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SEASON 5 ANNOUNCEMENT
SEPTEMBER 15, 2019
The LTHL's milestone fifth season is quickly approaching! With just a month to go you can get all of the details on season five in the latest LTHL news update including the special anniversary logo reveal.

LTHL AWARDS PHOTOS
FEBRUARY 18, 2019
Click here to view photos from the 2019 edition of the LTHL Awards ceremony. It was a special night for all of the members of the LTHL.
HERITAGE CUP ANNOUNCED
FEBRUARY 18, 2019
A special surprise was revealed at the LTHL Awards. Click here to view the teaser trailer for the upcoming LTHL Heritage Cup. More details to be revealed later this year.
LTHL AWARDS 2019
FEBRUARY 12, 2019
Tonight we end the 2018-2019 season by celebrating the accomplishments achieved by the LTHL players. It's going to be an unforgettable night with a few surprises in store! The biggest LTHL Awards yet takes place tonight at 6:30 PM.

LTHL CHAMPIONS!
FEBRUARY 5, 2019
Congratulations to Cody Nodding and Kerry Emino on becoming the 2018-2019 LTHL Champions! This marks their first championship and Chicago's fourth consecutive championship.

In the end it was Chicago sweeping the Boston Bruins 4-0 in the championship best of seven series. While it was a sweep it was a very close series in each game! Three of the games were decided by one goal which included one overtime victory. Ben Hebb put up a good fight but it was Cody Nodding winning his first ever LTHL Championship. His teammate Kerry Emino also wins his first championship in his rookie season. Kerry was unable to compete in the championship series but he contributed big wins for Chicago in the semifinals and in the regular season. Chicago would go undefeated in the Playoffs this season.

Next Tuesday night the LTHL will be celebrating the accomplishments of the 2018-2019 season at the 2019 LTHL Awards. It all takes place at 6:30 PM and there may even be a few surprises in store for everyone!


Click here for full results from the 2018-2019 LTHL Playoffs.

PLAYOFFS BEGIN
FEBRUARY 2, 2019
The 2018-2019 Playoffs are underway! The semifinals are definitely going to be remembered for many years to come. It's time for a recap of all the action that opened the Playoffs.

The #2 ranked Chicago Black Hawks took on the #3 ranked Montreal Canadiens. While there were a few close games it would be the Black Hawks sweeping the Habs in four games to advance to the championship final for the fourth consecutive year. In game #1 Graham Carver tried to mount a comeback in the last period but Cody Nodding would edge him out 3-2 to go up 1-0 in the series. Roger Heisler would meet LTHL rookie Kerry Emino in game #2. While it was a close game in the first period, Kerry would haul away and take the game 5-2 to go up 2-0 in the series. Cody Nodding would take game #3 with a 5-2 win over Graham Carver to go up 3-0. In the final game of the series Kerry and Roger would take it to overtime in what was a very intense game. Just ten seconds into overtime Kerry would score to win 5-4 and give Chicago the series sweep. Both Kerry and Cody go undefeated heading into the championship final.

The second series would be the biggest story of the season so far. The #1 ranked Toronto Maple Leafs faced off with the #4 ranked Boston Bruins. Ben Hebb would be piloting Boston alone as his partner Gwennie Weaver had to drop out late in the season. Ben Hebb would shock Shane Weaver in game #1 with a 2-1 victory to put Boston up early in the series. In game #2 Ben Hebb would score with 27 seconds left in the last period to tie the game and go to overtime. Ben came out strong and scored 2:18 into overtime to go up 2-0 in the series. The pressure was on Shane Weaver who would gather himself and take game #3 in convincing fashion 7-1 to make the series 2-1 for Boston. In game #4 Ben Hebb would come out strong early and win the game 6-3 to put Boston up 3-1 in the series. Toronto's season was on the line in game #5 but Shane Weaver gathered himself to defeat Ben 5-1 to make the series 3-2. This back and forth series would go to game #6 as Shane Weaver was in a must win situation. Shane was leading 2-1 but Ben Hebb evened things up with 2:56 remaining. The game would go to overtime making it the third game of the night to go to extra time! The game was back and forth as both men fought for a spot in the final series. Ben Hebb would score 3:18 into overtime to win the series and send Boston to its second championship final in what might be the longest game in LTHL history! It would also be the biggest Playoffs upset in LTHL history as this marks the first time a last place ranked team would upset a first place ranked team.

It was a night of excitement and a major upset. Three games went to overtime in the semifinals. This opening round showed the level of competition in the LTHL. In the championship round it will be the Chicago Black Hawks facing off with the Boston Bruins in the best of seven series to determine it all. It's going to be a hot one! The season concludes this coming Tuesday night at 6:30 PM AST.

Click here for full results in our LTHL Playoffs hub.

REGULAR SEASON CONCLUDES
JANUARY 25, 2019
The 2018-2019 regular season came to a close this week as the members of the LTHL competed in week twelve. The final week of the regular season was high stakes for two teams and history would be written on multiple occasions. Let's review all of the events of the exciting week twelve.

The biggest story of the week revolves around the Toronto Maple Leafs and Chicago Black Hawks. Just a few weeks ago the Maple Leafs passed the Black Hawks in the standings to take the lead of the league. Last week Toronto extended that lead by two more points to lead by four. Chicago came into week twelve needing a superb performance to put pressure on Toronto. Chicago Captain Cody Nodding had to fight for himself as his partner was unable to play. Cody pulled off the best performance he could by winning all four of Chicago's games including wins over Montreal's Graham Carver (4-1) Toronto's Shane Weaver (4-1) Boston's Ben Hebb (5-0) and reigning LTHL Champion Roger Heisler (6-5). Unfortunately for Chicago, Shane Weaver would end up winning two of his four games leaving the standings in a tie. In his last game, Shane would defeat Ben Hebb 5-2 to force that tie. The rules state that in the case of a tie, the tiebreaker would be decided with the team who has the best goals for minus goals against average. Toronto would win the regular season with a +/- average of +117. This is the closest the regular season standings have ever been in league history. It was an exciting night that came down to the very last game. There were two shutouts recorded in week twelve as Ben Hebb would defeat Shane Weaver 5-0 along with Cody Nodding's 5-0 shutout on Ben Hebb.

Shane Weaver sweeps the table in the league leading stats. He will be taking home every trophy for most wins, goals, hat tricks and shutouts. It was definitely a career season for Shane Weaver who is looking to win his first LTHL Championship. He was a finalist last season and he could very well be making a second consecutive appearance if he continues to play like he has in the regular season.

Cody Nodding earns the honor of Player of the Week with his impressive performance going undefeated and forcing Toronto to win in the last game of the regular season. It was also a career season for Cody Nodding as he notched his best season record of his career (20-2-2). Could Chicago be making a fourth consecutive appearance in the LTHL Championship final?

The Playoffs bracket is set. On January 29th the semifinals will see the Toronto Maple Leafs face off with the Boston Bruins. The Chicago Black Hawks will take on the Montreal Canadiens. The winners of these best of seven series will meet up on February 5th in the fourth annual LTHL Championship final. Will we see any upsets? It's looking to be an exciting end to a fantastic season.

More history was written during week twelve. Heading into the final round of King of the Hill, Cody Nodding trailed leader Shane Weaver by just two points. Cody won week eleven's crown and would start at #1 for the final round. He would need to rack up two eliminations to tie Shane. Cody would start by eliminating Ben Hebb and Graham Carver to bring the points to a tie. He would then face Shane to decide who would be the grand champion for the season. Cody scored to complete the comeback and become the official King of the Hill for the 2018-2019 season in the closest final in league history. It was a final that was decided by just ONE point! This season proved just how exciting and intense King of the Hill can be. Despite the leaderboard being decided, Roger Heisler would draw the last number and score on Cody to win the final crown of the season. Roger's goal scored him nine points and he would finish the season at the #3 position on the leaderboard. This also marks the first season where all league members scored points on the leaderboard.

The regular season may have concluded but the intensity will return this Tuesday night for the first week of the 2018-2019 Playoffs. Which two teams will make it to the finals? It's going to be an exciting end to the season!

WEEK 11 RECAP
JANUARY 18, 2019
The penultimate week of the regular season seen some intense action as everyone prepares for the upcoming Playoffs. Each team only has eight games remaining so all players tried to bring their A game to the table.

Shane Weaver of the Toronto Maple Leafs went three for four this week. He had to face off twice with Montreal Captain Graham Carver. In the first game Graham pulled out strong offense to win 7-5. In the last meeting, Graham scored late to tie the game and send it to overtime. Shane would score just over a minute into overtime to take the win. He also picked up a 7-2 win over Boston's Ben Hebb.

Ben Hebb picked up two big wins this week for the Bruins. He would defeat both Chicago's Kerry Emino and Montreal's Graham Carver 5-1. Ben's performance brings Boston out of a rut and earns him the honor of Player of the Week. Boston went two for four in week eleven.

Cody Nodding of the Chicago Black Hawks rebounded from his worst week of the season with two wins. He took down Graham Carver 7-1 and Ben Hebb 6-3. Chicago went two for four in week eleven. Toronto pulls two more points ahead in the standings heading into the final week leading by four.

King of the Hill has been very interesting this season. The top of the leaderboard has stayed close and after week eleven it's looking like we could have a very exciting finish to the year. Cody Nodding eliminated two straight to claim his third crown of the season. Shane Weaver scored five points which included bonus points for eliminating then King Kerry Emino. Cody earned seven points and pulls himself just two points behind leader Shane Weaver. This is the closest the leaderboard has ever been. Cody starts from the #1 position in the final week. Can he pull off the comeback of the season? We'll find out when the regular season concludes next Tuesday!

WE'RE BACK
JANUARY 11, 2019
This past Tuesday the LTHL kicked off 2019 with week ten of the regular season. It was an exciting night that even seen the change of the league leader.

Shane Weaver had a very successful week leading the Toronto Maple Leafs to an undefeated night. Shane picked up wins over Kerry Emino (7-3), Ben Hebb (7-5), Roger Heisler (10-2), and Cody Nodding (5-1). Shane's performance earns him another Player of the Week honor. The four wins also pushed Toronto to the top of the leaderboard. They currently lead the Chicago Black Hawks by two points. This marks one of the most competitive seasons in league history as the league standings have never been this close at this point in the season.

Kerry Emino drew the final number in King of the Hill and it paid off dividends. Kerry won his second crown of the season by eliminating Roger Heisler in the final. Kerry earns six points for the leaderboard and will kick things off next week in the #1 position.

Only two weeks remain in the regular season. Each team has played 40 games on the season and these last eight games will be crucial. Who will finish the regular season on top of the leaderboard? It's going to be an exciting finish.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
DECEMBER 24, 2018
The LTHL wishes everyone a very Merry Christmas! We hope you all have safe and happy holidays this season. The LTHL will return in January for week ten of the regular season.

BLACK HAWKS CLOSE OUT 2018
DECEMBER 22, 2018
This past Tuesday the LTHL held its first ever Christmas Special to close out the 2018 side of the season. There were lots of treats and holiday spirit on hand for week nine.

The Chicago Black Hawks close out 2018 with an undefeated week. Kerry Emino continues to impress as he picked up wins over Montreal's Captain Graham Carver 3-1 and Boston's Captain Ben Hebb 6-5. Chicago's Captain Cody Nodding notched two wins over Toronto's Captain Shane Weaver 7-1 and defending champion Roger Heisler 4-2. Kerry Emino earns back to back honors as Player of the Week for another great night. He started the season with an 0-4 record but has fought back to bring his record to 3-5.

Shane Weaver earned three wins for Toronto including a shutout win over Boston's Gwennie Weaver 8-0, Graham Carver 7-5 and Ben Hebb 7-3. The Maple Leafs now only trail the league leading Black Hawks by four points heading into the holiday break.

In King of the Hill action it was Ben Hebb closing out 2018 with his first crown of the season with back to back eliminations. It was a hard fought finale between him and Gwennie Weaver but Ben managed to score seven points on the leaderboard for the night. He will lead things off when the LTHL returns in 2019.

In the first ever ugly sweater contest it was Gwennie Weaver receiving the most votes to win a $20 gift card to a restaurant of her choosing which includes places like East Side Mario's, Swiss Chalet and many more. Congratulations Gwennie!

It was a fun filled night to close out 2018 for the LTHL. The league enters holiday break and will return on Tuesday, January 9th, 2019. You can view photos from the Christmas Special on our Facebook page.
ALL STAR RESULTS
DECEMBER 15, 2018
Congratulations to the team of Shane Weaver and Ben Hebb on winning the 2018 All Star Game. It was a fun night for everyone involved. Complete results are now available by clicking here.
LTHL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL
DECEMBER 15, 2018
The LTHL will be hosting its first ever Christmas Special this Tuesday night. There will be lots of exciting games and holiday cheer including the ugly sweater contest.

ALL STAR NIGHT
DECEMBER 9, 2018
This Tuesday night at 6:30 PM the members of the LTHL will compete in the second annual All Star Game & Skills Competition. The top four players will team up and compete in a special best of five series. All players will test their abilities in the Skills Competition. It's going to be a great night for the league and the game of table hockey!

WEEK 8 RECAP
DECEMBER 8, 2018
This past week the members of the LTHL played their final regular season games before the second annual LTHL All Star Game & Skills Competition. It was an exciting week with very competitive games and a few surprises.

Week eight seen two games go to overtime. Montreal's Roger Heisler pulled out a shocking comeback when he defeated Boston's Ben Hebb 3-2 in overtime. Roger is now 2-0 this season in games that have gone beyond regulation time. Ben would also go to overtime once more when he tied Chicago's Cody Nodding 1-1 in what many players are calling the most competitive game of the season.

LTHL newcomer Kerry Emino made his return after a three week absence and made sure nobody will forget him. He won his first career LTHL game with an 8-0 shutout victory over Boston's Gwennie Weaver. Kerry might have set a league record by scoring a shutout in his first career win. Kerry's success would continue as he would win his first ever crown in King of the Hill! Kerry drew the final number of entry. He would face off with Ben Hebb and win to earn six points on the leaderboard. For the first time ever every LTHL member now has points on the leaderboard for King of the Hill in a single season.

Shane Weaver would score three victories for Toronto to close the gap to just two points behind the league leading Chicago Black Hawks. Shane would defeat Montreal's Graham Carver 6-1, Boston's Gwennie Weaver 9-2 and Montreal's Roger Heisler 10-5. Shane now leads all categories for the 2018-2019 season league leaders.

This Tuesday night is the second annual LTHL All Star Game & Skills Competition. Both teams have been confirmed as the top four players with the best win/loss records qualify. #1 ranked Shane Weaver will team up with #4 ranked Ben Hebb to take on #2 ranked Cody Nodding and #3 ranked Graham Carver. These two teams will compete in a best of five series to showcase the best of the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League. This years format has been increased to best of five games to further increase the competition for this exciting night. All players will kick off the night with the Skills Competition. It will feature a series of fun mini games that will test player's skills that are required in real table hockey matches. It's going to be a fun and exciting night for the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League!

We would also like to thank everyone for visiting this website as we celebrate 1000 unique visitors! This website is our gateway to exposure and providing you with lots of information about the league. Once again, thank you for supporting this website and we'll continue to do our best to bring you all of the fun and excitement of the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League.
BLACK HAWKS TAKE BACK #1
DECEMBER 2, 2018
In week seven it was the Chicago Black Hawks who battled back to reclaim the top spot in the league standings. Here's a quick recap of week seven events.

Chicago Captain Cody Nodding had an impressive night leading the Black Hawks to an undefeated week. He scored two wins over his season rival Shane Weaver of the Toronto Maple Leafs. The first game could have went either way as Cody defeated Shane 3-2 in overtime. Later in the night he would once again defeat Shane 5-3. Cody also notched an 8-0 shutout win over Roger Heisler. Gwennie Weaver put up a fight but Cody edged one out 6-4. Chicago now leads the league with a three point lead over Toronto.

Toronto Captain Shane Weaver picked up two wins over Montreal Captain Graham Carver 5-3 and Boston Captain Ben Hebb 5-3. Shane currently leads the league in three categories including goals, hat tricks and shutouts. He is tied with Cody Nodding for most regular season wins.

In King of the Hill competition, Roger Heisler capitalized on the opportunity of drawing the last number of entry into King of the Hill and won his second crown of the season. He defeated Graham Carver to earn six points for the week. Cody Nodding scored two eliminations and now trails leader Shane Weaver by just nine points. Gwennie Weaver made league history by becoming the first female player to score on the leaderboard for King of the Hill. She earned four points by defeating defending King Shane Weaver.

Next week is the final week for players to try and qualify for a spot in the second annual LTHL All Star Game. The top four win/loss records decide who will play in the big game. The second annual LTHL All Star Game & Skills Competition takes place December 11th at 6:30 PM.
LEAFS RALLY BACK
NOVEMBER 24, 2018
The Toronto Maple Leafs dominated in week six to take the top spot in the league. Lets take a look at all of the events from the half way point of the 2018-2019 season.

Shane Weaver led the Toronto Maple Leafs to an undefeated night including big wins over Chicago's Cody Nodding, a shutout win over Montreal Captain Graham Carver and wins over Boston's Ben Hebb and Gwennie Weaver. Shane's performance earns him Player of the Week for the third time this season. He also boosts the Toronto Maple Leafs to first place in the league despite being tied in points with the Chicago Black Hawks. The league rule states that the team with the best goals for/goals against average breaks the tie. Toronto takes the lead with a +61 average for the season.

Shane's dominating night didn't end there. He would run the gauntlet in King of the Hill for the first time in his career to win his second consecutive crown. Shane earned four consecutive eliminations to extend his season best longest streak to six eliminations. He earned 15 bonus points on top of his four eliminations to take the top spot on the leaderboard. He sits in the lead eleven points ahead of Cody Nodding. Shane will try to win his third consecutive crown when he leads things off at the #1 position next week.

Only two weeks remain for players to qualify for the 2018 All Star Game. After week eight the top four players with the best win/loss record will qualify for the game. The second annual All Star Game & Skills Competition will take place on December 11th.
THE SHELDON MACLEOD SHOW
NOVEMBER 24, 2018
The LTHL would like to thank everyone at The Sheldon MacLeod Show for having Commissioner Cody Nodding on the air this past Monday. Sheldon and Cody discussed the beginnings of the league, the game of table hockey and what the future holds for the LTHL. You can listen to The Sheldon MacLeod Show on 95.7 FM weekdays from 12:30 to 3:30 PM.
BIG WEEK FOR THE HABS
NOVEMBER 17, 2018
The Montreal Canadiens came alive during week five as defending champion Roger Heisler had a career night. Lets take a look at what went down.

Roger Heisler had the biggest night of his LTHL career as he went undefeated and took down the big guns of the league. He first defeated Chicago Captain Cody Nodding in a nail biter 5-4. He would finish off the night by putting a hurting on Toronto Captain Shane Weaver 6-1. Roger's performance unquestionably earns him the name of Player of the Week! He earned the team four much needed points. Captain Graham Carver went 1-1 for the night losing his first game to Shane Weaver 9-2 but would recover later on and defeat Boston's Gwennie Weaver in a close one 3-2. Montreal gains two points on Toronto in the season standings.

Shane Weaver went 2-2 for the night. He picked up his two wins over Graham Carver 9-2 and Gwennie Weaver 10-2. He would suffer defeat at the hands of Roger Heisler as mentioned earlier and a loss to Chicago Captain Cody Nodding 3-2. Cody would go 3-1 for the night filling in for his partner Kerry Emino. He would defeat Gwennie Weaver twice and Shane Weaver as mentioned earlier. He would take a loss to Roger Heisler but his six points for the night pulls them further ahead of Toronto in the season standings by three points.

Shane Weaver would make his own history and win his first King of the Hill crown. After three seasons of trying he finally came out on top with two eliminations including his last one on league leading Cody Nodding. It's a season of firsts as two players win their first crown in consecutive weeks. Shane will have to stay focused as he leads the game next week. He'll have to play hard if he wants to keep the crown on his head.
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NOVEMBER 9, 2018
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LEAFS CLOSE IN
NOVEMBER 9, 2018
The first month of the regular season concluded this week. The Chicago Black Hawks maintain their lead but it's the Toronto Maple Leafs who are closing in after a good performance in week four.

Maple Leafs Captain Shane Weaver is crowned the Player of the Week once again after scoring wins over Chicago's Kerry Emino 10-2 and Boston's Gwennie Weaver 9-1. Shane takes a big lead in the scoring race and helps place Toronto just one point behind the league leading Chicago Black Hawks. The Maple Leafs finish the week with a 3-1 record.

Chicago Black Hawks Captain Cody Nodding continues his dominance with two big victories over two top LTHL players. Cody managed to defeat Montreal Captain Graham Carver 4-2 and Toronto Captain Shane Weaver 5-1. Both Cody and Shane sit atop the race for the most wins in the regular season.

Boston Captain Ben Hebb returned after a one week absence. He went straight to work and fished out two big wins for the Bruins. Ben defeated Montreal's Roger Heisler 5-0 to score his first shutout of the season. He would also defeat Chicago's Kerry Emino 3-1 to finish the night undefeated and provide Boston with four much needed points.

In King of the Hill action, Roger Heisler would write history and win his first ever crown for King of the Hill. Roger managed to draw the final number of entry and it would pay off. He would score on Shane Weaver to end his hope of his first crown and claim his own. Roger sits with eight points in the standings and will kick things off next week at #1. Shane Weaver would rack up three eliminations to propel himself to second place on the leaderboard. Cody Nodding sits atop the standings with 27 points.

Week #5 is coming up and will the Maple Leafs jump to the top of the league? There's plenty of competition and only time will tell.
LTHL ON CBC RADIO ONE
NOVEMBER 7, 2018
CBC Mainstreet will be featuring a story on the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League today shortly after 5 PM AST. Tune in on CBC Radio One 90.5 FM
WEEK 3 RECAP
NOVEMBER 5, 2018
It was quite the week in the LTHL. Plenty of shutouts and some high scoring affairs from the league's top players. The standings are tight as we roll on this season.

Shane Weaver earns the title of Player of the Week for week three. He scored a 5-0 shutout victory over Boston's Gwennie Weaver for his second of the season. He also scored a big win over Montreal's Graham Carver 10-5 to claim the top of the leaderboard for the scoring title. Shane's performance also puts the Leafs back in second place which is just one point in front of the Montreal Canadiens. The classic hockey rivalry is really heating up this season in the LTHL!

Montreal Captain Graham Carver scored two big wins including a 6-0 shutout over Gwennie Weaver. In what is possibly his biggest victory of the season thus far, he ends the season undefeated streak of Chicago Captain Cody Nodding with a 4-2 victory! While Montreal falls to third in standings, they are in striking distance of claiming the top spot in the standings.

Cody Nodding joins the shutout race with a 4-0 win over Shane Weaver. We've got three players battling for the top as the league leaders race heats up. All four categories are very close!

In King of the Hill action, Cody Nodding claimed his second consecutive crown of the season going through the entire lineup claiming 15 bonus points during his performance. He now sits with five consecutive eliminations, 25 points and earns top spot on the leaderboard. Graham Carver trails Cody by 16 points heading into week four. Can Cody make it a three-peat this Tuesday night? It's going to be a very interesting week as Roger Heisler, Ben Hebb and Kerry Emino are set to return after a one week absence.

HABS ROAR BACK!
OCTOBER 25, 2018
Week two seen exciting games and a big comeback for the Montreal Canadiens. Captain Graham Carver is on fire with back to back wins which earns him player of the week honors. 20 goals and six hat tricks made Graham the dominant player of the night. His teammate Roger Heisler also earned a win when he scored late in the second period to win a close one with LTHL newcomer Kerry Emino. Six points on the leaderboard for week two puts Montreal in second place.

Toronto's Shane Weaver scores the first shutout of the season when he defeated Montreal's Roger Heisler 8-0. Shane also tied with Chicago Captain Cody Nodding (4-4) in an intense match but would fall to Cody 4-1 in their third match in two weeks. Shane also lost a tough one to Boston Captain Ben Hebb 3-2 when Ben scored with just one second left on the clock to end the game! It appears to be the first time this has happened in league history. Toronto scored three points on the leaderboard but will fall to third place.

Boston's Ben Hebb won both of his games this week to give Boston a boost after a slow start last week: his buzzer beater on Shane Weaver and an 8-5 win over LTHL newcomer Kerry Emino. While Kerry lost both of his games in his debut, he showed to everyone that he's got game and will have a bright future in the league.

Commissioner Cody Nodding takes the crown for week two of King of the Hill. The previous King, Graham Carver, managed to score two more eliminations to retain the top spot on the leaderboard. Cody Nodding also scored back to back eliminations and sits at the #2 spot with seven points. Shane Weaver also managed to get back to back eliminations and trails the current King by just one point. Cody Nodding will start King of the Hill at the #1 spot next week. The action returns next Tuesday night at 6:30 PM. The standings are close!

WEEK ONE IN THE BOOKS
OCTOBER 18, 2018
This past Tuesday marked the return of the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League for its fourth season. The first week seen some exciting games including some of the LTHL's best rivalries.

The Chicago Black Hawks pick up where they left off, except the team sees a facelift this year. LTHL Commissioner Cody Nodding has taken over as the captain of the Black Hawks for 2018 and he was off to a blazing hot start. He went undefeated picking up four wins for Chicago including defeats over league rival Shane Weaver (7-4) and Roger Heisler (4-1). Two of his four games were substitution games for his new teammate, Kerry Emino, who will be making his anticipated LTHL debut next week. Cody also scored the Player of the Week honor for week #1 scoring twelve goals and three hat tricks.

Toronto's Captain, Shane Weaver had a good night scoring two wins and a tie. He defeated Ben Hebb (5-2) and Graham Carver (7-4) but managed to only tie Carver later in the rematch (2-2). Toronto trails Chicago by three points and sits in second with five points. Another notable moment was when defending champion Roger Heisler managed to score a big overtime victory over Ben Hebb (5-4) to kick start his season.

In King of the Hill action, Graham Carver starts his season on a golden note with back to back eliminations over Roger Heisler and Ben Hebb to claim the first crown of the season. Roger Heisler also scored back to back eliminations over Shane and Gwennie Weaver. Graham Carver sits on top of the leaderboard with seven points.

The LTHL will be back next Tuesday at 6:30 PM with more exciting fun. The season might be young but there will be plenty of heart stopping moments on the journey to the LTHL Championship. Visit our Facebook page for photos from our season opener.

TABLE HOCKEY IS BACK!
OCTOBER 16, 2018
Excitement is high as the 2018-2019 Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League season kicks off tonight! Chicago faces off with Toronto and Boston takes on Montreal in our opening matches. It's going to be a night to remember!

DRAFTED!
OCTOBER 13, 2018
This past Tuesday the LTHL held its annual awards ceremony to recognize the achievements of the 2017-2018 season. Toronto Maple Leafs' Shane Weaver walked away with two league leading awards for wins and hat tricks. The trophy for the All Star Game was revealed and awarded to Shane Weaver and Cody Nodding. Roger Heisler received a plaque for the Chicago Black Hawks winning top spot in the regular season. Gwennie Weaver made league histroy after being voted as the first sportswoman of the league. She is the first woman to win the Sportsmanship award which is voted on each season by all league members. Click here to see photos from the LTHL Awards on our official Facebook page.

The LTHL Draft for the 2018-2019 season followed the ceremony. Due to an uneven amount of players this year and schedule conflicts the format for the draw needed to be altered. Team Captains from last season did draw names and these will be the teams for the 2018-2019 season:

Montreal Canadiens: Captain Graham Carver and Roger Heisler
Boston Bruins: Captain Ben Hebb and Gwennie Weaver
Toronto Maple Leafs: Captain Shane Weaver and TBD
Chicago Black Hawks: Captain Cody Nodding and Kerry Emino

This Tuesday night the 2018-2019 season officially begins at 6:30 PM. Excitement is running high for what should be a memorable season. Stay tuned to lunenburgtabletophockey.com for complete coverage of the upcoming season.

LTHL DRAFT
OCTOBER 6, 2018
This Tuesday night the teams will be formed for the 2018-2019 season. Teams will draw names based on their positioning from last season from low to high. If you would like to be drafted click here to contact us.
                                                              

SPONSORSHIP
JULY 25, 2018
We are currently looking for sponsorship for the 2018-2019 season. If you are interested in helping the league we would like to hear from you! Click here for more on sponsorship opportunities with the LTHL.
2018-2019 SEASON REVEALED
JULY 25, 2018
Click here to get all of the details on the upcoming season with this 2018-2019 Season Press Release.

CHAMPIONS!
FEBRUARY 14, 2018
Congratulations to Craig Tanner and Roger Heisler of the Chicago Black Hawks on becoming the 2017-2018 LTHL Champions! Chicago defeats Toronto in game seven to claim its third consecutive championship.

Click here for complete coverage of the 2017-2018 LTHL Playoffs.

PLAYOFFS COVERAGE
FEBRUARY 10, 2018
The first week of the LTHL Playoffs is in the books. In the opening round the Chicago Black Hawks took on the Montreal Canadiens. The Toronto Maple Leafs also faced off with the Boston Bruins. Both matches were contested under the best of seven games format.

Craig Tanner would once again pilot his team to victory defeating both Gwennie Weaver and Graham Carver to advance to the championship final. Chicago would win the best of seven series 4-1. Montreal's Gwennie Weaver would make league history by becoming the first female player to score a goal and win a game in the Playoffs.

After two failed attempts, Shane Weaver finally earned a spot in the championship final with a 4-1 victory over Ben Hebb and Cody Nodding of the Boston Bruins. Shane dropped the first game in overtime to Cody Nodding but would go on to win four straight games to book his ticket to the finals.

Chicago will meet Toronto for the LTHL Championship on Tuesday, February 13th. It's looking to be the most intense championship final in league history. Will Chicago make it a three-peat or will Toronto see their first championship in franchise history. You can follow along with the action with Playoff updates on our Facebook page this Tuesday night. It's going to be one for the ages.

Click here for complete statistics and results for the 2017-2018 Playoffs.

PLAYOFFS RESCHEDULED
FEBRUARY 4, 2018
The opening round of the 2017-2018 Playoffs has been rescheduled to take place on Tuesday, February 6th at 6:30 PM. Weather permitting, the Championship round will take place on Tuesday, February 13th at 6:30 PM.

IMPORTANT NOTICE
JANUARY 30, 2018
Due to today's snowfall, road conditions are still unsafe in certain areas. It has been decided that tonight's opening round of the Playoffs have been postponed. We value the safety of our players. More information to follow in the coming days regarding postponed date.
THE FINAL WEEK
JANUARY 28, 2018
It was the final week of the regular season and everyone was prepared for one final fight. The LTHL Playoffs are on the horizon and the competition is intense. Here's the rundown for the finale of the 2017-2018 regular season.

The league leading Chicago Black Hawks went 3-1 for the night to close out the season. Craig Tanner picked up convincing wins over Ben Hebb and Graham Carver. Roger Heisler scored an overtime victory over Gwennie Weaver but fell to Shane Weaver in his second game. Craig Tanner's performance clinched him the scoring and hat trick titles for the year. He also clinched the shutouts title a few weeks prior.

The Toronto Maple Leafs had a dominant night with a 4-0 record. Shane picked up overtime victories over Boston's Ben Hebb and Cody Nodding. He also picked up victories over Graham Carver and Roger Heisler. Shane clinches the most wins title with 21 on the season. He will also be the co-winner of the hat trick title with Craig Tanner. This marks the first time Shane Weaver wins league leading titles in his LTHL career and it also marks the first time there will be co-winners of a league leading title.

Cody Nodding wins the final King of the Hill Crown of the season eliminating three in a row. This marks his fourth crown of the season and he will finish the season second place on the leaderboard. Craig Tanner wins the King of the Hill Championship after winning four consecutive crowns earlier in the season. This marks his second consecutive King of the Hill Championship.

The regular season may have finished but the road to the LTHL Championship isn't finished yet. This Tuesday night the 2017-2018 season Playoffs kick off with the league leading Chicago Black Hawks taking on the Montreal Canadiens. The Toronto Maple Leafs will face off with the Boston Bruins. It's two exciting best of seven series and the winners will meet in a clash for the LTHL Championship. It all begins this Tuesday night at 6:30 PM!
THE PENULTIMATE WEEK
JANUARY 21, 2018
Week eleven of the regular season marks the penultimate week. Teams banded together to give one more shot before we head to the final week.

The Chicago Black Hawks managed to clinch the top spot for the regular season after winning four straight games. Chicago was without Roger Heisler this week so Craig Tanner guided the team to victory. Craig scored wins over Shane Weaver, Cody Nodding and Graham Carver to put the Black Hawks far enough ahead that they have clinched the regular season.

The captain of the Boston Bruins, Ben Hebb has been on a hot streak in the month of January. He currently rides a five game winning streak with wins over Shane Weaver, Graham Carver, Gwennie Weaver and Roger Heisler. His great performance has helped Boston go 8-2 in their last ten games played.

It was a less than stellar week for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Shane Weaver's off week included a 1-4 record with losses to Ben Hebb and Craig Tanner. Toronto has also dropped to third place in standings trailing the Boston Bruins by four points. Shane and Craig Tanner are both neck and neck in three categories for the league leaders. Craig leads the scoring title race by five goals. Shane is just one win up on Craig Tanner for the most wins. They are both tied for hat tricks this season too. It's come down to the final week and it's going to be a close race to decide these titles. Craig Tanner has clinched the Shutout title for the season. This marks his first ever Shutout title and he has now won all four of the league leading titles in three seasons.

In King of the Hill action the red hot Ben Hebb racked up four eliminations on route to his third crown of the season. He eliminated Graham Carver, Gwennie Weaver, Cody Nodding and Craig Tanner. He moves to second place in points for the season. Craig Tanner has clinched the King of the Hill title for the season. His four consecutive crowns gave him a big enough lead that nobody was able to catch him. Next week's King of the Hill will still be played with each player looking to win the final crown.

The final night of the regular season takes place this Tuesday night at 6:30 PM. Everyone will be looking to get a strong finish to the season as we get one step closer to the Playoffs.
A NEW YEAR
JANUARY 13, 2018
Happy new year to everyone! The LTHL returns from the holiday break with an explosive week of table hockey action. Here's the rundown for week ten of the regular season.

It was a great week for both the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins. Both teams managed to earn six points in the season standings with three wins each. Shane Weaver picks up wins over Roger Heisler, Cody Nodding and Gwennie Weaver. He fell to Graham Carver late in the last period 3-2. Toronto trails the league leading Chicago Black Hawks by seven points.

Boston captain Ben Hebb went undefeated for the night scoring wins over Roger Heisler and Graham Carver. Heisler tied up their game late in the second period to take it to overtime but it was Ben Hebb with the final bullet to win the game 4-3. Cody Nodding fell to Shane Weaver 6-4 but redeemed himself with a huge win over Craig Tanner. After being down 2-0 after the first period, Cody would score five unanswered goals to win the game 5-2. Boston also trails Chicago by seven points in the standings.

In King of the Hill action, it would once again be the final number coming out on top. Congratulations to Graham Carver who drew #7 and entered the game to eliminate leader Craig Tanner to win his first ever crown. It appears that the player who draws the last number is making a big impact in this year's King of the Hill competition. Ben Hebb scored three bonus points when he eliminated the previous King, Cody Nodding.

The regular season is winding down with only two weeks remaining. Chicago's lead was cut down in week ten but Toronto and Boston still have lots of work to do if they want to keep up. The excitement continues next week at 6:30 PM depending on the weather. This has been another edition of the LTHL league news update.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS
DECEMBER 24, 2017
The Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! The league is on holiday break but will return on January 9th, 2018 for week ten of the regular season. We would also like to thank everyone who has participated this season and we look forward to a spectacular 2018!

ALL STAR NIGHT
DECEMBER 23, 2017
The last event of 2017 for the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League was history making. The inaugural All Star Game & Skills Competition was a success providing fun entertainment and high quality table hockey action. The entire league participated in six events throughout the night for the Skills Competition.

Players faced off in the One-timer Competition where they had ten shots to score as many one-timers. The right win player was not allowed to cross the blue line when making passes. In the end it was Gwennie Weaver who won the contest by scoring four shots. In the second event it was Shane Weaver winning the Obstacle Course Relay with the fastest time. Craig Tanner won with the fastest time in the Around the Clock Challenge where you had to pass the puck around the board to all of your players without missing. Shane Weaver would get the fastest time in the Goalie Passing Challenge where the object was to pass the puck with your goalie to all five of your players. Craig Tanner won the Shootout Competition where each player got five shots on net against a human controlled goalie. In the final event it would be Cody Nodding winning the Defensive Puck Dump Contest with 250 points. The object was to dump the puck with your left defenceman behind the net and land on the scoring grid to earn points. It was a fun event and it was great to see everyone test their skills using maneuvers that are crucial in real table hockey matches.

In the main event the top four players in the league teamed up for the All Star Game. #1 All Star Craig Tanner and #4 Ben Hebb faced off against #2 Shane Weaver and #3 Cody Nodding in a best two out of three game series. A coin toss for each team determined the participants for the first period. Ben Hebb struck first blood on Shane Weaver but after the first period it was Shane ahead 3-1. In the second period, Cody Nodding was able to hold off Craig Tanner in a scoreless period as they took the series lead 1-0.

In game two, Cody Nodding and Ben Hebb faced off and Cody put his team in the lead 3-0 after the first period. In the second period, Craig Tanner mounted a comeback with three unanswered goals on Shane Weaver to make it 4-3 and raise the intensity. With only 28 seconds remaining, Shane was able to extend the lead by two with a pass to center which lead to Team All Stars B taking victory. Shane Weaver and Cody Nodding would become the first ever winners of the All Star Game with a 2-0 series win and create more history for the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League.

The LTHL would like to thank everyone that participated and helped out with the event. The league enters holiday break and will resume in the new year with week ten of the regular season on January 9th, 2018. Thank you for another great year!
2017 COMES TO A CLOSE
DECEMBER 17, 2017
Week nine marks the end of the regular season in 2017. Everyone fought hard in the last night before the holiday break. It would be both Toronto and Chicago picking up three wins to end 2017 on a high note.

Chicago captain Craig Tanner picked up two wins which includes a 7-0 shutout over Cody Nodding and a 9-1 victory over Graham Carver. It was a dominant night for the league leader. His teammate Roger Heisler suffered a 7-6 loss to Shane Weaver but managed to win against Gwennie Weaver 5-3.

Toronto captain Shane Weaver made is return after missing last week's games. He defeated Ben Hebb 2-1, and Graham Carver 11-6. Toronto's perfect night would be derailed by Cody Nodding who defeated Shane 7-4. Shane had a great night despite last week's unfortunate forfeits. Toronto trails league leading Chicago by ten points in the standings.

The King of the Hill crown is being tossed around like a hot potato. Ben Hebb loses the crown after being eliminated by leader Craig Tanner. However, Cody Nodding would end the night wearing the crown after eliminating both Shane Weaver and Roger Heisler. This would mark Cody's third crown this season. King of the Hill will return in 2018 after the holiday break.

We are just mere days away from the first ever All Star Game and Skills Competition and the excitement is at an all time high. Players will compete in ten different competitions with the night ending with the inaugural All Star Game. Craig Tanner and Ben Hebb will team up to take on Shane Weaver and Cody Nodding in the best two out of three game series. The LTHL's best compete this Tuesday night and history will be made! The regular season will resume January 9th, 2018 with only three weeks remaining before the Playoffs.

BLACK HAWKS SOAR ONWARD
DECEMBER 10, 2017
The Chicago Black Hawks scored eight points this week to extend their lead in the standings. Captain Craig Tanner also notched a shutout over Montreal's Gwennie Weaver and a 10-2 victory over Boston's Cody Nodding. Craig also takes a lead in the race for the league's scoring and hat trick titles. His teammate Roger Heisler was unavailable to play this week but will be making his return for week nine.

Unfortunately, the Toronto Maple Leafs were unable to ice a team this week and therefore were forced to forfeit all of the week's games. Due to this, only four games were played this week. Toronto's unfortunate situation deals them a major blow. The Leafs fall to third place in the standings and now trail the league leading Chicago Black Hawks by ten points. Toronto captain Shane Weaver also falls back in the scoring and hat trick title races. It's an unfortunate road bump considering the Leaf's were having their best season in league history. The Leafs will be looking to get back on track during week nine.

Ben Hebb was able to win his second crown of the season in King of the Hill after eliminating the season leader, Craig Tanner with a stunning goal. Ben looks to keep up the momentum when he will step into the #1 spot in week nine.

Only one week remains in 2017 until we head off to the first ever LTHL All Star Game. This event will conclude 2017. The players of the LTHL will take a holiday break and return in 2018 to finish off the regular season.

BACK ON TOP
DECEMBER 3, 2017
Week seven seen more of the high quality competition of the Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League. It would also be the night the Chicago Black Hawks reclaim the top spot in the league.

Chicago captain Craig Tanner notched in two victories which included a hard fought 4-3 overtime win over Boston's Cody Nodding and an 11-5 win over Montreal captain Graham Carver. Roger Heisler managed to score a win over Boston's Ben Hebb 4-3. Hebb managed to accidentally score on himself twice which would end up giving the lead to Heisler after leading the game 3-1. Chicago would earn six points for the night and claim the league lead.

Toronto captain Shane Weaver scored two huge victories which includes wins over Roger Heisler 10-4 and Gwennie Weaver 9-1. Toronto trails the lead by just two points. Shane continues to be the league leader in the scoring, wins and hat trick categories after week seven.

Graham Carver managed to end a ten game losing streak for the Canadiens with a 5-3 win over Shane Weaver. Ben Hebb recorded his first shutout of the season with a 6-0 win over Gwennie Weaver. Ben and Craig Tanner are the only players to record shutouts this season. Ben trails Craig by two in thew race for the shutout title.

In King of the Hill action, Cody Nodding won his second crown of the season when he scored on Shane Weaver when entering the game as the final participant. Shane got his first points of the season when he eliminated three straight competitors which included the season leading Craig Tanner. Craig Tanner earned bonus points when he eliminated reigning King Ben Hebb early on in the game. Craig still holds a major lead on the leaderboard after his four weeks of domination.

The eighth week of the season commences this Tuesday night at 6:30 PM. Only two league nights remain before we reach the inaugural All Star Game event on December 19th. The four players who qualify for the All Star Game will be announced after week eight.
THE HALF WAY POINT
NOVEMBER 26, 2017
This week marked the half way point of the 2017-2018 season and it proved to be the most explosive week of the season. Competition reached a season high with some big upsets. The landscape of the LTHL was definitely shook up during week six.

Cody Nodding of the Boston Bruins had a great week with two wins. He defeated Montreal's Graham Carver 7-3 and took down Toronto's Shane Weaver 8-5. Boston's Ben Hebb also scored a victory over Chicago's Roger Heisler 2-1. Boston earned six points for the week bringing them within three points of the top of the season standings.

The biggest story of the week involves Toronto's Shane Weaver. He put an end to Craig Tanner's winning streak this season with a 4-3 overtime win. It was an intense match that really put a spin on things for the season. Shane had an impressive week and his wins tie Toronto with Chicago in the standings for the league lead.

In King of the Hill action, Roger Heisler shocked the league when he put an end to Craig Tanner's four week reign with a slick goal from his right winger. Roger would then be scored on by Graham Carver after an accidental move with his goalie. In the final, Ben Hebb was able to eliminate Graham Carver to win his first crown of the season. Ben propels himself to third on the leaderboard.

It was a week that will not be forgotten by the members of the LTHL. It will be very exciting to see how things play out in the second half of the regular season. The competition has reached a fever pitch and it will be an all out battle all the way to the playoffs! The action continues this Tuesday night at 6:30
BLACK HAWKS ON TOP
NOVEMBER 19, 2017
It was a very competitive week in the LTHL but it was a four win night from Craig Tanner that puts the Chicago Black Hawks back at the top of the league. While Chicago takes the lead there is only one point separating them from the Toronto Maple Leafs.

Craig Tanner filled in for the absent Roger Heisler and won four straight games for the Black Hawks this past Tuesday. Craig disposed of Shane Weaver in the first game 11-3. In the second game he barely escaped with the win after a 3-2 overtime win over Montreal's Graham Carver. In game three he edged out Cody Nodding with a 4-1 win. In his final game of the night he once again was taken to the limit with a 3-2 overtime win over Shane Weaver. Toronto got an important overtime loss point which keeps them just one point out of the lead.

Both Toronto and Boston finished the night with two wins each. Boston trails Toronto by just three points in the standings. The Montreal Canadiens are currently suffering a six game losing streak. Will their fortune change in week six?

Craig Tanner wins an impressive fourth straight King of the Hill crown. He has also strung together a 20 elimination streak and there looks to be no stop to his momentum. Will anyone step up and break the streak? The player who can eliminate Craig will earn four points on the leader board.

Week six will mark the half way point of the 2017-2018 season. Each team battles onward to the LTHL Playoffs and the competition is fierce!
BRUINS CLAW BACK IN WEEK FOUR
NOVEMBER 11, 2017
The first month of the regular season is in the books and so far the competition has been fierce. Toronto hangs onto the lead by just two points while Chicago and Boston are in striking distance. The Boston Bruins managed to win three games this week to tie themselves with Chicago in the standings. Two months remain in the regular season and it's looking like it could possibly be a nail biter in the final weeks if things keep up.

Despite Ben Hebb being shutout by Craig Tanner in the opening game, Boston struck back with three consecutive wins to take six points for the night. Ben Hebb defeats Gwennie Weaver 4-1. Cody Nodding managed to rack up two huge wins and snap a two game losing streak. He defeated Shane Weaver 4-3 after trailing early. He also made a comeback and defeated Roger Heisler 8-7 after being down by two goals late. It was two exciting games and could possibly push Cody for Player of the Week.

Craig Tanner once again goes undefeated with an 8-0 shutout win over Ben Hebb. He also defeated Shane Weaver 5-4 in overtime in what was an edge of your seat experience. Roger Heisler dropped both of his games which included a heartbreaking 4-3 loss to Montreal's Graham Carver.

Shane Weaver piloted Toronto to five points for the night. Despite losing to Craig Tanner in overtime he was able to defeat Montreal's Gwennie Weaver 9-1 and Graham Carver 7-1.

Craig Tanner once again ran the gauntlet in King of the Hill. He increases his point total to 53 and elimination streak to 15 after week four. He will start out in the #1 position next week.
LEAFS HANG ON TO THE LEAD
NOVEMBER 5, 2017
After week three the LTHL standings see a close race for the lead. The Chicago Black Hawks racked up three wins to push themselves closer to the league leading Toronto Maple Leafs. Despite winning only two games, an overtime loss to the Boston Bruins gave the Maple Leafs a point which sets them one point ahead of the Black Hawks.

Craig Tanner wins two more games to keep his undefeated streak alive. Roger Heisler went 1-1 in his return after missing week two. In just two weeks the Black Hawks have jumped up the standings and are looking to claim the number one spot.

Boston's Ben Hebb went 2-0 in his return. Cody Nodding went 0-2 but managed to secure a crucial point in an overtime loss to Toronto's Shane Weaver. Boston trails Chicago by just two points.

Craig Tanner went undefeated in King of the Hill to win back to back crowns and score big bonus points. He now has a sizeable lead on the leaderboard. The LTHL will return to its regular time on Tuesday, November 7th. It was announced that the first ever All Star Game and Skills Competition will take place on December 19th. It will be the last event of 2017 before heading to the holiday break.
BLACK HAWKS SOAR IN WEEK TWO
OCTOBER 29, 2017
Week two of the 2017-2018 season seen the return of Chicago Black Hawks captain, Craig Tanner. Craig missed the first week but came back a man on a mission after the departure of his father, Doug Tanner, who left the league just prior to the start of the season.

Roger Heisler was unavailable to play so Craig had to play out all four of the team's games. He scored shutout victories over both Gwennie Weaver and Cody Nodding. He ended up going undefeated for the night and boosted Chicago to second place in the standings trailing Toronto by only two points.

Craig also won the crown in King of the Hill for week two. He scored three straight eliminations. With bonus points added, he vaulted to the top of the standings with 11 points for the night. Cody Nodding got one elimination and sits close by in second place on the leaderboard.

Shane Weaver nabbed two wins for the Maple Leafs which included the overtime win over Graham Carver of Montreal. Toronto earned four points for the night and maintain the lead in the regular season standings. Shane was also announced as the Tim Townsend Painting Player of the Week for week one! Cody Nodding managed to earn Boston five points for the night which included a overtime loss to Craig Tanner. The season standings contains a tight race for the lead.

Please take note that week three of the LTHL season has been moved one night to Wednesday, November 1st at 6:30 PM. Halloween costumes are encouraged! We'll also announce the Tim Townsend Painting Player of the Week for week two. We look forward to seeing everyone on Wednesday for another exciting week of table hockey fun!
LEAFS RULE SEASON OPENER
OCTOBER 21, 2017
The Lunenburg Tabletop Hockey League kicked off its third season this past Tuesday. Four teams squared off at the round table and it was the Toronto Maple Leafs standing tall. Shane Weaver captained the Leafs to four straight wins to start off the season strong.

Montreal and Boston are tied at second in the standings. Montreal captain Graham Carver went undefeated defeating Boston's Cody Nodding twice with both games ending in overtime! Montreal's Gwennie Weaver made her LTHL debut and may have set a league record by scoring just four seconds into her first game! Ben Hebb scored a victory over Roger Heisler to give Boston two points on the board.

Chicago's Roger Heisler took over for the team and managed to get the team on the board with one victory over Gwennie Weaver. Next week, captain Craig Tanner will make his return for Chicago to defend the LTHL Championship.

LTHL Commissioner Cody Nodding rose to the top and claimed the crown for the first week of King of the Hill. King of the Hill starts its second season. Cody Nodding made back to back eliminations to stand at the top of the leaderboard. It was a great beginning to the 2017-2018 season.


 

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