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2018 Spring Season Schedule
Week # 8
Saturday, February 24
BYE - Blues Brothers
All Over-30 players are reminded that final registration balances are now due. Please see Kellie to take care of your balances.
Zero Tolerance Policy
Zero Tolerance Policy
To all players in the Over-30 League:
This is a reminder that the league has a “Zero Tolerance Policy” in effect. When you participate in the league you acknowledge that it’s your responsibility to be respectful of all players, referees, scorekeepers, administrative support individuals and the facilities.
You are responsible for your actions, stick, and emotions at all times. The following are (some) examples of actions that will not be tolerated (along with minimum possible suspensions) and will lead to disciplinary action up to and including suspension along with possible expulsion from the league:
Verbal abuse of referees, players, scorekeepers and league administrators (misconduct, game misconduct, minimum of 1-2 games suspended)
Any physical contact with a referee, timer or administrator inside or outside the facility (misconduct, game misconduct, minimum of 2-3 games suspended)
Throwing or slamming of sticks (minimum of unsportsmanlike conduct, misconduct or game misconduct and possible suspension)
Defacing or damaging the facilities (minimum of misconduct, game misconduct and suspension)
Abuse of facilities (minimum of game misconduct, 2-3 games suspended)
Any intent to injure occurrences (minimum of match penalty, game misconduct and suspension)
All incidents are reviewed by the League Director with input from the Board of Directors and all decisions are final. There is no appeals process.
Over-30 Board of Directors
Spring 2018 Pink Stick Bag Challenger
The 12th Pink Stick Bag Challenger for the spring 2018 season will be Ray Dow. Ray's challenge is to score 5 goals during the spring 2018 season.
Pass the challenge and win a $50 Gift Card… along with a “PASSED” patch for your jersey Ray just like Dan Broderick, Scott Young, Tony Bono, Angelo Deluca and Nick Romano.
Fail and like many who have failed before you… carry the Pink Stick Bag for an entire year and get a “FAILED” patch for your jersey, like Jim Barber, Matty Iannello, Tony Medeiros, Tony Mastrocola, John Mastrocola and Naz.
You can read the recap of Ray's weekly updates and progress by clicking on the Pink Stick Bag Challenge webpage.
Over-30 League Announcements
The Over-30 league has now set up an official league e-mail address and going forward you will be receiving league correspondence from this new e-mail address. Any e-mails sent to the current misterman05@hotmail address will still be received. Please note that the primary form of communication by the Over-30 league will be via e-mail (sorry Nick Romano and Ray Nickerson). The new email address will be:
Another fresh new idea from Assistant Director Naz will be a new raffle whereby during the spring season you can purchase a raffle ticket for a chance to win 2 Red Sox tickets,as supplied by a generous benefactor of the Over-30 league.
a single raffle ticket will cost you $5, or you can purchase 3 tickets for $10
Tickets will be available to purchase at the start of the spring season up until the beginning of April.
50 / 50 Raffle Tickets
50 / 50 tickets will also be on sale during the spring season with the winning raffle ticket being drawn in early April.
Only $1 to purchase a winning ticket.
See the Assistant League Director or the League Director to purchase your raffle tickets.
This week’s Dunkin Donut winnergoes to Rick Cassanoof Trojan Horse. The Over-30 Paisan Brotherhood co-member looked very impressive in his game as he factored in just about every goal his team scored, assisting on four the goals they scored. Rick’s speed and passing were on full display throughout his game as his hustle and quick thinking helped break open a close game in the second and third periods.
FIVE GUYS PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2-17-18
This week’s Five Guys awardwinner goes to Mauro Coluccielloof Fool’s Gold. Playing in only his second game after being out of medical IR, Mauro helped ignite his team to break out and end his team’s four game losing streak by scoring the game’s first goal early in the first period, then add another goal late and set up the key insurance goal. Inspired by a pre-game pep talk, Mauro took that to heart and played hard all game with a solid all around effort.
DUNKIN DONUT PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2-10-18
This week’s Dunkin Donut winnergoes to Gary Goodwinof Team Cherry. Yes, you are reading this correctly, Gary Goodwin! Gary was the impact player for his team as he ignited a three goal outburst in the third period that turned a tie game into a convincing win for his team. Gary scored 2-goals and added 1-assist to factor into three of the four goals his team scored. For this week, Stonehands the runaway truck was Goal Scorer Sniper hands. On a side note, for one week we also didn’t hear Gary use his famous @%*& expletive at any time while on the rink.
FIVE GUYS PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2-10-18
This week’s Five Guys awardwinner goes to Coleen O’Connellof Fool’s Gold. Colleen played solid defense all game, played a lot of minutes, broke up the Portuguese Connection multiple times in the game and made sure to keep the scoring chances to the perimeter. She just needs to work on stop giving Jamie the ball so much with an opposing player right behind him.
DUNKIN DONUT PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2-3-18
This week’s Dunkin Donut winnergoes to Matty Iannelloof Maybe One. Most week’s this award goes to the player who has the most points and impact in their game. Every so often other factors come into play. Matty did have a major impact on his team winning the game by scoring 2-goals (including the game winner in overtime) as well as setting up 2-goals. But it was his game strategy and in-game adjustments that also stood out as he outcoached his opponents captain in this game.
FIVE GUYS PLAYER OF THE WEEK 2-3-18
This week’s Five Guys winnergoes to Jason Carrien of Team Cherry. For this week we are calling this the Five Guys Tough Guy award. Jason didn’t make the game sheet for points; rather he showed his toughness and durability by returning to the rink for overtime after taking a high stick that cut him above his eye. Wearing a Jim McMahonish headband made up of hockey tape above his eye, Jason played the entire overtime and helped inspire his team to earn a much needed point in the standings. Finally, the Over-30 league had it “Willis Reed moment.”
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