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TABLE OF CONTENTS

KHL-1 Overview
KHL-1 Rosters
Transfer Transit®


Kebec Hockey Ligue 1
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KHL-1 Season 4 CHAMPIONS: TBD // RUNNER-UP: TBD
Regular Season: Part 1/4 -- Part 2/4 -- Part 3/4 -- Part 4/4
Playoffs: Part 1/2 -- Part 2/2
Finals: Part 1/1

KHL-1 Season 3 CHAMPIONS: Big Bay Hawks // RUNNER-UP: Cortana SC
Regular Season: Part 1/4 -- Part 2/4 -- Part 3/4 -- Part 4/4
Playoffs: Part 1/2 -- Part 2/2
Finals: Part 1/1

KHL-1 Season 2 CHAMPIONS: Big Bay Hawks // RUNNER-UP: Ederfield Grizzlies
Regular Season: Part 1/4 -- Part 2/4 -- Part 3/4 -- Part 4/4
Playoffs: Part 1/2 -- Part 2/2
Finals: Part 1/1

KHL-1 Season 1 CHAMPIONS: Albert-Cross Angels // RUNNER-UP: Big Bay Hawks
Entire Season


Hockey Ligue 2
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HL2 Season 2
Regular Season - Part 1/2 -- Part 2/2

HL2 Season 1
Regular Season - Part 1/2 -- Part 2/2


External links archive
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National team history book
National U21 history book

National team rosters
World Cup of Hockey: WcoH 33
Atlantia Oceania Hockey Championships: AOHC 6,

World Junior Hockey Championships: WJHC 12, WJHC 13

News articles & interviews
Kebec Maintains its Dominance, WJHC 12, Ice Cube Weekly
Kebec Unable to Turn Tide, WJHC 12, Ice Cube Weekly
Last Day Miracle, WJHC 12, Ice Cube Weekly
Clearing the Zone, WJHC 12, Ice Cube Weekly
The Formidable Foe, WJHC 12, Ice Cube Weekly
The End of the Beginning, WJHC 12, Ice Cube Weekly


Other Info
  • HCL entrants are based on the mid-season top four teams rather than the season-ending results
  • Contracts are as stipulated: Rookie (1-3 yr.) - N$350.000-N$1.2m; Sophomore (4-6 yr.) - N$1.5m-N$3m; Veteran (7 or more yr.) - N$5m-N$10m
  • Maximum contracts for a coach are $5m/season
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KHL-1


Current Season: 2
Teams: 16
Playoffs: Top 8 qualify for quarterfinals, best-of-3 series
International qualifying: Top four teams qualify for Hockey Champions League by half-point of season
Transfer deadline Matchday 48

Season 1 Champions: Albert-Cross Angels
Season 1 HCL Qualifiers: N/A
Season 2 Champions: Big Bay Hawks
Season 2 HCL Qualifiers: St. Teresa Guardians, Keldax Tridents, Sacula Flats Thunder, Ederfield Grizzlies
Season 3 Champions: Big Bay Hawks
Season 3 HCL Qualifiers: Albertain Mutants, Cortana SC, Calix City Makos, Sario Wizards,

All-time Championships by team
2: Big Bay Hawks (Season: 2,3)
1: Albert-Cross Angels (Season: 1),

Hall of Fame
[ TBD ]

Coaches by nationality:
KBC - 15 coaches
EJM - 1 coach
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New acquistions in italics
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KHL-1
Albertain Mutants
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Head coach: Adam Brugière [ KBC / 57 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Gwenaël Corne
Arena: Odin Insurance Arena [ 11.000 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

02. Gwenaël Corne (C) C 29
05. Rémy Charbonnier LW 35
08. Image Fritz Andalino RW 20


01. Abélard Brian C 24
03. Cyril Matthieu LW 31
11. Godefroy Féret RW 34


13. Image Sarafino Woetz C 24
17. Willow Pierce LW 24
19. Trevor Jacke RW 22

DEFENSEMEN

21. Phil Fresnel D 28
23. Reading Tony D 24


24. Joël Lefrançois D 24
26. Gautier Gide D 28


27. Nicolas Abadie D 28
29. Bruno Lemaigre D 30

GOALIES

20. Stéphane Auger G 33
33. Constantin Lussier G 26
66. Grégoire Jacquemin G 23
78. Image Marcos Benson G 24


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Albert-Cross Angels
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Head coach: Martial Philippon [ KBC / 65 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 1 (Season 1)
Captain: Abélard Duclos
Arena: Asgardia Dome [ 14.000 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

03. Gustave Bruguière C 29
07. Zacharie Schaeffer LW 35
09. Sébastien Roatta RW 32


11. Thibaud Gérin C 23
17. Adrien Chastain LW 37
19. Thierry Cerfbeer RW 23


00. Lou Beaumanoir C 26
04. Abélard Duclos (C) LW 33
16. Jean-Noël Garreau RW 29

DEFENSEMEN

24. Jean-Charles Nicollier D 29
28. Fernand Bruguière D 33


53. Arnaud Alard D 25
55. Christian Pueyrredón D 30


67. André Azaïs D 33
69. Maxime Bescond D 34

GOALIES

34. Valentin Lacan G 30
37. Hector Vigouroux G 28
84. Jérôme Fournier G 32


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: -2.20


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KHL-1
Big Bay Hawks
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Head coach: Ray Marriott [ KBC / 52 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 2 (Season 2,3)
Captain: Grigori Kirov
Arena: Reliance Life Insurance Arena [ 17.000 ] NEW

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

01. Louis Thibodeau C 30
11. Georges Poullain LW 31
13. Hugues Alméras RW 37


05. Wilfrid Bouthillier C 33
06. Gabriel Gueguen LW 32
12. Jérémy Crozier RW 30


00. Quentin Bougie C 24
09. Amaury Chabert LW 27
10. Thibault Mazet RW 30

DEFENSEMEN

21. Gwenaël Veil D 26
27. Jean-Baptiste Pomeroy D 29


23. Lucas Barbier D 23
29. Élie Barnier D 33


25. Xavier Fitzpatrick D 23
26. Aurélien Messier D 38

GOALIES

31. Image Grigori Kirov (C) G 38
35. André Anouilh G 33
39. Quentin Bonnel G 26


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Calix City Makos
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Head coach: Roger Jégou [ KBC / 52 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Mathieu Gribelin
Arena: Crownberry Gardens [ 15.500 ] NEW

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

00. Mathieu Gribelin (C) C 24
09. Phil Brian LW 28
11. Jean Delaunay RW 35


12. Hervé Corne C 33
16. Remy Bazalgette LW 29
19. Maxence Berger RW 27


03. Jean-Marie Clérisseau C 34
07. Aubin Appell LW 28
10. Image Stephen Del Rio RW 23

DEFENSEMEN

20. Abélard Bettencourt D 26
29. Éloi Dubost D 32


22. Christopher Devereaux D 33
26. Auguste Regnard D 35


25. Jordan Leloup D 36
27. Ludovic Schaeffer D 40

GOALIES

31. Paulin Rochefort G 30
39. Victor Caillat G 26


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Cortana SC
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Head coach: Dylan Maurice [ KBC / 62 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Claude Poulin
Arena: Reeden Pavilion [ 10.340 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

07. Théophile Lemaigre C 28
10. Aaron Boissonade LW 22
13. Nathan Bousquet RW 35


06. Pierre Rodier C 30
14. Claude Poulin (C) LW 24
18. Matthieu Gaubert RW 25


03. Fadre Jalven C 23
10. Aubin Appell LW 25
19. Gérôme Clair RW 36

DEFENSEMEN

20. Josué Beauregard D 25
23. Mickaël Courbis D 27


27. Antoine Chopin D 25
29. Max Rapace D 30


21. Noé Dubuisson D 28
25. Nathan Jacquard D 29

GOALIES

39. Médard Bossuet G 30
47. Gauthier Bachelot G 23


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Clube de Calix S.C.
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Head coach: Quaker Spruce[ KBC / 58 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Mineto
Arena: Riverside Drive Arena [ 6.300 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

03. Martin Paulido C 30
06. Mineto (C) LW 24
12. Jean-Deng Rosseacu RW 34


06. Widlermienr Famton C 27
13. Martin Demerchat LW 30
18. Matthew Gibbert RW 27


00. Leopold Winfasma C 33
11. Jeanec Maarinfold LW 25
19. Image Michel Fernandes RW 30

DEFENSEMEN

20. Josef Articu D 30
23. Michael Gornito D 30


27. Palstilton Rumpelsti D 32
29. Ratotoui De Franc D 30


21. Max De Calinadro D 26
25. Nathaniel Jasquerdo D 34

GOALIES

39. Alexander Camelot G 26
44. Colin Kaepernicski G 30


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Ederfield Grizzlies
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Head coach: Adrien Rousselot [ KBC / 69 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Gaspard Frère
Arena: The Gardens at Parafai Park [ 4.000 ] NEW

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

11. Mathéo Longchambon C 25
17. Jean-Jacques Chagnon LW 37
19. André Dieudonné RW 26


00. Jean-Louis Mignard C 26
12. Davy Boudreaux LW 36
18. Xavier Williams RW 22


03. Image Gareth Stubbs C 23
06. Ethan Green LW 23
10. Izzie Parvenot RW 22

DEFENSEMEN

23. Dominique Rémy D 26
29. Davy Auvray D 24


24. Gaël Vallée D 32
31. Gilles Blanchard D 28


35. Frank Cerfbeer D 24
42. Jacques Rodgers D 24

GOALIES

31. Gaspard Frère (C) G 34
35. Sylvain Bassot G 26
39. Laurent Delisle G 29


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Inglewood Strange
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Head coach: Quentin Vaugrenard [ KBC / 66 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Grégory Houdin
Arena: Inglewood Arena [ 10.000 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

03. Alphonse Magnier C 24
18. Grégory Houdin (C) LW 30
19. Gaby Poulin RW 25


11. Gunter Allen C 27
13. LaGarrette Benfro LW 26
16. Desire Patricks RW 25


03. David De Le Croix C 25
15. Pepto Bismol LW 24
16. Constantin Rapace RW 24

DEFENSEMEN

21. Roch Lefeuvre D 22
24. Gaylord Breguet D 26


22. Thibaud Tourneur D 25
27. Paul Emmanuelli D 28


25. Vincent Mignard D 29
28. Benjamin Joguet D 32

GOALIES

53. Gérôme Auguste G 34
56. Nathan Lefrançois G 27


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Keldax Tridents
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Head coach: Bertrand Boulet [ KBC / 75 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Estienne Bescond
Arena: University of Keldax Ice Palace [ 3.500 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

11. Élie Boutet C 30
14. Estienne Bescond (C) LW 25
17. Aurélien Loupe RW 34


03. Théophile De Villepin C 33
16. Amaury Barrande LW 26
12. Basile Barbeau RW 25


14. Roland Dupont C 27
09. Oliver Wilbur LW 22
19. Martin Paquin RW 23

DEFENSEMEN

21. Dany Jauffret D 27
26. Maxence Gallois D 30


27. Norbert Popelin D 32
54. Fabien Grandis D 30


39. Ethan Warton D 22
37. Ponce Thomas D 24

GOALIES

33. Kevin Lacan G 28
73. William Croix G 23


Scorinating Info
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KHL-1
Larvana Reds
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Head coach: Rico Allen [ KBC / 55 y.o. ] NEW
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Michael Leloup
Arena: Larvana Centre [ 11.000 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

03. Hubert Blanchet C 28
07. Alceste Carré LW 25
29. Stanislas Beauregard RW 32


12. Léo Bonnot C 23
18. Mathéo Chapuis LW 28
16. Divine E'lestrage RW 23


09. Romuald Joubert C 32
14. Bastien Roatta LW 24
11. Peter Dooliet RW 22

DEFENSEMEN

21. Damien Hémery D 28
26. Mathieu Leloup (C) D 29


27. Cyrille Chéreau D 33
37. Jean-François Batteux D 25


39. Germain Boudreaux D 35
54. Léopold Niel D 28

GOALIES

33. Pierre Lavonne G 22
67. Lou Chastain G 31


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +3.35


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KHL-1
New Asgard Mighty Hammers
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Head coach: Ray McNabb [ KBC / 47 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Natanaël Fouché
Arena: Temple of Asgard [ 9.000 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

07. Sacha Baugé C 27
14. Mathieu Beaubois LW 26
15. Patrice Brian RW 24


03. Lucas Tomas C 29
08. William Hauet LW 24
19. Image Augusto Velho RW 23


00. Timothée Bain C 24
07. Timothé De Verley LW 28
13. Willow Pierce RW 24

DEFENSEMEN

20. Ghislain Lavaud D 28
27. Zacharie Raoult D 29


24. Jérémy Matthieu D 33
31. Max Hérisson D 25


21. Rico Mickus D 22
28. Tobie Escoffier D 23

GOALIES

20. Natanaël Fouché (C) G 27
33. Abelin Lémery G 30


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +1.25


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KHL-1
Pemberton Geckos
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Head coach: Payton Crowe [ KBC / 45 y.o. ] NEW
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Aubin Peletier
Arena: Pemberton Place [ 7.830 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

00. Aubin Peletier (C) C 27
07. Jules Picard LW 26
19. Image Jarret Guidry RW 20


06. Cyril Durand C 24
15. Auguste Plouffe LW 24
18. Raven Dalton RW 23


06. Cyril Durand C 24
08. Didier Barthélemy LW 28
19. Peter Lazarus RW 23

DEFENSEMEN

24. Mathis Beauregard D 26
25. Gaspard Lozé D 28


28. Christian Corne D 23
26. Xander Qualforth D 23


21. Jean-Loup Poussin D 32
28. Roland Wells D 25

GOALIES

66. Jonathan Boucher G 24


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +2


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KHL-1
Sario Wizards
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Head coach: Théo Sadoul [ KBC / 64 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Jean-Paul Hennequin
Arena: New Cheerywood [ 18.200 ] NEW

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

03. Matthias Duclos C 30
09. Jean-Loup Asselineau LW 28
13. Jean-Paul Hennequin (C) RW 33


05. Boniface Grandjean C 25
06. William Ouvrard LW 26
10. Philippe Blanchet RW 29


07. Amadou Hector C 22
05. Frank Charrier LW 25
11. Nathan Mazet RW 33

DEFENSEMEN

21. Marius Barreau D 26
24. Émile Gavreau D 25


25. Image Juan Pomar D 23
29. Dimitri Vallotton D 23


23. Côme Chéreau D 24
27. Renaud Gérin D 25

GOALIES

46. Philibert Gueguen G 26
76. Armel Barbier G 32


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +4.45


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IHNL
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
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Head coach: Easton Rambles [ KBC / 57 y.o. ] NEW
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Mathias Jacquemin
Arena: SunGod Stadium [ 12.300 ] NEW

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

00. Désiré Azaïs C 33
03. Jean-Yves Dieulafoy LW 28
19. Mathias Jacquemin (C) RW 29


09. Édouard Compere C 30
15. Gilbert Courbet LW 26
13. Mathias Jacquemin RW 29


05. Égide Sardou C 22
11. Jean-Pierre Barnier LW 25
14. Stéphane De Saint-Pierre RW 22

DEFENSEMEN

21. Ray Isonism D 23
29. Alfred Suchet D 24


24. Jocelyn Cerfbeer D 26
27. Ladislas Chausson D 23


25. Emmanuel Leblanc D 24
26. Philippe Vigouroux D 25

GOALIES

42. Lambert Clérisseau G 28
53. Gabriel Badeaux G 32


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +2.25


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KHL-1
St. Teresa Guardians
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Head coach: Edgar Deloffre [ KBC / 62 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Noé Genest
Arena: Our Saviour Christ the Redeemer Field @ National Christian Chapel Centre [ 8.500 ] NEW

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

00. Noé Genest (C) C 33
03. Laurent Leclère LW 29
13. Thibaud Rossignol RW 33


09. Jérémie Descombes C 30
15. Dominic Freund C 23
19. Mathias Jacquemin RW 29


05. Valentin Joubert C 25
11. Eugène Boutet LW 25
14. Clovis Silvestre RW 33

DEFENSEMEN

24. Ladislas Desjardins D 26
29. Achille Fétique D 25


21. Peter Mallork D 31
27. Godefroy Mazet D 23


25. Igor Philippon D 24
26. Quentin Gérard D 25

GOALIES

42. Maximilien Gaume G 28
53. Loïc Cahun G 32


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +1.05


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KHL-1
Voltmorgrad S.C.
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Head coach: Paxton Viltic [ KBC / 48 y.o. ]
Odin Cups: 0
Captain: Nikolas Palmietto
Arena: Dalvograd Energy Arena [8.050 ]

FORWARDS			Pos	Age

01. Miniger Le Gordon C 28
05. Elenston Margenor LW 34
09. Wilheim Wilburheim RW 32


11. Abélard Atsoner C 24
15. Adrian Attersons LW 30
19. Will Steinhaberm RW 33


05. Purdy Nigliver C 27
08. Donald McTorty LW 23
12. Ethan Mcainston RW 25

DEFENSEMEN

21. Phildon Jean-Charles D 30
23. Jermanus Daunte D 32


24. J'Le Franacia D 30
26. Asia Francia D 28


27. Nikolas Palmietto (C) D 32
29. Morganstown Freebur D 26

GOALIES

34. Image Kristinn Hartarson G 23
82. Partinvel McFarlands G 30
78. Azarel Parvins G 24


Scorinating Info
Style Mod: +1.96
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Ice Cube Weekly - Kebec
Back To The Ice

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| IHNL is back |


The IHNL, Kebec's top ice hockey league is once-again preparing to hit the ice for its second season, this time, there are many stars who will be on display throughout the season, the defending champions in the Albert-Cross Angels will open the season against last year's cellar-dwellers in the St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors.

This offseason has been rather quiet for the IHNL, unfortunately, the IHNL lost out on two major Kebecois stars as CASK Thosbork of the Savojarn top league, SHS was quick to grab Kebecois star, Fabien De Saint-Pierre from the national team after the twelfth edition of the World Junior Hockey Championships. The other lesser-known loss is Zachary Leloup who was drafted in the OJL by the Ontorisan team the Arugo Olympians 202nd overall in the seventh round of the OJL draft. However, the IHNL teams did make some splashes of their own, the Calix City Makos, the most well-known team in the league handed national team center Mathieu Gribelin N$12-million for a three-season contract alongside a franchise-tag which added an extra N$3-million and guaranteed N$7.5-million to him. The defending champions in the Albert-Cross Angels resigned their captain, Abélard Duclos to a two-season contract of an unknown price, at thirty-two years of age, his skills will certainly begin a rapid decline, however, this did not seem to bother the Angels who maintained their wish to sign him.

The second test for the IHNL is now the two star newcomers in the league, as stipulated in league rules, there is not a sanctioned draft for the league but rather an open-session each team can set up with its desired players. Ethan Green, the projected third-line left-wing for the Ederfield Grizzlies was given a hefty two-season N$3.5-million contract, a high one for a rookie, however, in his time as Cortana City University, he lead the nation in goal-scoring and was third in assists, there is much hope for the Grizzlies who was one of the lowest goal-producing teams last year. The IHNL is trying to bring stars from the multiverse to come play in Kebec's top league, as seen with rumors growing that the IHNL plans to enter talks with Mercedinian top-league, MSL -- Mercedini Super League. Included, the struggling St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors have said they have interest in meeting with Zoloroni Sports City Youth Academy's left-wing, Oliver Penson.

So, are you excited for a new season of hockey for Kebec? Will we see the Albertain-Cross Angels defend their titles -- some are betting on the Angels walloping the entire league, who knows? What about Calix City? The Makos are surely built to win, but, their ownership only cares for the money, money will win players, but it won't win championships. We at the Ice Cube Weekly have collectively hedged our bets with Cortana SC, they could very well surprise us all, they have a fair amount of talent and they have a sturdy leadership.

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SEASON II
Regular Season - Part 1/4


Standings
Standings Presented by Bay Athletics

IHNL Season 2 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Keldax Tridents 16 12 3 1 34 9 +25 39
2 St. Teresa Guardians 16 9 5 2 30 14 +16 32
3 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 16 8 5 3 12 7 +5 29
4 Sacula Flats Thunder 16 7 6 3 19 15 +4 27
5 Ederfield Grizzlies 16 6 7 3 9 5 +4 25
6 Albertain Mutants 16 7 4 5 16 22 −6 25
7 Calix City Makos 16 6 4 6 25 21 +4 22
8 Cortana SC 16 6 3 7 27 30 −3 21
9 Sario Wizards 16 3 9 4 19 20 −1 18
10 Pemberton Geckos 16 5 3 8 8 12 −4 18
11 New Asgard Mighty Hammers 16 4 5 7 23 24 −1 17
12 Eckerbride Roar 16 5 2 9 5 10 −5 17
13 Albert-Cross Angels 16 3 7 6 13 15 −2 16
14 Sario Storm Chasers 16 4 3 9 12 27 −15 15
15 Larvana Reds 16 4 2 10 9 19 −10 14
16 Big Bay Hawks 16 2 6 8 13 24 −11 12


Games
*Home team listed first
Scores Presented by Odin Insurance


Game 1
Albert-Cross Angels 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Albertain Mutants 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Big Bay Hawks 0–0 Sario Wizards
Calix City Makos 3–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Cortana SC 4–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Eckerbride Roar 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Keldax Tridents 1–0 Larvana Reds
Game 2
St. Teresa Guardians 2–0 Larvana Reds
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–2 Keldax Tridents
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sacula Flats Thunder 2–0 Eckerbride Roar
Sario Storm Chasers 5–2 Cortana SC
Sario Wizards 0–3 Calix City Makos
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–0 Big Bay Hawks
Albert-Cross Angels 1–2 Albertain Mutants
Game 3
Albertain Mutants 1–2 St. Teresa Guardians
Big Bay Hawks 1–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Calix City Makos 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Cortana SC 1–1 Sario Wizards
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Keldax Tridents 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Larvana Reds 0–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Game 4
St. Teresa Guardians 4–2 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Pemberton Geckos 2–0 Larvana Reds
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–1 Keldax Tridents
Sario Storm Chasers 0–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sario Wizards 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 3–1 Cortana SC
Albert-Cross Angels 2–1 Calix City Makos
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Big Bay Hawks


Game 5
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Calix City Makos 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Cortana SC
3–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Ederfield Grizzlies
1–0 Sario Wizards
Keldax Tridents 2–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Larvana Reds 0–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Game 6
St. Teresa Guardians 3–0 Pemberton Geckos
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Larvana Reds
Sario Wizards 3–3 Keldax Tridents
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Albertain Mutants 0–2 Cortana SC
Big Bay Hawks 2–4 Calix City Makos
Game 7
Calix City Makos 3–3 St. Teresa Guardians
Cortana SC 4–3 Big Bay Hawks
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Keldax Tridents 2–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Larvana Reds 3–1 Sario Wizards
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Game 8
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Sario Wizards 1–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–0 Larvana Reds
Albert-Cross Angels 1–2 Keldax Tridents
Albertain Mutants 0–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Calix City Makos
3–1 Cortana SC


Game 9
Cortana SC 0–4 St. Teresa Guardians
Eckerbride Roar 0–0 Calix City Makos
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Big Bay Hawks
Keldax Tridents 6–0 Albertain Mutants
Larvana Reds 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Pemberton Geckos 0–2 Sario Wizards
Sacula Flats Thunder
4–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Game 10
St. Teresa Guardians 4–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Sario Wizards 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Albert-Cross Angels 1–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Albertain Mutants 4–2 Larvana Reds
Big Bay Hawks 0–4 Keldax Tridents
Calix City Makos 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Cortana SC 0–0 Eckerbride Roar
Game 11
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Ederfield Grizzlies
1–0 Cortana SC
Keldax Tridents 3–0 Calix City Makos
Larvana Reds 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
New Asgard Mighty Hammers
7–1 Albertain Mutants
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Sario Storm Chasers 2–2 Sario Wizards
Game 12
St. Teresa Guardians 2–2 Sario Wizards
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Albert-Cross Angels
3–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Albertain Mutants 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Big Bay Hawks 3–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Calix City Makos 0–2 Larvana Reds
Cortana SC 1–3 Keldax Tridents
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies


Game 13
Ederfield Grizzlies 3–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Keldax Tridents 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Larvana Reds 0–3 Cortana SC
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 2–3 Calix City Makos
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 Big Bay Hawks
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–0 Albertain Mutants
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Sario Wizards 1–2 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Game 14
St. Teresa Guardians 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Albert-Cross Angels 1–1 Sario Wizards
Albertain Mutants 3–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Big Bay Hawks 1–2 Sacula Flats Thunder
Calix City Makos 1–3 Pemberton Geckos
Cortana SC 5–4 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Eckerbride Roar 1–0 Larvana Reds
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Keldax Tridents
Game 15
Keldax Tridents 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Larvana Reds 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 Cortana SC
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–1 Calix City Makos
Sario Storm Chasers 1–1 Big Bay Hawks
Sario Wizards 0–0 Albertain Mutants
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Game 16
St. Teresa Guardians 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Sario Wizards
3–0 Big Bay Hawks
Sario Storm Chasers 0–3 Calix City Makos
Sacula Flats Thunder
1–0 Cortana SC
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
New Asgard Mighty Hammers
1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Larvana Reds 0–2 Keldax Tridents


Stats
Scorers
    1.) Estienne Bescond [ Keldax Tridents ] - 18 G / 12 A
    2.) Laurent Leclère [ St. Teresa Guardians ] - 16 G / 15 A
    3.) Mathieu Gribelin [ Calix City Makos ] - 11 G / 8 A
    4.) Mickaël Courbis [ Cortana SC ] - 9 G / 7 A
    5.) Ethan Green [ Ederfield Grizzlies ] - 6 G / 2 A
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Postby Kep » Wed Apr 05, 2017 4:36 pm

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IHNL

ROUGH START FOR BIG BAY

- By François Spanghero

BIG BAY Big Bay is a team that has prided itself in having a stanch and well-kept defense as shown last season when it gave up the second-least amount of goals throughout the season, however, many are now questioning the very defense of the team as Big Bay sits in last place with only two wins on the season, a terrible way to start such a promising season. Big Bay has struggled beyond measure this year, no doubt, but three straight losses capped with a 3-0 nothing loss to Sario Wizards who only have one more win than the Hawks is a major cause for concern. Entering this year, the Big Bay Hawks were picked to finish third in the league and lock in a playoff spot, however, if they continue their current downward trend, it is expected they'd finish with a record of 8-23-32, that's a major cause for concern among citizens in Big Bay. The major nail in the coffin of all this is the fact Big Bay went to last year's Odin Cup finals in which they lost the best-of-3 series to the Albert-Cross Angels, their current playing is almost guaranteeing they won't return to the Odin Cup finals, much less the playoffs this season.

Big Bay was never a scoring power, last season, in sixty-four games, they only chugged out ninety-four goals scored throughout the entire season, however, Louis Thibodeau contributed twenty-seven goals to that tally and was third overall in goals scored. Thibodeau has failed to contribute much to the the team so far, only have scored three goals and adding two assists to the tally, included, he was out games seven thru thirteen with a jaw injury which has limited his mobility. A defensive meltdown isn't helping as the team is unable to hold the net in the final minutes leading to eight losses, exactly half of their games played are decisive losses.

Coach Quentin Vaugrenard, in his second year as head coach has voiced his frustrations, particularly at André Anouilh, the second-line goal-keeper who is also filling Abelin Carré's shift until Carré returns form a thirty-game injury which he sustained in game four. As seen, the team is struggling without the steady hand of Carré to protect the net, said coach Vaugrenard, "Anouilh is getting paid a sizeable amount of money for a job he is failing to do, he is an embarrassment to this team and represents what is going wrong with this team. He is most certainly a constant distraction to the team and something must be done."

Bay Side Square alongside has seen record low attendance over the past three games, the lowest being the latest game which only had 470 people in the stands, making the 7.500-seater feel like a coliseum. Whether Vaugrenard can fix what's broken is yet to be known, if not, he will most certainly be out the door. There are rumors circulating that the general-manager of the Big Bay Hawks was seen meeting with Calle Johanson, ex-coach of CASK Thorsborg, a team in the Savojarn top league, the Savojar Hockej Serien.
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SEASON II
Regular Season - Part 2/4


Standings
Standings Presented by Bay Athletics

IHNL Season 2 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 St. Teresa Guardians 32 18 9 5 49 22 +27 63
2 Keldax Tridents 32 18 7 7 52 23 +29 61
3 Sacula Flats Thunder 32 15 9 8 52 36 +16 54
4 Ederfield Grizzlies 32 15 8 9 25 18 +7 53
5 New Asgard Mighty Hammers 32 13 8 11 50 37 +13 47
6 Albertain Mutants 32 13 6 13 31 48 −17 45
7 Albert-Cross Angels 32 10 12 10 31 28 +3 42
8 Pemberton Geckos 32 11 8 13 14 18 −4 41
9 Larvana Reds 32 13 2 17 23 32 −9 41
10 Sario Wizards 32 9 13 10 36 42 −6 40
11 Sario Storm Chasers 32 12 4 16 26 44 −18 40
12 Calix City Makos 32 11 6 15 45 48 −3 39
13 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 32 11 6 15 17 25 −8 39
14 Cortana SC 32 11 5 16 48 57 −9 38
15 Eckerbride Roar 32 10 5 17 13 23 −10 35
16 Big Bay Hawks 32 7 10 15 27 38 −11 31


Games
*Home team listed first
Scores Presented by Odin Insurance


Game 17
Larvana Reds 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Keldax Tridents 0–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
Eckerbride Roar 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Cortana SC 1–2 Sario Storm Chasers
Calix City Makos
1–0 Sario Wizards
Big Bay Hawks 2–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Albertain Mutants 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Game 18
St. Teresa Guardians 3–0 Albertain Mutants
Albert-Cross Angels 0–0 Big Bay Hawks
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–2 Calix City Makos
Sario Wizards 0–0 Cortana SC
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–2 Ederfield Grizzlies
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 Keldax Tridents
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–0 Larvana Reds
Game 19
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Larvana Reds
1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Keldax Tridents 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Eckerbride Roar 0–0 Sario Wizards
Cortana SC 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Calix City Makos 0–2 Albert-Cross Angels
Big Bay Hawks 0–2 Albertain Mutants
Game 20
St. Teresa Guardians 2–0 Big Bay Hawks
Albertain Mutants 1–0 Calix City Makos
Albert-Cross Angels 4–4 Cortana SC
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Sario Wizards
3–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sario Storm Chasers 2–3 Keldax Tridents
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–1 Larvana Reds
Pemberton Geckos
1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers


Game 21
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 St. Teresa Guardians
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 5–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Larvana Reds 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Keldax Tridents
3–0 Sario Wizards
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Cortana SC
1–0 Albertain Mutants
Calix City Makos 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Game 22
St. Teresa Guardians 1–1 Calix City Makos
Big Bay Hawks 4–1 Cortana SC
Albertain Mutants 2–1 Eckerbride Roar
Albert-Cross Angels 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 2–0 Keldax Tridents
Sario Wizards 1–2 Larvana Reds
Sario Storm Chasers 0–3 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sacula Flats Thunder
1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Game 23
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–4 St. Teresa Guardians
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–3 Sario Wizards
Larvana Reds
1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Keldax Tridents 1–2 Albert-Cross Angels
Ederfield Grizzlies
2–1 Albertain Mutants
Eckerbride Roar 0–0 Big Bay Hawks
Cortana SC 1–3 Calix City Makos
Game 24
St. Teresa Guardians 0–1 Cortana SC
Calix City Makos 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Big Bay Hawks 0–2 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albertain Mutants 0–3 Keldax Tridents
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 Larvana Reds
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sario Wizards 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Sario Storm Chasers 0–3 Sacula Flats Thunder


Game 25
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Sacula Flats Thunder 7–0 Sario Wizards
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Larvana Reds 4–1 Albertain Mutants
Keldax Tridents 1–2 Big Bay Hawks
Ederfield Grizzlies
4–1 Calix City Makos
Eckerbride Roar 1–0 Cortana SC
Game 26
St. Teresa Guardians 3–1 Eckerbride Roar
Cortana SC 3–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Calix City Makos 0–1 Keldax Tridents
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Larvana Reds
Albertain Mutants 1–4 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Albert-Cross Angels 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–2 Sacula Flats Thunder
Sario Wizards
1–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Game 27
Sario Wizards 0–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Sario Storm Chasers 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–2 Albert-Cross Angels
Pemberton Geckos 0–2 Albertain Mutants
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–0 Big Bay Hawks
Larvana Reds 2–0 Calix City Makos
Keldax Tridents 3–1 Cortana SC
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Game 28
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Keldax Tridents
Cortana SC
5–0 Larvana Reds
Calix City Makos 3–3 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Big Bay Hawks 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
Albertain Mutants 1–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
Albert-Cross Angels
1–0 Sario Storm Chasers
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–3 Sario Wizards


Game 29
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Sario Wizards 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Sacula Flats Thunder 2–2 Big Bay Hawks
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Calix City Makos
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 3–0 Cortana SC
Larvana Reds 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Game 30
St. Teresa Guardians 0–0 Keldax Tridents
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Larvana Reds
Eckerbride Roar 0–2 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Cortana SC 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Calix City Makos 1–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Sario Wizards
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Game 31
Albert-Cross Angels 0–2 St. Teresa Guardians
Albertain Mutants 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Sario Wizards
Calix City Makos 2–3 Sario Storm Chasers
Cortana SC 1–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Ederfield Grizzlies
1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Larvana Reds
Game 32
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Larvana Reds
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 Keldax Tridents
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Sario Storm Chasers 2–1 Cortana SC
Sario Wizards 3–5 Calix City Makos
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Albert-Cross Angels 4–1 Albertain Mutants


Stats
Scorers
    1.) Estienne Bescond [ Keldax Tridents ] - 25 G / 19 A
    2.) Désiré Cellier [ Sacula Flats Thunder ] - 22 G / 9 A
    3) Sacha Baugé [ New Asgard Mighty Hammers ] 18 G / 11 A
    4.) Laurent Leclère [ St. Teresa Guardians ] - 17 G / 23 A
    5.) Mickaël Courbis [ Cortana SC ] - 15 G / 12 A

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IHNL

THE SCENT OF CHANGE

- By François Spanghero

BIG BAY The arrival of Savojarn hockey star Grigori Kirov prompted celebration to erupt from the city of Big Bay following drastic measures by the Big Bay Hawks to improve the culture of the team and change its downward spiral future, Kirov saw action in game thirty-two against the St Elizabeth Holy Warriors in which he produced a shutout for the Bay Hawks and gave them hope entering the All-Star break. His arrival has shattered the atmosphere in Big Bay, the first foreigner to play in the IHNL will ironically draw crowds to a team desperate to improve attendance for a struggling franchise, he is also hoped to boost morale in the city.

Big Bay has also picked up Ray Marriott, a fifty-one year old former coach of the Bear Bears of the Elejamian EINHL a role he's held for about six years. Under his command, the Bears never missed a playoff spot, although they always fell in the first round however, their strength was seen in their six straight playoffs appearances, a feat unknown to many. He's also good with tactics but he also uses teambuilding exercises to make sure his players get along great with each other and to keep their morale up. The downside is, of course, he has no awards to his name but he's hoping that will change soon. As such, Quentin Vaugrenard, former coach of the Hawks will be looking for a new job this offseason and was ushered out of the arena following the thirty-second game.

Said Marriott in his opening press-interview with the Kebecois people thru a translator, "As the first foreign coach of a Kebecois team, I look forward to proving myself to you and our team, the Big Bay Hawks have much to prove to this nation and have much to give back to Big Bay, a season ago, they were on the cusp of an Odin Cup, now, we intend to build for the future and one day deliver that promise to the people."

When talking about new acquisition, Kirov, Marriott told the press, "[ Grigori ] Kirov is a very-much hyped player for the INHL, a talent and a natural-born leader, he possesses the skill and grace that the team will need if it intends to survive thru the rest of the challenging season. I've seen him play in the Savojarn league, Dynamo Sjoedrhavn was wrong to drop a talent like him from their books."

Of course, this will greet the fans with great euphoria, an improvement of the current goal-keeping situation with the young and untrained twenty-three year-old in Abelin Carré will finally have an answer, André Anouilh has shown he is aging and has lost much of his agility and finally, Quentin Bonnel, their starter last year has lost a step and must relearn the game. Kirov will serve as a good mentor for at least a season or two, no doubt.
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SEASON II
Hockey Champions' League Qualifiers


As per these results, the qualifiers for HCL 8 are as follows:
  • St. Teresa Guardians (KBC)
  • Keldax Tridents (KBC)
  • Sacula Flats Thunder (KBC)
  • Ederfield Grizzlies (KBC)

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Marriott Quits Barr Bears, Moves to Big Bay Hawks


"Shocking scenes last night as Ray Marriott, head coach for the Barr Bears, recently announced in a press conference that he'll be leaving his team and joining the Big Bay Hawks over in the INHL. The 51 year old, who had been head coach with the Bears for the past six seasons, announced that the game against the Iceland Vipers on Saturday will his last game before he leaves for Kebec on Monday. He would go on to announce that assistant coach Veni Mitenaerin will replace him as head coach for the rest of the season."

That's what the ENIHL website said when I woke up this morning. So yes, it's true. Ray Marriott will be leaving us for another club in another country. To be fair, the Bears had been a bit hit-and-miss this season, even more so than usual, so this didn't really come as much of a surprise. But it's still sad to see him go and I wish him the best with his new job. On the upside, he'll be the second Elejamian coach in the country so Samuel Philidor, head coach of Kebec's junior squad and former head coach of the Elejamie City Ice Elephants, won't be alone.

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Ray Marriott, taken from a Bears game a couple
of years ago. In hindsight, I should've chosen
something a lot more flattering.
But first, who is Ray Marriott? Anyone who regularly keeps up with Bears games knows who he is but what about those who don't? Especially any Kebecois readers who are curious to know about who this new guy is. Well, let's do a quick bit of history. Nothing spectacularly long but enough to keep you informed. Ray Marriott first played (albeit as a right winger) for the Donham College Blaze in his last two years of high school before being accepted into the University of Avon in 1984. He played for the Ice Cats for four years, not only switching to the left-wing but also making it to the Forrest Cup playoffs in every season. Which sounds impressive but truth be told he failed to win a trophy with them; the closest they came to success was making to the 1986 Forrest Cup Finals where they lost 4-2 to the Universidad de la Playa de Rocas team.

After graduating, he joined the Avon Stars ice hockey team, playing only one game with them (a 4-1 away win over the Coventry Penguins in 1990) for two seasons before being sent over to the newly-formed Barr Bears in 1991. It was with the Bears that he spent most of his career. As in, he signed for them when he was 24 and only stopped playing for them twelve years later when he got traded away to another team, the Blackport Raiders in the ENIHL2. However, with the Bears, he racked up around 150 goals and 229 assists and, as a result, remains their all-time top scorer. Plus once he retired they retired his #27 jersey, so you know he was a popular figure with the team.

Where was I? Oh, yes. He stayed with the Blackport Raiders for just three seasons, although he'd only play roughly two and a half of them, as he was injured in a game against the Auckhampton Fathers in the last game before the 2004 Christmas Break. Although he would be better by February that year, he wasn't picked for any games after that and decided to retire at the end of the season. However, the season after he retired, he started coaching the Raiders for three years, which was a complete shock to him at first. But soon he managed to slip into the role and managed to produce three successful seasons, although sadly they never lead to the Raiders making it to the ENIHL.

After that, he made a welcome return to his adopted team, the Barr Bears. And a damn fine job he's done there. At first, it was a bit of a slow start, with a 6-1 loss to the Davenport Dockers in his first game in charge, followed by a 7-2 defeat in their next game againt the Rosetta Royals. But, again, he managed to sort everything out and, eventually, the team finished eighth in the league, bagging them their first play-off appearance since 2007. In fact, each season that saw him at the helm resulted in the Bears making it to the play-offs; a feat that would be more impressive if they were able to get past the first round. Yes, in all of their play-off appearances (including the two pre-Marriott seasons they made it that far), the Bears had never won a series (the closest being a 3-2 reverse sweep in their series against the Edgebaston Shamrocks back in 2014/15). However, with this new change of location and change of pace, would he finally be able to have an award to his name? Maybe next season, unless the INHL give out wooden spoons to the last-placed team in the league.

Now I know what some of you are asking. "What about the Big Bay Hawks themselves? After all, they're the team picking him up so they should get some coverage, right?" Well, they acutally didn't do too badly in their first season, coming fifth in the league with a 25-18-21 record which was enough to bring them into the final eight. And they did a pretty good job there, finishing 3-1-4 which turned out to be just enough for a spot in the semi-finals. Another stroke of luck in the semis saw them make it through to the finals with a record of 2-1-2 and they were hoping that their luck would continue as they face the Albert-Cross Angels in the Odin Cup finals. Unfortunately, that's where their luck ended, as the Angels won the series 2-1 to take home the inaugural Odin Cup.

So what's the problem there? The Hawks are clearly one of the best teams in the league with a good coach and excellent players, right? Well, as the Good Book says "Pride goeth before destruction, and an haughty spirit before a fall". I'm not sure if that was really the case here but, either way, they've been doing really badly so far. They've only won seven (out of 32) games so far, with ten draws and fifteen losses making up the other 25 games they've played. Their first win came eleven games in, with a 1-0 away win over the Larvana Reds, which was then immediately followed by 3-1 home win against the New Asgard Mighty Hammers. Fortunately, things started to pick up for them, as they've managed to win five of their last sixteen, but it's still not enough to lift them out of the bottom spot. How the mighty have fallen. Fortunately, a new coach and some new talent in Savojar skater Grigori Kirov might be enough for them to rise out of the ashes. Sadly, Marriott's predecessor, Quentin Vaugrenard, was fired despite that 2-0 win over St. Elizabeth in the 32nd game of the season but I'm sure someone somewhere will take him.

Back in the ENIHL, the Bears are currently ninth in the table, just a few points behind the Mainsborough IceMen and not that many games to catch up and keep the streak going. As the ENIHL site said, Veni Mitenaerin, who was one of Marriott's assistant coaches for the previous four seasons, will be the interim head coach for the rest of the season, maybe the play-offs as well should the Bears defy the odds and keep the streak. I don't think Veni will be made the new head coach, however. Either way, I wish the Bears the best of luck with the change, Ray Marriott the bet of luck with his new team and the Big Bay Hawks with the new coach. Now that's all said and done I'm off to write up a draft for my play-off predictions. Keep an eye out for that.




OOC: Kep gave me permission to post here, asking me to RP a coach from my nation arriving at the Big Bay Hawks after we discussed the whole thing through TG.
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SEASON II
Regular Season - Part 3/4


Standings
Standings Presented by Bay Athletics

IHNL Season 2 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Keldax Tridents 48 25 12 11 74 37 +37 87
2 St. Teresa Guardians 48 25 12 11 73 40 +33 87
3 Sacula Flats Thunder 48 25 10 13 82 57 +25 85
4 Ederfield Grizzlies 48 23 12 13 40 28 +12 81
5 Calix City Makos 48 20 9 19 72 71 +1 69
6 Albert-Cross Angels 48 18 14 16 48 41 +7 68
7 Cortana SC 48 20 8 20 72 80 −8 68
8 New Asgard Mighty Hammers 48 18 13 17 71 62 +9 67

9 Sario Wizards 48 15 17 16 64 70 −6 62
10 Albertain Mutants 48 17 11 20 41 70 −29 62
11 Big Bay Hawks 48 16 12 20 50 51 −1 60
12 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 48 16 10 22 25 34 −9 58
13 Sario Storm Chasers 48 17 6 25 39 64 −25 57
14 Larvana Reds 48 16 6 26 35 52 −17 54
15 Pemberton Geckos 48 14 10 24 19 32 −13 52
16 Eckerbride Roar 48 13 10 25 23 39 −16 49


Games
*Home team listed first
Scores Presented by Odin Insurance


Game 33
Albertain Mutants 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Calix City Makos
2–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Cortana SC 0–5 Sario Wizards
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Ederfield Grizzlies
2–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Keldax Tridents 1–1 Pemberton Geckos
Larvana Reds 1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Game 34
St. Teresa Guardians 1–3 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Larvana Reds
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–1 Keldax Tridents
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sario Wizards 2–4 Eckerbride Roar
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 3–0 Cortana SC
Albert-Cross Angels 1–1 Calix City Makos
Albertain Mutants 1–0 Big Bay Hawks
Game 35
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Calix City Makos 6–1 Albertain Mutants
Cortana SC 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Eckerbride Roar 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Ederfield Grizzlies 2–0 Sario Wizards
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Larvana Reds 0–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 2–1 Pemberton Geckos
Game 36
St. Teresa Guardians 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 Larvana Reds
Sario Wizards 0–4 Keldax Tridents
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albert-Cross Angels
1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Albertain Mutants 0–1 Cortana SC
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Calix City Makos

Game 37
Calix City Makos 0–4 St. Teresa Guardians
Cortana SC 2–2 Big Bay Hawks
Eckerbride Roar 1–0 Albertain Mutants
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Keldax Tridents 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Larvana Reds 2–2 Sario Wizards
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–3 Sario Storm Chasers
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Game 38
St. Teresa Guardians 1–2 Sacula Flats Thunder
Sario Storm Chasers 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
Sario Wizards 3–3 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–0 Larvana Reds
Albert-Cross Angels 3–1 Keldax Tridents
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Calix City Makos 0–3 Cortana SC
Game 39
Cortana SC 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Eckerbride Roar 0–3 Calix City Makos
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Big Bay Hawks
Keldax Tridents 0–0 Albertain Mutants
Larvana Reds 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 Sario Wizards
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Game 40
St. Teresa Guardians 3–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Sario Wizards 3–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Albertain Mutants
2–1 Larvana Reds
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Keldax Tridents
Calix City Makos 1–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Cortana SC 1–0 Eckerbride Roar

Game 41
Eckerbride Roar 0–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Cortana SC
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Calix City Makos
Larvana Reds 1–2 Big Bay Hawks
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 Albertain Mutants
Pemberton Geckos 0–2 Albert-Cross Angels
Sacula Flats Thunder
1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Sario Wizards
Game 42
St. Teresa Guardians 1–2 Sario Wizards
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Albertain Mutants 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Big Bay Hawks 2–2 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Calix City Makos 3–2 Larvana Reds
Cortana SC 1–3 Keldax Tridents
Eckerbride Roar 2–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Game 43
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–2 St. Teresa Guardians
Keldax Tridents 2–2 Eckerbride Roar
Larvana Reds 0–1 Cortana SC
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–3 Calix City Makos
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–0 Albertain Mutants
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Sario Wizards 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Game 44
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Albert-Cross Angels 3–2 Sario Wizards
Albertain Mutants 2–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Big Bay Hawks 4–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Calix City Makos 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Cortana SC 3–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Larvana Reds
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Keldax Tridents

Game 45
Keldax Tridents 5–2 St. Teresa Guardians
Larvana Reds 0–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–0 Eckerbride Roar
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Cortana SC
Sacula Flats Thunder
6–1 Calix City Makos
Sario Storm Chasers 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Sario Wizards 0–0 Albertain Mutants
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Game 46
St. Teresa Guardians 3–0 Albert-Cross Angels
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Albertain Mutants
Sario Wizards 3–5 Big Bay Hawks
Sario Storm Chasers 1–2 Calix City Makos
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–5 Cortana SC
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 2–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Larvana Reds 0–1 Keldax Tridents
Game 47
Larvana Reds 2–3 St. Teresa Guardians
Keldax Tridents 1–2 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Ederfield Grizzlies
1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Cortana SC
3–2 Sario Storm Chasers
Calix City Makos 1–1 Sario Wizards
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Albertain Mutants 0–4 Albert-Cross Angels
Game 48
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Albertain Mutants
Albert-Cross Angels 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
2–1 Calix City Makos
Sario Wizards 3–1 Cortana SC
Sario Storm Chasers 1–1 Eckerbride Roar
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–2 Ederfield Grizzlies
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Keldax Tridents
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 Larvana Reds


Stats
Scorers
    1.) Estienne Bescond [ Keldax Tridents ] - 36 G 23 A
    2.) Désiré Cellier [ Sacula Flats Thunder ] - 33 G / 18 A
    3.) André Dieudonné [ Ederfield Grizzlies ] - 26 G / 6 A
    4.) Matthieu Gribelin [ Calix City Makos ] - 22 G / 14 A
    5.) Mickaël Courbis [ Cortana SC ] - 19 G / 18 A

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Barr Tribunal





Ray Marriott: From Barr Bear to Big Bay Hawk by Rubén Travieso.
How he turned the Bears into a contender, how he managed them to play-off success and how he turned around a struggling team in Kebec


Say the name "Ray Marriott" to any Barr Bears fan and you'll get one of their greatest players who'd later turn into one of their greatest coaches. Despite being unable to secure a trophy with the team and being part of the team that got thrashed 11-0 by the Dockers back in the first game of the 1997-98 season, he still managed to turn them into a contender. First, they were one of the teams in the first ENIHL playoffs back in the 1999-2000 season; finishing in 8th place before being swept 3-0 by the Coventry Puffins. Secondly, with him at the helm, they never failed to make a play-off finish, despite being unable to make it past the first round. And, to date, he is the only Bears player to have his number retired, when the team stopped giving players #27 and officially retired it just before the first game of the 2005-06 season. And that's ignoring a group of people who are crowdfunding an attempt to have a statue of him in the city.

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Ray Marriott, analysing the ice during his first
away game as the Hawks' HC; a 1-0 loss to the
Albertain Mutants.
Say it to any Big Bay Hawks fan and you might just get the saviour of their team. At first, the Hawks had an amazing first season in the IHNL, where they finished in fifth place in the regular season and would keep coming in the top half of their play-off groups until they reached the final, where they would end up losing 2-1 to the Albert-Cross Angels. However, their second season started off fairly badly, taking home seven wins in thirty-two games until former head coach Quentin Vaugrenard was fired and replaced by Marriott. Under Marriott, the Hawks would turn their fortunes around, grabbing a slew of wins and, as of writing, an eight-game undefeated streak. As a result, they've jumped up from dead last in 16th place to 11th place and just seven points away from a playoff spot.

So what was the cause of the turnaround, you find yourself asking. What made him turn from a team that could barely scrape a win to a team that could make it to the playoffs? And will this new reversal of fortune lead them to what they failed to acheive last season? I made the trip to Kebec and, through the Hawks' GM, I managed to set up a quick interview with him, which took place the day after a 2-0 victory over the Albert-Cross Angels:

BT: First of all, hello Mr. Marriott. Now, let's get the big question out of the way. How did you turn around the team in such a short amount of time?
RM: First, I implemented the same sorts of plans i did with the Bears. First, I figured out all the kinks in their armour and I sorted them out. I arranged some teambuilding exercises, including a day out at a mountain retreat. I utilised key players and tried to figure out how to bring their strengths out of practice and to the full game. And I took a look at those who could be better and either figured out how to improve their skills to add some depth or asked the GM if they could be traded.
BT: I see. And who are these star players?
RM: Grigori Kirov is the obvious choice. As I've previously said, he was an excellent player in the Savojar league and I bet his old team are kicking themselves for letting him go. Carré's pretty much the future of the team so I gave him some one-on-one training and he seems to be as good as Bonnel was last season. And Thibodeau went from average in the first half of the season to quite possibly worthy of the national team; however, unless he improves his stick handling and slapshots then I can't really imagine him being better than third of fourth line.
BT: Do you think you'll make it into the playoffs? In fact, do you think you'll break your own personal curse?
RM: Playoffs? Yes, definitely. Everyone's fitting into place, we're all working alright with the system and we're all working together as a team. We've got some real depth going and I think that it will definitely will take us far. But will it lead us to a win? I wouldn't really go that far. First we have to win enough of our last sixteen games to secure a spot and hope that we win enough games in the playoff group to go through to the next one. And then win enough games there to make it to the finals. It's a lot of work but we'll have to wait and see if it pays off.
BT: One last question before I go: How do you think your old team, the Barr Bears, are doing?
RM: I keep tabs on them all the time, looking them up on the ENIHL site and catching livestreams whenever I can. And I think they're doing great. Though I will say that this isn't the first time that they've been this successful without me in charge, though. I had to miss a couple of games last season due to illness and let Veni [Mitenaerin] take the reins. And he did a very good job. He knows what he's doing and, if they can't find someone to take over full-time, then I heartily recommend him.

Meanwhile, back in Barr, the Bears finished in eighth place under the guidance of Veni Mitenaerin, just six points behind the Mainsborough Icemen and three points in front of the Edgebaston Shamrocks, qualifying them for a seventh consecutive ENIHL playoffs. However, fortune wasn't on their side as they were swept 3-0 by league champions Rosetta Royals. The Bears narrowly lost 3-2 in game one, only being beaten by a last-minute goal from Cerin Meloten. However, the luck ran out in games two and three as they would lose 4-0 and 5-3 respectively. There is no word on whether or not Mitenaerin would remain head coach of the Bears or if he would resume his old position as an assistant coach.




OOC: Much like the last time, Kep gave me permission to post here, asking me if I could post a story about my coach leading one of his teams to newfound glory.
Elejamie (English); Elejamia (Spanish); Elejam (Iyilim) - Denonym: Elejamian - Pronounced (English): Eh-leh-jah-meh

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SEASON II
Regular Season - Part 4/4


Standings
Standings Presented by Bay Athletics

IHNL Season 2 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Keldax Tridents 64 32 16 16 95 52 +43 112
2 St. Teresa Guardians 64 31 19 14 90 55 +35 112
3 Sacula Flats Thunder 64 32 14 18 118 86 +32 110
4 Ederfield Grizzlies 64 32 13 19 59 40 +19 109
5 Albert-Cross Angels 64 25 18 21 68 56 +12 93
6 Big Bay Hawks 64 26 15 23 71 63 +8 93
7 Calix City Makos 64 26 12 26 94 90 +4 90
8 Albertain Mutants 64 24 15 25 64 88 −24 87

9 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 64 22 16 26 39 45 −6 82
10 Sario Wizards 64 21 19 24 82 95 −13 82
11 Cortana SC 64 22 13 29 91 114 −23 79
12 New Asgard Mighty Hammers 64 20 18 26 84 91 −7 78
13 Pemberton Geckos 64 22 11 31 32 42 −10 77
14 Larvana Reds 64 21 12 31 45 64 −19 75
15 Sario Elite Warriors 64 20 13 31 48 76 −28 73 // Relegation play-off
16 Eckerbride Roar 64 17 14 33 32 55 −23 65 // Relegated


Games
*Home team listed first
Scores Presented by Odin Insurance


Game 49
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Larvana Reds 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Keldax Tridents 4–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Eckerbride Roar 0–2 Sario Wizards
Cortana SC 1–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Calix City Makos 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Big Bay Hawks
5–1 Albertain Mutants
Game 50
St. Teresa Guardians 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
Albertain Mutants
3–1 Calix City Makos
Albert-Cross Angels 3–1 Cortana SC
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Sario Wizards 1–2 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Keldax Tridents
Sacula Flats Thunder
4–1 Larvana Reds
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Game 51
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
Larvana Reds 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Keldax Tridents 1–1 Sario Wizards
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Eckerbride Roar 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Cortana SC 0–3 Albertain Mutants
Calix City Makos 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Game 52
St. Teresa Guardians 4–1 Calix City Makos
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 Cortana SC
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Eckerbride Roar
Albert-Cross Angels 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Keldax Tridents
Sario Wizards 1–0 Larvana Reds
Sario Storm Chasers 0–2 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–1 Pemberton Geckos

Game 53
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Pemberton Geckos
1–0 Sario Storm Chasers
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 Sario Wizards
Larvana Reds 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Keldax Tridents 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Ederfield Grizzlies 2–1 Albertain Mutants
Eckerbride Roar 0–0 Big Bay Hawks
Cortana SC 1–3 Calix City Makos
Game 54
St. Teresa Guardians 3–3 Cortana SC
Calix City Makos 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Big Bay Hawks 2–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Keldax Tridents
Albert-Cross Angels 0–0 Larvana Reds
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 2–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sario Wizards 2–5 Pemberton Geckos
Sario Storm Chasers 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Game 55
Sario Storm Chasers 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Sacula Flats Thunder 5–3 Sario Wizards
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Larvana Reds 2–1 Albertain Mutants
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Calix City Makos
Eckerbride Roar 1–3 Cortana SC
Game 56
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Eckerbride Roar
Cortana SC 0–4 Ederfield Grizzlies
Calix City Makos 2–1 Keldax Tridents
Big Bay Hawks 1–1 Larvana Reds
Albertain Mutants 3–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Albert-Cross Angels 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Sario Wizards 1–3 Sario Storm Chasers

Game 57
Sario Wizards 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Sario Storm Chasers 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Sacula Flats Thunder 4–3 Albert-Cross Angels
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 Albertain Mutants
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Larvana Reds 1–0 Calix City Makos
Keldax Tridents 2–1 Cortana SC
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Eckerbride Roar
Game 58
St. Teresa Guardians 1–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Eckerbride Roar 0–3 Keldax Tridents
Cortana SC 1–1 Larvana Reds
Calix City Makos 8–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Albert-Cross Angels 1–1 Sario Storm Chasers
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Sario Wizards
Game 59
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Sario Wizards 1–4 Albert-Cross Angels
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Sacula Flats Thunder
5–1 Big Bay Hawks
Pemberton Geckos 0–2 Calix City Makos
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 3–3 Cortana SC
Larvana Reds 0–0 Eckerbride Roar
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Game 60
St. Teresa Guardians 0–0 Keldax Tridents
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–2 Larvana Reds
Eckerbride Roar
2–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Cortana SC 0–2 Pemberton Geckos
Calix City Makos 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Big Bay Hawks 0–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Albertain Mutants 1–0 Sario Wizards
Albert-Cross Angels 1–2 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors

Game 61
Albert-Cross Angels 0–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Albertain Mutants 1–2 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Big Bay Hawks
2–1 Sario Wizards
Calix City Makos 1–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Cortana SC 1–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
Eckerbride Roar 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Larvana Reds
Game 62
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Larvana Reds
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 Keldax Tridents
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sacula Flats Thunder
3–2 Eckerbride Roar
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Cortana SC
Sario Wizards 1–0 Calix City Makos
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 2–1 Big Bay Hawks
Albert-Cross Angels 3–2 Albertain Mutants
Game 63
Albertain Mutants 2–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Calix City Makos 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Cortana SC 0–1 Sario Wizards
Eckerbride Roar 0–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Ederfield Grizzlies 3–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Keldax Tridents 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Larvana Reds 0–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Game 64
St. Teresa Guardians 1–4 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Pemberton Geckos
1–0 Larvana Reds
Sacula Flats Thunder 4–5 Keldax Tridents
Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sario Wizards
1–0 Eckerbride Roar
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 3–3 Cortana SC
Albert-Cross Angels 2–1 Calix City Makos
Albertain Mutants 1–0 Big Bay Hawks


Stats
Points
    1.) Estienne Bescond [ Keldax Tridents ] 143 Pts: 56 G / 31 A
    2.) Désiré Cellier [ Sacula Flats Thunder ] 117 Pts: 47 G / 23 A
    3.) Matthieu Gribelin [ Albert-Cross Angels ]97 Pts: 40 G / 17 A
    4.) Mickaël Courbis [ Cortana SC ] 93 Pts: 36 G / 21 A
    5.) Jérémy Crozier [ Big Bay Hawks ] 88 Pts: 41 G / 6 A

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SEASON II
Playoffs - Part 1/2


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KELDAX TRIDENTS (1) vs ALBERTAIN MUTANTS (8)
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Keldax Tridents 2–3 Albertain Mutants
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Keldax Tridents (1–2 OT)
Keldax Tridents 2–0 Albertain Mutants
Albertain Mutants 1–0 Keldax Tridents
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Albertain Mutants 0–0 Keldax Tridents (1–0 OT)


Mutants win series 4-2


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St. TERESA GUARDIANS (2) vs CALIX CITY MAKOS (7)
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St. Teresa Guardians 1–3 Calix City Makos
Calix City Makos 0–2 St. Teresa Guardians
St. Teresa Guardians 0–1 Calix City Makos
Calix City Makos 1–0 St. Teresa Guardians
St. Teresa Guardians 0–2 Calix City Makos

Makos win series 4-1



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SACULA FLATS THUNDER (3) vs BIG BAY HAWKS (6)
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Sacula Flats Thunder 0–0 Big Bay Hawks (0–1 OT)
Big Bay Hawks 0–4 Sacula Flats Thunder
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–1 Big Bay Hawks (0–2 SO)
Big Bay Hawks 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder (2–1 SO)
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–0 Big Bay Hawks (3–2 SO)
Big Bay Hawks 1-8 Sacula Flats Thunder
Big Bay Hawks 4–2 Sacula Flats Thunder


Hawks win series 4-3


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EDERFIELD GRIZZLIES (4) vs ALBERT-CROSS ANGELS (5)
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Ederfield Grizzlies 3–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Ederfield Grizzlies 6–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Ederfield Grizzlies 5–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Ederfield Grizzlies 3–2 Albert-Cross Angels

Grizzlies win series 4-0
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SEASON II
Playoffs - Part 2/2


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EDERFIELD GRIZZLIES (4) vs ALBERTAIN MUTANTS (8)
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Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Albertain Mutants (1–2 SO)
Albertain Mutants 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albertain Mutants 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–1 Albertain Mutants (2–1 OT)
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Ederfield Grizzlies (1–2 OT)


Grizzlies win series 4-1


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BIG BAY HAWKS (6) vs CALIX CITY MAKOS (7)
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Big Bay Hawks 1–1 Calix City Makos (1–2 OT)
Big Bay Hawks 0–2 Calix City Makos
Calix City Makos 2–3 Big Bay Hawks
Calix City Makos 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Big Bay Hawks 2–1 Calix City Makos
Calix City Makos 1–2 Big Bay Hawks

Hawks win series 4-2

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SEASON II
Odin Cup II


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EDERFIELD GRIZZLIES (4) vs BIG BAY HAWKS (6)
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Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Big Bay Hawks
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies


Hawks win series 4-2





IHNL Champions
SEASON 2
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BIG BAY HAWKS





IHNL AWARDS
MOST VALUABLE PLAYER - Estienne Bescond, Big Bay
PLAYOFF MVP - Grigori Kirov [ SVJ ], Big Bay
DEFENSEMAN OF THE YEAR - Élie Barnier, Big Bay
GOALIE OF THE YEAR - Grigori Kirov [ SVJ ], Big Bay
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR - Mathieu Gribelin, Calix City
COACH OF THE YEAR - Ray Marriott [ EJM ], Big Bay
ALL STAR TEAM
LW - Estienne Bescond, Keldax
CE - Mathieu Gribelin, Calix City
RW -Jérémy Crozier, Big Bay
D - Élie Barnier, Big Bay
D - Dominique Rémy, Ederfield Grizzlies
G - Grigori Kirov [ SVJ ], Big Bay

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IHNL

A REVERSAL OF FORTUNE

- By François Spanghero

BIG BAY CITY The arrival of Savojarn hockey star Grigori Kirov signaled for many a reversal in fortune for the struggling Big Bay Hawks, Kirov essentially revitalized the city with his superb play and wound up as Playoffs MVP and snuck away with the Goalie of the Year awards. However, one cannot doubt the impact of Elejamian coach Ray Marriott who quietly guided the team to an unparalleled championship after starting the first half of the season in the league gutter. Mariott thoroughly deserved the Coach of the year award he took home, as the Big Bay Hawks bested the Ederfield Grizzlies 4-2 in a best-of-7 series, prompting a ticker-tape parade in frigid Big Bay City, causing euphoria to unite the crowd of 65.000 gathered in downtown Big Bay City welcoming their starts home. Kirov of course was rightly and justly rewarded for his superb display of skill and poise, he was rewarded with a three-year N$8m contract despite turning 36 next week. However, the Big Bay Hawks chairmen seem ready to build the future of this team around the star that is Kirov, a small price to pay for their Odin Cup.

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Big Bay's Aurélien Messier (26) celebrates after the go-ahead goal[/b]


Coach Marriott, talking to the media after his team's emotional victory said, "I'm proud of the group of brothers that we have assembled receiving their well-deserved Odin Cup rings, they single-handedly proved to the country -- no to the world that they were ready to be champions. Despite how we started, we made sure we could do everything in our hands to finish the race and I'm proud of the squad we have built on display. We have seven months till we hit the ice again, we're going to come back better than ever next season..." Marriott was able to prove all the haters wrong, stunning Elejamian-Kebecois and even people tuning it from around the globe as the man known to always fail in the first stage of the playoffs turned a team around and went all the way in his first season, he has become quite popular among fans to as he picked up the Kebecois language rather quickly which is hard to do as Kebecois language is a mixture of English, French and Navajo.

The Big Bay Hawks must look to next season however, despite the 'let the good vibes flow' feeling in the locker room and boardrooms, there is no doubt Abelin Carré, the former goalie before Kirov's arrival must depart the team this offseason. The young 23 year-old is entering his final year of his rookie contract, due to be paid N$2.4m and yet has failed to do what his job entitles which is to stop pucks. Under his tutelage, during the first half of the season, out of 32 games, the Hawks only won 7, a disappointing number for the formerly hyped no. 1 draft-pick. I know despite what he says, the Big Bay Hawks general manger regrets picking Carré William Hauet who posted 22 goals in his sophomore season on the third-line.

However, there are rumors that this season we will see two new teams compete in the IHNL, the cities of Atalanta and North Hampton recently pitched their proposed teams to the IHNL Board of Commissioners, and with the upcoming new second-tier league soon to be announced by the title of Hockey Ligue 2, their is no doubt there will soon be a place for Carré to slowly develop his game and find a place to call home soon. One can only home that he is guided, as a player with his raw talent certainly should eventually have chance in the top-tier.

Of course, the fans don't give a horse-sh*t, they've just seen a miraculous journey for their team result in a stunning and rather convincing Odin Cup championship for their home team, the fans don't know the intricacies of the league, so they'll be partying the night away. Lucky for Kirov, he'll be finally verified in the Kebecois social media sight, MiGram so, all good comes around for each and everyone, right?

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SEASON I
Regular Season - Part 1/2


Kebec's newly launched second-tier of hockey, titled Hockey Ligue 2 to replace the ancient and chronic JHLK took to the ice for its inaugural season, pitting sixteen rising teams into a 32-game grueling back-to-back schedule to choose two new teams to compete in KHL-1's season three. Included, some cities accustomed to being front and center got accustomed to being in the Kebec hockey picture's backyard, specifically Calix City which other hockey club, Clbe de Calix S.C. entered as the perennial favorites to win the league, so far, with half of the season in the books, they've proven they will not let up in their quest for promotion.

With half the season gone, the Calix City club, Clube de Calix S.C. has proven relentless, posting 11 wins to only 3 ties and 2 losses, if they were to maintain their form, they'd pose a 22-win season astounding for a recently created team. Voltmorgrad S.C., the team representing the biggest Russian population in Kebec is having a fine season sitting in fourth place, there seems to be hope for the team moving forward.
Standings
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HL2 Season I Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Clube de Calix S.C. 16 11 3 2 30 17 +13 36
2 Bleu Blues 16 9 5 2 36 28 +8 32

3 Asgard City Wolves 16 9 4 3 40 28 +12 31
4 Voltmorgrad S.C. 16 8 5 3 18 13 +5 29
5 Ten Mountains Mountaineers 16 7 7 2 21 18 +3 28
6 Libald Island S.C. 16 7 5 4 32 25 +7 26
7 Riverside Stealth 16 7 3 6 22 20 +2 24
8 Portsmouth Spartans 16 5 5 6 27 30 −3 20
9 Dalvograd Strya Gub S.K. 16 4 6 6 14 16 −2 18
10 Inglewood Strange 16 5 3 8 18 27 −9 18
11 Admiral Davingrad S.K. 16 5 2 9 23 29 −6 17
12 Wilsinton Monsters 16 5 1 10 13 18 −5 16
13 Atalanta Phoenix 16 3 6 7 33 35 −2 15
14 Hedgerow IceDawgs 16 3 5 8 7 12 −5 14
15 North Hampton S.C. 16 3 5 8 20 26 −6 14
16 Chivas RKK 16 2 5 9 16 28 −12 11
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Welcome to the Transit Transfer®. This is where you can track all KHL-1 & Kebecois player transactions during off-season.
(Transit Transfer® takes no responsibility for the accuracy of the data nor is this affiliated with Hockey Kebec.)


PLAYER		       POS     AGE	FROM				TO


Image Marcos Benson G 22 Torshavn Wolves (SBE) Albert-Cross Angels

Image William Croix G 22 Calix City Inst. of Arch. Keldax Tridents

Image Nathan Delacroix G 25 Keldax Tridents Zoloroni City Icers (MRC)

Image Divine E'lestrage LW 22 Atalanta Phoenix U21 Larvana Reds

Image Ayal Ismaat RW 24 Zoloroni City Icers (MRC) Albertain Mutants

Image Michel Fernandes RW 22 Nuuk Golden Scorpions (SBE) Clube de Calix City S.C.

Image Xavier Fitzpatrick D 22 Wilsinton Attack U21 Big Bay Hawks

Image Dominic Freund LW 22 Dalvograd Strya Guba S.K. St. Teresa Guardians

Image Kristinn Hjartarson G 22 Iceland Ice Devils (SBE) Voltmorgrad S.C.

Image Willow Pierce LW 22 Cortana Hockey Development B Albertain Mutants

Image Ray Isonism D 22 Davingrad Hockey Academy Green St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors

Image Fadre Jalven RW 22 KNA Academy Cortana SC

Image Grigori Kirov G 35 Free agency (SVJ) Big Bay Hawks

Image Carson Kinney RW 23 Ederfield Grizzlies Zoloroni City Icers (MRC)

Image Patrik Korvetski C 22 Odin Country Hockey Centre Aca.Sacula Flats Thunder

Image Juan Pomar D 22 Spectacular Llamas (SBE) Sario Wizards

Image Xander Qualforth D 22 Pemberton Geckos U21 Pemberton Geckos

Image Stephen Del Rio RW 22 Unattached (WPC) Calix City Makos

Image Gareth Stubbs RW 22 Unattached (NEP) Ederfield Grizzlies

Image Augusto Velho C 22 Montevideo Mammoths (SBE) New Asgard Mighty Hammers

Image Paxton Windrafiel C 22 Drawia City College Eckerbridge Roar


Updated KHL-1 Rosters

*Will be updated as more transfers are approved
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SEASON I
Regular Season - Part 2/2


Hockey Ligue 2 continued as four teams emerged as the perennial contenders with the second and third-placed teams within mere inches of eclipsing the eventual champions in Voltmorgrad S.C., it represented a changing tide as Voltmorgrad S.C. easily walked over the Atalanta Phoenix to triumph. The Bleu Blues, a recently formed club did well in their first year on ice rounding out the season with a strong fifth-place finish. A great season gives us even more hopes for next season!
Standings
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HL2 Season I Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Voltmorgrad S.C. 32 18 6 8 50 40 +10 60 // Promoted
2 Clube de Calix S.C. 32 17 7 8 56 38 +18 58 // Promotion play-off
3 Asgard City Wolves 32 17 7 8 70 54 +16 58
4 Ten Mountains Mountaineers 32 14 13 5 44 37 +7 55
5 Bleu Blues 32 15 9 8 64 59 +5 54
6 Libald Island S.C. 32 14 9 9 67 52 +15 51
7 Portsmouth Spartans 32 14 7 11 58 56 +2 49
8 Riverside Stealth 32 11 7 14 41 46 −5 40
9 Dalvograd Strya Gub S.K. 32 9 12 11 26 30 −4 39
10 Admiral Davingrad S.K. 32 10 8 14 54 58 −4 38
11 Wilsinton Monsters 32 10 7 15 22 28 −6 37
12 North Hampton S.C. 32 9 10 13 52 60 −8 37
13 Atalanta Phoenix 32 8 12 12 68 70 −2 36
14 Inglewood Strange 32 8 8 16 41 57 −16 32
15 Chivas RKK 32 5 12 15 38 52 −14 27
16 Hedgerow IceDawgs 32 5 10 17 14 28 −14 25

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SEASON II
Promotion/Relegation Play-off


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SARIO STORM CHASERS (KHL-1) vs Clube de Calix S.C. (HL2)
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Sario Storm Chasers 0–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Sario Storm Chasers 0–0 Clube de Calix S.C. (0–2 SO)
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–0 Sario Storm Chasers


Clube de Calix S.C. win series 4-0 and is promoted to the KHL-1



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KHL-1

A NEW DAWN

- By François Spanghero

VOLTMORGRAD-ON-PATTERSON The city of Voltmorgrad-On-Patterson is very excited today, after all, today kicks off the opening games of the third season of the Kebecois Hockey League One, the top premier league in the Kebecois hockey system and one of the up-and-coming hockey leagues in Atlantian Oceania, certainly one of the only two hockey leagues in the multiverse to have a full sportswire devoted to themselves. Voltmorgrad-On-Patterson has quite a reason to be excited, their team, Voltmorgrad S.C. has gained promotion into the KHL-1 after topping the league in HL2 play last season, lead by Nikolas Palmietto, the sure-footed, sturdy defensemen who won MVP in HL2, Voltmorgrad S.C. is ready to make a splash this season and wreck some havoc on their opponents, faced with a melee on challenges in their first year playing in the big boys' league. Voltmorgrad-On-Patterson is considered a suburb of Dalvograd and always has fallen behind the shadow of Dalvograd concerning hockey, but a stunning two year rise now has them on the pinnacle of Kebecois greatness, all hockey players in Kebec dream of playing on the fully professional level, not the amateur circuit.

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morning-practice for todays' game


Several clubs made some ambitious moves during this off-season's free-agency and subsequent draft, while some teams shipped away their players, young players were abundant from all four corners of the multiverse as bulk was added throughout the KHL-1. Chief amongst them was the Big Bay Hawks who awarded All-Star goalie, Playoff MVP and Goalie of the Year-winner, Grigori Kirov with a 4-year N$32-million dollar contract extension, making him by far the highest-paid KHL-1 goalie, the second closest, Natanaël Fouché of the New Asgard Mighty Hammers makes N$3.2-million/year -- Kirov certainly will get his dough over the next four years, and he thoroughly deserves it after he seems to have found the fountain of youth last year.

However, the most blockbuster move of the offseason happened between the Keldax Tridents and Mercedini's premier club, the Zoloroni City Icers, opting to shrug off a monster contract, the Tridents traded away Nathan Delacroix, arguably the best goalie, even ahead of Kirov to the Icers who paid the highest known transfer fee in multiverse hockey, valued at $40-million and change (included, the Icers bagged Carson Kinney, an rising, young 23 year-old right-wing, very much agile and talented). The big question remains in Keldax though, how do they plan to fill the huge, gaping hole that Delacroix left? Stéphane Auger showed to be a decent, or actually serviceable back-up net-minder last year when Delacroix suffered the chicken pox as in Auger's six games he started, he went 2-4, however, giving up 15 goals in six games really won't cut it in the long run. The newly drafted William Croix, a highly-touted find out of college showed signs during training camp that this was the second coming of Delacroix, however there's also Kevin Lacan the long-shot of the squad who found his way on the team thru hard-work an dedication on the practice-squad, however, he showed he was a good piece also during training camp, so no doubt, Coach Boutlet has to plug some holes early on in the season.

The influx this season of non-national immigrants into the league was a source of much speculation as there seems to be an internal war brewing in Hockey Kebec headquarters on how to do with the sudden deposits of non-Kebecois players who will be playing this season, at current, their is no restrictions on non-Kebecois players playing in the KHL-1 or HL2, however, there are two staunch sides in Hockey Kebec wishing to pass their own agendas concerning non-citizens playing. With the Hockey Kebec elections looming straight after the WJHC XIV, we will get our questions answered concerning these players, after sniffing out noses, it seems many people are lobbying to allow a maximum of 4 internationals per squad in the KHL-1 and 2 internationals in HL2, this however has drawn frantic criticism from fans who wish to see a more international league.

And finally, we turn our heads and nod our greetings to the two young kids on the block, Clube de Calix City S.C. and Voltmorgrad S.C. who will be playing their first games with the big boys coming up, we expect certainly this season a lot of excitement out of their arenas and we will try our best to pump information out of them from each and every game, dissecting what its like to be on the rodeo for the first time, of course, Voltmorgrad S.C. ran away with the HL2 prize, but doing well in KHL-1, let alone avoiding regulation in their first year -- that's going to be the real challenge for these people. But of course, we'll give everyone some time, only time will tell so -- boogity, boogity boo, lets' go racing play hockey.

Of course, the fans don't give a horse-sh*t, they've just seen a miraculous journey for their team result in a stunning and rather convincing Odin Cup championship for their home team, the fans don't know the intricacies of the league, so they'll be partying the night away. Lucky for Kirov, he'll be finally verified in the Kebecois social media sight, MiGram so, all good comes around for each and everyone, right?
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SEASON III
Regular Season - Part 1/4


Standings
Standings Presented by Bay Athletics

KHL-1 Season 3 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Sario Storm Chasers 16 13 1 2 31 13 +18 40
2 Calix City Makos 16 8 6 2 24 14 +10 30
3 Clube de Calix S.C. 16 8 5 3 24 17 +7 29
4 Albertain Mutants 16 8 4 4 32 24 +8 28
5 Cortana SC 16 8 3 5 24 16 +8 27
6 St. Teresa Guardians 16 7 4 5 20 15 +5 25
7 Big Bay Hawks 16 5 7 4 26 25 +1 22
8 New Asgard Mighty Hammers 16 6 3 7 15 22 −7 21

9 Albert-Cross Angels 16 4 6 6 8 10 −2 18
10 Voltmorgrad S.C. 16 5 3 8 14 18 −4 18
11 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 16 4 6 6 9 14 −5 18
12 Keldax Tridents 16 5 3 8 17 25 −8 18
13 Ederfield Grizzlies 16 5 3 8 6 15 −9 18
14 Sacula Flats Thunder 16 3 4 9 15 21 −6 13
15 Pemberton Geckos 16 3 4 9 11 20 −9 13
16 Larvana Reds 16 2 6 8 7 14 −7 12


Games
*Home team listed first
Scores Presented by Odin Insurance


Game 1
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albertain Mutants 3–2 Pemberton Geckos
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Big Bay Hawks 4–2 St. Teresa Guardians
Albert-Cross Angels 1–1 Cortana SC
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–1 Larvana Reds
Keldax Tridents 2–0 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Calix City Makos 1–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
Game 2
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–1 Calix City Makos
Larvana Reds 1–1 Keldax Tridents
Cortana SC 1–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
St. Teresa Guardians 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sario Storm Chasers 2–1 Albertain Mutants
Game 3
Albertain Mutants 3–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Big Bay Hawks 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
Albert-Cross Angels 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Keldax Tridents 1–0 Cortana SC
Calix City Makos 2–1 Larvana Reds
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–1 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Game 4
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–2 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Larvana Reds 0–0 Clube de Calix S.C.
Cortana SC 0–1 Calix City Makos
St. Teresa Guardians 2–1 Keldax Tridents
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Sario Storm Chasers 4–2 Big Bay Hawks
Albertain Mutants 1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers

Game 5
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Albert-Cross Angels 1–2 Sario Storm Chasers
Sacula Flats Thunder 2–0 Pemberton Geckos
Keldax Tridents 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Calix City Makos 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Clube de Calix S.C. 3–1 Cortana SC
Voltmorgrad S.C. 1–0 Larvana Reds
Game 6
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Larvana Reds
Cortana SC 0–1 Voltmorgrad S.C.
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Clube de Calix S.C.
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 2–2 Calix City Makos
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Keldax Tridents
Sario Storm Chasers 4–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Albert-Cross Angels
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 Big Bay Hawks
Game 7
Big Bay Hawks 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sacula Flats Thunder 6–1 Albertain Mutants
Keldax Tridents 1–4 Sario Storm Chasers
Calix City Makos 1–3 Pemberton Geckos
Clube de Calix S.C. 2–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Larvana Reds 0–1 Cortana SC
Game 8
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–4 Cortana SC
St. Teresa Guardians 1–1 Larvana Reds
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Pemberton Geckos 2–3 Clube de Calix S.C.
Sario Storm Chasers 1–1 Calix City Makos
Albertain Mutants 5–2 Keldax Tridents
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 2–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Big Bay Hawks 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels

Game 9
Albert-Cross Angels 0–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–1 Big Bay Hawks
Keldax Tridents 2–3 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Calix City Makos 5–1 Albertain Mutants
Clube de Calix S.C. 2–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Voltmorgrad S.C. 2–0 Pemberton Geckos
Larvana Reds 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Cortana SC 2–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Game 10
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 St. Teresa Guardians
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Cortana SC
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 Larvana Reds
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–2 Calix City Makos
Big Bay Hawks 2–1 Keldax Tridents
Albert-Cross Angels 2–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Game 11
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Calix City Makos 3–1 Big Bay Hawks
Clube de Calix S.C. 0–3 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–4 Albertain Mutants
Larvana Reds 0–2 Sario Storm Chasers
Cortana SC 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
St. Teresa Guardians 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Game 12
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Sario Storm Chasers 4–0 Cortana SC
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Larvana Reds
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–0 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Big Bay Hawks 3–0 Clube de Calix S.C.
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 Calix City Makos
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–1 Keldax Tridents

Game 13
Keldax Tridents 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Calix City Makos 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Clube de Calix S.C. 2–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Voltmorgrad S.C. 5–3 Big Bay Hawks
Larvana Reds 0–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Cortana SC 3–1 Albertain Mutants
St. Teresa Guardians 3–0 Sario Storm Chasers
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
Game 14
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Albertain Mutants 0–0 St. Teresa Guardians
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–6 Cortana SC
Big Bay Hawks 1–1 Larvana Reds
Albert-Cross Angels 1–0 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–3 Clube de Calix S.C.
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Calix City Makos
Game 15
Calix City Makos 1–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Clube de Calix S.C. 4–1 Keldax Tridents
Voltmorgrad S.C. 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Larvana Reds 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Cortana SC 3–3 Big Bay Hawks
St. Teresa Guardians 4–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–4 Albertain Mutants
Pemberton Geckos 1–2 Sario Storm Chasers
Game 16
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Pemberton Geckos 1–4 Albertain Mutants
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 2–2 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
St. Teresa Guardians 3–3 Big Bay Hawks
Cortana SC 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Larvana Reds 0–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Voltmorgrad S.C. 1–2 Keldax Tridents
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–1 Calix City Makos


Stats
Scorers
    1.) Estienne Bescond [ Keldax Tridents ] - 12 G 9 A
    2.) Matthieu Gribelin [ Calix City Makos ] - 9 G / 4 A
    3.) Image Stephen Del Rio [ Calix City Makos ] 7 G / 3 A
    4.) Image Ayaal Ismaat [ Albertain Mutants ] 5 G / 0 A
    5.) Abélard Duclos [ Albert-Cross Angels ] 3 G / 7 A

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SEASON III
Regular Season - Part 2/4


Standings
Standings Presented by Bay Athletics

KHL-1 Season 3 Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Sario Storm Chasers 32 21 6 5 44 23 +21 69
2 Cortana SC 32 19 5 8 52 31 +21 62
3 Clube de Calix S.C. 32 18 8 6 50 34 +16 62
4 Albertain Mutants 32 17 7 8 65 41 +24 58
5 Calix City Makos 32 16 10 6 58 36 +22 58
6 Big Bay Hawks 32 10 14 8 57 49 +8 44
7 St. Teresa Guardians 32 12 8 12 39 34 +5 44
8 New Asgard Mighty Hammers 32 11 8 13 33 43 −10 41

9 Voltmorgrad S.C. 32 10 9 13 39 43 −4 39
10 Albert-Cross Angels 32 10 9 13 19 26 −7 39
11 Keldax Tridents 32 10 7 15 34 46 −12 37
12 Ederfield Grizzlies 32 10 6 16 13 27 −14 36
13 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 32 8 8 16 14 33 −19 32
14 Pemberton Geckos 32 6 11 15 18 32 −14 29
15 Larvana Reds 32 5 11 16 13 27 −14 26
16 Sacula Flats Thunder 32 6 7 19 34 57 −23 25


Games
*Home team listed first
Scores Presented by Odin Insurance


Game 17
Clube de Calix S.C. 3–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Calix City Makos 1–0 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Keldax Tridents 1–1 Larvana Reds
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–1 Cortana SC
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Big Bay Hawks 4–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Albertain Mutants 3–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Game 18
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Albertain Mutants
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Pemberton Geckos 1–1 Big Bay Hawks
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
St. Teresa Guardians 6–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Cortana SC 2–1 Keldax Tridents
Larvana Reds 0–0 Calix City Makos
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–0 Clube de Calix S.C
Game 19
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–0 Larvana Reds
Calix City Makos 5–0 Cortana SC
Keldax Tridents 2–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Albert-Cross Angels 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Big Bay Hawks 0–0 Sario Storm Chasers
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–3 Albertain Mutants
Game 20
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Albertain Mutants 2–2 Big Bay Hawks
Sario Storm Chasers 0–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Keldax Tridents
St. Teresa Guardians 1–3 Calix City Makos
Cortana SC 0–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
Larvana Reds 0–0 Voltmorgrad S.C.

Game 21
Larvana Reds 0–1 Ederfield Grizzlies
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–3 Cortana SC
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–4 St. Teresa Guardians
Calix City Makos 1–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Keldax Tridents 0–1 Pemberton Geckos
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–2 Sario Storm Chasers
Albert-Cross Angels 0–5 Albertain Mutants
Big Bay Hawks 3–5 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Game 22
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Big Bay Hawks
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–2 Albert-Cross Angels
Albertain Mutants 1–1 Sacula Flats Thunder
Sario Storm Chasers 0–0 Keldax Tridents
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 Calix City Makos
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–2 Clube de Calix S.C.
St. Teresa Guardians 1–3 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Cortana SC 1–0 Larvana Reds
Game 23
Cortana SC 2–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Larvana Reds 1–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Voltmorgrad S.C. 2–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Calix City Makos 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Keldax Tridents 0–3 Albertain Mutants
Sacula Flats Thunder 0–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Albert-Cross Angels 0–1 Big Bay Hawks
Game 24
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Big Bay Hawks 3–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 3–0 Keldax Tridents
Albertain Mutants 1–6 Calix City Makos
Sario Storm Chasers 0–3 Clube de Calix S.C.
Pemberton Geckos 2–2 Voltmorgrad S.C.
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Larvana Reds
St. Teresa Guardians 1–3 Cortana SC

Game 25
St. Teresa Guardians 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Cortana SC 1–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Larvana Reds 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
Voltmorgrad S.C. 1–1 Sario Storm Chasers
Clube de Calix S.C. 1–3 Albertain Mutants
Calix City Makos 4–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Keldax Tridents 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Sacula Flats Thunder 1–3 Albert-Cross Angels
Game 26
Ederfield Grizzlies 2–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Albert-Cross Angels 0–2 Keldax Tridents
Big Bay Hawks 3–0 Calix City Makos
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 1–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
Albertain Mutants 1–2 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 Larvana Reds
Pemberton Geckos 1–1 Cortana SC
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Game 27
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
St. Teresa Guardians 0–0 Pemberton Geckos
Cortana SC 1–0 Sario Storm Chasers
Larvana Reds 1–1 Albertain Mutants
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–3 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Clube de Calix S.C. 4–3 Big Bay Hawks
Calix City Makos 2–0 Albert-Cross Angels
Keldax Tridents 1–3 Sacula Flats Thunder
Game 28
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–0 Keldax Tridents
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–5 Calix City Makos
Albert-Cross Angels 1–2 Clube de Calix S.C.
Big Bay Hawks 3–3 Voltmorgrad S.C.
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–1 Larvana Reds
Albertain Mutants 0–1 Cortana SC
Sario Storm Chasers 1–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Pemberton Geckos 0–1 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors

Game 29
Pemberton Geckos 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 0–1 Sario Storm Chasers
St. Teresa Guardians 0–3 Albertain Mutants
Cortana SC 5–1 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Larvana Reds 0–2 Big Bay Hawks
Voltmorgrad S.C. 0–1 Albert-Cross Angels
Clube de Calix S.C. 2–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
Calix City Makos 0–5 Keldax Tridents
Game 30
Ederfield Grizzlies 1–0 Calix City Makos
Keldax Tridents 2–2 Clube de Calix S.C.
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–5 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Albert-Cross Angels 1–0 Larvana Reds
Big Bay Hawks 4–4 Cortana SC
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 0–0 St. Teresa Guardians
Albertain Mutants 3–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 Pemberton Geckos
Game 31
Sario Storm Chasers 1–0 Ederfield Grizzlies
Albertain Mutants 3–0 Pemberton Geckos
New Asgard Mighty Hammers 2–0 St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors
Big Bay Hawks 0–1 St. Teresa Guardians
Albert-Cross Angels 1–0 Cortana SC
Sacula Flats Thunder 3–1 Larvana Reds
Keldax Tridents 1–3 Voltmorgrad S.C.
Calix City Makos 3–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
Game 32
Ederfield Grizzlies 0–1 Clube de Calix S.C.
Voltmorgrad S.C. 4–4 Calix City Makos
Larvana Reds 0–1 Keldax Tridents
Cortana SC 3–0 Sacula Flats Thunder
St. Teresa Guardians 1–1 Albert-Cross Angels
St. Elizabeth Holy Warriors 1–0 Big Bay Hawks
Pemberton Geckos 0–0 New Asgard Mighty Hammers
Sario Storm Chasers 2–0 Albertain Mutants

Estienne Bescond [ Keldax Tridents ] - 12 G 9 A
Stats
Points
    1.) Image Ayaal Ismaat [ Albertain Mutants ] 57 Pts: 17 G / 23 A
    2.) Estienne Bescond [ Keldax Tridents ] - 53 Pts: 19 G 15 A
    3.) Matthieu Gribelin [ Calix City Makos ] - 43 Pts: 15 G / 13 A
    4.) Mineto [ Clube de Calix S.C. ] - 38 Pts: 12 G / 14 A
    5.) Louis Thibodeau [ Big Bay Hawks ] - 34 Pts: 13 G / 8 A

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Ex-Nation

Postby Kep » Fri Sep 08, 2017 2:46 pm

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SEASON III
Announcement


Due to the events of the 13th World Junior Hockey Championships being held in Kebec and specifically in KHL-1 and HL2-used venues, both leagues will go on an international-duty recess during the thirteen days the competition is held, play will resume on September 22nd.




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