Denver Demons Press Releases

  • Oil, fear and dead tuna +

    By Chuck Tankman Denver. Everything could be great. The Denver Demons are having a pretty good season, sailing smoothly towards their first playoff appaearance since 2019. And maybe even to the best record in franchise history. The current one stands at 45-35 and dates back even further, all the way to 2018. With 36-19 at this point it seems not far fetched that Denver might rack up 50 wins this year. So everything should be just fine. And then there's Center Darin Deans, the silent hero carrying this team alongside Greg Fore and Daniel Goodrum. And then there's a broken and severly infected finger at Deans' left hand. A broken and infected middle finger. And then there's GM Klaus von Read More
  • Chuck checking in - Season 2022 Volume I +

    Blogging here from now on will be Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 63 year old Denver native is writing this blog for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. The worst day in sports may be the one when you see your favorite player, your face of the franchise, the future of your beloved team packing his bags, driving to the airport one last time and leaving town for good. The best day in sports may be the one when you see your crazy fat GM being shoveled into a limo by seven strong bodyguards and driven off to the newly found "Oprah Winfrey Clinic for the Read More
  • Chuck checking in - Volume IV +

    Blogging here from now on will be Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 62 year old Denver native is writing this blog for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. In the best of worlds loyalty is a two-way-street. In Denver we will just have to see how things pan out. After the Demons missed the playoffs with another mediocre record of 40 wins and 40 losses, everyone is waiting for the off-season that many think could break this team. That's one of the problems the Demons have to face: It won't be an off-season to make the team since keeping the status quo probably seems like the Read More
  • Chuck checking in - Volume III +

    Blogging here from now on will be Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 62 year old Denver native is writing this blog for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. Folks, basketball games are nothing like art. They do not have to stand the test of time. They just need to satisfy our lust for wins at the moment. That's why there is no need to apologize for uggly wins, the only kind of win the Demeons have been producing lately. But there is a need to apologize for losses, especially for mounting losses. The man who has to apologize is Denver Demons owner James Anderson. He has Read More
  • Chuck checking in - Volume II +

    Blogging here from now on will be Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 62 year old Denver native is writing this blog for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. Folks, we are living in difficult and fast paced times. Not as fast paced as the ever revolving door that is called the New Jersey Enforcers. And not as difficult as it is to be successful in Denver when your GM is named Klaus von Meyerinck. Folks, we are living in times of deception. And that however is the business that old fat KvM is pretty successful in. Unfortunately he is not in anything else, especially when it Read More
  • Chuck checking in - Volume I +

    Blogging here from now on will be Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 62 year old Denver native is writing this blog for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. Folks, the desert should be behind us by now. OBWL is on it's way again and fans in town and Colorado alike were thirsty for games and hungry for excitement. They spent the long dryspell called offseason with a Fata Morgana before their eyes: having a new exciting Demons team in town. Looks like the only Fata Morgana was the end of the desert. Sand whereever you look around. And no hope in sight. No water to end Read More
  • KvM's next scandal: The huge Goodrum error +

    Denver. And there it is: Yet another scandal in the Denver Demons front office! Because what could have been a successful free agency with the signing of four players so far, spearheaded by defensive powerhouse SF Daniel Goodrum, once again turned out to be a story of an incompetent GM running a) behind skirts and b) behind food and booze. Reportedly the Demons had no intention to sign Daniel Goodrum whatsoever. How the former SunKing made it to Denver despite neither GM Klaus von Meyerinck nor headcoach Eli Alvis wanting him is another story from OBWL's madhouse. And we have the woman to clear things up in an exclusive interview. So far Denver fans around the nation heatedly are discussing Read More
  • Demons coach: "Work around the madness" +

    Denver. Seldom a headcoach in OBWL has spoken up like Eli Alvis of the Denver Demons did. Here's an Interview with the 42 year old about the Demons, the draft, the maybe biggest free agency ever and of course about working with a certain GM. Eli, let's start with something you probably don't wanna here. You're probably the headcoach in all of OBWL who gets payed the lousiest. And you're the guy with probably the toughest job. Doesn't that frustrate you? No, not the least bit. Do I make a lot of money? No. But I'm not in for the money, I'm only 42 years old and I'm a headcoach already. You can fill our business seats with unemployed coaches Read More
  • KvM announces "Triple D" era. But it's just words so far... +

    Denver. If there's no big new, little things turn to seemingly important ones. So Denver Demons GM Klaus von Meyerinck today adressed the press once again in his usual fashion - throwing Fishmacs, insulting reporters and eating fast food without a break for the entire duration of the press conference - and with no actual news whatsoever he tried to sell fantasy as strategy. Welcome to what he calls "the era of Triple D". So far at the dawn of this new season things look the usual pitch dark in Denver. There has been no trade, no injection of fresh blood to a team that is in urgent need of at least two new starters. And, at this point of the year Read More
  • A night at the club and a smelly superstar +

    Denver. A ton of things have happened in Denver ever since the moving truck pulled up the driveway of Quinten Bryson's home. We could report about the trade of the former Demons superstar and franchise player, we could, we should and we will. Same goes for the trades that followed, same goes for a devastating 0-11 streak the Demons faced with their new team, same goes for a factdriven analysis of the teams situation and future which might not be as black as GM Klaus von Meyerinck is usually painting it. But then again it has been the night of QB's return to Denver. And of course of an incident involving the now Florida based superstar, his former GM, a Read More
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