Inaugural Season

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Major League Roller Hockey - History
... the suspension of Roller Hockey International (RHI) for the 1998 season, Major League Roller Hockey was founded in 1998 in Alexandria, Virginia by entrepreneur ... The inaugural season featured two franchises from the suspended RHI (the Anaheim Bullfrogs and Buffalo Wings) and 18 new franchises, with 11 in the United States, one in Canada and six in the United ... Vultures, former Roller Hockey International leading scorer, finished the inaugural season leading the league in goals (79), assists (79) and points (158) ...
Saint Louis Athletica - History - Inaugural Season
... place in the league for the first two months of the season, even after they started winning ... to be their star player, Brazilian Daniela, to a season-ending injury, and this combined with the slow start made many people write Athletica off ... However, Athletica went 10-4-2 the rest of the season, even better than the eventual season champions Los Angeles Sol during that same time period ...
Massillon Tigers - History - 1900s - Inaugural Season
... Day 1903, the Tigers avenged their only loss of the season against Wooster College with a 34-0 score ... robbed by a corrupt official in their inaugural game ...
Bradenton Marauders - Inaugural Season
... The inaugural game ended in 18–3 Bradenton victory over the Fort Myers Miracle ... The Marauders finished their 2010 Inaugural Season with a 76–62 record and led the league in runs, batting average, on-base percentage and on-base plus slugging, and they also finished fifth (out of ...
Frisco RoughRiders - RoughRiders' Timeline - 2003 Season
... April 3 RoughRiders sell out inaugural Season Opener September 26 RoughRiders set attendance records during inaugural season Dr Pepper/Seven Up Ballpark witnessed 675,620 fans come through the ...

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