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  • Top 10 is a nightly countdown show on the NHL Network of anything hockey, from great performances to memorable moments, some of the most dramatic events in NHL history are ranked. It airs weekdays at 6 PM.
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The League: Season Two
The League: Season Two
Suit up for Season 2 of The League, the hilarious fantasy football comedy that elevates humiliation to an art form. After a wild road trip to Vegas to kick off the draft, the season hits its stride as Taco finds a toilet seat made out of cocaine, Ruxin goes to outrageous lengths to meet an NFL player, and Pete fashions a league loser's trophy from a bull's privates. Keep your head on a swivel for guest stars like Chad Ochocinco, Terrell Suggs and Josh Cribbs - plus unrated bonus features that go so far out of bounds, the censor must have swallowed his whistle!

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Romford Raiders
Romford Raiders
WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS v ROMFORD RAIDERS October 7 1993 Welcome to Romford Raiders in the second game between the clubs in the Southern Cup, and they have already beaten us 9-4, writes Karl Goebel. CHIEFTAINS - 1 James Grindlay 4 Shaun Cyr 7 Gary McGeorge 8 Karl Rogers 10 Rick Smith 11 Tony Cimelli 12 Jamie Deamer 14 Mike Whitelaw 15 Mark Norfolk 16 Adam Anderson 17 Mickey Keen 18 Phil Donovan 19 Karl Goebel 20 Jason Forster 30 Terry Bagley. RAIDERS - 1 Jim Graves 3 Danny Marshall 4 Marcus Cast 5 Richard Tomalin 7 David Smith 9 Brad Scott 10 Terry Kurtenbach 11 Jim Wonnacott 12 Ronnie Evans-Harvey 14 Tari Suwari 15 Ben Pitchley 16 Rob Stewart 17 David Bankoske 18 Shaun McFadyen 21 Nicky Iandoli 31 Paul Cast 55 Simon Thomerson. WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS 9 ROMFORD RAIDERS 5 December 19 1993 I would like to welcome Romford Raiders - believe it or not, this is the first league match between the two sides this season, writes Karl Goebel, player/coach. Both sides have met several times this season in exhibition and challenge matches with Romford dominating and winning every game. Hopefully the Chieftains can change that this evening with a victory. MATCH REPORT Both sides were forced to ice with only two imports, Chieftains minus player coach Karl Goebel. It was Romford who started brightest, taking a 3-1 first period lead through Richard Tomalin, Rob Stewart and Marcus Cast - Karl Rogers repaying for Chelmsford. The second period was a different story with Chieftains dominating. Goals from Rick Smith (2), Karl Rogers, Drew Chapman and two shorthanded markers from Mickey Keen handed Chelmsford a 7-4 lead, Terry Kurtenbach scoring for Romford. Chieftains defended solidly throughout the final period and snatched further goals from Sean McFadyen and Man of the Match Keen before Ronnie Evans-Harvey scored a late consolation for the Raiders, but too late as Chieftains cruised to an important League victory. MEDIA VIEW Chieftains provided their fans with probably the biggest thrill of the season when they defeated local rivals Raiders, writes John Castle. It came just four days after Chieftains had battled to a deserved 4-4 draw at Romford in the second leg of the Essex Challenge Cup, and means Chieftains have pulled further away from the bottom of the Southern Conference. The victory also knocked Raiders off second spot in the table and the match was a great success for Chieftains imports Rick Smith 2+2 and Mickey Keen 3+2 but player-coach Karl Goebel was unable to enjoy the celebrations - he was struck down with 'flu. Chieftains made their customary poor start and were 3-1 down at the end of the first period. But Raiders, still without two imports after infringing BIHA transfer regulations, capitulated in the second period, which they comprehensively lost 6-2. Chieftains are without a game until December 20 when they entertain Redskins, by which time they hope to have Goebel back fit again. CHIEFTAINS - 1 James Grindlay 4 Drew Chapman 1+0, 5 Gary McLoughlin 7 Gary McGeorge 8 Karl Rogers 2+0, 9 Shaun McFadyen 1+1, 10 Rick Smith 2+2, 11 Tony Cimelli 14 Matt Giles 15 Mark Norfolk 16 Adam Anderson 17 Mickey Keen 3+2, 18 Phil Donovan 19 Karl Goebel 20 Jamie Randall 0+1, 30 Terry Bagley. RAIDERS - 1 Liam Lehuyen 3 Danny Marshall 4 Marcus Cast 5 Richard Tomalin 7 Scott Wright 9 Brad Scott 10 Terry Kurtenbach 11 Jim Wonnacott 12 Ronnie Evans-Harvey 14 Tari Suwari 15 Ben Pitchley 16 Rob Stewart 17 Dave Bankoske 18 Mark Stripp 21 Bradley Beck-Hill 31 Paul Cast 55 Simon Thomerson. WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS v ROMFORD RAIDERS March 6 1994 This evening we welcome close neighbours Romford Raiders for tonight's League fixture, writes Dudley Hird. A tough game for Chieftains with points vital to both sides. Raiders are almost certain of one of the three play-off places and are looking to finish as runners-up to Slough Jets. Top quality Canadian players in this team with forwards Brad Scott formerly with Victoria Cougars in the Western Hockey League and Dave Bankoske, more the play-maker, out of college hockey with Notre Dame fighting Irish both over 100 points in their first season in British hockey. Two of the very best defencemen in this country are player-coach Terry Kurtenbach, now in his eighth season in Britain, having spent the previous seven in Nottingham and Rob Stewart who shares blue-line duties with Terry. Terry is certain to be in the final squad selected by Alex Dampier for the World Championships. Well done Tari Suwari for his first ever hat-trick last weekend.Ever popular with crowds and much happier playing forward, Ronnie Evans-Harvey is having a very good, season and this fast-skating forward is reaping the benefits of playing with a top side . Raiders have always had a very good youth hockey policy and many are playing tonight with the most experienced being forwards Richard Tomalin and Marcus Cast. Paul Cast, GB U21 International, is one of the top young net-minders in Division One and has had a variety of back-
Guildford Flames
Guildford Flames
WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS v GUILDFORD FLAMES September 26 1993 I would like to welcome to Riverside Guildford Flames - this is the second meeting in the Autumn Trophy, writes Karl Goebel. With three new imports, Guildford have gotten off to a good start in this 1993-94 campaign. I would also like to welcome netminder Jamie Grindlay to the club who last year played for Lee Valley Lions and will be a welcome addition to Chieftains. CHIEFTAINS - 1 James Grindlay 4 Shaun Cyr 7 Gary McGeorge 8 Karl Rogers 9 Dave Greenland 10 Rick Smith 11 Tony Cimelli 14 Mike Whitelaw 15 Mark Norfolk 16 Adam Anderson 17 Mickey Keen 18 Phil Donovan 19 Karl Goebel 20 Jason Forster 30 Terry Bagley. FLAMES - 6 Billy Rawles 7 Gary Cloonan 8 Chris Wilson 9 Mike Urquhart 10 Ryan Campbell 15 Andrew Sparks 16 Paul Thompson 18 Robert Frieson 19 Darren Zinger 20 Danny O'Hanlon 21 Mike Kellond 29 Dave Wilson 30 Danny Thompson 77 Barrie Aisbitt. WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS 4 GUILDFORD FLAMES 11 October 16 1993 Tonight will see the third meeting between Flames and Chieftains this season, writes Mick Jordan. Flames had an excellent start to the season due mainly to the high scoring of import duo Ryan Campbell and Robert Frieson. Their overseas quartet is completed by blue liners Paul Thompson and ex-Richmond Flyer Darren Zinger who has returned to the Spectrum following a successful first year in Guildford. Flames are led by ex-Chelmsford supremo Mike Urquhart, now player/coach with Guildford and joining Mike from the Chieftains is Danny O'Hanlon. Flames will be looking to the up and coming talent of Chris Wilson and Andrew Sparks this season as well as experienced players such as Gary Cloonan and Dave Wilson. Guildford also boast two talented netminders between the pipes ex- Nottingham Panther Danny Thomson and Mike Kellond. MATCH REPORT A dismal home defeat. CHIEFTAINS - 1 James Grindlay 4 Shaun Cyr 7 Gary McGeorge 8 Karl Rogers 10 Rick Smith 11 Tony Cimelli 12 Jamie Deamer 14 Mike Whitelaw 15 Mark Norfolk 16 Adam Anderson 17 Mick Keen 18 Phil Donovan 19 Karl Goebel 20 Jamie Randall 30 Terry Bagley. FLAMES - 6 Billy Rawles 7 Gary Cloonan 8 Chris Wilson 9 Mike Urquhart 10 Ryan Campbell 15 Andrew Sparks 16 Paul Thompson 18 Robert Frieson 19 Darren Zinger 20 Danny O'Hanlon 21 Mike Kellond 29 Dave Wilson 30 Danny Thompson 77 Barrie Aisbitt. WAVETECH CHIEFTAINS 7 GUILDFORD FLAMES 4 January 2 1994 Flames, now in their third season, are a team Chieftains already know very well, writes Mike Jordan. This season has seen fluctuating fortunes at the Spectrum as Flames sit mid table, a position they will undoubtedly be looking to improve by the close of the season. Flames squad is built upon a strong import quota and some shrewd British signings. Returning to Flames this year are forward imports Ryan Campbell and Rob Frieson who both finished with impressive points tallies last term. Also signed in ex-NHLer and prolific scorer Fred Perlini who iced in Streatham last season and is one of the most dangerous and experienced players in British hockey. Defensively Flames are not exactly lacking in experience in the shape of former Nottingham and Romford and current GB international Terry Kurtenbach. Terry is Flames' player/coach and is joined on the blue line by the ever impressive Paul Thompson, another player to return to the Spectrum this season. Guildford's goalminding duties are placed in the safe hands of ex-Chieftain John Noctor and Dean Russell-Samways whilst another former Riverside favourite, Drew Chapman, has also moved to the Spectrum. Former Streatham and Basingstoke forward Nicky Iandoli adds strength to the Flames forward line and the emergence of talented young players such as Ben Challice, Andy Sparks and Billy Rawles has certainly helped strengthen the Flames' squad. Completing the Guildford line-up are two smart acquisitions in the shape of former Oxford City Star Paul Donohoe and more recently former Milton Keynes defenceman Andy Allan. MATCH REPORT Two nights after Blackburn Hawks were shot down it was the turn of Flames to fall at the hands of the rejuvenated Chieftains, writes Mick Jordan. Dave Flanagan's form continued as he swept a further five goals past Flames' John Noctor. It was however the in-form Flames who swept to a 2-0 first period lead with goals from Fred Perlini and Rob Frieson. Chieftains pulled a goal back at 17.35 thanks to a powerplay strike from Flanagan. Karl Rogers levelled the scores at 2-2 just four minutes into the second period, then both sides traded goals, Nicky Iandoli and Frieson netting for Guildford, Flanagan replying for Chieftains to leave the visitors with a goal lead after two periods. The third period saw Chieftains turn the game as their defence tightened, completely shutting out Flames' attack. Rogers notched his second of the night to level the scare once more at 50.05. Flames still applied pressure but the outstanding Marc Dowd was not to be beaten as he denied the

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