Friday, December 24, 2010

SVCU down Swan River Action (Stampeder Black Aces) 8-5...

 A fast paced, end to end game, resulted in the veteran SVCU club securing an 8-5 win over a young exuberant Swan River Action/Roblin North Star/ Swan Valley Stampeder combined roster. With three time league All- Star and current wing eating champion Craig "Hot and Spicy" Zamow on vacation in Florida, SVCU management  was  forced to make some last minute call ups. On loan from his parent club (commonly known as a conditioning stint) Everett Silver tips rookie defense men and wonder boy prodigy Evan "Man Boy" Morden made his season debut. Also called up, from the Swan Valley Stampeder AA Midget roster , younger sibling Riley "Wrist Shot" Morden, filled in admirable as the teams prototypical "Power Forward."  The younger Morden possesesing the skill, skating agility, and grit of not to be mistaken current team , mucker and proud  father of  both  Pat " Crash" Morden, scored in his sophomore debut.
Skating beside veteran blue liner Blaine "Soup Dog" Campbell, the twin towers averaged out at 6'3 - 220 lbs. Warren "Wheels" Gray , the third D-man in the rotation, had another strong outing, providing SVCU with a quick transition game, and two timely goals.With Morden filling in on the back end, Kevin "Special K" Kopecky was penciled in down the middle. Heeding the advice from teammate and resident nutrition and fitness guru Mark " Make mine a double" Munro, the magic continued for Kopecky, as he went on to register his first official hat trick since 1988.
History was in the making , as all three of the Morden Men registered a goal. Not since Gordie skated with his sons Mark and Marty, has this feat been duplicated.

Merry Christmas to all, and see ya in the rink in 2011!

1 comment:

  1. Another great season in the books, well done Blogmeiser. Pleased to report the club's fan club has grown by two members after I recruited Donald and Goofy while at Magic Kingdom.

    Nice to see you could overcome my regular 16 turnover nights. See you in the corners.