Saturday, November 6, 2010

S.V.C.U. Pillage Raiders 7-4...

Chris "Lanks" Zamzow.
Pat "Crusher" Morden made the very best of his season debut. Showing that there is more to his game than the "Punishing  Power Forward" moniker, Morden bulged the twine twice, and was an offensive threat all evening. Falling just short of his first "Hat Trick" in numerous seasons, it is apparent that Morden's commitment to off-season running and dry-land training should provide huge dividends this season. Leading by example, the veteran forward wanted to start the season on the right foot, despite his oldest boy's  escapades with the Everett Silvertips.
Also making his season debut, Chris "Lanks" Zamzow provided some huge minutes on the back end. Resorting back to the 3 man system, "Lanks" 6 plus minute shifts, although falling just short of sophomore standout "Dancing" Danton Ashcroft's 8 minute shifts, provided some much needed rest for veteran rearguard Craig "Zdeno" Zamzow. This proved beneficial, as the elder Zamzow continued to keep his scoring streak alive. Adding the perfect mix to the "Zamzow "defensive cocktail, one time feisty forward Kevin "Special K" Kopecky provided stability and poise on the blue line, allowing the run and gun game of the brothers Zamzow to shine.
Silky smooth center men  Brian "The Thrill" Gilroy, playing in his third consecutive game of the season, continues to impress . Scoring one , setting up three, it looks like he may  be making a run for the league scoring title this year.
There appears to be some movement on the SVCU player depth chart. With both Brian "Magic Man" Minish and Rob "Blogmeister" McDonald continuing their somewhat surprising scoring streaks, and rookie Wade "Booster" Cable scoring his first, the battle for bottom dominance looks to be shared by Derek "D.H." Holtom and Mark " Man Handler" Munro. When asked about this current situation, Director of Player Personnel and former SVCU PIM leader Dave "Did I cut Ya" Bettesworth had some words of warning.  " Our current roster situation is always under very close scrutiny, under no circumstances should a player consider himself untouchable or irreplaceable ! "
Concerned Director of Player Personnel Dave "Dr.Death" Bettesworth.

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