Game of the Week

Anshu is 7 steps ahead of Cherie. This doesn't bode well for Math.

Anshu is 7 steps ahead of Cherie. This doesn’t bode well for Math.

So the Game of the Week is the game with the two undefeated teams. We all knew the Hookers would be undefeated since they didn’t play Fresh Kills yet, but this is the first time Math’s been 2-0 in their history. (Unless they’ve done it before…how the hell should I know?!?) (Emeritus Note: It happened in 2013.  You know, last year!  Ladies and gentlemen, let’s hear it for our esteemed Editor-In-Chief, Rich Glanzer!)

Keys for Hookers: 

After touring all 10 provencher's of Canada, Jason Eitel is set to make his season debut.  Here he takes a picture with me and a special ed adult.

After touring all 10 Provenchers of Canada, Jason Eitel is set to make his season debut.
Here he takes a picture with me and a special ed adult.

Well we know “HE” is back for the Rehabs but what about Jason Eitel? Did he retire from the league after being named Championship MVP? The answer is no, because we don’t name a Championship MVP…though that’s a pretty good idea. Truthfully, the Hookers are so stacked that if they are missing 2-3 guys it really doesn’t matter. For the Hookers to win they should play a patient game and not let Math feed off of their emotion. Math is going to want this game more than the Hookers, so the champs should just settle the game down and make this game about skill. 

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I’ve won several Fairy Tale Cups, a few Barnacle Bowls and the McCarran Park Cup, but nothing compares to the thrill of when I switched teams after I was eliminated, and won the 2010 Rose Charity Tournament. It’s great because you can check someone and when they get mad you just say, “It’s for charity bro.” Then she gets up and understands. So pay for the charity, and play for the glory!

It's the Rose Charity! This charity goes so that Rachel, Diane and Becky all get roses since their cheap ass boyfriends never get them any. Or it may go to fund a physical rehab center in Cambodia, a project that provides land-mine, cleft-lip and palate and eye surgery, as well as educational support and holistic physical rehabilitation. But pretty sure it just goes so they get flowers.  Either way, its a lot of hockey for a cheap price and for a good cause.

It’s the Rose Charity! This charity goes so that Rachel, Diane and Becky all get roses since their cheap ass boyfriends never get them any.
Or it may go to fund a physical rehab center in Cambodia, a project that provides land-mine, cleft-lip and palate and eye surgery, as well as educational support and holistic physical rehabilitation.
But pretty sure it just goes so they get flowers. Either way, its a lot of hockey for a cheap price and for a good cause.

Every week we bring you the 3 Stars of the week. Being that Derk and myself are heels, sometimes we are going to bring you the Not 3 Stars. Today is one of those days. If you get one of them, it means though we like you, you have failed at hockey.

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Every girl hockey player but Noelle. On the BTSH stats page Noelle is the leader for the ladies of BTSH with 3. 12 are tied with 1. (Suz is one of the 12 and hers was an empty net so that should really only be worth a half)

Every girl hockey player but Noelle. On the BTSH stats page Noelle is the leader for the ladies of BTSH with 3. 12 are tied with 1. (Suz is one of the 12 and hers was an empty net so that should really only be worth a half) Regardless, pick it up ladies!

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When historians talk of BTSH, Week 2 of the 2014 season will certainly be remembered. Heroes were aplenty, but only 3 shall be named. In short…there were too many heroes.

Even a girl may get a star this week. No promises though.

Even a girl may get a star this week. No promises though.

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Trust Us, This Was A Clean, Friendly Game With Absolutely No Incidents

Jo-ann's in MMA now?

Jo-Ann’s in MMA now?

Happy Little Elves 3, Gremlins 2
Happy Little Elves: Boris Grinberg (3), Luisa Mirarchi (1), Rob Walsh (4)
Gremlins: Rod Sherwood (1), Alison Shilling (1)
Goalie Win: Steve Accardi (1)

Corlears Hookers 5, What The Puck 1
Corlears Hookers: Noelle Safar 3 (3), Gavin Kearney 2 (2)
What The Puck: Justin Michaliga (1)
Goalie Win: Amriel Kissner (Free Agent)

Fresh Kills 4, Tompkins Square Riots 2
Fresh Kills: Scott Lee (1), Nick Scott (1), Dave Sokolyansky (1), Tyrannosaurus Rex-n-Effect (1)
Tompkins Square Riots: Jack Watson 2 (3)
Goalie Win: Patrick Barch (2)

LBS, Inc. 5, Denim Demons 2
LBS, Inc.: Karsten Pichon 2 (4), Luke 2 (2), Ken Poulin (1)
Denim Demons: Lee Reiners (1), Zack Tinkelman (1)
Goalie Win: Tim Brown (2)

Cobra Kai 5, Dark Rainbows 4 (OT-SO)
Cobra Kai: Peter Gallina 2 (3), Liam Martens 2 (2)
Dark Rainbows: Josh Wilson 2 (2), Jennie Brown (1), Bryan Harris (1)
Goalie Win: Steve Accardi (via Happy Little Elves)

Gouging Anklebiters 5, Mega Touch 3
Gouging Anklebiters: Alex Derhohannesian 3 (3), Courtney Butler (1), Charles DeFranco (1)
Mega Touch: Eric Devlin 2 (2), Alex “Coop” Eben Meyer (1)
Goalie Win: Craig LaCombe (1)

La Famiglia 6 , Gut Rot 0
La Famiglia: Denis Miciletto 3 (4), Ben Bloom (2), Jenna Cruff (1), Hugh McKee (1)
Shutout: Tim Kayiatos (2)
Game Notes: Two games in, and La Famiglia still hasn’t allowed a goal.

Rehabs 3, Sky Fighters 2
Rehabs: Nick Barretta (2), Ramy Odeh (3), Rob Blandi (2)
Sky Fighters: Mark Bloom (1), Luke Wang (1)
Goalie Win: Anthony “He” Romeo (1)
Game Notes: He’s here.

Mathematics 2, Poutine Machine 1
Mathematics: Brad Schmidt (2), Sam Norris (1)
Poutine Machine: Jeff Ruel (1)
Goalie Win: Dave Liang (1)

Butchers 5, Filthy Gorgeous 4
Butchers: Jeff Laniando 2 (2), Arthur Revechkis 2 (2), Arnold Sanchez (1)
Filthy Gorgeous: Sunny Mehra 2 (2), Dana Kravis (1), “Gentleman” James Pereira (1)
Goalie Win: Tim Burke (1)

Please submit any corrections to derek@btsh.org