Player Name: Von Mondevergine.

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Nick Name: Player-Coach/GM.


Von began his roller hockey career in the suburbs of Philadelphia. During the ice hockey off season his friends and him would play countless hours of roller hockey at Memorial Park. Countless hours of 2 on 2 sculpted Von's game as he worked his way up towards high school. Von moved to Canada to be taken under the wing of Reggie Dunlap. Reggie and the rest of Le Chefs showed Von the ropes of how to be a real hockey player, old time hockey. Reggie schooled Von in the fine art of Player Coach, a skill that came naturally to him. He returned to the States ready for action. Von found himself at Penn State reunited with his Springfield buddies as a part of Wasted Talent RHC. Watch for the grit of Northern Canada to lead WT to its first IMRH championship.

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Player Name: John Bauman.

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John Bauman was born in the dangerous back alleys of the upper east side, in the heart of Manhattan. His childhood was rough as he was abandoned by his parents at the age of 6. John wandered the back streets of Manhattan for over a year, scraping for food and sleepin under bridges in central park. Till one day when he happened to be by Madison Square Garden during a rangers bruins game, where the legendary bruins goalie Gerry Cheevers also happen to be watchin the game. When Gerry was leaving the game, he saw sleepin in an alley and knew he had to help the kid out. Gerry took John in as his own, which would also be the beginning to John's stellar career as a roller hockey goalie. Gerry told and taught John everything he could to being the best goalie there is in the game. By the age of 18, John had made enough money off hustlin players in shootuts in the streets that he was able to go and get acceptted into Penn State University, where he was immediately picked up by Wasted Talent to play goalie in the YMCA league. As John was leaving for school, he told Gerry that he would wear his mask he wore in the NHL to pay homage to him for his gratefulness and to re-live his name for the game of hockey. John is currently in the second year of his contract with Wasted Talent, posting a 3-0 record with a 2.75 GAA and .923 save % this season. John is also currently being looked at by several AHL teams to come play for them, which he is currently considering as an option as he will be eligible for the draft next season.