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01-09-2001, 01:35 PM
ive never seen a game cause the closest team to me on LI is in NJ but howcome nobody talks about it or follows it its the closest thing there is to a nationwide pro league has anybody on the bb watched any games or have any opinions cause im curious why its not more popular than it is
01-09-2001, 09:27 PM
MLRH-AAA unfortunately is nothing. None of the bigger name stars play in this league. There are some former MLRH (Professional league) and RHI players playing.
A couple reasons why you don't hear much about it is because for one thing, they play in small arenas. Two, players don't get paid to play, in fact most actually have to pay to play.
MLRH-AAA will probably never be a big league. It is kind of like the elite leagues you see in Swizterland, Sweden, Finland, and Australia.
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by RichardGraham on 01/09/01 09:53 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
01-10-2001, 02:02 PM
but what im sayin is that theres already a structure if we pay attention it will get bigger and better and sponcers will jump in and things could get even bigger i personally would like to at least check out some games what else is there pbh they havent updated there site in god knows how long and you cant contact them or anything and from another site member i heard you even want to play for the voltage
01-11-2001, 08:48 AM
Unfortunately it is not that easy. First off the games are not that exciting. It is not like the old RHI and MLRH.
I would love to see it succeed but if it is going to, then it will take several years.
Ya I may play for the Voltage. I am not sure what I am going to do. I shattered my left fibula and dislocated my ankle (which tore ligaments) last July and I am just getting back into it. I would like to play since this is really the only elite league closest to where I live.
I would love to see MLRH succeed or any pro league. I have been playing roller hockey for over 11 years now. I even got together with some investors to see if I could even start my own pro league. It is a multi-million dollar business and with the market not stable for a pro league, it makes it even harder for it to succeed.
I guess I talk bad about MLRH because I was on the 1999 Washington Power team. We had started camp and then it was all over. It was a dream of mine to play pro roller hockey, and I had given up my regular job (fortunately I got it back) to play.
I would love to see it succeed though
<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by RichardGraham on 01/11/01 01:08 PM.</EM></FONT></P>
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