The first ever organized KanJam league completed its 8th season. The league takes place on Saturday nights, every two weeks from November through March.
The league is held indoors at The APEX in Getzville, NY. This is a newer facility with a rather large gym, which is a great setting for the indoor KanJam season. That's right, no need to worry about snow, wind, or rain! Click on the "Map & Directions" link on the left of the page to get directions.
The cost was only $25 per player FOR THE ENTIRE 11-WEEK SEASON!! Hold on, believe it or not it actually gets even better.
In addition to getting 11 weeks of KanJam fun, every registered player received a new KANJAM LEAGUE T-shirt with their $25 registration! On top of the T-shirts, there were prizes given away throughout the season.
Most players in this league enter a "random draw," meaning that players are paired up randomly. For this reason, stats and standings are individual based. This format keeps matchups fun and exciting from week to week. It also ensures that the same team will not always win and the same team will not always come in last place. What better way to play than to mix it up? Who knows, one week you could even get paired up with a KanJam World Champion.
The 2012-2013 season has come to a close. The next season will begin in November of 2013 (Season 9). More information will be posted in the fall.
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LEAGUE NEWS FROM LAST SEASON:
Final Results (Season 8)
Eric Klavoon captures unprecedented 5th consecutive league title
Season number eight for the Buffalo, NY random draw KanJam League (2012-2013) has officially come to a close, and was another fun and successful season. It was also the first season to feature no duplicate pairups; every week ensured that all players were randomly paired with someone new. For the fifth year in a row, Eric Klavoon secured the league title and first place finish overall, tying a league record with seven first place finishes over the 11-week season. He led the league in most major categories, including overall points (220), wins (134), winning percentage (.761), perfect games (18), and overtime wins (34).
In a very close battle for second place overall, the final week of the season saw three players only two points apart for the runner-up spot. With a first place finish in the final week (Click here for results), Matt Nelson finished as the runner-up for the season, and was also the only player to record at least 10 wins in each week he played. Jon Sandino finished second place in the final week to move up the third place overall, also recording four first-place finishes throughout the season. Josh Greenauer finished in the top five yet again, with the fourth place spot, while Bob Greenauer just beat out Scott Silverman by two points to land the fifth spot overall.CLICK HERE TO READ MORE...