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 The Latest Trades, Signings, and More

hesston92: Larks draft checker

Today the Hesston Larks drafted Tuan Peek, a 17-year-old checker who played for Chicago in the Junior L5P4 league in the first round — ninth selection overall — in the junior draft.

“I can hardly wait to get into a Hesston jersey,” Tuan said. “I have work to do before getting on the ice, but I am joining a championship caliber organization.”

In 30 games Tuan scored 23 goals and notched 15 assists while averaging 21 minutes a game.

“What impressed me is his goals – 23 in 30 games from his position is impressive,” said Larks coach Sylvester Sideris. “He led Chicago forwards in points this season. He is one of the best all around forwards we could have drafted.”

The Larks have two more selections in the draft in the days ahead — one in the second round (21st overall) and one in the third (35th overall).

“We need to find a diamond in the rough defender. We’ve done our scouting, but so has everyone else,” Sideris said.

1 month ago | Hesston Larks


hesston92:
Larks head to finals

The Hesston Larks improbable run to the L5P4 finals cross the finish line today, as the Larks picked up a 1-0 win over the 89 Flames on the road to advance to the league final.

“I have been telling this team they are good enough for this since day one of the season,” said coach

Gordon Brulotte, the starting keeper for the Larks, was named the top star of the game.

“Honestly, I had not played well in the playoffs up to this point,” Brulottte said.

Brulotte stopped all 32 shots he faced today. Up to this point he had recorded a 94 percent save rate in the playoffs, allowing eight goals in four games.

“I want to be considered one of the best in the game today, and to do that, I have to be better than that,” Brulotte said. “I have to play like I played today.”

His play was good enough to make forward Pavel Chiro’s goal in the 13th minute of the second period stand up.

Chirco was fed by a pass from Kevin Winnerstrand for his sixth score of the playoffs. Winnerstrand had just been stopped by Sidney Clark when he found Chirco for the key score. Winnerstrand now has six assists — all to Chirco — in the playoffs.

“The pass set me up perfectly, Kevin has been playing very well,” Chirco said.

The Larks will take on the Nyak Rangers in the final. During the regular season the Larks went 3-5 against the Rangers this season.



1 month ago | Hesston Larks


IMS89: Former first round draft pick Mikhail Ortea recently announced a retirement from hockey at the age of 29 following nine seasons with the MennoNites.

Ortea was one of four free agents who did not receive an offer from the Nites following their most recent AHL season. After spending time in the free agent market, Ortea chose to retire when offers did not come.

“At the end of the day, I did not want to play anywhere else and the club was looking to go another direction. It is disappointing, but I will be forever thankful to the Nites for giving me the opportunity to play,” Ortea said.

Oreta was a first round selection by the Nites following the club’s 14th season. He was selected fifth overall.

A playmaker who spent one season as an unsigned draft pick and one on the farm team, Ortea payed in 495 games for the Mennonites, scoring 56 goals and dishing out 130 assists in eight seasons. He also played in 34 playoff games, scoring three goals and earning seven assists.

The Nites are currently awaiting league entry in a level three league.

1 month ago | Menno Nites


Beaviss: The Victory Hockey League (VHL) is an online, browser-based hockey simulation forum. After signing up on the forum, creating and customizing your player is simple - you have almost total control over the type of player you want to have, and you will go through the entire career process, complete with drafts, a minor league, waivers, free agency, trades, and more.

To progress and grow your player, you can do a variety of things each week to earn points, including writing short articles, doing graphics, recording podcasts, or even creating short videos. There's lots of options to accommodate every user regardless of how much time you choose to invest in your player.

The VHL has been running for over 11 real-life years and is entirely free to join and play in. We aren't selling anyone anything, we just hope to have you as part of our growing community.
Get your career started today at http://vhlforum.com!

1 month, 3 weeks ago | Duncan Royals


MattyR: For the 35th Season Anniversary presenting the Toronto Raid All-Star Team

1st Team
Brian Catapano - Igor Trigg - Ramiro Sodeman
Andy Sposito - Anthony Lingard
Matthew Beem

2nd Team
Merlin Lister - Wilbur Puetz - John Mikrut
Vincent Tangradi - Gilbert Czepiel
Mikhail Greenlun

2 months, 1 week ago | Toronto Raid


utilikelt: After 53 seasons, the bar is closed. The Beer League has ended.

In memorial, I have assembled a final list of the Beer League's greatest players of all time, one full team's worth.

FP Garrett Fretz FP Jonas Kapahu F2 Otto Paltanavage
FP Taylor Decant FF Aaron Sipho FF Monty Murnan
FP Radek Pearldemon FF Julius Diez FS Viktor Kocurek
F2 Ryan Bogin FS Hilario Delarge FP Justin Whalan
DS Maurice Heeney DS Serge Lightning
DS Todd Clammer DS Japser Kapahu
DS Lance Ambrose DS Denis Sangoireskunk
GB Mark Leggat
GS Andrei Wears

Key: FS - Sniper FP - Playmaker; FF - Power Forward; F2 - Two-Way Forward; FC - Checker/Enforcer; DS - Stay-At-Home Defenseman; DO - Offensive Defenseman; GS - Stand-Up; GH - Hybrid; GB - Butterfly


2 months, 2 weeks ago | Motley Crew


Dallaszeek: The Bowling Green Falcons made the playoffs last year with a record of 23-49 but got knocked out in the first round. Defensemen Bradley Williard had the most points on the team with 31 as well as the most assist at 19. The most goals scored was 15 by forward Robert Schurkamp. Our starting goalie Darrel Bitterman with 14 wins and 28 losses 2 shutouts a goal against average of 2.26 and a save % of 0.909. In the draft we got Alexander Corkum Forward checker 70 overall in the first. Chad Gigante forward sniper 75 overall in the second round. Our last pick in the third round was Kevin Thornhill 47 overall two way forward who is a bust. But otherwise we where2 for three on draft picks. In the off season we resigned last years starting goalie and Craig Kennel. We also signed a veteran forward and veteran defensemen both for one year. Head coach Tyron Mathies felt that the team did an amazing job last year but is looking to improve and do better this season .
3 months, 1 week ago | Bowling Green Falcons


Nyjets93: Today Gm Chad Kelly was offered a trade for free agent signed veteran Goaltender Valeri Acoba and it didn’t take long for him to pull the trigger on the deal the and Storm Send defensive Prospect Matthew mcginity and forward prospect Jared Durepo immediately after the jets signed Durepo to his first Pro contract despite being moved a few times early in his career he’s finally ready to kick it off and as for Mcginity the 19 year old is a great prospect who in a few seasons we expect to be on the starting roster
5 months, 1 week ago | New York Jets


Beaviss: The Victory Hockey League (VHL) is an online, browser-based hockey simulation forum. After signing up on the forum, creating and customizing your player is simple - you have almost total control over the type of player you want to have, and you will go through the entire career process, complete with drafts, a minor league, waivers, free agency, trades, and more.

To progress and grow your player, you can do a variety of things each week to earn points, including writing short articles, doing graphics, recording podcasts, or even creating short videos. There's lots of options to accommodate every user regardless of how much time you choose to invest in your player.

The VHL has been running for over 11 real-life years and is entirely free to join and play in. We aren't selling anyone anything, we just hope to have you as part of our growing community.
Get your career started today at http://vhlforum.com!

5 months, 1 week ago | Duncan Royals


Nyjets93: The New York Jets Goaltender Omar Hearns was caught by the press on the way out from practice here’s what he had to say “I’m super excited to be claimed by The New York Jets it’s been a dream of mine to be a starting goaltender in the pros and I have the opportunity here practice and exhibition games had felt great I can’t wait to get into game action with the guys tomorow”
5 months, 2 weeks ago | New York Jets


  • The Gerv's traded Defenseman Peter Tribble to The Valley Crushers for Forward Radek Emory.

  • The Gerv's released Forward Wayne Manner from team contact.

  • The Gerv's released Forward Mike Vandeberg from team contact.

  • The Gerv's released Forward Samuel Evanich from team contact.

  • The Coniston Comets claimed Forward Andrei Pettey off waivers.

  • The Coniston Comets claimed Defenseman Nathan Beccaria off waivers.

  • The Coniston Comets released Forward Ben Fouhy from team contact.

  • The Zombie Island traded Forward Adam Gaudette, Forward Ricky Kali, and Defenseman Jeff Gasco to The Valley Crushers for a 1st round draft pick and a 2nd round draft pick.

  • The Golden Nuggets traded Forward Justin Lorna and a 1st round draft pick to The Hammerheads for Forward Rick Poehlman.

  • The Sahara Heat signed Forward Chong Mckearney, an unrestricted free agent, to a 1-season contract worth $400,000 per season.

  • The Sahara Heat signed Forward Janne Hollingshed, an unrestricted free agent, to a 1-season contract worth $400,000 per season.

  • The Sahara Heat bought out Johan Perlstein paying 1,769,600 credits.

  • The Sahara Heat traded Forward Abe Dossie and Forward Evgeni Acierno to The Santa Rosa Sharks for Forward David Hernadez, Forward Serge Benkert, Forward Kevin Nibert, and a 2nd round draft pick.

  • The Sydney Ice Dogs signed Forward David Joye, an unrestricted free agent, to a 1-season contract worth $400,000 per season.

  • Defenseman Patrick Wiercioch retired at the age of 34.

  • Goalie Daniel Renollet retired at the age of 37.

  • Goalie Marian Berrian of The Utica Comets retired at the age of 30.

  • The Oakland Athletics signed Defenseman Jarrett Broner, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $400,000 per season.

  • The BC Threshers signed Forward Daniel Teachman, a restricted free agent. The contract is a 8-season deal worth $400,000 per season. As a result, The BC Threshers lost a 3rd round draft pick to The Summit Freeze.

  • The Hammerheads signed Forward Andrei Myklebust, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $3,000,000 per season.

  • The Hammerheads signed Forward Radek Breton, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $3,000,000 per season.

  • The Tavistock Braves signed Defenseman Noble Ovalles, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 2-season deal worth $3,500,000 per season.

  • The Bob Sagets signed Forward Alexander Vorwerk, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $6,850,000 per season.

  • The Blades of Glory signed Defenseman Ales Swire, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $7,200,000 per season.

  • The Santa Rosa Sharks signed Forward David Hernadez, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $7,920,000 per season.

  • The Dire Straits signed Forward Peter Vankoten, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $7,920,000 per season.

  • The Speed Demons signed Forward Shayne Pentek, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 6-season deal worth $8,000,000 per season.

  • The Long Dark signed Defenseman Brent Fleisner, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 1-season deal worth $11,400,000 per season.

  • The Barracudas signed Forward Ladislav Kangas, an unrestricted free agent. The contract is a 8-season deal worth $9,200,000 per season.

  • The Hungary Hungry-Hippos signed Forward Bernie Kinyon, a draft pick of theirs, to a 8-season contract worth $400,000 per season.

  • The Hungary Hungry-Hippos signed Forward Zack Constant, a draft pick of theirs, to a 8-season contract worth $1,500,000 per season.

  • The Hamilton Coke Ceasars traded Forward Daniel Wimes to The Oakland Athletics for Forward Jean Robichaud.

  • The Bob Sagets released Goalie Derek Decambra from team contact.

  • The Bob Sagets signed Goalie Andy Hults, a draft pick of theirs, to a 8-season contract worth $3,000,000 per season.

  • The Tavistock Braves bought out Gilbert Shingleton paying 9,124,000 credits.

  • The Green Onions released Goalie Chris Labelle to unrestricted free agency.

  • The Bathurst Bruins traded Goalie Andy Hults to The Bob Sagets for Forward Wally Hueser.

  • The Garson Butterflies traded Forward Gregory Melich to The Kingston Blod Corgys for Forward Truman Bybee.

  • The Seattle Thunder Birds traded Defenseman Numbers Minjarez to The Teranna Maypoll Leefs for a 3rd round draft pick.

  • The Oakland Athletics traded Defenseman Sergei Brumet to The Golden Nuggets for Forward Scott Swearengen.

  • Forward Mario Vertz of The triple retired at the age of 28.

  • Forward Titus Frey of The triple retired at the age of 28.

  • Defenseman Scott Cambron retired at the age of 35 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

  • Forward Florencio Chirino retired at the age of 32 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

  • Defenseman Gilbert Goldfish of The Motley Crew retired at the age of 30.

  • Forward Matt Bratt of The Motley Crew retired at the age of 32.

  • Forward Evgeni Mcelhone retired at the age of 28.

  • Forward Hector Satsky retired at the age of 35.

  • Defenseman Bertrand Grospellier retired at the age of 30.

  • Forward Quinton Schleuder of The Ice Vultures retired at the age of 36.

  • Defenseman Garth Siska retired at the age of 32.

  • Defenseman Henrik Hanselman retired at the age of 33.

  • Defenseman Dustin Morrissette retired at the age of 33.

  • Defenseman Marco Woolums retired at the age of 34.

  • Forward Mariano Donohoe retired at the age of 28.

  • Defenseman Marco Lemmen retired at the age of 33 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

  • Defenseman Mark Arcement of The Fellowship retired at the age of 34.

  • Goalie Colby Klassen retired at the age of 39 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

  • Forward Tyrell Demeglio retired at the age of 35.

  • Forward Aron Kifer retired at the age of 28.

  • Defenseman Kristopher Bhola of The Puckers retired at the age of 35.

  • Forward Brett Eckenrode of The MV Prowlers retired at the age of 34.

  • Forward Darryl Krag of The Ice Vultures retired at the age of 29.

  • Defenseman Maxim Surles retired at the age of 28.

  • Defenseman Jarrod Mutz of The C.H. storm retired at the age of 36.

  • Forward Earnest Sporer of The Fellowship retired at the age of 31.

  • Defenseman Emerson Noss retired at the age of 36 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

  • Defenseman Bradley Munding retired at the age of 37 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

  • Defenseman Ahmad Lagrand retired at the age of 32.

  • Defenseman Vincent Soileau of The triple retired at the age of 37 and has been inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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    METROHO... What is it?

    METROHO is a browser-based multiplayer hockey game that combines an interactive hockey simulator with an engaging web community. In METROHO, you own, manage, and coach your own team. The advantage METROHO offers is enough statistics and features to make the game all that it should be, without any overwhelming complications. [Screenshots]

    Key Features Include:
  • Ability to play games manually.
  • Tournaments.
  • Action-packed seasons.
  • Playoffs.
  • Arenas/Awards/Endorsements.

    You start off by creating your own team which will consist of 15 forwards, 8 defensemen, and 3 goalies, each with their own age and skill level. Next, you sign these players and other free agents to your team while staying under the $65 Million salary cap. Once you're ready, join a league.

    Public Leagues consist of 10 teams in a season that lasts 20 days. Your team will play each of the league's other teams 8 times for a season total of 72 games. Half the games will be played at home, while the rest will be played on the road. The advantage of home games is that you can manually start the game any time during its scheduled day. This is a key feature of METROHO, as during a home game simulation, you can select the lines you want for each round.

    If you can't find a league you like, you can create your own league of 10 or 15 teams. Leagues can even be made private so that only your friends can join!

    The top 8 teams in a league's standings, after the season is over, advance to the playoffs, following a one day hiatus. Playoffs involve three series with each series being a best of 3, 5, or 7 (depending on your league's settings) to determine the league's champion. Playoffs last nine days. This means that once your team joins a league, the league's season and playoffs will last a grand total of 30 days.

    Competition is fierce as there are both team and player awards to be won, not to mention the bragging rights that go with a large fan base. All teams start off in Level One and strive for promotion into higher level leagues which feature progressively bigger trophies.

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