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MLRH has a league for players of every
ability, entry level through experienced pro.
MLRH ain't for everybody, this is real hockey.
©2012 Major League Roller Hockey
PO Box 25621
Alexandria, VA 22313
Bill Raue, President and founder, Phone: (703) 535-5996 x 1) firstname.lastname@example.org
Doug Jones, Commissioner and co - owner, Phone: (843) - 267-0995, email@example.com
Ian Rezac and the OC Breakaway Bullies are
hitting MLRH this fall.....
HOUSTON VENOM ARE
GOING TO THE DANCE
IT'S GONNA BE A WILD, WILD WEST SHOW!
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.
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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FINAL QUALIFIER ADDED FOR MLRH EUROPE TEAMS
To view games, click
on the logo above.
You team can still enter the May 2 qualifying tournament.
Winner advances to the MLRH Championships May 3 & 4
Saturday, March 15th
Chicago Carnage vs. OC Cowboys
Game 1: OC Cowboys 5 vs. Chicago Carnage 2
Game 2: Chicago Carnage 4, OC Cowboys 3 OT
Game 3: OC Cowboys 3 vs. Chicago Carnage 1 FINAL
Sunday, March 16th
Breakaway Bullies vs. OC Cowboys
Game One: Breakaway Bullies 6, OC Cowboys 0
Game Two: Breakaway Bullies 7, OC Cowboys 0
Game Three 5:00pm Breakaway Bullies vs. OC Cowboys (If required)
The Breakaway Bullies continued their winning ways in MLRH as they shut down the OC Cowboys two games to none and outscored them by a 13 goal margin in the two game series. The Bullies dominated from the drop of the puck to the final buzzer.
Aaron Moss opened the scoring with a Bobby Hull Slapshot from the top of the circle that beat Cowboys goalie Chris Fredlow and, from then on, it was showtime for the three-time mLRH Champions. To their credit, the Cowboys, never quit, battling as if it was 1 - 0 until the final buzzer. They continued to finish their hits and play attacking hockey, doing theit best to get one by Bullies goalie Rob Sudduth, but to no avail. Goaltender Andrew Skoron stepped in for the Cowboys in the second half and put on a show for the fans with some great stops, ilimiting the Bullies to three second half goals but the defending champions dominated.
The Orange County team may well have entered Sunday's play with tired legs after an exhausting three-game upset series over the Chicago Carnage on Saturday. The Cowboys took the opener 5-2, dropped game two in OT and bounced back for a 3-1 win in Game Three. The Bullies now go to Mannheim, Germany May 2nd, 3rd and 4th for the MLRH World Championships.
After a dramatic Saturday upset over Chicago, the Orange County Cowboys come up short in North American Championships
North American Championships Irvine, CA
Trey Wilson, Anaheim Bullfrogs Jason Kitchin, Anaheim Bullfrogs
MLRH has announced the winners of it's 2013-14 fan poll and the awards were presented at the Championships Sunday afternoon in Irvine, CA.
Two Anaheim Bullfrogs were the fan's favorites with Trey Wilson receiving the Rookie of the Year award and Jason Kitchin the Jon Massey Award. What is amazing is that both Kitchin and Wilson are both deaf. They have competed at a top level and have shown the dedication and perserverance necessary to impress not only MLRH staff, but their peers and the league.
We at MLRH thank and salute two giftted and tremendous athletes.
Top Left: Vuorelan Veikot Right: The ladies
of Mannheim Above: Frederickspark Arena
Breakaway Bullies (USA)
Vuorelan Veikot (Finland)
Orebro Eagles (Sweden
Koovee Rollers (Finland)*
* Winners of the world-wide MLRH Fan Poll
Two additional Wild Card
teams to be determined.
In a dramatic announcement, Major League Roller Hockey has announced that it will return to it's roots with the introduction of the first 'real" pro
roller hockey league in 15 years.
The Major League "Super League" will debut with with 8-10 teams playing
an eight game demo season with teams playing a "home and home" schedule. Super League team rosters will feature a mix of pro ice hockey players from the ECHL, Central League, Southern Professional and Federal Leagues plus graduating college ice hockey players as well as "pure" roller hockey players from the MLRH Pro Tour ranks.
In making the announcement, Bill Raue, MLRH President and Founder said, "We have made great strides at MLRH with our Pro Tour that now includes the world's best roller hockey players playing in 15 countries world wide. Over the past year, MLRH games and programming has attracted over 760,000 viewers and that is unprecedented for roller hockey. The problem is that the present system of several teams playing monthly at a designated city cannot be sold as a league. Nobody will own or support a team if the teams never have home games. Additionally, without the support of the mainstream media, this sport will never grow and is doomed to remain a niche sport."
"IT IS OUR TO GOAL TO
DEVELOP A FAN BASED LEAGUE WITH A PRODUCT CAPABLE OF ATTRACTING
Quite simply, it is the goal of the MLRH Super League to be
exactly the same as any professionaol sports league,
playing in the summer allows us to market to familys as there are no "school nights."
Welcome to the Super league!
The Super League will not play in huge arenas but will play
in attractive, brightly lit rinks
with sufficient seating, allowing
team management to create a true professional game experience.
The Super League will play primarily Saturday evenings with a target
market of providing affordable family entertainment. Games will include Mascots and giveaways, free skating on the rink after the game, post-game concerts and halftime youth games.
With over 760,000 fans watching MLRH programming, the Super league will use Roller Hockey TV extensively to market the league.
"This gives us the opportumity to reinvent ourselves, but also limit the typical problems with owners and coaches we have been having", Commissioner Doug Jones added.