Meet & Greet with the Pros at Chicago


Dynasty –

Direct Hit
655 E. US RT. 30
Schererville, IN 46375
Phone: 219-322-0444
Wednesday, 7:30-9:00 PM

Infamous –

Fox River Games
1891 N. Farnsworth Ave.
Aurora IL 60505
Phone: 630-585-5651
Wednesday, 7:30-9:00 PM

537 W. 195th Street
Glenwood, IL 60425
Phone: 708-756-1166
Thursday, 7:30-9:00 PM

X-Factor –

PB Explosion
PB Explosion Inc.
4866 Dempster, Skokie IL 60077
Phone: 847-674-0678
Wednesday, 7:30-9:00 PM

7-Man League in the Works

Info thanks to Junior Brown.

This is what i have pulled out for you guys.

News just in! or I should say I have just hacked into Rich Telford’s E-mail (Well it was on the table) and a draft press release was on it! Looks like one will be coming soon from the new 7 man league! I thought to myself, what the hell, you guys support so I should try and get you guys some hot news before any other site does…The name on the email was USPL
How it looked to me was Western Conference and an Eastern Conference with 6 events across the United States. Having 7-man play from Div 3 to the Professional and 5 man after that. It looked like two HB events one at the start and one at the end with four events in-between two on the west coast and two on the east coast. It looked like you play your conference and the HB to get a full season in for points but if your team has money you could play all. Some thing else on the email was talk of the first HB being 3 days not 4 and the date was April 3rd to 5th not 2nd to 5th like some people have been saying. 5 of the Teams owners formed a board of directors but I didn’t see the names of them on the email. But I did see Chuck Hendsch, Camille Lemanski and Tom Cole named a few times. So who are the pro teams? I did get that first…

Tampa Bay Damage,
Sacramento XSV,
San Diego Dynasty,
San Antonio X-Factor,
Los Angeles Infamous,
Edmonton Impact,
D.C. Arsenal,
San Jose or Bay Area Explicit,
St. Louis Avalanche,
Scottsdale Elevation,
Chicago Farside,
O.C, Bushwackers,
Phoenix United
Oakland Blast,
Indianapolis (TBA)
Miami Rage,

It looked like this and more will be out from the league in days! Or even sooner now I have posted this. I did see more on the email but that’s all I can remember.

I have one more bit of info I think might be true. But I will post that later tonight or tomorow, onto this thread when I find out 100%… Keep looking back.


Commander’s Cup Scores

1.) San Diego Dynasty
2.) OC Bushwhackers
3.) Edmonton Impact
4.) Tampa Bay Damage

1.) Arsenal Evolution
3.) Impact
4.) Phoenix United

Div 1
1.) Hollywood HK
2.) L.A. Hitmen
3.) Synergy
4.) Rockstar Factory

Div 2
1.) Go 4 Broke
2.) Miami Rage
3.) Tombstone
4.) Asylum

Div 3
1.) SCP Epic and Friends
2.) Top Gun Factory
3.) Effects
4.) Dark Riders

Overall NPPL Series Champs

1.) San Diego Dynasty
2.) Golden State Ironmen
3.) San Antonio X-Factor

1.) Arsenal Evolution
2.) Impact
3.) Method of Destruction

Div 1
1.) Aftermath II
2.) Hollywood HK
3.) Splat Kids

Div 2
1.) Miami Rage
2.) Go 4 Broke
3.) Tombstone

Div 3
1.) CS Union
2.) Envy
3.) Top Gun Factory

2007 PSP Chicago Results

The Chicago PSP has come and gone. And I would’ve posted this early, but have just had too many problems arise.

For the NXL, the winner was Texas’s X-Factor. Big congrats to them on their first NXL win. Second and third were Ironmen and Dynasty respectively.

Russian Legion, after a 23 to 1 beatdown on Ultimate, made 10th, failing to advance to Saturday.

The complete list

  1. X-factor
  2. Los Angeles Ironmen
  3. San Diego Dynasty
  4. Philly Americans
  5. Detroit Strange
  6. Chicago Aftershock
  7. LA Infamous
  8. Seattle Naughty Dogs
  9. Jax Raiders
  10. Boston Red Legion
  11. NE Hurricanes
  12. Baltimore Trauma
  13. San Diego Legacy
  14. Ultimate
  15. Las Vegas LTZ
  16. XSV

The new standings for the year are as follows

  1. Los Angeles Ironmen 280
  2. San Diego Dynasty 270
  3. X-Factor 255
  4. Boston Red Legion 240
  5. LA Infamous 210
  6. Detroit Strange 185
  7. Philly Americans 180
  8. Chicago Aftershock 175
  9. Jax Raiders 175
  10. Sacrmento XSV 130
  11. Seattle Naughty Dogs 120
  12. NE Hurricanes 110
  13. Las Vegas LTZ 110
  14. San Diego Legacy 105
  15. Baltimore Trauma 95
  16. Ultimate 60

This PSP also consisted of the All Star match, which is why the NXL finals were held on Saturday instead of Sunday. The East wins by taking the first 2 games with scores of 13 – 8 and 9 – 8.

For Open X-Ball, the winner was Aftermath followed by Impact, Avalanche X, and Static.

The rest of the scores are after the jump

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