The Southside
Founded 2009
History The Southside
2009 - present
Home Arena All American Sports Mall
City St. Louis, Missouri
Colors Green, White, Black,
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Owner(s) Template:Country data USA Tim Hanrahan
General Manager Template:Country data USA Tim Hanrahan
Head Coach Template:Country data USA Chris Reh
Captain Chris Reh
Division Championships 2009

The Southside Hockey Team of St. Louis, commonly referred to as The Southside, is an American Amateur inline hockey team based in south St. Louis, Missouri, United States. Founded in 2009, the team won the 2009 League Championship in the Franchise's inaugural season with a record of 9-2-1, led by leading scorer Kevin McDaniel and outstanding goaltending from Brian Friese. The roster is composed mostly of St. Mary's High School Alum of south St. Louis City.

The Southside plays its home games at the All- American Tour Arena in nearby South County, Missouri. The team's colors are green, white and black. The team is coached by Player Captain/Coach Chris Reh.


The Franchise was founded in 2009 by team owner Timothy Hanrahan with sponsorship by Bar40 of South St. Louis city. The ownership gained local sponsorship from Bar40 in early November 2009, began drafting young talent out of the south city area, (primarily St. Mary's High School Alum) and joined the All-American Tour Arena amateur division shortly there after.

After losing the Franchise's first 2 games, the team gained quick notoriety by finishing the rest of their inaugural season undefeated, and going on to win the 2009 League Championship Cup.

Regular Season RecordsEdit

Season GP W L T PTS GF GA PIM Finish
2009-10 10 7 2 1 117 66 45 34 1st, B Division

Playoff RecordsEdit

Season GP W L T GF GA PIM Finish
2009-10 2 2 0 0 16 11 2 Cup Champions

Team SuccessesEdit

The Franchise has seen many successes since The Southside began in 2009. In their first season in the league the team was the only expansion team to make the playoffs. The team has made the playoffs every season since the team joined the league. In January 2010 The Southside became Regular Season League Champions and continued on to beat ATI 7-3 to win its first League Championship Cup. In 2010, The Southside looks to keep the winning tradition alive by entering the season as defending champions.


Current rosterEdit

as at February 3, 2010

Note: Pos = Position; S/G = Shoots/ Glove;

# Nat Player Pos S/G Age Birth Place
1 Template:Country data USA Tim Hanrahan DF R 25 St. Louis, MO
2 Template:Country data USA Paul Warren DF R 25 Greenville, IL
3 Template:Country data USA Corey Scheipeter FW L 25 St. Louis, MO
7 Template:Country data USA Chris Reh DF R 26 St. Louis, MO
12 Template:Country data USA Mark Garascia DF R 26 St. Louis, MO
16 Template:Country data USA Tommy Brown FW R 26 St. Louis, MO
22 Template:Country data USA Kevin McDaniel FW R 27 St. Louis, MO
31 Template:Country data USA Brian Friese GK R 25 St. Louis, MO
40 Template:Country data USA Jake Franklin FW R 25 St. Louis, MO

Franchise scoring leadersEdit

These are the top-five point-scorers in franchise history. Figures are updated after each completed regular season.

Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games Played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game; * = current Southside player

Player Pos GP G A Pts P/G
Kevin McDaniel* FW 12 30 18 48 4.00
Chris Reh* DF 12 9 23 32 2.67
Tommy Brown* FW 12 19 7 26 2.20
Corey Scheipeter* FW 11 12 6 18 1.64
Tim Hanrahan* DF 12 3 5 8 0.67

Franchise individual recordsEdit

  • Most goals in a season: Kevin McDaniel, 30 (2009–10; Fall-Winter)
  • Most assists in a season: Chris Reh, 23 (2009–10; Fall-Winter)
  • Most points in a season: Kevin McDaniel, 48 (2009–10; Fall-Winter)
  • Most penalty minutes in a season: Corey Scheipeter, 8 (2009–10; Fall-Winter)
  • Most points in a season, defenseman: Chris Reh, 32 (2009–10; Fall-Winter)
  • Most wins in a season: Brian Friese, 9 (2009–10; Fall-Winter)
  • Most shutouts in a season: , 0
  • Lowest GAA in a season (min 10 GP): Brian Friese, 4.50 (2009–10; Fall-Winter) [1]


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