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  • by Alex Morrison 40 games in 3 divisions are in the books out on Long Island.  Here’s how everything ended up:   Bantam Division 5 teams were competing in this group, which was highlighted by one of the best Bantam teams in North America in Mission Black Ice 95.  They made it fairly easily to the Platinum Final, winning each of their round robin games by at least 7 goals.  Their opponent in the championship game did not have such an easy road, as they lost their round robin game to Bla

  • By Jeremy Ellis We find ourselves in Day 3 here in Buffalo.  The drama unfolds today in Squirt, Pee Wee, and Bantam with champions crowned in 6 divisions.  The medals are ready to be handed out, it now comes down to a battle of endurance and wills. Day 2 ended in thrilling fashion last night with the Jr/Mens division final taking place in the twilight hours.  Fans who stuck around were rewarded with the game of the tourney so far.  The Bar Down Billionaires entered the final unbeaten and w

  • By Alex Morrison It is Sunday Morning on Long Island (pronounced lawn-geye-land), and we have started things off with a bang.  Everyone is playing their last round robin game, with drama already unfolding. In Midget, we just finished up the round robin, and our final seed into the Gold Final will have to be determined by a shootout.  The Tour Roadrunners and Long Island 495ers tied in their matchup, and their goals against and for are exactly the same.  Exciting stuff! Bantam is finishing

  • By Jeremy Ellis Here we are approaching the halfway point of this 2012 Buffalo regional and we have yet to have a tie!  Each and every team has been going for it.  Seeding has been so tight so far that each team knows that it is a win or bust mentality. We have finished the round robin in the Pee Wee division and the seeds have been calculated.  With a lean towards parity, 4 teams were in the running for the second seed, all having accumulated 4 points.  It came down to the next tie brea

  • Sat AM Update from Escondido It feels good to be here at the Escondido Sports Center located a North County San Diego.  This is my home rink and the closest to my home, which is about a half hour with no traffic.  That’s Southern California for you, but well worth the trade off to live in such a beautiful place. The facility here has made a few improvements.  Probably not as evident to those who don’t play here on a regular basis but I notice and appreciate them.  Probably the most

  • by Alex Morrison NARCh has made a return to Rapid Fire Arena, a rink that has hosted numerous regional qualifiers over the past decade and a half, with some of the world's best roller hockey talent housed here.  It has been over 7 years since our last stop here, as we had been a bit closer to the city (New York, that is), when we were in Bethpage. The town of Moriches is pretty far out on the island:  about 70 miles from Manhattan, and a pretty solid hour and a half drive with no traffic

  • by Jeremy Ellis Here in Buffalo New York it has been raining all day long.  Good thing we are indoors at the Pepsi Center where the conditions are dry…and Fast! We are off and running at the 2012 Buffalo regional with action in 4 divisions.  Squirts, Pee Wees, Bantams, and a combined Jr. / Mens division welcomed 25 teams to this week’s NARCh Regional qualifier.  Tonight saw 8 games on the schedule with every division but Squirt facing off. This area of the country always draws talent,

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