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Chicago Slaughter
Steve McMichael Takes the Slaughter to 10-0
Written by Chicago Sporting    Sunday, 17 May 2009 10:36    PDF Print E-mail
What better way to celebrate the Chicago Slaughter's Coach Steve McMichael being inducted into the National Football Foundation's College Hall of Fame than with a win agains the Wisconsin Wolfpack on Saturday night?  That's exactly what the Chicago Slaughter did.  The Chicago Slaughter now move to a perfect 10-0 record as the Slaughter beat the Wisconsin Wolfpack 67-22.
Chicago's Next Championship? Chicago Slaughter
Written by Sean Heffernan    Saturday, 28 March 2009 17:32    PDF Print E-mail
Chicago’s next championship may come from an unlikely place as the Continental Indoor Football League’s Chicago Slaughter have gotten off to a impressive start to their 2009 season. The Slaughter and their coach, former ’85 Bears star, Steve “Mongo” McMichael faced off against the Rock River Raptors on Friday night looking for revenge as the Raptors defeated the Slaughter last year in the first round of the playoffs. The Slaughter were busy this off-season capitalizing on the departure of the Arena Football League from Chicago by signing a slew of former Chicago Rush players to their roster. They opened the season at home with a shellacking of the Milwaukee Bonecrushers 84-24 followed by a sloppy win in Madison against the Wisconsin Wolfpack 40-36. On Friday night the Slaughter did not waste any time getting to business in front of a playful crowd of 3,222 fans in Hoffman Estates at the Sears Center.
Chicago Slaughter "Mongo Spike" the Milwaukee Bonecrushers, 84-24.
Written by Zecharia Gilbert / CS Sports Columnist    Saturday, 07 March 2009 10:07    PDF Print E-mail
Chicago Slaughter "Mongo Spike" the BonecrushersWith the Chicago Rush arena football team now gone, Steve McMichael (coach) and the Chicago Slaughter have stepped into the arena football spotlight (CIFL). Joining the Chicago Slaughter are some of the former Chicago Rush players, which is sure to make the Slaughter a sure fire team to beat. The fans and cheerleaders filled the stadium to see the Chicago Slaughter’s home opener against the Milwaukee Bonecrushers and anticipation was building, and building, and building, and then nothing happened?          | Photogallery |