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Quick, low-scoring jams were the order of the day on Saturday, Feb 15 as the Double Crossers beat the Manic Attackers and finished the 2014 home season with a 2-1 record.
Will you be our valentine? Come spend quality time with your favorite Windy City Rollers skaters Feb. 15 at the UIC Pavilion for the final home season bout before playoffs in April. Doors open at 5 p.m. First whistle at 6 p.m. Tickets available now!
Saturday night the Windy City Rollers’ second home season date saw a rematch of last year’s two best teams, The Fury and the Manic Attackers. In the last three seasons, the two teams have battled it out against each other for the Ivy King Cup. However, for the first time in years, both the Manics and The Fury came into their second bout with a 0-1 win-loss record. Keeping with tradition and their tense history however, both teams came out slugging in an offensive battle rife with fits and starts ...
The Hell's Belles moved into sole possession of first place Saturday with a win over the Double Crossers.
Come out and cheer on your favorite WCR home team skaters back at the UIC Pavilion on Saturday, Jan. 18. The doors will open at 5 p.m., and the first whistle will go off at 6 p.m.
Friday night our home team captains drafted skaters from our Haymarket Rioters farm team to their respective home teams. Read on for the full breakdown!
The Windy City Rollers will make your holidays bright with great deals on both season and single bout tickets! For a limited time, surprise your loved ones with these specials.
The Double Crossers handed The Fury, who went undefeated last year en route to the Ivy King Cup championship, a loss in the 2013 home season opener last Saturday.
The Hell's Belles led from the opening whistle until the end en route to the team's first victory of the 2014 home season by defeating the Manic Attackers on Saturday.
After eight long years of service in stripes, the Windy City Rollers are losing their highly esteemed Senior Referee, Dr. Vroom, to retirement and something called "real life." Although we are saddened to see her go and not sure what do with ourselves in her absence, we wanted to share our favorite memories of Vroom in a WCR-style farewell.