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  • By Jeremy Ellis After an adventurous Friday of travel from Chicago, I am finally here for my 7th go-round, the 20th annual NARCh Finals.  The weather in the Toronto area got downright nasty yesterday with thunderstorms, high winds and even tornado sightings.  All of those led to a long delay for me taking off from Chicago, which allowed the Chicago weather to turn for the worse delaying my departure even more.  After exploring O'Hare airport for 8 hours I finally took off and ended up here in

  • By Josh HowaldA long trip to NARChBruce County certainly didn’t travel the most miles to be at NARCh, but nonetheless, this team has come a long way.The last time the North American Roller Hockey Championships made a stop in Mississauga, Bruce County did put a team on the floor. That team, however, left demoralized and was nearly the end of roller hockey in southwestern Ontario. Bruce County failed to touch the puck in its first contest, ended by the mercy rule after about four minutes. They s

  • by Alex Morrison We have had 5 great days so far at the Finals, and hope that day 6 extends the streak.  We have the Pee Wee, Midget, and Junior Gold Skills Competitions, and the Squirt Gold final comes toward the end of a "short" day.  It's funny that a 10 hour day is considered short to us! The way we have approached this video production is new to me, and I have had a good time stepping in and interviewing kids and helping make this a truly special experience for them.  The addition of Gai

  • First and foremost, our condolences the Zarem Family.  Dave Zarem has been instrumental in keeping roller hockey alive and healthy in Detroit and is the heart of the Detroit Mission Stars.  Unfortunately he got the news yesterday while here that his brother had passed.   It's never easy even discussing death and everyone handles it a bit differently.  I'm uncomfortable writing about it.  Our thoughts and prayers are with you Dave.  The roller hockey world is a tight family and his pain is

  • by Alex Morrison The longest meter is more like it up here.  Day 2 at the NARCh Finals was the longest of the 17 days we will spend in Mississauga this summer.  65 games, and 5 skills competitions took place  over the course of 17 hours, and we didn't have a dull minute. The skills competitions were the highlight of the day.  We started things off with the Atom Division, which was the largest skills turnout by far.  We had over 30 shooters!  This was one of the more entertaining skills com

  • Check out the NARCh Finals Live Streaming page  here.

  • If your team signed up to compete in the 2013 NARCh FINALS in Mississauga please make sure that you are LISTED CORRECTION and IN THE RIGHT DIVISION. If there’s a mistake, contact NARCh IMMEDIATELY!!!  Email Daryn@narch.com AND call 760-943-0049. We are starting the schedule and shortly it will be too late for modifications. More information will follow in the upcoming week and the schedule will be posted on or before July 7th.   2013 NARCh Finals Team List    

  • We are excited to announce that United Airlines is offering a discount on all flights into either Toronto (YYZ) or Buffalo (BUF) for the NARCh Finals this July!   Here is how it works:   Go to www.united.com   Book a flight from anywhere to either Toronto (YYZ) or Buffalo (BUF) between the dates of July 8 - July 31, 2013   enter the following offer code   ZPN8239529   That will give you a discount of 2-10% off of their lowest fares.  No strings attached!

  • If you have a DUI and are planning on coming to the FINALS you need to read this. Looks like you can get into the country, it just takes an extra $200 and a form filled out. What is the new policy on criminal inadmissibility?Normally, if you have been convicted of an offense, such as mischief or driving under the influence, you cannot enter Canada without a permit that has a processing fee of $200. However, in line with Canada’s Federal Tourism Strategy, Citizenship and Immigration Canada and

  • Mississauga Regional Schedule

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