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2006-07 PIHA season

2007 PIHA season
League Professional Inline Hockey Association
Sport Inline hockey
Duration December 1, 2006-May 27, 2007
Regular season
Season MVP United States Joe D'Aloisio (Philadelphia)
Top scorer United States Brian Yingling (Colorado Springs)
Playoffs
Eastern champions Boston Roller Rats
  Eastern runners-up Harrisburg Lunatics
Western champions Southside Snipers
  Western runners-up Pikes Peak Prowlers
Playoffs MVP United States Rodney Millette (Boston)
Finals
Finals champions Boston Roller Rats
  Runners-up Southside Snipers

The 2007 PIHA season is the sixth regular season of the Professional Inline Hockey Association (PIHA). The 2007 Founders Cup Playoffs began on April 24, 2007 and concluded on May 27, with the Boston Roller Rats defeating the Southside Snipers to win their first Founders Cup.

Events

The 2007 All-Star Classic was hosted by the Colorado Springs Thunder and the Pikes Peak Prowlers at the Tour Inline Hockey Arena in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The event took place the weekend of March 23–25, 2007. Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak host the All-Star Classic for the first time. The North Blue Coats swept the South Grey Coats in a best-of-seven series four games to zero, with Tommy Bruce (North) of the Southside Snipers being named MVP of the series.

Regular season

Final standings

Green shaded teams clinched a playoff berth.

Yellow shaded teams clinched their division and home-court advantage throughout the divisional playoffs.

Orange shaded teams clinched their conference.

Red shaded team won the Best Overall Record trophy.

Eastern Conference

Northeast Division GP W L OTL PTS PCT GF GA
Philadelphia Growl 32 26 4 2 54 .813 178 88
Boston Roller Rats 32 21 11 0 42 .656 194 126
Massachusetts Bombers 32 18 11 3 39 .563 136 109
Connecticut Blaze 32 18 14 0 36 .563 132 116
New Jersey Grizzlies 32 15 14 3 33 .469 110 136
New Jersey Minutemen 32 12 17 3 27 .375 92 148
Hartford Fire Ants 32 2 25 5 9 .063 76 195
Mason Dixon Division GP W L OTL PTS PCT GF GA
Pittsburgh Bandits 32 30 2 0 60 .938 179 79
Harrisburg Lunatics 32 23 7 2 48 .719 159 88
Marple Gladiators 32 16 13 3 35 .500 161 140
Pottstown eXpress 32 16 16 0 32 .500 133 148
Feasterville Fury 32 14 15 3 31 .438 128 136
Scottsdale Inferno 32 14 16 2 30 .438 116 141
Richmond Rollin' Robins 32 10 21 1 21 .313 102 148
York Typhoon 32 5 27 0 10 .156 77 175

Western Conference

Gateway Division GP W L OTL PTS PCT GF GA
Midwest Tornados 32 23 8 1 47 .719 131 75
Southside Snipers 32 21 8 3 45 .656 142 100
River City Whalers 32 17 12 3 37 .531 160 136
St. Louis Pythons 32 16 14 2 34 .500 140 129
Cincinnati Flying Monkeys 32 3 25 4 10 .094 75 208
Rocky Mountain Division GP W L OTL PTS PCT GF GA
Westminster Blizzard 32 19 8 5 43 .594 151 119
Pikes Peak Prowlers 32 17 7 8 42 .531 148 126
Fort Collins Catz 32 15 12 5 35 .469 109 124
Littleton Fire 32 14 12 6 34 .438 129 154
Colorado Springs Thunder 32 15 16 1 31 .469 136 150

Tiebreaking Procedures

If two or more clubs are tied in points during the regular season, the standing of the clubs is determined in the following order:

  1. The fewer number of games played (i.e., superior points percentage).
  2. The greater number of games won.
  3. The greater number of points earned in games between the tied clubs.
  4. The greater differential between goals for and against.

Leading Scorers

Note: GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; PIM = Penalty Minutes; Star = Star Points<

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM Star
Brian Yingling Colorado Springs Thunder 28 54 40 94 12 48
Darrell Interbartolo Boston Roller Rats 32 49 48 87 18 41
CJ Yoder Colorado Springs Thunder 28 33 52 85 18 27
Sean Sullivan Philadelphia Growl 32 58 24 82 26 42
John Pinheiro Connecticut Blaze 30 36 44 80 8 44
Jeff Goulet Boston Roller Rats 32 21 56 77 28 18
Dustin Roux Pittsburgh Bandits 28 37 34 71 18 47
Parker Harrison Pikes Peak Prowlers 32 39 26 65 54 26
Jim Vivona Philadelphia Growl 32 14 50 64 2 26
Ryan Sobieski Feasterville Fury 30 36 26 62 22 36

Leading Goaltenders

Note: GP = Games Played; TOI = Time On Ice (minutes); W = Wins; L = Losses; SA = Shots Against; GA = Goals Against; SO = Shutouts; Sv% = Save Percentage; GAA = Goals Against Average

Player Team GP TOI W L SA GA GAA Sv% SO
Brett Leggatt Pittsburgh Bandits 15 358 15 0 258 29 1.94 .888 2
James Cash Midwest Tornados 16 391 13 3 282 35 2.15 .876 1
Dustin Brown Southside Snipers 19 431 15 4 319 43 2.39 .865 4
James Rohrbach Harrisburg Lunatics 20 479 15 5 305 48 2.41 .843 1
Jake Menzal Midwest Tornados 14 354 8 6 274 37 2.51 8.65 0

Founders Cup Playoffs

Playoff bracket

  Division Semifinals Division Finals Conference Finals Founders Cup Finals
                                     
1  Philadelphia 1  
4  Connecticut 2  
  4  Connecticut 1  
   
  2  Boston 2  
2  Boston 2
 
3  Massachusetts 1  
  N2  Boston 3  
Eastern Conference
  M2  Harrisburg 1  
1  Pittsburgh 2  
 
4  Pottstown 0  
  1  Pittsburgh 0
   
  2  Harrisburg 2  
2  Harrisburg 2
 
3  Marple 0  
  N2  Boston 4
  G2  Southside 3
1  Midwest 2  
4  St. Louis 1  
  1  Midwest 0
   
  2  Southside 2  
2  Southside 2
 
3  River City 0  
  G2  Southside 3
Western Conference
  R2  Pikes Peak 1  
1  Westminster 2  
4  Littleton 0  
  1  Westminster 0
   
  2  Pikes Peak 2  
2  Pikes Peak 2
3  Fort Collins 1  

Founders Cup Finals

PIHA awards

2006-07 PIHA awards
Award Recipient(s)
Founders Cup: Boston Roller Rats
Best Overall Record: Pittsburgh Bandits
Eastern Conference Champions: Boston Roller Rats
Western Conference Champions: Southside Snipers
Organization of the Year: Midwest Tornados
All-Star MVP: Tommy Bruce, Southside Snipers
Joe Cook Award: Brian Yingling, Colorado Springs Thunder
Scott Rupp Award: Joe D'Aloisio, Philadelphia Growl
Walt Frazier Award: Rodney Millette, Boston Roller Rats
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