Wednesday, October 31, 2012

News From Alaska and Montreal - ie North up

First some news about School Floorball development in Alaska, including a youth tourney. Way to go Alaska...
 But you have to go to the IFF to see this so we do not dabble up some rights here...

7th edition of the Montreal Open - spells real Floorball in America November 3-4, 2012.

Montreal Open 2012 groups and schedule
How it looks like? Well they are on the seventh year and should have some ideas on how to trick that ball around the court. If they have fun? Most likely more than you and I do since we are not going, right ;-).
10 teams are good but I think we know about another place and tourney that sport even more teams in the Mid-West. Hint this year we hope to play in Tomah, WI April 13th - and we must get even more teams onboard.... Let's agree that competition is good..

What's more - well since Canada Cup (in Toronto Dude) next spring celebrate their 10th anniversary - May 2013... Hm maybe we should try to get up there...
In the mean time - cause that is mean time - here is what is up for the Montreal Open...

Elite: Fight Club MTL, Young Guns MTL, Ottawa Blizzard and Toronto
Intermediate groups:
A - Innebandits, Red Zone FC and Ottawa Blizzard 2
B - Franglos IBK, El Fuego and Ottawa Blizzard 1

Saturday November 3, 2012
08:45 Innebandits vs Red Zone FC (i)
09:30 Franglos IBK vs El Fuego (i)
10:15 Young Guns MTL vs Ottawa Blizzard (e)
11:00 Toronto vs Fight Club MTL (e)
11:45 El Fuego vs Ottawa Blizzard 1 (i)
12:30 Red Zone FC vs Ottawa Blizzard 2 (i)
13:15 Ottawa Blizzard vs Toronto (e)
14:00 Fight club MTL vs Young Guns MTL (e)
14:45 Ottawa Blizzard 1 vs Franglos IBK (i)
15:30 Innebandits vs Ottawa Blizzard 2 (i)
16:15 Fight Club MTL vs Ottawa Blizzard (e)
17:00 Young Guns MTL vs Toronto (e)
17:45 Intermediate quarter final A2 vs B3
18:45 Intermediate quarter final B2 vs A3

Sunday November 4, 2012
08:30 Intermediate placement 5-6 losers qf
09:30 Intermediate semi A1 vs winner QF2
10:30 Intermediate semi B1 vs winner QF1
11:30 Elite semi 1 vs 4
12:30 Elite semi 2 vs 3
13:30 Intermediate final
14:30 Intermediate bronze
15:30 Elite final
16:30 Elite bronze

/Thank You Eero
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Research suggest that eye-injuries are more common in Floorball as compared to Tennis, but less common as compared to Squash (similar to Racquetball).
To minimize this risk of injury Floorballcentral recommend: Use certified protective eye-wear (mandated in many European areas for the youth). Do not lay down on the court. Follow the rules strict on stick height.

Also if you get addicted to this sport - do not blame us!