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Through the first two games of the regular season fans of the Newcastle Fighters have more questions than answers as the team searches for their first regulation win. After overcoming Stoney Brook in a back and forth game that saw the Fighters give up their lead on three separate occasions. With two minutes left in the third and trailing by two goals the Fighters miraculously tied the game with two goals in 30 seconds to eventually win the game 6-5 in the shootout off of the hat trick tally by Yassine Hutton. 

 

The following night was much of the same story against the Rocky Mountain House Timberwolves albeit with a less fortunate outcome. Newcastle managed to go up on their opponent on five different occasions, each time pissing the lead down their leg before the Timberwolves put home the first consecutive tallies of the game by one team to win the game 6-5 in overtime. 

 

In speaking with coach ncik after the game he wanted to reiterate that it’s still early in the season and the only freaking out will be from the media trying to find a scoop. 

 

“Look both games played out odd. You don’t often see a team manage to drop a league like it’s apart of their gameplay. We’ll make the on ice adjustments and try to find what works best for our group. There’s a lot of new personnel on the ice level and in the press box for this team, we’re all trying to get a feel for our identity as a team.” After almost a year hiatus, this is Coach ncik’s return behind the bench as well as his right hand man, general manager Wick Schozen. After both games Schozen could be found the Ringside Lounge, the bar atop of the Newcastle Ice Dome, but could not be reached for comment. 

 

Game 1 of season 14 saw fans lay witness to ten players making their debut with the team seven of which are rookies. The Fighters will be skating quite a young team this season. The average age of their starting lineup is only 23. The team’s youth movement is spearheaded by the offseason signings of a pair of 21 year olds, center Raft Bugri and defensemen Louis-Felix Depatie. Ahead of the first game the team announced that Bugri would lead the team as captain this season, with Depatie assisting. 

 

Recently signed goaltender Belel Langlet, 19, started the first two games of his career. The young goaltender had generated a lot of buzz before agreeing to terms with Newcastle at the end of last season. Langlet was coming off a stellar season in the Finnish junior league when Newcastle selected him with the 4th pick of the first round of the SHL draft in season 12. The following season he forwent his final two years of juniors to turn pro, making great strides in his game in the second tier Swedish league. Yet his first two outings left fans questioning Coach ncik’s judgement to announce Langlet as the teams starter before the season over the teams veteran star goaltender Aziz Fraunholz. 

 

“The fans are going to voice their opinion,” ncik stated “we have passionate fans here in Newcastle, it’s not lost on my mind that without them I couldn’t make a living doing what I love and my wife wouldn’t be able to spend all my money on whatever pair of shoes or handbag she swears she needs. It’s just I made the call and I’m going to stick with it, if it doesn’t work out I am going to have to answer to them and ownership come the end of the season. Aziz is going to be in tomorrow against Portland and win or lose, Langlet is going the next night.”

 

Newcastle’s last management group probably listened to the fans a little too much, an example of which would be fan favorite Kola Lukstins, the 29 year old fighter signed to the unmovable 400k three year deal. An obviously risky deal considering he has a bar stool at the Ringside bronzed in his honor. A bit of spine in the coach and general manager could be a good change of pace for a team that hasn’t reached the GHL in seven season’s and has never finished above 7th in the SHL, being relegated twice in that span. 

 

 

The Fighters take on Portland tonight in a game where they are hoping to continue to progress towards finding their on ice identity. On The Ropes will continue our coverage right here in the forums until team ownership gets us our own press release. 

(Originally posted April 8th in Game Plan Hockey Manager forums)



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A trade broke on the morning of day 12 which saw the Fighters solidify the depth of their bottom six, but leaves questions about the teams commitment to their youth movement. Newcastle shipped out promising winger Sergey Chadov, 22, along with a pair of black aces in Declan Buzzell and Paddy Cranston. In return Newcastle received the services of a pair of 36 year old forwards Zack Page and Charles E.L Deziel from the Coquitlam Sea Hawks. 

 

GM Wick Schozen would not go on the record as he was seen leaving the Ringside Lounge. The bartender, who returned in the morning to see Schozen still there, relayed to us that Schozen, in his words, spent the night making sure the deal remained consistently hydrated so to blossom into a transaction. 

 

Chadov is coming off a season where he put up 7 points in a limited 9 game showing after the front office change of the Fighters, leaving many to expect he could build off of that for a strong year this season. Coach ncik had spoken briefly about Chadov after the Fighters morning skate. 

 

“I’m happy with the return we received. Our issues on the defensive side of the puck couldn’t be fixed with a patient approach in a timely manner.” ncik explained. "Seeing Chadov go is not ideal, we thought he could really make an impact this season, but we are looking at the big picture. We aren’t trying to develop a losing culture here with this team and you have to give to receive.  I’m happy with the two players we are receiving, I like what they will bring to our team both in the room and on the ice.”

 

This is the first midseason trade Wick Schozen has been able to complete for the Fighters since being named the teams general manager. Fans at the end of last season will recall the report of Schozen standing outside Mountain Lakes Cougars arena in the rain Raniero Grossi to take star center Rushan Shuldeshov with him to the GHL. Schozen would not shed any light on the events of that night but did get a statement across about this mornings transaction

 

“I'm excited to see what two guys with children can do on a team full of kids."

 

 

This all took place after the Fighters were able to capture their first regular season win over the season in a 5-2 victory over the Missanabie Wasps last night. It was the first game this season we got a chance to see how well the Fighters can perform. Newcastle outshot their opponent 29-22, but it was their offensive possession that really set the tone.

 

“It's nice to finally get a win in regulation.” Captain Rafet Bugri said after the game. “This was our first game we really bought in as a team and stuck to the script, the boys earned their beers tonight.” 

 

Yassine Hutton opened the scoring two minutes into the first to further his league leading goals total. He later assisted an insurance goal by defenseman Marius Hirt to move back into sharing the league lead in points with Nottingham Panthers defenseman Erkan Finkelstein.

 

 

None of the players were aware that this morning's deal had started being worked out by Schozen after the team fell to the Portland Tigers 7-2 the night before. The game exposed the team's glaring lack of defensive support through their forwards it was clear a change had to be made before the season stumbled out of control. The newcomers Deziel and Page will be in the lineup tonight against the Parkville Kinsmen who are still trying to achieve their first win of the season.

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Winning streak snapped, a fight with a strip club bouncer and someone get the man a cigarette

Sometimes you just have to roll with the punches. After allowing a short handed goal on the opening power play and then surrendering three unanswered goals to the Nottingham Panthers, the last of which became the game winner in a 5-4 loss, the real disappointment for Newcastle seemed to be in the events after the game. Coach ncik decided he wanted the players to get a good night's rest before tomorrow's game, so the team chose to book a hotel in town. Some of Newcastle's young core chose to use this opportunity to take in Nottingham's nightlife before the bus went wheels up to head towards Timagami the following morning. A night intended to be an escape from hockey clearly went off script. When the beat writers here at On The Ropes came into the office this morning there were reports waiting at our desks about how the young core in reference found themselves bunking up for the night in Nottingham’s County Lockup. 

 

The group was lead out on the town by defensemen Elvin Finchman and Andre Mcevoy, 23 and 22 years old respectively. Both players, whom frequent the scratch box in the stands, have found a regular shift in the lilineuphile injuries to two top 4 defensemen have sidelined Isaac Crimmins and Marius Hirt. But the trouble for the gang last night (and worrisome for fans) arose in the tag along crew of 19 year olds Ricky Sundvall and Belel Langlet and team baby, last season's first round draft pick, Hektor Langstrom, 18.

 

Allegedly Finchman got into a scuffle with a bouncer at the Leaning Ladies establishment because he wouldn’t allow the underaged players to enter the club. When the Nottingham Sheriff's department showed up, just like their on ice counterparts showed these Newcastle players earlier in the night, this was not a good night to be a member of the Newcastle Fighters.

 

"I told them that I’m doing them a favor,” Sherif Pinkee told OTR "a loss to Timagami tomorrow night and they’ll have far worse headlines in the papers than what they’re going to be reading on the bus tomorrow. I can’t imagine management is going to come down on them too hard since there is already a member of management in the slammer for the night.” 

 

That was not a figure of speech by the Sheriff, the jail bound Fighters found GM Wick Schozen already making accommodations in the Nottingham county jail when they arrived. Schozen was seen leaving the game half way through the third. No one can blame him for that, fans could have witnessed a more inspired performance from a bum claiming he needs money to feed his children while standing outside a liquor store than what was displayed on the ice. Schozen found himself in a similar situation, albeit with a different disagreement of a Nottingham establishments policies.

 

“Look all I wanted to do was go to the bar, have a drink and a smoke before we blaze the night train to Tamagami.” Schozen left the arena before the announcement was made that the team would be staying in town “Look players don’t smoke on the bus like they did back in the '80s, heck even the '90s. If there’s snow on the ground that means it’s hockey season and if it’s hockey season that means I’m under a lot of stress and riding the buses a lot. I don’t want to be shivering to smoke a god damn cigarette. All I wanted to do was try what the local watering hole had on tap and smoke a cigarette.”

 

Schozen found himself taken in when he refused to oblige the bars no smoking policy and wouldn’t leave the premises until he finished the beer he had purchased. 

 

“I just think as a society we’ve lost touch with our values.”

 

 

 

With last nights events making headlines for all the wrong reasons it’s hard to pay attention to the fact that the Fighters put together a string of three strong victories to get their season rolling in the right direction.

 

After their win against Missanabie, the Fighters managed to sneak by Parkville with a 4-3 win with a tally by star center Rushan Shuldeshov at the 9 minute mark of the third period to hold on for the victory. Returning home the next night they handed a statement 6-1 victory to the Hawkeye Animals. The win appeared to be a sign that things were starting to come together for the Fighters. One game and a night that never got further than the sidewalk has really shaken the grounds of that optimism.

 

 

Newcastle plays Tamagami tonight looking for a strong response to their performance both on and off the ice. I don’t believe it’s a stretch to assume that they won’t be booking any hotel rooms after the game.



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Rookie Report

 

The recent 6-5 shootout win against the Bakersville Bears marks the 12th game, putting us one-fifth of the way through the season. With the Fighters currently icing seven rookies, On The Ropes will be reviewing the progress of the kids throughout the season. This first installment we are taking a look at team Captain Rafet Bugri. We sat down with Bugri to dive into the numbers at the start of his career, talk about how the season is shaping up so far and expectations moving forward.

 

Rafet Bugri, 21y/o, C, 4G 9PTS -2

 

Rafet Bugri isn’t being sheltered by Coach ncik out of the gate in his first season with the Fighters. While the offense hasn’t come in buckets to begin his campaign it has been there in spurts while drawing the toughest defensive assignments. The 21 year old leads all forwards in ice time at 17:30 minutes a night while matching up against the opposing teams top line. Currently slotted between fellow rookie Ricky Sandvall and forward Charles E.L Deziel, their line has acted as the buffer to open up the scoring for players down the lineup. 

 

“I take a lot of pride in being responsible away from the puck.” Bugri said. “Coach has made it clear what the expectations are every time I come over the boards and I just want to perform the best I can in the role I am given.” 

 

While Bugri has accepted his shutdown role and intends to excel in it, there is still an obvious learning curve he has to climb. For starters he has been limbless in the faceoff circle posting an abysmal faceoff percentage of 22%, something he stresses is a priority in developing. On top of that his 5v5 goal differential currently sits at minus-2, which could simply be the product of a young forward facing the leagues elite. Yet as one of the teams go to players on the teams penalty kill, which ranks 5th in the league, Bugri has shown he has what it takes to perform on the defensive side of the puck.

 

“Obviously my numbers aren’t looking glamorous right now, but to be honest that’s not where my focus is. I don’t care how I look on paper when I leave the ice, I just want to make sure I leave the arena with the win. I think we are starting to come together as a unit, starting to buy into the systems Coach ncik has implemented. We’re headed in the right direction.”

 

With bringing in a new GM and coach at the end of last season, fans wondered where the team is heading. Newcastle has never had a culture of winning in their locker room but that is something Bugri said is changing.

 

“I’m confident that we can come in and get the win every time we take the ice. This isn’t a team from years past, from management to the prospects everyone coming in has the right mentality. No one on this team is satisfied with where we are at to start the season. It doesn’t matter how well I play, I’m not going to accept losing, if you are ok with losing you’re a loser and we don’t have room for losers on our team.”

 

 

 

 

The Fighters continue to tread water in the middle of the pack. They have their final three games coming up against the teams they haven’t faced yet and then they’ve hit the quarter mark of the season. The first fifteen is always a strong measuring stick for teams to look at where they are at. For Newcastle it looks like they’ll have to evaluate where they are lacking if they want to continue to push forward towards a successful season. The alternative is that they’ll commit to the process, get a good read over the course of a season on what kind of team they have and we’ll have to sit a watch what direction management wants to take the team. 



(Originally posted April 13)


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What to make of the first quarter of the season

 

The season is now a quarter of the way through. Management and fans alike can now look into their crystal ball to try and predict how the season will unfold now that every team has played each other once. Here at On The Ropes we think crystal balls are dumb. Hockey is random and hard to predict, but since upstairs is raining shit on us to boost numbers in readers and subscriber we’re going to give it the old college try with some hot takes. 

 

HOT TAKE #1 - NOTTINGHAM PANTHERS COULD PROMOTE BACK TO BACK

 

After being promoted up from the BHL after finishing second last season the Panthers are again steering their titanic vessel towards the iceberg that is promotion. The Panthers are currently holding down first place in the league after going 8-0-0-2 in their last 10 games. Ranking 2nd in both goals for and least goals against Nottingham has put together a roster that isn’t waiting to be able to compete in the SHL. 

 

In speaking with general manager Peter T before the season, he told us that developing his core was their main focus after being promoted. Now he could have just been modest in his response or maybe he couldn’t have expected the team to play this well after promoting. The Panthers boast a deep lineup, their top three scorers spanning across three separate lines and they currently have the top offensive defenseman in the league in Erkan Finkelstein. This spread of talent has created a lineup that is a hard matchup for opposing teams and while they only have one other top 20 scorer outside of Finkelstein, they still have the second highest goal total. 

 

Nottingham is currently icing a lineup where a commitment to the defensive side of the puck is the driving force behind their offense. With a team that is built to it’s system, this roster can presumably withstand some mid season injury woes that are bound to occur and still position themselves in the top 2 where the players can watch the playoffs from a beach in Mexico while they await their promotion cheques to clear.

 

 

HOT TAKE #2 - FROM 2 TO 10 IT’S A BARE KNUCKLE BRAWL WITH RINGS LEFT ON

 

Only 11 points separate the Rocky Mountain House Timberwolves in second place from the Minnedosa Nighthawks in 10th. That’s a difference of four wins give or take from top to bottom, meaning that over the next quarter there is going to be a lot of movement in the standings. To further demonstrate how close the standings are together, from Stoney Brooke in 3rd place to Bakersfield in 7th, there is only a single win separation. The playoff picture is a dog fight, but with so many teams still in heavy contention, having a rough quarter leading into game 31 can end all playoff hopes. 

 

If we use goal differential as a tool to find separation within the pack we can see a clear top four and a remaining bottom six that will be take the fight onto the street for the final playoff spot as the 6th seed.

 

(2) Hockey Mountain House +16

(3) Stoney Brook +17

(4) Newcastle +14

(5) Timagami +7

(6) Mayfair +6

(7) Bakersfield +15

(8) Portland +7

(9) Tionaga +2

(10) Minnedosa -7

 

 

The top three appear to hold placings true to what you would expect. Bakersville find themselves in 7th place, although only 1 point from being tied for fourth. 

 

A few indicators have emerge from this. With the season being so early on many teams in this group are merely over or under performing. Timagami and Mayfair are right on group average for goals against but find themselves with the lowest goals for total of the top seven teams in the league by a margin of about ten. Unless their offense can increase their production they are going to see themselves fall below Bakersfield over the next quarter. 

 

Our Newcastle Fighters find themselves fourth in our elite four bracket of goal differential. This is clearly due their 2nd worst goals against total in the league. If they were in the group average of goals against their differential would be up to +21. On the other spectrum, if their league leading offense starts to slow it’s pace and the teams defense doesn’t correct itself, they will find themselves in a free fall down the standings. 

 

Lastly, Minnedosa and possible Tionaga can be categorized as the pretenders of the group. Minnedosa is both well below group average in goals for and is bottom five in the league for goals against. Tionaga on the other hand fall below group average in goals against, actually conceding the second lowest amount of goals in the league, but their offense is going to have to find a way to pick up some slack. Tionaga averages 28 shots against and their starting goalie is posting a respectable .902 save percentage, but any dip in his play and the team just doesn’t have the goal support to overcome nights where their starter falters. 

 

HOT TAKE #3 ANY MORE SLIP UPS AND SCHOZEN WILL SLAM THE HAMMER DOWN. 

 

After the now infamous Leaning Ladies Scandal after the Fighters round 7 game against Nottingham, the Fighters have been walking the straight and narrow. Partly due to a curfew that Coach ncik implemented while playing games at home and the team is yet to stay in a hotel on the road since the incident. Instead opting to ride the bus through the night to the next location. General Manager Schozen has not been as hands on to prevent further mishaps as the teams coach has been. 

 

“One more fuck up and I swear to god I’ll send them to Hawkeye.” Schozen told us in a recent sit down. Naming Hawkeye as they are last place with the best relegation odds. “If you have a one way contract I’ll buy you out and make sure no team outside of the French Hockey league will touch you. Players don’t like me smoking on the bus? You wont see a shift until you’ve finished your pack from intermission.”

 

Since the return of Mirius Hirt and Isaac Crimmons, the front men for the Leaning Ladies night out Finchman and McEvoy have found themselves back in the scratch squad. 

 

“He won’t even let us go near the spread of food in the press box. The old man was in the lockup as well that night, I can’t believe he is going to talk down to us.” That was Finchman after his first game since being taken out of the lineup. He’s since found himself on the trade block and hasn’t been allowed to speak to the media. 

 

McEvoy on the other hand may have saved his spot on the fighters. His strong play while being in the lineup as an injury replacement really gave him a chance to showcase his value. Still in good age at 22, his demeanor since the incident demonstrates he probably won’t make the same mistake twice. 

 

“I don’t want to be on Mr. Schozen’s bad side. He’s had a beer with everyone that’s everyone in hockey at least once. The people he knows… It can derail you’re career. I’m just going to play hard when called upon and keep my head down for the most part.”

 

That was McEvoy after yesterdays win. He was in the lineup an extra game after Fincham was scratched. Did he receive the same cold treatment as Finchman when he got to the press box?

 

“Mr. Schozen threw a sandwich down in my lap after grilling Finchy. There was only butter on it, no meat or condiments, but I think it was a good gesture. I think that was his way of saying ‘kid you messed up, just don’t do it again’”

 

Good observation, because if that ‘again’ ever comes… After my sit down with Wick Schozen, I left there with the feeling that if I ever report something he doesn’t like, he’ll find a way to have me doing write ups in France until my fingers or lungs give out.

 



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Newcastle stumbles into second half of the season

 

Plagued with injury and regressions from offensive talent leading the charge the Newcastle Fighters struggled through the second quarter to create some angst amongst fans heading into the second half of the season. Compiling a record of 7-1-3-4 in the second quarter and holding 4th place wouldn’t leave many fanbases disappointed. Yet the Fighters have a team worthy of competing for promotion, all the while watching the gap between them and the top two seeds widen.

 

Through the second quarter the Fighters failed to make up for games lost in the first 15 that could be chalked up to early season woes.

“Too many games thrown away against teams below us in the standings.” Coach ncik told reporters after the team fell to Tionga in a shootout in their round 30 matchup. “We’re not going to use injuries as an excuse, our team is deep enough to over come that. It comes down to everyone buying into their role, being accountable for what happens when they’re on the ice. We didn’t see enough guys step up in the first half.”

 

While Yassine Hutton, the teams leading scorer with 21 goals and 36 points, continues generate the second most points and lead the league in goals. He’s no longer performing at the same pace that had him at a 7 point separation between him and the player in second, he’s dropped to a point below the league leader. This is understandable though. he was scoring at nearly a 1.5 points per game pace. But in the second quarter he dropped below a point per game pace. We stated in our last issue that any decline in the Fighters offensive production will see the teams win percentage regress as they are 14th in the league in goals conceded. 

 

Goaltender Belel Langlet is finally starting to settle into his role of starter that Coach ncik thrust upon him, some believing to be prematurely. After having over a 4.00GAA and a save percentage of .831% in the first quarter he has improved his numbers to 3.05GAA and a .888% save percentage. Still not where the team needs his numbers to be to offset their bottom feeding goals against total but an improvement none the less.

 

The 30th game of the season saw the debut of center 33 year old Francois-Olivier Sullivan, acquired from Valleyview for youngster Lucas Warholm, fan favorite enforcer Kola Lukstins and a prospect. The loss of 21 year old Warholm is a head scratcher for fans led to believe the team is committing to the process of building a contender through an influx of young talent. 

 

“Basically a deal came across my desk that I feel will help us win games.” GM Wick Schozen explained. "The bottom line is Warholm wasn’t getting the job done, his potential down the line I didn’t feel was high enough to offset the performance he was putting forth on a nightly basis. He didn’t pass the five threshold and that made him expendable.” 

 

What is the five threshold? Schozen elaborated that in player assessment, if the small errors, the missed plays hardly noticeable to the untrained eye, are still evident after five beers the player isn’t performing well. I don’t think these are the kind of innovations fans were expecting when Schozen was hired, but at the very least the team is surrounded with high expectations after finishing 11th last season. Whatever Schozen is doing, the standard has been raised for this organization. 

 

Fans wan’t be happy about the departure of Kola Lukstins though. A favorable player to the old management regime never found a foothold with the new decision makers. Failing to crack the lineup for a game so far this year Lukstins spent most games on the statuesque barstool, bronzed in his honor in the the Ringside Lounge. Ringside owner Angelo Dundee voiced his disapproval of the deal. “I think what Schozen is forgetting is that this team is engrained in the community. Fans here ride the highs and lows along with the team. My finances ride that same rollercoaster. Sure Kola might have been overpaid but heck, it all went into the Ringside, I saw Kola as the Fighters way of investing in the community and this move is directly going to affect my business. I think their more to this deal than just hockey.”

 

Dundee might not be wrong there. Many close to the team know Schozen likes to drink alone. He’s claimed a booth in the back corner of the Ringside. The booth covered in game sheets and has a phone line that cuts across the bar leading to a landline mounted on the table that Schozen’s assistant directs calls to when he leaves his office to ‘nurture his ideas’. But often times Kola will be found in the Ringside at times parallel to Schozen, it’s not a stretch to believe that might have disgruntled Schozen. 

 

“Look this is a hockey move. Did I dislike Kola? Sure. I mean the man was a gin drinker and he sweats. Does anyone like a gin drinker that sweats? The answer is no. This is a hockey move that had other incentives involved. The only fallback I see the revenues of the Ringside Lounge might be cut in half. If that’s the case I’ll do my part to support the community"

 

 

 

For the most part, our predictions from our first quarter issue have held strong. Stony Brook, Bakersville and Nottingham are slotted 1, 2 and 3 respectively. Falling into place after them are Newcastle, Timagami who remained in 5th, the surging Tionaga squad that has seen their goal differential climb from +2 at the quarter mark to +18 at the conclusion of game 30 and Rocky Mountain House on the outside of the playoff bracket but still tied at 51 points with Tionaga. 

 

If Coach ncik can find a way to clean up the Fighters on the defensive side of the puck the team is still well positioned to climb the standings with their league leading offense. Although the old homage that defense wins championships is a lesson that Newcastle may have to learn the hard way if they can’t get it together.






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