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PLAYOFFS, PEOPLE

We’re in the middle of D1 Playoffs here, people, and it’s time to check in. How’re we all feeling? Holding up? Getting all the action you were hoping for? Disappointed that games aren’t as close as in D2 Playoffs? Fine with that as long as the Sunday games are interesting? Surprised that Philly is out? Surprised […]

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WFTDA RANKINGS AND PLAYOFF SEEDINGS ARE OUT ARE YOU EXCITED I AM EXCITED FLIGHTS FROM PORTLAND TO DALLAS ARE CHEAP I’M JUST SAYING   Okay, we don’t have to yell for the ENTIRE post. I’m happy that flights are cheap to Dallas (Rose has had less-fortunate travel plans the last few years), but that lineup […]

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You got your bracket*,  your flat track stats, and maybe/sometimes your Rinxter (Ed: well, you used to). Perhaps you have a beer. You, friend, are ready to spectate the hell out of some roller derby. Thinking of attending playoffs in Sacramento gives me a flashback hangover to 2010. You know, Scylla won Best Blocker at the […]

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Welcome once again to the Frisky Power Rankings, where I rank women’s flat track roller derby according to my whims/in-depth knowledge. IT’S THE MOST WONDERFUL TIIIIIME OF THE YEAAAAR Division One Playoffs are just around the corner, everyone! Next weekend! This is really when teams have to show their power. There will probably be surprises. […]

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So, you’re headed to beautiful Salem, Oregon for the WFTDA Playoffs! Salem is the capital of my home state, and I’m uniquely qualified to describe its wonders because I’ve 1) driven near it on the freeway several times a year and 2) visited on more than one field trip as a child.  (We sang “The […]

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If ya’ll have been poking around the site, you know that I started my roller derby career with the Bleeding Heartland Rollergirls. I’m one of those rare Portland natives (okay, I grew up in Beaverton), but when my husband and I got married, he was in a doctoral program at Indiana University. Of the two […]

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