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Saturday trades still planned
We were hoping to make some trades right away, but they have been delayed a couple of days while the Commish gets healed up.


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SATURDAY LEAGUE NEWS

The Saturday League had 3 blowouts and 2 shootout games.

9am and the Rubber Ducks couldn't stay afloat, as the Spike drilled them good 15-2.

10am and it took 3 goals from Dave Krueger, the last one in a shootout, as the Flying Squirrels got past the Muck Dogs 8-7.

11am who let Woody sub? Five sub goals led the Diggers to the 9-3 win over the Pelicans.

12noon finally a game without Parkinson playing goal. The Snappers are no longer winless with a huge 11-2 win over the lowly Barons.

1pm was the game of the day between the Jammers and Green Jackets. A last second save by McHugh forced a shootout, where Cam B. scored the GWG in round 4.


Mike Parkinson

Played 3 games on Saturday in a row.
TUESDAY LEAGUE NEWS

Tuesday night had a championship game preview, and the final winless team got a win.

7pm kicked off with a decent game as ABG and Sully's Tap faced off. Ironically each team claimed they were screwed out of a clear goal, so it all worked out. ABG takes it 7-5.

8pm was the Title Game preview between the Fours and Black Rose. A PPG with 2:00 to play by Gratz got BR the 6-5 win.

9pm saw the Green Dragon get their first win. Only one sub was needed too. They picked up a 6-4 victory over Hong Kong.

10pm and each team had 4 subs. Luckily it didn't come down to the subs as Moose scored the tying goal, then the GWG in the SO for the 7-6 Harp win over Grand Canal.



Justin Guimond

He and the Green Dragon are winless no more.

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