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By Lonny Lovins Sunday was moving day for a lot of teams. Some packed up and went home, some put in brilliant efforts in their round robin games, while others punched their tickets to our exciting finals. Here is a rundown of the divisions that finished today, as well as a couple recaps of my favorite games. CUBS - While this division might bring the fewest amount of teams, our rising stars always bring out the most fans. Often times the cheering is so thunderous for these little tykes, yo
by Alex Morrison We are only 2 games in on each rink Sunday morning, and we have already had some wild finishes. Bantam Gold 6am - Rink 1 - Hockey House Army vs. Norcal Extreme A tight defensive game went to OT tied 1-1. A little more than halfway through the extra period, Extreme couldn't convert on a 2 on 0 chance. Hockey House took the puck the length of the floor and scored the game winner, the first goal of the weekend for the player that scored. 6:40am - Rink 1 - CCM Bulldogs vs. Missi
by Alex Morrison The title to this blog was a quote from an anonymous parent watching a game on rink 1 earlier today. Thank goodness she had a fan to keep herself cool, as we had 45 teams playing for playoff seeds this morning. Here is a link to who ended up where: 2014 WC WN Brackets Here are the notes from this morning's games and seedings: The KIHA Warriors ended up in the Gold Division in all 3 groups seeded this morning, losing only 1 of the 10 games the teams played. The CCM Bulldogs
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One of the coolest part of my job is seeing people enjoy roller hockey that have been involved for SOOOO Long. Kids now have no idea how good they have it. In the early 90’s the sport was played strictly on wooden or concrete floor roller rinks or outside on asphalt. The state-of-the-art facilities we have now did not exist.Many of these players that were in their prime 20 years ago still carry that same passion and fire to play. For that reason we continue to field the older divisio