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  • By: Lonny LovinsWe have had quite a few finals games thus far, and it has been a long time coming, but I will try to recap the action, and keep those of you who were not lucky enough to be here, informed.Cub Division - The cubs are one of my favorite divisions, because they are the only division that keeps up with the pros for fanbase.  Their fans are vocal, and a lot of fun to be around.  Some of them may get a little overzealous, but for the most part, it is all about the kids.  The purity

  • By Jeremy Ellis Well, I am here writing to you folks for one final time here at the 2015 West Coast Finals here at the Rinks in HB.  It was a different feeling this year taking off so early in the summer for a long period of time.  It is always a good deal of logistics for me making sure my two children are covered with getting to their summer sports and camps.  I am really looking forward to them being old enough to come along and help out at the events – if nothing else my son can be here

  • Interview by Nick Boyarsky    In the final days of NARCh West, we sat down with Anthony Falette who let us get in the mind of a NARCh official and gave us some great insight into the event here in Huntington Beach, CA through a referee's eyes. Name:Anthony Falette Where are you from?Encinitas, CA What brings you out here to NARCh West?Reffing NARCh hockey day 1 to day 11. How long have you been officiating inline hockey?5 Years,  where I've just done NARCh events. As well as Roller, yo

  • Jeremy Ellis talks roller hockey with the California native and current Pittsburgh Penguin winger.    

  • By Jeremy Ellis The final weekend is upon us here in Huntington for the 2015 West Coast Finals.  Teams have come and gone throughout the course of the event, but the ones still here have ratcheted up the action in the quest for hockey glory.  Our last full day keeps the staff extremely busy as we work through the remaining championship games.  In the meantime, some of the staff is quenching their thirst to play after watching over 500 games.  Our staff are competing in both the over 30 and o

  • Check out all of our shots from the 2015 West Coast Finals here!

  • By Jeremy Ellis Working into the final weekend here at the 2015 NARCh Finals here in Huntington Beach.  The old men divisions - over 30 and over 40 - lace them up for the first time today.  It is always fun to come see what some of the big names from years past have left in the tank. There are 5 teams in the over 40 division here this weekend.  After two games the the Cassidy's Selects and Team Labeda have sprinted out to an excellent start.  Cassidy's picked up 2 points against the Rockets

  • Midget Division- The Midget Platinum final was a domination in all aspects of the game by the Mission Bauer Outcasts, as they made short work of the Revision Vanquish. Not to take anything away from the Vanquish squad, because they are really solid, but the Outcasts team is so good from the net out, they are tough to beat. The Outcasts would get the scoring started in this game, with #91 Jonny Waring scoring the ice breaker. #42 Cy Jewel would get the assist, and he would show why he is playing

  • Interview by Nick Boyarsky Between Running the booth and playing multiple divisions at NARCh West we caught up with Verbero's head honcho CJ Gamble for a Quick 20 Questions.  Name:CJ Gamble Where are you from?I’m from Pittsburgh, PA originally. Now I live I'm in Modesto, CA. What brings you out here to NARCh West?I’m here with Verbero Hockey. We have our first booth as a NARCh sponsor set up. While I’m here, I’m playing for a couple teams as well; Men’s Gold with Verbero, and 30

  • By: Lonny LovinsWe have had quite a few finals games thus far, and it has been a long time coming, but I will try to recap the action, and keep those of you who were not lucky enough to be here, informed.  Cub Division - The cubs are one of my favorite divisions, because they are the only division that keeps up with the pros for fanbase.  Their fans are vocal, and a lot of fun to be around.  Some of them may get a little overzealous, but for the most part, it is all about the kids.  The

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