i was curious if anyone knew some specifics about this league. i heard that if you play for a team that you yourself have to pay your own way, is this true? also i wondering about the credibility of this league. i looked over a few teams rosters who listed young players who played midget and high school, however some of these people were from what would be considered non-hockey hotbeds. i really don't see how this league could be considered very competitive. but like i said i know very little about it, so if you have any info let me know it would be appreciated.
P.S. this is my first post, and I saw the things what the webmaster Rich said, I would like to say that I would be more than happy to lend a hand if that meant paying to see this site. Good luck Rich, I really hope all works out for the best.
You can find out more information about MLRH at their site, <A HREF="http://www.mlrh.com" target="_new">http://www.mlrh.com</A>.
MLRH is currently a AAA league only, as opposed to pro, therefore it requires payment to participate.
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The Buffalo Wings hosted a MLRH-AAA tournament in Buffalo last AUgust and it was great fun. The hockey was pretty good; competitive for the most part. The MLRH-AAA Championship Game was held in Buffalo the same weekend.
I like the AAA league and think it has the potential to become the best amateur roller hockey league in North America.
The MLRH-AAA is a pay-to-play league, but it has something going for it that most leagues of this type don't have: promotions and public relations.