Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Met League plans final showcases of season







All 18 MET North Teams will compete in this years’ final showcase of the season this weekend. The showcase will be held at Iorio Arena in Walpole, MA along with the AJHL showcase. The event will be hosted by the Walpole Express.

Each game will consist of 2 – 25 minute halves and all games will count towards the league standings. With many teams fighting for a playoff birth and teams battling for position in their division, this weekend will be packed with high intensity.

The 10 MET South teams will be having their own showcase in Charleston, SC. It will be hosted by the Charleston Wolverines. Each team will compete in cross division play with the same format as the North Division (2 – 25 minute halves)

The race is close in the MET South as well. Who will finish first in the Florida Division? Jacksonville or Space Coast? Will the Wolverines catch Team Carolina for the third and final playoff spot in the Central Division? All these questions will be answered this weekend.

Select games in the MET South Showcase at Charleston, SC can be seen (for a nominal charge) at http://www.livehockey.com/. Click the "Live Games" tab each day to see which games will be available. John Meissner of the Space Coast Hurricanes will provide the play-by-play of the webcast games.

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