Thank you to everyone that came out Sunday evening to cheer on the award nominees and celebrate the end of the 2018 season.  Here are the winners.

The winners of the 2018 BTSH Awards!

BTSH Regular Season Scoring Champion – male

Mike T from Fuzz

The plan is simple. Stop this guy.

BTSH Regular Season Scoring Champion – female

Cherie S from Rehabs

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Fuzz defeated Cobra Kai to win their second PBR Cup Championship in franchise history!

2018 PRB Cup Champs!

Mega Touch pulled off the upset against the Dark Rainbows to win the first annual Schlitz Cup!

2018 Schlitz Cup Champs!

Congrats to both teams!

Filthier (4) vs. Cobra Kai (1)
by Donnie Shulzhoffer and Doug McLeod

Disclaimer: We have absolutely no association with this league. The BTSH Media was so desperate for content, they hired two people off the internet. Neither of us know what street hockey is nor how to count, especially when it comes to calculating your pluses and minuses.

“This is hockey, OK? It’s not rocket surgery.”

So somehow a Division 3 team ended up as number 1 in the league by achieving an impressive 16-0-2 record. Let’s take a moment to recognize that feat. But let’s also take a moment to point out that Will G. thinks shootouts are a joke, and yet, the CK/Biters shootout is what led CK to this point.

Reasons They’ve Made It This Far:
Pound for Lb, these teams seem pretty evenly matched. With both teams relatively close in total goals CK (61) and Filthy (58), it could come down to solid defense and goaltending. And lucky for Will, there are NO shootouts in the semis. For the entertainment portion of this piece we wanted to provide you all with the best.ever. (did that sound biased?) shootout video since you won’t get this on Sunday. [Continue Reading…]

‘Who cares about a trophy made out of empty beer cans?  I’m all about a keg full of beer.  Give me the Schlitz!’ – James P. of Filthier

We couldn’t agree with you more, Senior Guapo.  Celebrating a championship with a keg of Schlitz beer to fill up and slosh around in solo cups while telling tales of the season’s campaign is much better than an empty cup.  If Filthier ends up losing to Cobra Kai then James just might be sporting Wes’s mug across his chest.

Tompkins Square Riots at Mega Touch
‘Decisions are made by those who show up.’ – West Wing, TV Show

Games are also decided by those that show up.  Last week the Riots were a bit depleted and borrowed spare parts from WTP and Rehabs to face a well-attended Dark Rainbows squad.  Suz’s offensive explosion in the first half kept her team in the hunt, but it wasn’t enough to pull out the W.  If the Riots can get more looters to show up this Sunday then they might be able to force a rematch in Final.

Mega Touch has been pretty damn impressive this season and the three Award Nominations they received prove it(!).  Alex’s move back move to defense, Shelly’s emergence as a future league star and Julie’s leadership have this team trending in the right direction.  They too would like another shot at the Dark Rainbows and a chance to take keg stands from the Schlitz Cup.

Prediction: the Riots take an early lead off of a Kevin Z goal, but Joe outhustles everyone on a breakaway late in the second half to set up an Alok goal that propels Mega to the Schlitz Final. [Continue Reading…]