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Slammers Take on Crimes for Turf War Crown!

[17 Jun 2014 | No Comment]

This Saturday night at the Midwest Hockey Complex at Queeny Park the St. Louis GateKeepers will crown the 4th Turf War Champion and it will be the first time ever that a team captures its second title!
The South Grand Slammers come into the bout as heavy favorites having gone undefeated in the regular season.  Their 4 – 0 record includes two wins over the challenging Crimes.  The season opener back on December 14th saw the Slammers beat the Crimes by a score of 189 – 94.  Then, on March 22nd …

Rockets Take on Crimes in Match-up with Playoff Implications!

[24 Apr 2014 | No Comment]

This Saturday, the Midwest Sports Hockey Complex will be the place to be as the Dogtown Rockets take on the RiverFront Crimes in a match-up that is likely to determine who plays the South Grand Slammers in the Turf Wars Championship on June 21st.
To say the RiverFront Crimes (0 – 3) have had a rough year is an understatement.  The departures of Holden U’Backs and Bagel Insanity coupled with injury issues have really caused the Crimes to struggle coming off last years’ Turf Wars Championship run.  None of the Crimes …

Four GateKeepers Play Major Role In Team USA Success At First Men’s World Cup!

[28 Mar 2014 | No Comment]

On March 14th-16th, Team USA traveled to Birmingham UK to take part in the first Men’s Roller Derby World Cup.  It was an opportunity for men’s roller derby to show the world how quickly it has developed and the teams in attendance did not disappoint! 
Fifteen countries were represented in the tournament and all of them displayed the comradery and sportsmanship that has been the hallmark of both men and women’s roller derby.  Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Canada, England, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Japan, Netherlands, Scotland, Sweden, United States and Wales all …

Slammers pummel Rockets 255 – 100!

[27 Feb 2014 | No Comment]

The South Grand Slammers defense established dominance over the Dogtown Rockets early in a match that was chippy from the start and included some extremely physical play by both squads.
The Slammers and the Rockets both entered the evening with something to prove.  The Slammers historically had not fared well against the Rockets and looked to take control of the standings while the Rockets looked to prove that this was not a rebuilding year with the influx of new talent.  By the end of the night, the Slammers showed that they …

Rockets Face Off Against Slammers for Control of First Place!

[18 Feb 2014 | No Comment]

Rockets Face Off Against Slammers for Control of First Place!
This Saturday, February 22nd, the Dogtown Rockets take on the South Grand Slammers in a battle to determine who will have sole control of 1st place in the rankings.  Both teams currently sit undefeated at 1 – 0, but after the dust settles one of these teams will have a blemish on their record.
The Rockets are coming into the bout hot off a 156 – 135 win over the Crimes back on January 25th.  It was a big win for the …

Rockets down Crimes 156 – 135!

[27 Jan 2014 | No Comment]

The Midwest Sport Hockey Complex was hoppin’ on Saturday night as the Rockets and Crimes clashed in a rematch of the 2013 Turf Wars Championship match.  A bout that saw the Rockets initiate some new blood on their way to a 156 – 135 win over the Crimes!
Each team had a big question mark going into this game.  For the Rockets it was a question of how they would handle all the retirements from last season and the addition of a crew of rookies to their game plan.  The Crimes …

Crimes Take on Rockets in Rematch of 2013 Championship!

[22 Jan 2014 | No Comment]

This Saturday, January 25th, the Turf Wars continue at the Midwest Sports Hockey Complex in Queeny Park as the RiverFront Crimes take on the Dogtown Rockets in a rematch of last seasons Turf Wars Championship bout!
The Rockets take to the track for the first time this season and they bring with them a new look team.  The retirements of Poppa Choppa, Stiv Thunders and Zombie Jesus mean the Rockets will be looking for less-experienced players to make that pivotal step into the core of the Rockets’ blocking rotation.  Along with …