Not since the days of Jake and Elwood blues has Chicago had a duo that bring the state to its feet. Pat Lee, currently playing with the Chicago blaze in the AAHL (all American hockey league) and having a very productive season, has signed aboard Steve Mchugh’s ship to guide the roller snakes through their first season with new management in MLRH.
Lee, who has excelled on wheels and on ice, has the ability to bring other talent to the land of Lincoln and to bring the Roller Snakes to the top of the MLRH food chain. Owner and gm Steve Mchugh, looks forward to the snakes season debut in Grand Rapids, MI, January 16th and 17th. Mchugh who owns the very successful hockey hut in Palatne, IL, has taken the task of the Roller Snakes commitment to winning very seriously. Pat Lee currently has 11 goals for the Chicago blaze (AAHL), an “A” level ice team which competes in the windy city.
Interviewed just a few days ago, Mchugh promised a top rate professional team in the full check and fight MLRH2 and also very competitive squads at the “AAA” and “AA” levels which Pat Lee the captain of the MLRH2 team will be coaching.
“Lee is a perfect fit for the snakes. His leadership, desire to win and his work ethic are the embodiment of a successful and winning franchise”, McHugh commented. “With the addition of Pete Messina, another world class athlete and other key players, we will have a tremendously competitive and dominant team”, Mchugh finished.
“We have just done our tryouts and I’d like to see who can do what in game situations before the league roster lock of January 31st, 2010”, Pat lee stated. “After the debut in grand rapids, we look forward to giving our fans in Chicago, a show as we’ll open our season at home February 27th and 28th within our division, the north. People can expect to see the Michigan Thunder, the currently undefeated Detroit Revolution and the ever hard working DC Filibusters”, Lee finished.
Grand Rapids is looking forward to seeing the snakes debut their teams and to see the work of Steve Mchugh and Pat Lee. Chicago fans can look forward to seeing the Snakes debut at their home facility in Palatine, on February 27th and 28th