Scouting Report – Edmonton Impact

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Edmonton Impact makes their first PSP appearance in 2012 at the World Cup, but their team is a very seasoned squad with talent that could win the tournament.

Impact first came into the PSP in 2008, and their best year was in 2010 when they made the finals twice and won the Chicago Open. The squad is mostly unchanged since then, and they have one of the most experienced rosters in paintball.

The roster is filled with player who know how to win, veterans who have spent many seasons in refining their game together. The Yachimec brothers, Zack and Zane, are both killers who can change the game. They spent time building their skills in the Dynasty organization before Impact became a solid pro team.

Impact actually still has a relationship with Dynasty, as they combine forces to compete overseas, where they have seen some success in the recent past.

Ryan Moorhead and Tim Montressor are two names that have been around for over a decade of pro competition. Montressor is a highly respected, effective team leader, who captained the now defunct Philly Americans to pro wins just a few years ago.

He is incredibly versatile, and can play most spots on the field regardless of the situation.

Moorhead is one of the most aggressive Dorito side players in paintball and will match up against the best players from other teams man to man. He’s been effective for years and as long as he comes into the event healthy and hungry, he should be a force on the D-side.

There are a few chinks in the team’s armor though, as the always solid Josh Ouimet won’t be making the event, and they won’t have Chad George to playing the snake, as he has been on Houston Heat’s roster all season. But Justin Cornell is quite capable of handling the snake duties.

Impact’s consistency, teamwork, and experience could put Impact in the hunt for their first World Cup victory.

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  • matt

    i thought they had won the pheonix open, that year infamous won the chicago open

  • joel

    they won phx, they like flew home due to difficulties at their work then flew back since they made finals and won it all