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04-03-2001, 08:53 PM
I live in Western NY so there are very few inline players here abd very few leagues. All of our leagues are pretty much seasonal leagues with about 12 games & playoffs. So you really don't get to know the players very well because the teams get jumbled every year and there is a new batch of kids each year. So, I wanted to know what you guys do. Do you just have tournament teams? Or do you have leagues with 20 or so games. It really sux the live in Rochester NY and play inline hockey.
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04-03-2001, 09:04 PM
Hey, we have the smae problem here in Ontario. The talented players are way too spread out, and if you play in a league, you'll never get a good enough team together to go to NARCh. Our sloution was to not go with a league, but put together a strictly tournament team, just to play in the NARCh series. It works out way better, yu can get the team together a lot sooner, and you have a much more competative team. My suggestion to you is to scout out all the good players that live within about an hour and a half radious of you, and start calling them, if you don;t get a team this year, you'll have one next year for sure!
Hope that helps you out a little bit!!!
04-04-2001, 04:49 PM
The Buffalo, NY area has a pretty good roller hockey community. The best league going in the area is held each summer at the Amherst Pepsi Center and is run by the Buffalo Wings Amateur Leagues from 8 and under to several adult divisions. This league also holds several high profile tourneys like Narch Regional qualifiers. You can check out all the league info at www.buffalowings.net/amateurs/
Also, another league which has just announced year-round play is at the Epic Center in Lancaster NY. You can check out their roller program at www.epic-center.com
If you need more infor or anything regarding roller hockey in Buffalo NY contact me via e-mail at: [email protected]
Hope this helps!!
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