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Detroit Chaos- 2006

Probable Line-Up

Forwards Left Wing Center Right Wing
Line 1 White Benninger McDonald
Line 2 Kappler Fidler Totzke
Line 3 Channer Macaskill Belding

Defense Left Right
Line 1 Lipskie Lovell
Line 2 Sandstrom Wagy
Line 3 Kinlin TBD

Probable Line-up

Room Assignments

Room 1 Channer Lovell
Room 2 McDonald Sandstrom
Room 3 Kinlin Macaskill
Room 4 Benninger Lipskie
Room 5 Kappler Belding
Room 6 (OMG) Wagy JOEY
Room 7 Fidler Totzke

Name # Position ESPN Observations - 2006
Belding, Preston 8 F3 Ohio boy.  A whopping 2 points this year.  In danger of reassignment to equipment manager next year if production doesn't improve.
Benninger, Steve 5 C1 Captain Chaos - Coming off a serious ankle injury.  Will be helped by the presence of McDonald on his line for the 2nd year in a row.  Expect him to gut it out and lead in scoring.
Channer, Dwight 42 F3 Huge production last year.  The surprise of the tournament.  Moving to the Macaskill / Belding line to try to generate some scoring from those two grinders.
Fidler, Terry 71 C2 For the Chaos to repeat, he will have to show up for every game and keep his shifts shorter.   Neither is likely.
Kappler, Brian 7 F2 The Chaos GM proved that he is more than a ponderous, lumbering right winger by scoring 1 whole goal and getting 4 whole assists.  Can he do it again?  Not likely.  He is a year older.
Kinlin, Peter 6 D At one time, this Canadian was a huge contributor.  Last year he nearly contributed to the death of Captain Chaos and JOEY.  If he brings a bottle of Scotch this year, expect the serious Chaos players like McDonald to kick his butt back to Ohio.
Krizek, Joey 80 G A - Will JOEY show up?  B - Will he spend the weekend with the ladies?  C - Will he spend the weekend doing the cat back?   The smart money is on C.
Lipskie, Brad 22 D Lipskie gave the lip to a few opponents last year.  He is obviously the enforcer on the team.  Count on him for a stellar performance and to work with McDonald to keep everyone on the Chaos in-line. 
Lovell, Andy 13 D Andy who?  The former Apollo 13 astronaut doesn't have much speed, but he always has fun out on the ice.   He is likely to repeat last  year's performance.
Macaskill, Mike 3 C3 The leader of the grind line this year, he is coming off a strong performance last year.  If he doesn't cause problems for the opposition with his scoring, he will cause problems with his chirping lip.
McDonald, Pete 4 F1 Private Pete is coming off his strongest performance ever.  The 2nd leading scorer demolished the over/under number and helped the Captain to dominate.   The consummate team player, he played a half a period on Defense with Lipske and scored on a rocket from just outside the circle.  The rumor is that Lipske is lobbying to have McDonald as his Defense partner in Niagara Falls.
Sandstrom, Eric 15 D Eric is one of the most versatile players on the team.  He can score no points from either Offense or Defense.  Expect Eric to do his usual stellar job documenting the post game parties with his toy camera, sitting in the penalty box for a few minutes a game, and giggling like a schoolgirl at the post-game meetings.
Stachowski, Jim     Jim exemplified the moral fiber of the Chaos team when he dumped his beer on the Captain's Mom.  Nice job Jimmy.  Pure class.  Last year, Jim was the undisputed Euchre King.   It is too bad for the Chaos that he can't play hockey as well as he plays Euchre.  This year Jim is on injured reserve.  The Chaos can fill his jersey with just about anyone who owns a pair of skates and a helmet. 
Totzke, Jay 2 F2 Along with Captain Chaos, Jay is the heart of the team and for the Chaos to win, he will have to put the puck in the net.  This will be a huge challenge this year with Kappler on his line. He was last year's hero scoring the game winner with 7.9 seconds left. 
Wagy, Rich 10 D Wagy plans a return to the Chaos this year.  Always a strong force on D, he can be counted on to generate a few power plays for the opponents and generate significant business for the local breweries.
White, Dave 11 F1 White is looking to replace Dwight on the top line.  He is big, but painfully slow.  Odds are he will be moved to the 3rd line.  Last played for the Chaos in 2002 - the year they fell from the top.  Coincidence?  Hardly.  The Chaos will have to work hard to overcome his return to the team.