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Denver Demons Press Releases

  • Pee's out! Why Fore left Denver +

    Denver. Yes, we all know that the Denver Demons just started a new era. Greg Fore is gone, the team went on to rebuild, for the first time ever Denver went all in on the draft and today an avalanche of eight free agent hirings brought in another stream of fresh blood. And still. Greg Fore ist now officially an Anaheim Archer. How the hell did this happen? GM Klaus von Meyerinck spoke up today on a press conference with yours truely Chuck Tankman exclusively and here's the word protocoll of what went on there. Chuck Tankman entering KvM's office. In a corner a stack of approximately 100 fishmacs, smelling breathtakingly awful of old rotten fish, bad mayonaise and urine. Read More
  • News flash: Shockwaves in Denver as Demons trade Fore to Archers +

    Denver. Maybe it was a foregone conclusion from day one. Now it has happened. Greg Fore is gone. And in Denver fans are on the streets already, forming a lynchmob demanding the head of GM Klaus von Meyerinck. Literally. What has happened? How? Why? Shockwaves in Denver, Fore traded away, no one available for comment as of now. Looks like the Demons took a new road, fully rebuilding, using 4 draft picks to lay the foundation for the future. But what the hell happened? Why is the one and only true superstar of the Demons wearing the colors of the Anaheim Archers as of now? We are trying to find out. Stay tuned for more as soon as we can Read More
  • Bad news are no news +

    Denver. It's certainly no news that there's just bad news coming out of Denver. But it really looks like the Demons are in for another bad year. Not that the one they just finished was anything but... So here's the bad news at a glance: 1. The Demons are coming off a terrible season. A team without much of a heart or a soul barely managed a 20 plus win season, it played lousy most nights. Rotation was more of a revolving door with an endless stream of useless free agents coming and going. It was a lost year in every aspect. 2. The team sucks - frankly said. But still it's in no shape for a rebuild. There's Greg Fore Read More
  • Fore gone conclusion? +

    Denver. It's tough to be a Denver Demons fans these days. But it just might become even tougher. Greg Fore, the teams star, heart and soul, is demanding a trade once this season is over: "I want out", Fore said this week. That sent shockwaves through Denver. The Demons are in terrible shape. The season with just 15 wins in almost 50 games so far is lost already. The rebuilding is shaky at best. Veterans like Ervin Glaser and Dong Richardson, two of OBWL's most prestigious players over the last years, are either sitting in the stands like Glaser or have lost their spot as a clearcut starter like Richardson who lately had to play off the bench at a Read More
  • Chucks Blog Vol XVIII: Finally rebuilding. Well, sort of... +

    Chuck checking in is deliverd to you by Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 63 year old Denver native is writing this column for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. Fact check: Another year of failure lies behind our Denver Demons. A 2025 season that started with GM Klaus von Meyerinck anouncing two clearcut goals: gaining another 25 pounds and "rebuilding" the Demons. Needless to say that he made one goal happen easyly while failing on the other one. And needless to say which was what. The Demons' year ended in mediocrity with an old roster and no draft pick and a GM who gained 38 pounds Read More
  • Next year? Do or die in Denver +

    By Chuck Tankman Denver. And then there are those noises. Moaning, crying, sighing and moaning again. Coming out of Denver Demons GM Klaus von Meyerinck's office. And then there's that ever lasting smell. Pizza. Pasta. Rotten seafood. Filet o fish smell. Burgers which are smelling like they have been laying in a dumpster for weeks. And then there's that new dominatrix who KvM has flown in from Italy. Huge. Big breasted. Arrogant. Stares like iron. Dressed in leather. Named Luisa de Domenici. Frightening. Beautiful. Deadly. Scary. And then there's the interview KvM granted after the regular season ended in total disarray with the Demons not making the playoffs and ending a lost season on a devastatingly bad note. Read for Read More
  • Chucks Blog Vol XVII: Directions, anyone? +

    Chuck checking in is deliverd to you by Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 63 year old Denver native is writing this column for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. Fact check: At the beginning of this season the Denver Demons can't fool no one. And almost beat no one. It's painfully evident after just a handful of games that the Demons start the new season as a bottom feeder, bound for a top five pick. Even superstar Greg Fore can't carry a team without direction and noticeable players. We all know why. Demons owner James Anderson (57) had cut the franchises budget yet another time and Read More
  • Chucks Blog Vol XVI: Demons only as good as their owner? +

    Chuck checking in is deliverd to you by Chuck Tankman, Denver Demons insider. The 63 year old Denver native is writing this column for a single purpose: telling the truth about the Demons and consequently chasing GM Klaus von Meyerinck out of office. Fact check: Denver Demons owner James Anderson (57) has cut the franchises budget yet another time, this time around 7 million to a new budget of 85,6 million $. Demons GM Klaus von Meyerinck reacted by trading apart the team that made it to the OBWL finals in 2024 and suffered a first round sweep in the 2025 playoffs. KvM traded star SG Dennis Goodrum to the South Florida Sharks in return for C John Haas (24) and Read More
  • Less money, no options in Denver +

    Denver. No, this is not about a new crazy outbreak of Denver Demons' GM Klaus von Meyerinck. It's quiet there for the moment, the GM has taken off with a truckload of fishmacs and some of his female bodyguards to drive around in the US, and so far no one knows where he is or what he is doing. And no one really wants to know anymore. So Demons owner James Anderson, much hated by his GM, took command for now and his first order of business has been a budget cut. So headcoach Bo Balzer, much hated by his GM, has to plan for the new season in a role as acting GM and has to do so on Read More
  • Demons' future uncertain +

    Denver. And so it's over. Maybe it has been kind of a selffullfilling prophecy. There may have been half a dozen games played this season when Denver Demons GM Klaus von Meyerinck started his season long rant along a "we suck" line. Well, the man sure got what he asked for. The Demons won their division, barely, and they still went into the first playoff round against the Vancouver Highlanders as favorites. Four games later their season ended. It ended with an embarassing sweep. So after being humiliated 0-4 by the Highlanders: what now? On first sight Denver does not seem to be in a bad sitiation come next off-season. Here's the pros: - Greg Fore is under contract and reportedly Read More
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