entertaining than the score would indicate.
Playing their second game within 18 hours following a surprising upset in Washington,
the Monsters battled all the way, hanging around within a couple of goals until the final minutes.
Once again, Clay Plyler, the Steel's young gun was their ace with five goals. Joey Nahey continues to be the standout for Ohio with four goals in a losing effort. With 2:25 remaining in the game, Pittsburgh Captain Shawn Grubbs and Ohio's Shane Wheatly dropped the gloves in what may have the Super League season's best fight of the year so far.
Fists were flying at the end and, in a schedule maker's dream, the Pittsburgh Steel have a date in Cincinnatti Sunday afternoon
with the Ohio River Monsters.
Oh boy! Game time is 1:00 PM at Total Sports.
The DC Filibusters, smarting after a 9-0 loss in Columbus two weeks ago, put a big hurt on the Ohio River Monsters, delighting the home fans with their first win of the season and a Super League scoring record with their 19-8 win.
Three new players energized DC, Alex Groose proved to be the playmaker they needed while Steven Barry hung 7 goals on the Monsters and Justin Lukas chipped in five more.
With renewed confidence, the Filibusters travel to Philadelphia Saturday night to take on the undefeated Philadelphia Demons.
The fans got a needed win and the WAGS (wives and girlfriends) celebrate with a cool one. And yes, if you go to a Busters game, there iis always plenty of beer.
Highlights on This Week in Roller Hockey