Fall Season Wrap-Up
Posted by: Hugo Braun on Wed Jan 08th 2014 6:32pm
Despite the worst regular season record in North Coast history, the Men In Black dispatched themselves well in the playoffs with two wins, including knocking off the number one seed, before falling to the number two seed by a goal.
Final North Coast Fall Season stats leaders:
Scoring - A-Train (Lindsay Aspegren) 19 points, PMac (Paul McCreadie) & Mucho Grande (Dave Grand) 16 points each
Goals - A-Train 11 goals, The Hammer (Gregg Hammerman) 8 goals
Assists - PMac & Mucho Grande 10 assists each & Mad Dog (Craig Hysong) 9 assists
Game Winning Goals - A-Train, PMac, Mucho Grande, Sweeps (Mike Braun) & Woody (Scott Wood) 1 GWG each
Pat Kurth: "I Would Never Let this Happen to My Team!"
Posted by: Lindsay Aspegren on Wed Oct 16th 2013 11:40am
Coasties Rumored to be Looking for New Team Manager
Posted by: Lindsay Aspegren on Tue Sep 24th 2013 1:45pm
AP (Ann Arbor) - Five games into a winless Fall 2013 Season and North Coast (0-4-1) is rumored to be looking for a new team manager to replace Mike Braun. The front runner among hot stove aficionados is John Zoidberg, who was most recently a discredited candidate for becoming the CEO of HP. Braun was not available for immediate comment.
For further background information on Doctor John A. Zoidberg clink his link.
Three Coasties Win Summer Championships
Posted by: Hugo Braun on Mon Sep 02nd 2013 12:41am
Several Coasties played on loan to other teams during the summer in order to improve their chances of getting regular playing time in the upcoming fall North Coast season. Players on loan included A-Train (Lindsay Aspegren), LaxBro (Darren Millman), T-Bone (Tom Bonnee) and Hugs (Hugo Braun). A-Train's Leafs earned the summer D2 championship, T-Bone's Yaks captured the summer D1 crown and Hugs' Variety Die & Stamping took the spring/summer Golden Masters championship.
Leafs Win Spring D-2 Championship
Posted by: Lindsay Aspegren on Fri Sep 06th 2013 4:06pm
Ann Arbor - In a game which was out of reach from the beginning, the Leafs soundly beat Ashley's Aventius 5-0. The Leafs scored 3 goales in the first 10 minutes and never looked back.