Sunday Roller Hockey Championship Series

Once each year in June, our group will play for the Sunday Roller Hockey Cup.

The teams for the night will be chosen in advance, as usual.  However, the Championship Series captains will be the two players with the best overall scores for the season in Game +/-.  If one or both of those players cannot play in the Championship Series, then the next best player(s) will take their spot as captain.

The player with the best +/- will pick first and select one player.  The second place player in +/- will get the next two picks.  Each person will then pick two players at a time until the process is finished.

If two or more players are tied in game +/-, the tie will be broken as follows: 1. Head To Head Record  2. Regular Season Assists  3. Regular Season Goals  4. Random Coin Toss

If the tied players are tied for 1st place and not 2nd place, they will be considered co-winners of the Commish's trophy and the tie breaker for the 1st pick will be: 1. Head to Head Record  2. Random Con Toss.

Goalies for the night will not switch teams between games.  Instead, they will be a part of the player pool from which the captains will be choosing.  Obviously, once a captain selects a goalie they cannot select the other goalie.  This means that the other captain can wait to select their goalie until their last pick.

The player with the best +/- can elect to allow the player with the second best +/- to make the first selection and therefore make the next two selections for themself.  Whichever captain makes the first selection will be the captain of the white team, with the team making the second and third selections wearing dark colored jerseys. The captain picking 2nd/3rd will be able to choose one player that the 1st picking captain is "stuck with."

The Sunday Roller Hockey Cup will be awarded to the team that wins the Sunday Roller Hockey Championship Series.  The series will break down as follows:

Game Number One: Regular forty minute game.  Each team will defend the goal closest to their bench. 

Game Number Two: Regular forty minute game.  Each team will defend the goal furthest from their bench.

Game Number Three: Ten minute mini-game.  Each team will defend the goal closest to their bench.  This game is NOT sudden death.

Shoot Outs: Any game ending in a tie will be decided by an NHL style shoot out with three players shooting per side.  The shoot out works exactly the same as an NHL shoot out in that if the score is tied after each team has attempted three shots, the teams will alternate shots in a sudden death format and must use every skater on their bench before the first shooter can make another attempt.  In any shoot out the the team captained by the Commish's Trophy winner may elect to shoot first or second.  Each team's captain must set their shoot out orders immediately after the conclusion of regulation play.  It is their responsibility to make sure that the score keeper has the correct information and to inform the referee that their team is ready to begin.  During the shoot out, only the two goalies, the one active shooter, and the referee are allowed to be on the playing surface.  All other players must remain completely inside their bench.

  • The last minute of one goal games goes to a stop time format.
  • Each team is allowed one sixty second time out per game.
  • All players that win the championship will be credited with one bonus night played on the call list.
  • I will need you to give me your vote for the Conn Artist Trophy as the MVP of the series via text message as soon as possible after the series.
  • We will have the winning team take a picture with the Sunday Roller Hockey Cup immediately following the series.

Who is eligible to play?

The regular call list is not used for the SRH Championship Series.  Instead the call order will be determined by raw games played during the recently completed season.  First, I will determine who the goalies will be based on goalie games played during the recently completed season.  In the case of a tie, the goalie who is highest on the regular call list will win out.  The goalies who didn't make the cut will have their goalie games played applied to their total skater games played.  The top 16 skaters in terms of games (not nights) played in the recently completed season will play in the Sunday Roller Hockey Championship Series.  In the case of a tie, the skater who is highest on the regular call list will win out.  There will be no random player drawing for the Sunday Roller Hockey Championship Series.


Past Sunday Roller Hockey Championship Series Results

Please go here to see all the past championship teams.

*Please note that championship box scores beginning with the Late 2008 season are found with the rest of the box scores under the "All Statistics" link to the left.  Just go to the last box score for the appropriate season.

Early 2008 Championship Series

Dark Wins 2-0

Game #1     Final Score: 5-4 Dark (Shoot out)

No Penalties

Dark Goalie: Jon Henry     White Goalie: Mike Phillips

 

Dark Skaters

Goals

Assists

Don Hoffman

0

1

Scott Kincaid

0

0

Ryan McArthy

1

0

Joe Miller

0

1

Mason Mocabee (Captain)

1

1

Jeff Ponder

0

0

Billy Price

1

0

Justin Wilson

1

0

The Dark Team shot first in the shoot out.

 

Shoot Out Round

Shooter

Result

1

Ryan McArthy

Goal

2

Mason Mocabee

No Goal

3

Jeff Ponder

No Goal

4 (Sudden Death)

Joe Miller

No Goal

5 (Sudden Death)

Billy Price

No Goal

6 (Sudden Death)

Don Hoffman

Goal

7 (Sudden Death)

Scott Kincaid

Goal

 

White Skaters

Goals

Assists

Dan Crouse

0

2

Steve Edler

0

0

Steve Fogle

0

0

Scott McGillicuddy

2

0

Jason Miller

0

0

Deno Okain

1

0

Brian Soule (Captain)

1

1

Mike Teasdale

0

1

The White Team shot second in the shoot out.

 

Shoot Out Round

Shooter

Result

1

Mike Teasdale

No Goal

2

Brian Soule

No Goal

3

Dan Crouse

Goal

4 (Sudden Death)

Deno Okain

No Goal

5 (Sudden Death)

Steve Edler

No Goal

6 (Sudden Death)

Steve Fogle

Goal

7 (Sudden Death)

Scott McGillicuddy

No Goal

Game #2     Final Score: 4-1 Dark

No Penalties

Dark Goalie: Jon Henry     White Goalie: Mike Phillips

 

Dark Skaters

Goals

Assists

Don Hoffman

1

0

Scott Kincaid

0

1

Ryan McArthy

0

0

Joe Miller

2

1

Mason Mocabee (Captain)

0

0

Jeff Ponder

0

0

Billy Price

1

1

Justin Wilson

0

0

 

White Skaters

Goals

Assists

Dan Crouse

0

0

Steve Edler

1

0

Steve Fogle

0

0

Scott McGillicuddy

0

0

Jason Miller

0

0

Deno Okain

0

0

Brian Soule (Captain)

0

0

Mike Teasdale

0

0

Late 2007 Championship Series

Dark Wins 2-1

Game #1     Final Score: 4-3 White

Dark Goalie: Jon Henry     White Goalie: Mike Phillips

 

Dark Skaters

Goals

Assists

Steve Edler

1

0

Joe Haman

0

0

Nate Hendin

1

0

Removed

0

0

Joe Miller

0

1

Steve Noonan

0

1

Billy Price

1

0

Chris Vreeland

0

0

 

White Skaters

Goals

Assists

Steve Fogle

0

0

Don Hoffman

0

0

Scott Kincaid

0

0

Jason Miller

0

0

Deno Okain

1

1

Chris Reichert

1

1

Brian Soule

1

0

Mike Teasdale

1

1

Game #2     Final Score: 6-3 Dark

Dark Goalie: Jon Henry     White Goalie: Mike Phillips

 

Dark Skaters

Goals

Assists

Steve Edler

0

1

Joe Haman

0

0

Nate Hendin

0

1

Removed

1

0

Joe Miller

3

0

Steve Noonan

1

0

Billy Price

1

3

Chris Vreeland

0

0

 

White Skaters

Goals

Assists

Steve Fogle

0

0

Don Hoffman

0

1

Scott Kincaid

0

0

Jason Miller

1

0

Deno Okain

1

1

Chris Reichert

1

0

Brian Soule

0

0

Mike Teasdale

0

0

Game #3 (10 Minute Mini-Game)     Final Score: 2-0 Dark

Dark Goalie: Jon Henry     White Goalie: Mike Phillips

 

Dark Skaters

Goals

Assists

Steve Edler

0

0

Joe Haman

0

0

Nate Hendin

0

0

Removed

1

0

Joe Miller

0

0

Steve Noonan

0

0

Billy Price

1

0

Chris Vreeland

0

0

 

White Skaters

Goals

Assists

Steve Fogle

0

0

Don Hoffman

0

0

Scott Kincaid

0

0

Jason Miller

0

0

Deno Okain

0

0

Chris Reichert

0

0

Brian Soule

0

0

Mike Teasdale

0

0

Early 2007 Championship Series

White Wins 2-0

Game #1       Final Score: 10-3 White

Dark Goalie: Scott Kincaid      White Goalie: Jon Henry

 

Dark Skaters

Goals

Assists

Joe Haman

0

0

Don Hoffman

0

0

Jason Miller

0

0

Joe Miller

1

0

Mason Mocabee

2

0

Jeff Ponder

0

2

Brian Soule

0

1

Chris Vreeland

0

0

 

White Skaters

Goals

Assists

Chris Dolan

2

2

Steve Edler

3

0

Steve Fogle

1

1

Scott McGillicuddy

0

0

Deno Okain

1

1

Billy Price

0

3

Chris Reichert

2

2

Justin Wilson

1

0

Game #2     Final Score: 11-9 White

Dark Goalie: Jon Henry      White Goalie: Scott Kincaid

 

Dark Skaters

Goals

Assists

Joe Haman

0

0

Don Hoffman

2

3

Jason Miller

0

0

Joe Miller

0

2

Mason Mocabee

6

0

Jeff Ponder

1

2

Brian Soule

0

2

Chris Vreeland

0

0

 

White Skaters

Goals

Assists

Chris Dolan

5

2

Steve Edler

0

1

Steve Fogle

0

0

Scott McGillicuddy

0

2

Deno Okain

2

1

Billy Price

1

0

Chris Reichert

1

1

Justin Wilson

2

0