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In the three short years of PASI (pronounced "posse") Hockey's existence, they have transformed into Michigan's premiere 18-over Adult team. PASI started out playing out of the Ice Box as a tier 3 team. Their first season they lost the first four games. The remainder of the season PASI went undefeated. In the Championship game, the score remained tied until triple overtime. The final goal was scored by Chuck Kirch assisted by Jason Barela and Danny Bennett. This was the beginning of our Championships.
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May 24, 2007
- Labatt Blue USAdult National Champions Crowned
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo.
The National for the Elite Non-Checking championships were held in Lansing,
Mich., April 19-22. PASI (Mich.) topped Cariera’s (Mich.), 6-2, in
the Tier I finale. Coverage of all the 2007 USA Hockey National
Championships can be found at www.usahockey.com.
2007 Labatt Blue USAdult
Hockey National Championships
Elite Tier I N.C.
PASI (Mich.) Carriera’s
STATE CHAMPIONS LABATT BLUE CHAMPS
In 2004 PASI had two teams: Tier I & Tier II. These teams are very dominant when the motors are turning. PASI won league championships in both Tier I and Tier II at the Taylor Sportsplex. In return for their hard work and stellar play, PASI-1 and PASI-2 were invited to play in the State Playoffs located in Lansing, MI. Both teams steamrolled over their competition, landing them a spot in the Semi-Finals. The Semi-Finals came early, but PASI was prepared. Again, PASI-1 & PASI-2 dominated the entire game earning a spot in the Finals. The teams ran out of juice mid-way through their games and finished 2nd place. This was the first time a tier I and tier II team with the same sponsor made it to the finals.
PASI was invited to participate in their second straight 18-over national championship in Fort Myers, Florida.
Tier I League Champions: Michigan State Championship- Runner's Up Tier II League Champions: Michigan State Championship- Runner's Up
to the Taylor Sportsplex after winning the League. They continue to dominate the downriver area. Tier I and Tier II teams both took League Championships. In 2002 PASI's tier I team made their first trip to the Michigan State playoffs. This was a good experience to see how Michigan's Elite teams play. PASI played well on Friday and Saturday, but didn't advance to the Finals on Sunday. Better Luck Next Year!!
PASI was also invited to participate in the 18-over national championship in Fort Myers, Florida.
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