Future IRHL hall of famer Cory Johannesson never lets his sticks touch the ground once he leaves the ice. This prevents the bottom of the blade from rotting, allowing him to continually reach the 50 goal plateau.
The current Aardvark logo was created by former Aardvark Brock Thompson in 2006. Not only is Thompson crafty on the ice, he is just as crafty on canvas.
Aardvark legend Donny Buchko is a life long Montreal Canadiens fan. He is determined to play with the Aardvarks until they match the Canadiens record of 24 championships.
The month of November has not been too kind for the Aardvarks, who posted a 2-5-2 record over the month.
A combination of a tough schedule and the lack of proper conditioning by a few of the veteran Aardvarks during the off-season is the direct link to starting the season three games under 0.500.
Some highlights over the month include Jayde Barkman’s 81 save performance agianst the Rifles on November 13th and Donny Buchko’s four goal night against the Brewsers on November 28th. At the well-oiled age of 76, Buchko continues to rewrite the history books of the IRHL.
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“Which Aardvark goalie best resembles 2018 Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Martin Brodeur?” poll results
Aardvark’s Nation believes that none of the Aardvark’s three netminders resemble Hockey Hall of Famer Martin Brodeur.
Thanks to all of those that participated. Make sure to cast your vote in the next Aardvark poll.
Aardvarks GM Gunner Gislason has been busy on the telephone with Parker Abuda’s agent, Roger Abuda, aka The Buddha, discussing a new contract. Gislason has until December 2, 2018 to make the signing before Abuda is ineligible to play in the IRHL for the remainder of the 2018/19 season and therefore only allowed to curl for the rest of the winter.
Abuda has been holding out the last two seasons for a more prominent role in the lineup and remains a restricted free agent, property of the Aardvarks, for another three years.
Kyle Sigurdsson, The Shooters
The word around the arena:
Slightly passed his prime, Sigurdsson is still able to control most 1 v 1 situations. He is a hard nosed blueliner who is not scared to block shots despite his general sheepishness in every other aspect of the game.
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