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  • By Jeremy Ellis The 2014 Pittsburgh regional is one to remember!  47 teams showed up this weekend at Bladerunners this weekend across 6 divisions.  The hospitality was great, the people friendly, and the hockey action packed!  Let’s dig in and break it down! MITES The Mite division featured 5 teams so we were able to hold a Silver and Gold championship.  From the drop of the first puck, the Butler Cobras Grey had the look of the team to beat.  They accumulated an impressive 29 goals in th

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  • By Jeremy Ellis It is getting late out here in the Eastern Time Zone, but across the country hockey is pulling a late night.   Hockey fans in Los Angeles have it easy; 2 overtimes in game 2 of the cup and it is still not past 9pm.  Over here we burn the midnight oil as we still have a few games to finish on each rink. It has been an action packed day both in and out of the rink.  Multiple national sporting events have captured the nations attention in the form of the Stanley Cup and the race

  • By Jeremy Ellis Welcome to the Steel City NARCh family!  This place has welcomed us with open arms to the tune of 47 teams!  Its going to be a long exciting weekend here from the Bladerunners complex. It is a pretty unique set up we have here this weekend.  It is a 3 sheet facility with the rinks side by side but in different directions.  Unfortunately, logistics are a bit of a nightmare as the middle rink is ice and is sandwiched by the 2 floors.  Makes for a good walk between the rinks, b

  • By Lonny Lovins:  We had a great tournament in Huntington Beach.  It was my first time at the facility, and it wasn’t too bad.  I wish they would get a little better airflow throughout the rink, as it is a bit stifling heat wise.   Other than that, it was a quality facility to hold a regional tournament.  We saw a lot of familiar faces, but I was a little bummed not to see more of the Nor-Cal crowd travel down.  We had a ton of teams from San Diego, Arizona, and Nevada cruise into t

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  • By Lonny Lovins:  We are heading into the wee hours of the night here in Huntington Beach, and while most people would be asleep or out at this hour, we still have some hockey games to settle before the night is over. With all of the games we have had go to overtime, coupled with the low amount of mercies that we have had, it has added up to a long day, but a day filled with great hockey.  We have had a few divisions go final already, and each of those games have been hard fought and clos

  • By Lonny Lovins:   I want to wish everyone a good morning from beautiful Huntington Beach, and reiterate that it is nice living in California.  I was on a beach in Mexico yesterday morning, flew into town last night, and already I feel like I am back in paradise.  The sun is shining, the temperature is great, and the hockey is always just a bit better out here. While vacation was nice, it is always good to come back to the familiar faces of the hockey world.  NARCh has a way of bringing

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