Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Current Forecast 2014 Midwest Floorball Championship...

The weather looks good....

This is roughly how it looks today - April 2nd.. 2014
(as teams sign-up directly via Tomah Parks & Rec the real list may contain more teams since we do not have this information updated - there could therefore indeed be more teams)

Recreational/Intermediate teams that we for sure know has signed-up so far.
A) Roshun a southeast MN team with WI mixed talent  - a brand new team
B) St Paul Saints a St Paul constellation based upon well known players from St Paul
C) Superheroes 2.0 a new version of last years team from Tomah. This team might possibly have 2 open spots.
D) Patriots last year Recreational winners from Tomah with an updated crew
E) Minneapolis Lakers, a strong combination from MN
F) We know Randy puts together a team from Tomah too - but do not have the name at this point (they do have a sharp goalie)
G) Wisconsin CRUSH is a wausau/mosinee/appleton WI team and a new combination

A) YOU9TED, is a new mix with players from WI, CO, OK and possibly one or two from the east or west coast too
B) Minneapolis Floorball, an updated version and a better team than ever before we think
C) Chicago Innebandy, the most successful team in Tomah, we have not seen their sign-up yet but they have announced their participation so we expect that the sign-up is mailed in
D) All Nuts, A new team from Tomah upgraded from the previous team 2 Oaks and nuts

OK Registration is not closed until in two weeks time - if we have 1-3 more teams in the recreational/intermediate group we might break loose the 4 best rated teams to play in a separate Intermediate conference.

Hold out as the dust settle in 13 days time we will know more exactly the final count of teams - we know for sure at least one more previously mentioned team - that we have not listed above.

If you read this and have not signed-up yet - either get your team together fast as lightning - or contact us via ulfjens(a) - do replace brackets with the a-bun or the mail will bounce back... and we might even be able to engineer yet another team...

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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!