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Re: Why does MA Hockey have the rule against playing both full season club and HS?

Anon
It's not a rule AGAINST playing for both, it's a rule ensuring that the athlete gives his/her HS FIRST priority. I.E. you cannot skip a hs practice or game for anything to do with the Club team. If you can manage to do both without missing any HS stuff and keeping your club coach/teammates happy with what you miss for them then go for it and have a ball. If not, then choices have to be made. That's life.


Let's see....HS practices 4 days a week and 2 games a week...that's 6/7 and some rest on day 7. What else do you need? If you are "ELITE" you are in prep school or on a REAL JR. Team. If not, regular HS is just fine, plenty of hockey and plenty of competition.

If you do not DOMINATE on your HS team, your fooling yourselves thinking your going anywhere.

Re: Why does MA Hockey have the rule against playing both full season club and HS?

Couldn't agree more with this post. Play high school and stop fooling your selves. You don't need to play both HS and a U16/18 team. Have fun in high school and move on after its over. To mens league for 99.8%

Re: Why does MA Hockey have the rule against playing both full season club and HS?

Watched a high school practice Friday. Holy cow. My sons Bantam minor team moves the puck better.