July 5, 1999
Roman Hubalek had two goals and an assist and B.J. MacPherson had four assists to help the Bullfrogs defeat the Minnesota Blue Ox, 6-4, in a Roller Hockey International game Sunday in Minneapolis. Rob Laurie had 21 saves to earn his league-leading seventh victory for the Bullfrogs (7-1-2), who are three points behind Western Conference leading Las Vegas. Anaheim plays its next game at Las Vegas Thursday. "We played a solid road game tonight," Bullfrogs Coach Brad McCaughey said.
July 22, 1998
vs. Virginia Vultures * 7:30 tonight Site--Arrowhead Pond Records--Bullfrogs (17-0), Vultures (9-3) Update--Officially, this is a Major League Roller Hockey rematch of the Bullfrogs' 6-4 victory in Richmond June 30. But 13 players on both teams are playing for either Canada or the United States across town at Disney ICE at the International Ice Hockey Federation In-Line Hockey World Championship.
July 25, 1996 |
Rob Laurie, as tired as he is, came through in a big way for the Bullfrogs once again Wednesday night. The three-time all-star goaltender, who has not had a rest in two weeks, stopped three shots in the final minute to preserve a 5-4 Roller Hockey International victory over Oklahoma in front of an announced crowd of 11,176 at the Pond. Darren Perkins came off the injury list and had two goals and two assists. Todd Wetzel had five assists.
August 20, 1999 |
The Bullfrogs' locker room at the Arrowhead Pond was a cliche-riddled and confident place Thursday night, filled with speeches about stepping up, coming to play and putting it all on the line. Well, maybe, according to Brad McCaughey, because the Bullfrog coach said he hadn't felt that kind of electricity in the air for a long time.
June 6, 1994 |
Roller hockey is supposed to be a high-scoring game, but goalie Rob Laurie flirted with a shutout for 44 minutes Sunday to lead the Bullfrogs to a 7-1 victory over the Blades at The Pond of Anaheim. The Bullfrogs dominated the Blades before 8,653 in their Roller Hockey International season opener, and only a goal by Brett Kurtz with 3 minutes 53 seconds remaining spoiled the shutout.
June 12, 1996 |
With their owners grumbling quietly at half time in the halls of the Forum about sluggish play, the Bullfrogs tried a more wide-open approach for the first time in three games and beat the Blades, 5-4, Tuesday. The Bullfrogs' performance in front of an announced crowd of 4,126 was still a far cry from those that helped them lead the league in scoring last season.