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  • canuck39uk
    Saw this on a web page, may give you some idea of the quality of the opposition: BULLS FOREIGN STARS SEND LONDON LEGION INTO RETREAT BY LAURENT HALL PUBLISHED
    Message 1 of 5 , Mar 7, 2003
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      Saw this on a web page, may give you some idea of the quality of the
      opposition:

      BULLS' FOREIGN STARS SEND LONDON LEGION INTO RETREAT
      BY LAURENT HALL
      PUBLISHED 6 FEBRUARY 2003


      Oxford Bulls 15 London Legion 1

      Sunday 2nd February



      The Oxford Bulls bounced back from last week's traumatic loss to
      Slough to record a comfortable 15-1 win over the London Legion at
      Oxpens on Sunday night. Paul Crockett enlivened proceedings with a
      seven minute hat-trick, as the Bulls prepared for what will be a
      tough Town vs. Gown clash on the 16th of Feb.



      · Click HERE to read about the eventful defeat at the hands
      of Slough



      A under strength Oxford Bulls team blew away the London Legion 15-1
      on Sunday. The game was their last challenge game before the Bulls
      represent Oxford residents in the annual Town V's Gown match on
      February the 16th at Oxpens Rink.



      Oxford were expecting a close match against the team from the
      Capital as both sides had gone into the game boasting similar
      results. Predictions of a tight encounter seemed well-funded, early
      on, as London's top forward Darren Bull cracked home a low shot past
      Dee Taylor to put the visitors ahead.



      Oxford took a little time to settle in the game as their roster had
      been shuffled because of injuries to the first line defensive
      pairing of Coach Wallington and Daryl Williams. Oxford's top-scoring
      Canadian Phil Sauvé was pulled back into defense as cover for the
      match, but his new-found defensive duties didn't stop the Bulls' top
      scorer from equalizing for the Bulls three minutes later.



      Oxford were also giving debuts to two Americans, Jim Waterman and
      Mike Kohut, and it was the latter who was to give the Bulls a lead
      that they never relinquished with a well-placed shot over the
      shoulder of the Legion's keeper Graham D'Anger.



      Oxford's own foreign Legion continued the scoring in the first
      period, with two more goals, a close shot from Khazakstani Eldar
      Tulebayev and Mike Kohut's second of the game, giving Oxford a 4-1
      lead at the first break.



      Recent games had seen the Bulls collapse in the second session, but
      the Bulls were determined that it was not to happen on this
      occasion, and the Oxford players pushed forward with purpose,
      determined not to let history repeat itself. Defender Paul Crockett
      took the game to the Legion, surging forward at every opportunity,
      blasting shots towards the London's goal.



      The Londoners seemed to become nervous and increasingly backed off.
      Crockett's spectacular display resulted in his first Bulls' hat
      trick in just seven minutes. Unlike the first period, the second was
      to belong to Oxford's local players as Kennington's Colin Mortimer
      followed Crockett's triple with a well-taken brace.



      The Legion became frustrated and Tom White crashed into Sauvé from
      behind, Sauvé retaliated and the pair traded punches, but London's
      Alex Williams unwisely joined in the fracas and was ejected from the
      match. Canadian Sauvé was lucky not to be sin binned, but the Legion
      were not so fortunate and Oxford were given a two-man advantage for
      five minutes.



      As has been the case in recent matches, however, Oxford were unable
      to convert the superiority; Power Play is something Coach Wallington
      will have to work on with his squad.



      The Legion collapsed in the third period, as Oxford stepped up their
      performance. Superb individual goals from Ed MacKenzie and Marlon
      Williams moved the Bulls into an 11-1 score line. The excellent
      Crockett then started to show-boat, firstly passing two Legion
      players by juggling the puck on the blade of his stick and, on the
      following attack, blasting a slapshot from the centerline. D'Anger,
      in the London goal was helpless, and the hard shot flew into the
      goal.



      Oxford pressed further ahead, and debutant Waterman scored from a
      wide angle, followed by a close chipped goal from James Schall. Mike
      Kohut completed a fine debut, scoring his third - and Oxford's 15th -
      of the evening.



      Coach Wallington was pleased with the way the Bulls had extended
      their lead, rather than letting the advantage slip as in recent
      games.



      Oxford's next game will be a much more difficult proposition, The
      Bulls have stepped into the position normally filled by Oxford's
      league team, the City Stars, after the Stars' failure to put
      together a squad this season, The Bulls have volunteered to take on
      the University's finest, and it will prove a tough encounter for the
      Bulls' part-time players, as the Dark Blues squad is one of the best
      in recent history.



      This will be one of the few times that the students will enter the
      game against the local team as favourites - and by quite some margin.



      The keenly-anticipated clash takes place on February 16th at Oxpens
      Ice Rink.
    • Kyle Alexander
      LOL! Errr, maybe one to steer clear of then! Thinking back I ve heard about this team, I believe they re almost all Canadian / American mature students
      Message 2 of 5 , Mar 7, 2003
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        LOL!

         

        Errr, maybe one to steer clear of then! Thinking back I’ve heard about this team, I believe they’re almost all Canadian / American mature students studying at Oxford Uni and are VERY good, if they lost to Slough and didn’t expect to we can estimate their skill level J

         

        Sorry Paul, I thought this was the team from Oxford we’d played before.

         

        On a similar note tho has the game v Swindon been rearranged? Also, someone associated with the MK Jesters suggested to me recently that we get in contact with them for another game soon so those might be a couple of leads worth following up.

         

        Kyle

         

         


        A under strength Oxford Bulls team blew away the London Legion 15-1
        on
        Sunday.

      • Peter Freitag
        I took Paul Crockett to Canada when he was an U-16 and he was awesome then, at least Danny Meyers type standard. He must be about 21 now, if he has developed
        Message 3 of 5 , Mar 7, 2003
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          I took Paul Crockett to Canada when he was an U-16 and he was awesome then, at least Danny Meyers type standard. He must be about 21 now, if he has developed accordingly he would be able to play for the Bison and hold his own comfortably, he is also quite a big lad so this particular player is well above our level.
           
          Peter #66
          ----- Original Message -----
          Sent: Friday, March 07, 2003 3:44 PM
          Subject: [Hyenas] OXFORD Bull

          Saw this on a web page, may give you some idea of the quality of the
          opposition:

          BULLS' FOREIGN STARS SEND LONDON LEGION INTO RETREAT
          BY LAURENT HALL
          PUBLISHED 6 FEBRUARY 2003

           
          Oxford Bulls 15 London Legion 1

          Sunday 2nd February



          The Oxford Bulls bounced back from last week's traumatic loss to
          Slough to record a comfortable 15-1 win over the London Legion at
          Oxpens on Sunday night. Paul Crockett enlivened proceedings with a
          seven minute hat-trick, as the Bulls prepared for what will be a
          tough Town vs. Gown clash on the 16th of Feb.



          ·          Click HERE to read about the eventful defeat at the hands
          of Slough



          A under strength Oxford Bulls team blew away the London Legion 15-1
          on Sunday. The game was their last challenge game before the Bulls
          represent Oxford residents in the annual Town V's Gown match on
          February the 16th at Oxpens Rink.



          Oxford were expecting a close match against the team from the
          Capital as both sides had gone into the game boasting similar
          results. Predictions of a tight encounter seemed well-funded, early
          on, as London's top forward Darren Bull cracked home a low shot past
          Dee Taylor to put the visitors ahead.



          Oxford took a little time to settle in the game as their roster had
          been shuffled because of injuries to the first line defensive
          pairing of Coach Wallington and Daryl Williams. Oxford's top-scoring
          Canadian Phil Sauvé was pulled back into defense as cover for the
          match, but his new-found defensive duties didn't stop the Bulls' top
          scorer from equalizing for the Bulls three minutes later.



          Oxford were also giving debuts to two Americans, Jim Waterman and
          Mike Kohut, and it was the latter who was to give the Bulls a lead
          that they never relinquished with a well-placed shot over the
          shoulder of the Legion's keeper Graham D'Anger.



          Oxford's own foreign Legion continued the scoring in the first
          period, with two more goals, a close shot from Khazakstani Eldar
          Tulebayev and Mike Kohut's second of the game, giving Oxford a 4-1
          lead at the first break.



          Recent games had seen the Bulls collapse in the second session, but
          the Bulls were determined that it was not to happen on this
          occasion, and the Oxford players pushed forward with purpose,
          determined not to let history repeat itself. Defender Paul Crockett
          took the game to the Legion, surging forward at every opportunity,
          blasting shots towards the London's goal.



          The Londoners seemed to become nervous and increasingly backed off.
          Crockett's spectacular display resulted in his first Bulls' hat
          trick in just seven minutes. Unlike the first period, the second was
          to belong to Oxford's local players as Kennington's Colin Mortimer
          followed Crockett's triple with a well-taken brace.



          The Legion became frustrated and Tom White crashed into Sauvé from
          behind, Sauvé retaliated and the pair traded punches, but London's
          Alex Williams unwisely joined in the fracas and was ejected from the
          match. Canadian Sauvé was lucky not to be sin binned, but the Legion
          were not so fortunate and Oxford were given a two-man advantage for
          five minutes.



          As has been the case in recent matches, however, Oxford were unable
          to convert the superiority; Power Play is something Coach Wallington
          will have to work on with his squad.



          The Legion collapsed in the third period, as Oxford stepped up their
          performance. Superb individual goals from Ed MacKenzie and Marlon
          Williams moved the Bulls into an 11-1 score line. The excellent
          Crockett then started to show-boat, firstly passing two Legion
          players by juggling the puck on the blade of his stick and, on the
          following attack, blasting a slapshot from the centerline. D'Anger,
          in the London goal was helpless, and the hard shot flew into the
          goal.



          Oxford pressed further ahead, and debutant Waterman scored from a
          wide angle, followed by a close chipped goal from James Schall. Mike
          Kohut completed a fine debut, scoring his third - and Oxford's 15th -
          of the evening.



          Coach Wallington was pleased with the way the Bulls had extended
          their lead, rather than letting the advantage slip as in recent
          games.



          Oxford's next game will be a much more difficult proposition, The
          Bulls have stepped into the position normally filled by Oxford's
          league team, the City Stars, after the Stars' failure to put
          together a squad this season, The Bulls have volunteered to take on
          the University's finest, and it will prove a tough encounter for the
          Bulls' part-time players, as the Dark Blues squad is one of the best
          in recent history.



          This will be one of the few times that the students will enter the
          game against the local team as favourites - and by quite some margin.



          The keenly-anticipated clash takes place on February 16th at Oxpens
          Ice Rink.





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        • Dave Murray
          I reckon this might be a bit too tough for us to take on, looking at this report! What does everyone else think? Regards, Dave Murray Product and Purchasing
          Message 4 of 5 , Mar 7, 2003
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            I reckon this might be a bit too tough for us to take on, looking at this
            report! What does everyone else think?



            Regards,

            Dave Murray
            Product and Purchasing Manager
            Hama PVAC Ltd.
            01256 374722 - Tel
            01256 374747 - Fax
            dmurray@...
            http://www.hama.co.uk

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            -----Original Message-----
            From: canuck39uk [mailto:rlspencer@...]
            Sent: 07 March 2003 15:44
            To: Hyenas@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: [Hyenas] OXFORD Bull

            Saw this on a web page, may give you some idea of the quality of the
            opposition:

            BULLS' FOREIGN STARS SEND LONDON LEGION INTO RETREAT
            BY LAURENT HALL
            PUBLISHED 6 FEBRUARY 2003


            Oxford Bulls 15 London Legion 1

            Sunday 2nd February



            The Oxford Bulls bounced back from last week's traumatic loss to
            Slough to record a comfortable 15-1 win over the London Legion at
            Oxpens on Sunday night. Paul Crockett enlivened proceedings with a
            seven minute hat-trick, as the Bulls prepared for what will be a
            tough Town vs. Gown clash on the 16th of Feb.



            · Click HERE to read about the eventful defeat at the hands
            of Slough



            A under strength Oxford Bulls team blew away the London Legion 15-1
            on Sunday. The game was their last challenge game before the Bulls
            represent Oxford residents in the annual Town V's Gown match on
            February the 16th at Oxpens Rink.



            Oxford were expecting a close match against the team from the
            Capital as both sides had gone into the game boasting similar
            results. Predictions of a tight encounter seemed well-funded, early
            on, as London's top forward Darren Bull cracked home a low shot past
            Dee Taylor to put the visitors ahead.



            Oxford took a little time to settle in the game as their roster had
            been shuffled because of injuries to the first line defensive
            pairing of Coach Wallington and Daryl Williams. Oxford's top-scoring
            Canadian Phil Sauvé was pulled back into defense as cover for the
            match, but his new-found defensive duties didn't stop the Bulls' top
            scorer from equalizing for the Bulls three minutes later.



            Oxford were also giving debuts to two Americans, Jim Waterman and
            Mike Kohut, and it was the latter who was to give the Bulls a lead
            that they never relinquished with a well-placed shot over the
            shoulder of the Legion's keeper Graham D'Anger.



            Oxford's own foreign Legion continued the scoring in the first
            period, with two more goals, a close shot from Khazakstani Eldar
            Tulebayev and Mike Kohut's second of the game, giving Oxford a 4-1
            lead at the first break.



            Recent games had seen the Bulls collapse in the second session, but
            the Bulls were determined that it was not to happen on this
            occasion, and the Oxford players pushed forward with purpose,
            determined not to let history repeat itself. Defender Paul Crockett
            took the game to the Legion, surging forward at every opportunity,
            blasting shots towards the London's goal.



            The Londoners seemed to become nervous and increasingly backed off.
            Crockett's spectacular display resulted in his first Bulls' hat
            trick in just seven minutes. Unlike the first period, the second was
            to belong to Oxford's local players as Kennington's Colin Mortimer
            followed Crockett's triple with a well-taken brace.



            The Legion became frustrated and Tom White crashed into Sauvé from
            behind, Sauvé retaliated and the pair traded punches, but London's
            Alex Williams unwisely joined in the fracas and was ejected from the
            match. Canadian Sauvé was lucky not to be sin binned, but the Legion
            were not so fortunate and Oxford were given a two-man advantage for
            five minutes.



            As has been the case in recent matches, however, Oxford were unable
            to convert the superiority; Power Play is something Coach Wallington
            will have to work on with his squad.



            The Legion collapsed in the third period, as Oxford stepped up their
            performance. Superb individual goals from Ed MacKenzie and Marlon
            Williams moved the Bulls into an 11-1 score line. The excellent
            Crockett then started to show-boat, firstly passing two Legion
            players by juggling the puck on the blade of his stick and, on the
            following attack, blasting a slapshot from the centerline. D'Anger,
            in the London goal was helpless, and the hard shot flew into the
            goal.



            Oxford pressed further ahead, and debutant Waterman scored from a
            wide angle, followed by a close chipped goal from James Schall. Mike
            Kohut completed a fine debut, scoring his third - and Oxford's 15th -
            of the evening.



            Coach Wallington was pleased with the way the Bulls had extended
            their lead, rather than letting the advantage slip as in recent
            games.



            Oxford's next game will be a much more difficult proposition, The
            Bulls have stepped into the position normally filled by Oxford's
            league team, the City Stars, after the Stars' failure to put
            together a squad this season, The Bulls have volunteered to take on
            the University's finest, and it will prove a tough encounter for the
            Bulls' part-time players, as the Dark Blues squad is one of the best
            in recent history.



            This will be one of the few times that the students will enter the
            game against the local team as favourites - and by quite some margin.



            The keenly-anticipated clash takes place on February 16th at Oxpens
            Ice Rink.






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          • michael rose
            Paul, errr! could be right. best do some homework first on this one! ... From: Dave Murray To: Sent: Friday,
            Message 5 of 5 , Mar 7, 2003
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              Paul,

              errr! could be right. best do some homework first on this one!
              ----- Original Message -----
              From: "Dave Murray" <dmurray@...>
              To: <Hyenas@yahoogroups.com>
              Sent: Friday, March 07, 2003 6:11 PM
              Subject: RE: [Hyenas] OXFORD Bull


              I reckon this might be a bit too tough for us to take on, looking at this
              report! What does everyone else think?



              Regards,

              Dave Murray
              Product and Purchasing Manager
              Hama PVAC Ltd.
              01256 374722 - Tel
              01256 374747 - Fax
              dmurray@...
              http://www.hama.co.uk

              This Email and any attachments may be confidential and the subject of legal
              professional privilege. Any disclosure, use, storage or copying of this
              email without the consent of the sender is strictly prohibited. Please
              notify the sender immediately if you are not the intended recipient and then
              delete the email from your inbox and do not disclose the contents to any
              other person, use copy or store the information in any medium.

              -----Original Message-----
              From: canuck39uk [mailto:rlspencer@...]
              Sent: 07 March 2003 15:44
              To: Hyenas@yahoogroups.com
              Subject: [Hyenas] OXFORD Bull

              Saw this on a web page, may give you some idea of the quality of the
              opposition:

              BULLS' FOREIGN STARS SEND LONDON LEGION INTO RETREAT
              BY LAURENT HALL
              PUBLISHED 6 FEBRUARY 2003


              Oxford Bulls 15 London Legion 1

              Sunday 2nd February



              The Oxford Bulls bounced back from last week's traumatic loss to
              Slough to record a comfortable 15-1 win over the London Legion at
              Oxpens on Sunday night. Paul Crockett enlivened proceedings with a
              seven minute hat-trick, as the Bulls prepared for what will be a
              tough Town vs. Gown clash on the 16th of Feb.



              · Click HERE to read about the eventful defeat at the hands
              of Slough



              A under strength Oxford Bulls team blew away the London Legion 15-1
              on Sunday. The game was their last challenge game before the Bulls
              represent Oxford residents in the annual Town V's Gown match on
              February the 16th at Oxpens Rink.



              Oxford were expecting a close match against the team from the
              Capital as both sides had gone into the game boasting similar
              results. Predictions of a tight encounter seemed well-funded, early
              on, as London's top forward Darren Bull cracked home a low shot past
              Dee Taylor to put the visitors ahead.



              Oxford took a little time to settle in the game as their roster had
              been shuffled because of injuries to the first line defensive
              pairing of Coach Wallington and Daryl Williams. Oxford's top-scoring
              Canadian Phil Sauvé was pulled back into defense as cover for the
              match, but his new-found defensive duties didn't stop the Bulls' top
              scorer from equalizing for the Bulls three minutes later.



              Oxford were also giving debuts to two Americans, Jim Waterman and
              Mike Kohut, and it was the latter who was to give the Bulls a lead
              that they never relinquished with a well-placed shot over the
              shoulder of the Legion's keeper Graham D'Anger.



              Oxford's own foreign Legion continued the scoring in the first
              period, with two more goals, a close shot from Khazakstani Eldar
              Tulebayev and Mike Kohut's second of the game, giving Oxford a 4-1
              lead at the first break.



              Recent games had seen the Bulls collapse in the second session, but
              the Bulls were determined that it was not to happen on this
              occasion, and the Oxford players pushed forward with purpose,
              determined not to let history repeat itself. Defender Paul Crockett
              took the game to the Legion, surging forward at every opportunity,
              blasting shots towards the London's goal.



              The Londoners seemed to become nervous and increasingly backed off.
              Crockett's spectacular display resulted in his first Bulls' hat
              trick in just seven minutes. Unlike the first period, the second was
              to belong to Oxford's local players as Kennington's Colin Mortimer
              followed Crockett's triple with a well-taken brace.



              The Legion became frustrated and Tom White crashed into Sauvé from
              behind, Sauvé retaliated and the pair traded punches, but London's
              Alex Williams unwisely joined in the fracas and was ejected from the
              match. Canadian Sauvé was lucky not to be sin binned, but the Legion
              were not so fortunate and Oxford were given a two-man advantage for
              five minutes.



              As has been the case in recent matches, however, Oxford were unable
              to convert the superiority; Power Play is something Coach Wallington
              will have to work on with his squad.



              The Legion collapsed in the third period, as Oxford stepped up their
              performance. Superb individual goals from Ed MacKenzie and Marlon
              Williams moved the Bulls into an 11-1 score line. The excellent
              Crockett then started to show-boat, firstly passing two Legion
              players by juggling the puck on the blade of his stick and, on the
              following attack, blasting a slapshot from the centerline. D'Anger,
              in the London goal was helpless, and the hard shot flew into the
              goal.



              Oxford pressed further ahead, and debutant Waterman scored from a
              wide angle, followed by a close chipped goal from James Schall. Mike
              Kohut completed a fine debut, scoring his third - and Oxford's 15th -
              of the evening.



              Coach Wallington was pleased with the way the Bulls had extended
              their lead, rather than letting the advantage slip as in recent
              games.



              Oxford's next game will be a much more difficult proposition, The
              Bulls have stepped into the position normally filled by Oxford's
              league team, the City Stars, after the Stars' failure to put
              together a squad this season, The Bulls have volunteered to take on
              the University's finest, and it will prove a tough encounter for the
              Bulls' part-time players, as the Dark Blues squad is one of the best
              in recent history.



              This will be one of the few times that the students will enter the
              game against the local team as favourites - and by quite some margin.



              The keenly-anticipated clash takes place on February 16th at Oxpens
              Ice Rink.






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