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Detroit Chaos- 2009
Continuing the Niagara Dynasty

The Chaos returned to Niagara with the usual goal, no let me say, expectation of picking up another championship.  Everyone knew it would be extremely difficult.  The loss of key players such as The Enforcer and JOEY would hurt.  The addition of Roller Derby and Jason Hill would hurt even more.  Could young Will Owen help to overcome these two additions.  At first, the answer appeared to be yes, but unfortunately, the Chaos went home after suffering a heartbreaking loss in the Championship game.

Game 1 - Friday agains the Lorne Park Legends from Missauga

Will Owen made his presence felt immediately and tallied a goal and the Captain added 2 more.   Overall, a nice, hard fought victory.  Where were the McDonalds?  Just watching I guess.

2nd game Saturday agains Les Boyz from Toronto.

Les Boyz turned out to be more like Les Girls.  Led by the McDonalds, The Chaos stomped them good with a 5 goal performance.  Paul had 2 goals but the prettiest tally of the tournament was scored by Winchester who merely held out his stick to dunk an incredible pass from Pete who had picked up the puck at center ice and blew by two defenders before sliding the Gretzky like pass accross to Chris.

3rd game Saturday vs. Baltimore Longshots

A very tough game.  The Chaos could only manage 1 goal scored by Paul and set up by the Captain.  Despite the loss, the Chaos advance to the Championship game.

Championship  game Sunday

The Chaos fell behind 2-0 and were being dominated by a very tough team.   Never say die is certainly the motto of the Chaos and this game would be no exception.  With the Roller Goalie playing out of his mind, the Chaos hung tough and Paul brought them within one.  Then the surprise of the tournament happened and Sandstrom somehow scored his first goal of the decade.  Would it be an omen?  Yep, it would be an omen.  Less than 2 minutes later, the opponent charged into the Chaos end, Hill backed up like a scared chicken and allowed a shot.  The Roller Goalie omened his legs and the puck slid in.  That was it and the Chaos never recovered.