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Examples of "yard_dawgs"
The Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs are a professional ice hockey team and a member of the Southern Professional Hockey League. Based in Roanoke, Virginia, the Rail Yard Dawgs plays their home games at Berglund Center.
Final two games between Scrap Yard Dawgs and Chicago cancelled as there was no playoff implications
Head coach Mike Steuerwald stepped down and became assistant general manager of the Scrap Yard Dawgs.
On October 23, 2015, the NPF announced that the Scrap Yard Dawgs would join the league as an expansion team.
In 2016, professional hockey returned to Roanoke after ten years when the Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs of the Southern Professional Hockey League began play.
On October 23, 2015, the NPF announced that the Scrap Yard Dawgs would join the league as an expansion team based in The Woodlands, Texas.
First, the 2016 NPF Expansion Draft was held for the expansion Scrap Yard Dawgs to acquire players for their inaugural roster from existing NPF teams.
On November 30, 2015, it was announced that the following players were selected by the Scrap Yard Dawgs in the 2015 NPF Expansion Draft:
With the addition of the Scrap Yard Dawgs, a league expansion team for the 2016 season, the added four additional bonus selections for the Dawgs.
On May 2, 2014 the Mississippi Surge announced that they had officially suspended operations indefinitely and have since relocated to Roanoke to become the Rail Yard Dawgs.
For selections in drafts impacting the 2016 season (the Scrap Yard Dawgs expansion draft and the college draft), see 2016 NPF Draft.
Houston has six professional major league teams: the Houston Astros (MLB), Houston Texans (NFL), Houston Rockets (NBA), Houston Dynamo (MLS), Houston Dash (NWSL), and Scrap Yard Dawgs (NPF). Houston does not have an NHL team.
On April 29, 2016, after one season as an assistant coach in Kalamazoo, he was named the first head coach of the Southern Professional Hockey League's Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs.
National Pro Fastpitch (NPF), formerly the Women's Pro Softball League (WPSL), is the only professional women's softball league in the United States. NPF currently features five teams: USSSA Pride, Akron Racers, Chicago Bandits, Texas Charge, and the Houston Scrap Yard Dawgs. Each year, the playoff teams battle for the Cowles Cup.
On October 20, 2015, it was announced that Bob McGinn had purchased the dormant Mississippi Surge franchise and would relocate the team to Roanoke for the 2016–17 season. On November 19, the Rail Yard Dawgs name, logo and colors were officially announced. On April 29, 2016, Sam Ftorek was announced the team's first head coach.
The Yard Dawgs brought back Gary Reasons to coach in 2008, but after the team got off to a 1–5 start, Reasons stepped down as head coach. Sparky McEwen took over as interim head coach. On June 28, 2008 against the Lubbock Renegades, Wide Receiver Al Hunt became only the third player in af2 history to record 1,000 points.
In May 2016, the Scrap Yard Dawgs, a National Pro Fastpitch team, signed Abbott to a six-year contract, believed to be worth $1 million; the contract is believed to be the most lucrative ever paid by an individual American professional franchise to an active female athlete in any team sport.
The Scrap Yard Dawgs are a women's professional softball team based in Conroe, Texas, just north of Houston. Established in October 2015, the team will begin play in the National Pro Fastpitch (NPF) during the 2016 season. The Dawgs are the first NPF team to be based in the Houston area since the Texas Thunder became the Rockford Thunder in the 2007 season.
After a standout high school career at Edison High School, Grady signed with the University of Oklahoma to continue his football career. After a lack of playing time for two years, Grady transferred to the University of Utah. While at Utah, Grady saw limited action again, making only three starts in his career. After being passed on in the 2008 NFL Draft, Grady signed with the Oklahoma City Yard Dawgs of af2 in 2009. When the Yard Dawgs transitioned into the Arena Football League, Grady was re-signed and led the Yard Dawgs to a 6-10 record. In 2011, Grady signed with the Utah Blaze, where he threw for 107 touchdowns while leading the Blaze to a 9-9 record, just missing the playoffs. After re-signing for the 2012 season, Grady posted the greatest single season for a quarterback in AFL history. He set single season records for touchdown passes (142) and passing yards (5,863), while also tying a single game record with 12 touchdown passes against the Cleveland Gladiators. He re-signed with the Blaze in 2013 to a three-year maximum contract.
The Rail Yard Dawgs are the sixth professional hockey team to call the Roanoke Valley home, following the Salem Rebels 1967 to 1970 and then the Roanoke Valley Rebels of the Eastern Hockey League and later the Southern Hockey League (1970–1976), the Roanoke Valley Rebels/Rampage (1990–1993) and the Roanoke Express of the East Coast Hockey League (1993–2004), and the Roanoke Valley Vipers of the United Hockey League (2005–2006).