Sun-Aug-20, 2017
8:00 at Iceland
panthers
vs.
li-bruins
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8:00 at Newbridge
ice-dogs
vs.
step dads
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Spring 2010 Playoffs

Long Island Cup Spring 2010 Championship Games

B League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top]
Championship Game
B6 - Red Light Bonanza - North Stars thump Tremblays Pub 9-1 to defend B crown
Needing a period to rev their hi-octane offense, the North Stars showered Tremblays in the second and third periods to cruise to the B League championship 9-1. The Stars defended their fall championship and raised the LI Cup for the second time.

After closing the first period 1-0, the North Stars scored four times each in the last two periods to pull away from a Tremblays Pub squad that needed to play from in-front. With each goal the Stars undid the Tremblays defense with relentless pressure and pinpoint passing. The Stars scoring was again led by B League MVP Vin Hellemeyer. Hellemeyer scored twice and assisted on two others. Steve Cavalarro and Ryan Drudy also each chipped in with a pair.

Winner's Bracket
B4 - "Hell" Yeh! - Hellemeyer's second propels North Stars past Klash 6-5 in OT
B2 - First Strike - North Stars zip past Lightning 9-5
B1 - Paulie OT - Klash-B sneak past Tremblays Pub 3-2 in overtime
Loser's Bracket
B5 - Jump on His Back Fellas - Tremblays Pub flush 4-1 Klash-B behind Parrella's tour-de-force
B3 - Another Round - Tremblays Pub down Lightning 2-1
Wildcard
B0 - Out to Sea - Tremblays Pub dispatch Storm 4-0
C League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top]
Championship Game
C5 - Top Boss - Boss Crokers come through again, vanquish Phantoms 9-3 to defend C championship
Breaking open a tight game middle of the second, Boss Crokers skated away from the Phantoms 9-3 to defend their Fall C League crown. With the championship win, Boss Crokers avenged their playoff loss to the Phantoms last spring. This latest LI Cup win is the Boss Crokers fifth.

Shortly after the Phantoms closed to 3-2 with 7:11 remaining in the second, Boss Crokers exploded for four goals in 3 1/2 minutes to essentially seal the win. The first, and game winning, tally of the four goal barrage come from the stick of C League MVP Will Villena. Villena had a stellar playoff run. He scored in each Croker playoff game and seven times overall. Chipping in, Dan Sambriski and Steve Vitararos each scored twice for Boss Crokers.

C4 - Not This Time - Boss Crokers again open big lead, but survive furious Phantoms rally 8-6
Winner's Bracket
C2 - Deja Vu all over Again - Phantoms-LCF ride 3rd period onslaught to zoom past Klash-30 7-3
C1 - Blitzkrieg! - Phantoms-LCF unleash seven goal 3rd period barrage to shellshock Boss Crokers 11-7
Loser's Bracket
C3 - Crunch Time - Boss Crokers batter and bruise Klash-30 9-3
Wildcard
C0 - Too Much - Phantoms-LCF wear down Grizzlies 6-2
D1 League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top]
Championship Game
D7 - Reversal of Fortune - Mayhem flips script, upends Scorpions 5-1 to recapture D1 crown
With two second period powerplay goals, Mayhem seized control of this winner-take-all and stonewalled the Scorpions 5-1 to reclaim the D1 title they let slip away last fall. With the championship win, Mayhem captured their third LI Cup, all in spring seasons, in their fifth consecutive championship appearance.

After trading powerplay goals early in the second, Frank Ingrebretsen broke the tie with a decisive powerplay tally. He deftly maneuvered through the slot to secure a 2-1 lead with four minutes remaining in the second. Ingebretshen soon followed with the backbreaking third goal with just 20 second left in the period. Mayhem controlled the third period and stretched its lead including an insurance goal from D1 League MVP Ryan Parnell. Parnell led Mayhem in scoring with five goals during this championship run.

D6 - Flip of a Coin - Mayhem mugs Scorpions 6-2 to force winner-take-all
Winner's Bracket
D4 - Cream - Scorpions back in championship game with 5-2 dismissal of Court Officers
D2 - Quick Start - Scorpions jump out early and cruise past Ice Hogs 7-4
D1 - Arresting Defense - Court Officers collar Mayhem 6-2
Loser's Bracket
D5 - Order Restored - Mayhem subdue Court Officers 4-1
D3 - Pulled Pork - Mayhem barbeque Ice Hogs 9-3
Wildcard
D0 - Three Card "Bia"-Monte - Court Officers cuff Hex-D 6-2 behind Biamonte's three
D2 League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top]
Championship Game
DD4 - No Doubt - Morkmen extinguish LI-Stars 6-3 to capture D2 crown
Surviving a shaky first period, the Morkmen gained control in the second and comfortably put away the LI-Stars for the team's first D2 championship. The D2 title is the organization's second LI Cup, backing up their E1 championship last spring.

The Morkmen initially appeared well on their way, scoring twice early to lead 2-0 five minutes into the match. They, however, abruptly lost their bearings middle of the first. Shortly after the Stars narrowed to 2-1, the Morkmen incurred back-to-back four minute penalties. Needing someone to steady the club, D2 MVP Joe Leone took over the match. The defenseman backboned the successful killing of the eight penalty minutes. He then spearheaded the offense with a goal and assist in the second as the Morkmen re-established form and cruised to the D2 championship.

Winner's Bracket
DD2 - All Work - Morkmen mince Redrum 11-4
DD1 - Riflemen - Morkmen shoot out the Stars 12-3
Loser's Bracket
DD3 - Star Bright - Marino shines, nets four as LI-Stars axe Redrum 8-5
E1 League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top]
Championship Game
E4 - March to Glory - Minutemen ambush Blue Thunder early, roll to E1 crown 6-2
Storming the 'castle' from the onset, the Minutemen blitzed Blue Thunder early and coasted to a 6-2 E1 championship win. With the victory, the Minutemen won their second spring title in as many years and secured the organization's third LI Cup.

It took the Minutemen only 45 seconds to snatch the lead they never relinquished. Setting the tone was E1 MVP Chris Vogel. Vogel, who tallied seven of the Minutemen's seventeen playoff goals, deftly fed a streaking Rob MacIntosh Jr who buried the first of his two on the night. The Minutemen then scored thrice more in the next seven minutes with Vogel capping the early barrage with a lengthy rush and finish. Blue Thunder twice closed to within three, but the Minutemen responded each time to restore their comfortable working margin and their recent title winning ways.

Winner's Bracket
E2 - Capt Ricochet - Overtime bankshot thrusts Minutemen past Panthers 6-5
E1 - "Weather" Men - Minutemen outlast Blue Thunder 5-4
Loser's Bracket fr
E3 - Stormy Weather - Blue Thunder declaw Panthers 8-3
Wildcard
E0 - Round Up - Blue Thunder corral Outlaws-E 8-1
E2 League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top]
Championship Game
EE7 - Why We Play the Games - East Coast completes the improbable, topple Stingers 4-2 for E2 title
In an epic battle, East Coast rendered the unexpected with a hard-earned 4-2 E2 championship upset of the favored Stingers. In the victory, East Coast completed the unlikely loser's bracket journey and secured their second LI Cup title.

This nip-and-tuck match dripped with intensity and drama. East Coast jumped to an early 2-0 lead but the Stingers suddenly tied it with two markers sixty seconds apart early second. Like Balboa and Creed, the teams swapped prime scoring chances, outstanding saves, physical defense, and indefatigable effort. East Coast nudged ahead on a slick top shelfer from Scott Saturn early in the third but held on dearly as the Stingers swarmed. East Coast netminder Seth Fass (aided by a couple of friendly pipes) would not yield the equalizer, and it was only after a supreme effort from E2 League MVP David Hee netted the insurance tally could the ECoasters grasp the gold ring. Hee scored twice in this decisive game and netted nine total in the championship run.

EE6 - Down goes Frazier! - East Coast stun Stingers 5-4 to force winner-take-all
Winner's Bracket
EE4 - Rollin' On - Stingers pique East Coast 5-2
EE2 - Defused - East Coast resist High Voltage 4-3
EE1 - Early and Often - Stingers swarm Rage 11-4
Loser's Bracket
EE5 - Back for More - East Coast quell Rage 6-2
EE3 - Circuit Breaker - Rage trip High Voltage 5-3
Wildcard
EE0 - Hitmen - Rage rub out the Mob 4-1
3D League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top]
Championship Game
3D5 - Title Tested - Rams repeat with emphatic 7-3 beat of Sharks
Flashing their playoff hardened form, the Rams seized an early lead and rode it to the 3D championship 7-3 over the Sharks. The Rams repeated their Fall '09 3D title by again emerging from the loser's bracket to wear the crown. With this latest championship, the Rams have now won the LI Cup four times in the past five seasons.

The Rams title march was backboned by netminder 3D League MVP Ed Nowak who, through the first period, stretched his scoreless period streak to seven. By the time Nowak yielded a biscuit, the Rams had built a 3-0 lead and quickly increased it to 6-1 soon after the Sharks first goal. The Sharks battled gamely to close to within 6-3 but eventually could not threaten the Rams. In this decisive match, the Rams Rob Farello notched a hat trick and Rob Brooks netted two.

3D4 - Bucked! - Rams bait the Sharks 3-0 to force decisive game
Winner's Bracket
3D2 - Circling the Boat - Sharks whitewash Rams 4-0
3D1 - Blood in the Water - Sharks chomp Klash-40 6-3
Loser's Bracket
3D3 - Old Time Hockey - Rams prevail 1-0 over Klash-40 in rough-n-tumble tussle
Wildcard
3D0 - Late to Dinner - Sharks score thrice in 3rd to bite Banshees 3-2
3E League [box scores] | [draw] | [back to top] dd>
Championship Game
3E4 - Special K - Bucs fend off Tribe 7-4 to win 3E crown
Riding their big guns to the finish, the Bucs wore down a scrappy Tribe squad to secure the 3E title 7-4. The hardfought win was the Bucs first LI Cup in four years and seventh overall.

The Bucs could not shake the Tribe for the first two periods. While never trailing, they could not put away the determined Tribe. And, when the Tribe scored 90 seconds into the third, the Tribe closed to just 4-3. Needing a boost, up stepped 3E MVP John Kannegeiser. Just nine seconds after the Tribe scored their third goal, Kannegeiser took control of the subsequent face-off, matriculated through the Tribe defense, and threaded a sweet pass to a wide-open Keith Kowalsky. Only eight seconds later, Kannegeiser duplicated his prior rush to plunder the Tribe's fleeting hopes.

Winner's Bracket
3E2 - The K-Man Can - Kannegeiser's trick leads Bucs past Tribe 5-1
3E1 - Sneak Attack - Tribe surprise Blues 4-0
Loser's Bracket
3E3 - Hanging On - Tribe deny Blues 2-1
Wildcard
3E0 - Mouse Trap - Tribe dispense Rats 5-2