Denver Demons Press Releases

  • Chuck checking in - Volume VII +

    Your blogger: 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. It's 14 games. and there are at öeast 14 more to come. The suffering of Denver Demons' fans all over the US hasn't ended, and it's not even close. Maybe around halftime. 14 games without Greg Fore and pretty much 14 games with a bunch of new guys on the roster do tell a story: The Demons are nothing without their superstar and once more GM Klaus von Meyerinck has brought trouble into the locker room by senseless trades. Of course it's not Read More
  • Alles wird Goot +

    Denver. You could call this a hail mary: The struggling Denver Demons who completely look lost ever since their SF Greg Fore has been out with torn ligament for what looks like two more months have come up with what you could call a desperate attempt to solve their problems. One could say: You lose todays superstar SF, you try and hire yesterdays superstar SF. "Alles wird Goot" said GM Klaus von Meyerinck on todays press conference, another bizarre showing of the GM. The german-english wordplay mix means as much as "everything will be alright". Will it? Most Demons' fans would beg to differ. Profoundly. Ever since Fore went down the Demons are in deep trouble, they lost 2 of Read More
  • Ameno! How Joe Joseph from Antigua became a Demon +

    Denver. There are two worlds in Denver, Colorado. At least when the beloved OBWL team of the Demons is involved. One is the official world where the Demons made yet another trade and send away a top prospect last night for a, well, let's say solid player in return. And then there's the true story about that trade that saw Chester Rangel shipped out over night for what looks like the first opportunity that opened up. It's a story that relates to two injurys, a kettle of steaming fishmac sauce, an old hit from ERA and a GM once again running berserk and another man paying the bill, this time Chester Rangel. So here's the official version of what went Read More
  • Fore's injury overshadowing doubtful trades +

    Your blogger: 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. They say when the going gets tough, the tough get going. So here we go in Denver: How tough are our beloved Demons? Now that GM Klaus von Meyerinck did strike again and traded away half the bench. Now that we here that he isn't done yet and has entered into a new feud with PF top talent Chester Rangel. Now that, and this is the worst that could have hit the Demons, their superstar Greg Fore is out for two months at Read More
  • Chuck checking in - Volume V +

    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. It's not easy being Charles Jiles these days. The 20 year young rookie PF from Vilanova was the somewhat surprising first round pick of the Denver Demons last week. We gotta say so cause probably you did not notice or did not care or have forgotten his name already. It's because Charles Jiles has a problem. One he's not to blame for and can't solve: He's not Charles Cazares. The Demons big man, part of their twin tower Read More
  • Power struggles in Denver in full swing +

    Denver. And just a few days after the OBWL has crowned its champion Anaheim Archers and has seen the best season to date of the Denver Demons it's all shambles again in Denver. Even 52 wins during regular season, a deep playoff ride right to the conference finals against the later runner up Toronto Huskies - it all acounts for nothing just a few days after. Because the decision in Denver to part ways with sucessfull headcoach Eli Alvis and hire Bo Balzer instead, a guy with a horrible reputation, reveals the ongoing power struggle between team owner James Anderson and his GM Klaus von Meyerinck. Readers following the Demons' coverage will remember that we hinted on a scandal lately involving Read More
  • A stiff neck and the future of the Demons +

    Denver. Over and out. The best season in the history of the Denver Demons has come to an end with a 1-4 loss to the Toronto Huskies in the Confernce finals. Feelings in Denver are somewhat mixed. And the ever looming question is: When will GM Klaus von Meyerinck lose it and destroy whatever progress has been made? Feelings are mixed since on one hand Denver had its best year. Ever. The locker room had great spirit whenever the GM wasn't present, the players grew as a team and this team marched over the Highlanders with a 4-0 sweep, it fought off the Thunderbirds 4-2 before the fairytail came to an end with a clearcut 1-4 when the Demons failed Read More
  • Open letter from Demons' owner Anderson +

    Official Denver Demons press release Open letter by owner James Anderson Demons heading for the best season ever No dispute between GM and starplayer Charles Cazares "Dear fans, members of the press, these are the days of the Denver Demons. Our beloved OBWL franchise just finished the regular season with 52 wins, more than ever before in Demons' history. The team, propelled by our ever improving starplayer Greg Fore, just stormed all over the Vancouver Highlanders. Entering the playoffs as 6th seed Denver swept the 3rd seed. Yes, a sweet sweep. If you want to see a happy man, just look at me. Or at our magnificent german GM Klaus von Meyerinck. Or at headcoach Eli Alvis. Or at our Read More
  • 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
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