Denver vs Arch Rival – 2019 International WFTDA Championships Game 3



Denver Roller Derby vs Arch Rival Roller Derby in Game 3 of the 2019 International WFTDA Championships, hosted by Montréal Roller Derby November 15-17 in Montréal, Québec, Canada.

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4 thoughts on “Denver vs Arch Rival – 2019 International WFTDA Championships Game 3”

  1. The following comment is meant for a learning-focused league watch party we are having. Just some time stamps on moments of interest …

    4:23 direction penalty on Denver pivot
    4:46 Denver skates to front of pack to avoid points giving up points
    5:25 Blackman (White 42) drops to bridge  
    5:53 Blackman (White 42) drops to bridge again
    6:03 or 6:47 example of bridging
    7:50 Arch pivot (Black 1853, with stripe) bridges backward to keep Arch defensive wall in pack
    8:47 great offense to open up inside Lane/close replay at 9:15
    10:43 pack splits, no pack is called, Arch blockers have to let Denver jammer go
    11:40 example of back blocking-arch jammer 13:19 example of low block-Denver jammer
    15:02 lil jammer on jammer action
    15:30-why we don’t buttswing
    18:39 shirt whip
    19:22 Great offense off the jam start by Arch pivot
    22:50 example of a fast pack
    23:23 Blackman v Loki=great hit upper thigh like scheme preaches in L2s
    24:50 Tetris!!!
    24:58 arch star pass
    28:07 why facing anti derby can suck sometimes
    29:20 Big hit results in penalty
    41:28 jammer direction?
    41:28 jammer hit out but blocker also went out. (Good chance to explain why the jammer kept going)
    41:44 arch has a goat (explain what a goat is)
    42:01 cube formation by arch
    43:48 arch defenders stay back forcing Denver to bridge

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  2. Last jam, 19 seconds to go in the period, Black 105 goes out of bounds and jumps back in bounds ahead of two of their teammates and the white Jammer who made contact with them. Looks like a cut to me.

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  3. 13:20 why is that even a penalty for klein?
    on a side note, i cant with how beautiful and amazing this game was played! it kept me hanging off my seat. is it just me or scald kinda gave up at the end?

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