Blue Streak- Playoffs Ahead
Posted by: Jared Overeem on Thu Apr 02nd 2015 12:23pm
The Bulldogs are now the hottest Team in the AHL, Winning 5 of their Last 6. Jack J-Ho Horowitz makes Bulldog history by Having the most Goals, Assists and Points in a single bulldog season, Racking up his last point of the season with a Hat Trick. The Bulldogs can only hope his scoring streak continues into the playoffs.
And now the Topic that has been on everyone's minds, story here is the Bulldogs Goaltender situation. On one hand you have Arguably the best Goaltender in The AHL Division 6 Louie Mastrangelo who has brought home 2 Aviator Cups for the Bulldogs, and Statistically never lost a Bulldogs Blue Playoff game while in net- And on the other hand you have Mike AKA (Nate The Great) who brought home the last Aviator Cup for the bulldogs in double overtime, Is this Years Winter classic Champion, Has not lost a regular season game this season and Is on the hottest current streak in the AHL. For Days the Bulldogs Brass and coaching staff have been back and forth with who to play in the first round single elimination playoff game coming up next week. After a long discussion, the decision has been made. Mike will be starting in net next Wednesday!
Bulldogs defeat the defending champs
Posted by: Jared Overeem on Thu Mar 12th 2015 7:08pm
Good signs for the Bulldogs as they defeat the defending champs The Lords. There seems to be a new found Bulldog chemistry in the locker room, on the bench and on the ice. With 3 games to go the Bulldogs are chasing the last spot in the A Rink conference 2nd spot out of 2 .... which would land them in the 4th and final playoff spot
On other exciting news Bulldogs Alumni who now requests to be known as
"The Player Formally known as Jean Piere Roulette" was in the stands today. When interviewed by press "The Player Formally known as Jean Piere Roulette" said: The Team looks good, it was a good win. Best of luck to the bulldogs. "The Player Formally known as Jean Piere Roulette" quickly escaped the Cameras and mysteriously vanished.
Stars of the Game
1) Albert Mizrahi 1 Goal 1 Assist
2) Rich Sherron 1 Goal
3) Mark Kern 1 Goal
The Bulldogs Are Back
Posted by: Jared Overeem on Fri Feb 27th 2015 7:47pm
The Bulldogs are looking good on their longest winning streak of the season. The Real story tonight is Rookie Joey Kubie Gets his First and second AHL Goal of his career as well as the number one star of the game. The Brooklyn Bulldogs may have found a replacement for their top scorer Jean Pierre Roulette. only time will tell. Joe DeAngelo and former Bulldog Ewin Drantivy dropped the gloves tonight in a a heated battle behind the bulldogs net. In the post game interview Joe stated that he was not going to allow an opponent any where near his Goalie , even if they did share bunk beds at one time. The Captain Jared Overeem Scored the game winning Goal which they are showing as one of the top 10 plays of the week on sports center.
Stars of the Game
1) Joey Kubie 2 Goals 1 assist
2) Jack J-Ho Horowitz 2 Goals 1 assist
3) Jared Overeem 2 Goals
Bulldogs On Track
Posted by: Jared Overeem on Tue Feb 24th 2015 10:57pm
The Bulldogs have a way to go but find themselves on a 1 game winning streak. The First winning streak of the season. They are now 2 wins away from 500 and have a full head of steam after Wednesday nights win against the rebels. All lines were clicking, Chris ruck seemed especially himself having 12 blocked shots. Ruck has not looked this good since the 2014 Fall season. He has recently been seeing the team psychiatrist about his nightmares about game 7 of the finals last season. His recurring dream ... falling to block the shot in overtime but the puck goes straight through his body into the net. shortly after all the bulldog fans stone him with hockey pucks to his death.
Stars of the Game
1) Joe DeAngelo 1 Goal 1 Assist
2) Lou M..... 36 saves
3) J-Ho 2 Assists
Drowning Bulldogs are in Trouble
Posted by: Jared Overeem on Thu Feb 12th 2015 11:50am
The Bulldogs are underwater and cant seem to catch their breath. 4-1 loss to the defending champions last wed night left the bulldogs in a 0-3 hole this season. For the first time ever late in the 3rd period "Fire Overeem" Chants were heard in the crowd. In NY, your only as good as your last win as far as the fans are concerned, and GM Overeem is feeling the heat. Coach Overeem is desperately trying to find lines that work.. In the post game conference, The coach was asked if he thinks hes still the right guy for the job, He may know how to coach a winning team, but how about this new Bulldog team?
Coach Overeem: "Its definitely something we are not used too, I think we are all frustrated... The Players, the Fans, and me. We had a similar start last season ... 1-4-0 in the first 5 games.. and we went to The Final.. This team is going to figure things out, we just have to work harder."
The critics are saying that the era of the winning Bulldogs are over. Most agree that the GM knew this when the Bulldogs couldn't hold on to their franchise goal scorer and points leader Jean Pierre Roulette. The Gurreries may not have shown it in the stats box, but they played an important chemistry roll on the Bulldogs..
The twitersphere was abuzz with discontent after the loss:
Mastranjello311: "When you break up an Aviator cup team and start changings parts and players, it just isn't the same..."
Dagostinowitz445: "The Bulldogs are done, The whole Ferri - Overreem Reunion is nothing more then a Marketing and publicity stunt. They are Dinosaurs and they cant be serious... Its time to clean slate, free up that salary cap for new young players. New captain please!"
Bearismycopilot2: "Bring Back JV in net! "
Bulldogs Next Game:
Bulldogs Vs Rebels