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Re: My kid will be cut…

anon
anon
My son is a 07 freshmen at a catholic conference school and is almost definitely not going to make even the freshmen team. I don’t know what to do as he loves the game, but is unable to compete at this level.
Go full season but remember, tell everyone you talk to that your son went full season because public high school hockey is horrible, no skills, too political, etc. and he would have grown frustrated playing down to the level of the other players on the team.
Other than the competition that the top MIAA D1 teams can field, HS is terrible hockey, it's f-ing awful whack a puck hockey out there vs 8th and 9th graders. Congrats on your 50 point senior bender competing in D3.

Re: My kid will be cut…

anon
anon
anon
My son is a 07 freshmen at a catholic conference school and is almost definitely not going to make even the freshmen team. I don’t know what to do as he loves the game, but is unable to compete at this level.
Go full season but remember, tell everyone you talk to that your son went full season because public high school hockey is horrible, no skills, too political, etc. and he would have grown frustrated playing down to the level of the other players on the team.
Other than the competition that the top MIAA D1 teams can field, HS is terrible hockey, it's f-ing awful whack a puck hockey out there vs 8th and 9th graders. Congrats on your 50 point senior bender competing in D3.
Ah the critic who couldnt skate to save himself. Some want to have a blast with lifelong friends instead of being miserable like you. Kids compete regardless of division. This happens in all divisions in HS hockey. In addition there are good skaters and every year many are offered opportunities. Not everybody chooses prep for variety of reasons.

If HS team doesnt pan, full season can be option for op kid. Talk to couple Coaches and go from there.
Most have their tel or email on team sites.

Keyboard warriors who couldnt skate in their day, come on this forum and continuously judge to show how much they know. Next time answer the op question, give a viable option for his kid or say nothing. Try it. You won't, but you should :upside_down_face:

Re: My kid will be cut…

anon
anon
anon
anon
My son is a 07 freshmen at a catholic conference school and is almost definitely not going to make even the freshmen team. I don’t know what to do as he loves the game, but is unable to compete at this level.
Go full season but remember, tell everyone you talk to that your son went full season because public high school hockey is horrible, no skills, too political, etc. and he would have grown frustrated playing down to the level of the other players on the team.
Other than the competition that the top MIAA D1 teams can field, HS is terrible hockey, it\'s f-ing awful whack a puck hockey out there vs 8th and 9th graders. Congrats on your 50 point senior bender competing in D3.
Ah the critic who couldnt skate to save himself. Some want to have a blast with lifelong friends instead of being miserable like you. Kids compete regardless of division. This happens in all divisions in HS hockey. In addition there are good skaters and every year many are offered opportunities. Not everybody chooses prep for variety of reasons.

If HS team doesnt pan, full season can be option for op kid. Talk to couple Coaches and go from there.
Most have their tel or email on team sites.

Keyboard warriors who couldnt skate in their day, come on this forum and continuously judge to show how much they know. Next time answer the op question, give a viable option for his kid or say nothing. Try it. You won't, but you should :upside_down_face:
Slow your roll town hockey dad. Didn’t know you were still posting. How you been? Wifey still giving tugs behind Hockeytown?

Re: My kid will be cut…

Anon
anon
anon
anon
anon
My son is a 07 freshmen at a catholic conference school and is almost definitely not going to make even the freshmen team. I don’t know what to do as he loves the game, but is unable to compete at this level.
Go full season but remember, tell everyone you talk to that your son went full season because public high school hockey is horrible, no skills, too political, etc. and he would have grown frustrated playing down to the level of the other players on the team.
Other than the competition that the top MIAA D1 teams can field, HS is terrible hockey, it\\\'s f-ing awful whack a puck hockey out there vs 8th and 9th graders. Congrats on your 50 point senior bender competing in D3.
Ah the critic who couldnt skate to save himself. Some want to have a blast with lifelong friends instead of being miserable like you. Kids compete regardless of division. This happens in all divisions in HS hockey. In addition there are good skaters and every year many are offered opportunities. Not everybody chooses prep for variety of reasons.

If HS team doesnt pan, full season can be option for op kid. Talk to couple Coaches and go from there.
Most have their tel or email on team sites.

Keyboard warriors who couldnt skate in their day, come on this forum and continuously judge to show how much they know. Next time answer the op question, give a viable option for his kid or say nothing. Try it. You won\'t, but you should :upside_down_face:
Slow your roll town hockey dad. Didn’t know you were still posting. How you been? Wifey still giving tugs behind Hockeytown?
i could use a tug

what is her availability?

Re: My kid will be cut…

anon
Anon
anon
anon
anon
anon
My son is a 07 freshmen at a catholic conference school and is almost definitely not going to make even the freshmen team. I don’t know what to do as he loves the game, but is unable to compete at this level.
Go full season but remember, tell everyone you talk to that your son went full season because public high school hockey is horrible, no skills, too political, etc. and he would have grown frustrated playing down to the level of the other players on the team.
Other than the competition that the top MIAA D1 teams can field, HS is terrible hockey, it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s f-ing awful whack a puck hockey out there vs 8th and 9th graders. Congrats on your 50 point senior bender competing in D3.
Ah the critic who couldnt skate to save himself. Some want to have a blast with lifelong friends instead of being miserable like you. Kids compete regardless of division. This happens in all divisions in HS hockey. In addition there are good skaters and every year many are offered opportunities. Not everybody chooses prep for variety of reasons.

If HS team doesnt pan, full season can be option for op kid. Talk to couple Coaches and go from there.
Most have their tel or email on team sites.

Keyboard warriors who couldnt skate in their day, come on this forum and continuously judge to show how much they know. Next time answer the op question, give a viable option for his kid or say nothing. Try it. You won\\\\\\\'t, but you should :upside_down_face:
Slow your roll town hockey dad. Didn’t know you were still posting. How you been? Wifey still giving tugs behind Hockeytown?
i could use a tug

what is her availability?
Since you both seem to know places, you could get a room together. Meet up have at it. iq or lack thereof seems about the same :upside_down_face:

Re: My kid will be cut…

Have them identify as a female. Play on the girls team and win states. D1 is now a possibility?
You’re welcome! AOC 2024

Re: My kid will be cut…

The funny thing about the prep parents is they will realize they spent tens of thousands of dollars to have their kid POSSIBLY playing at Framingham State in front of 5 girlfriend and a couple grandparents. Others will simply end up on college playing club. Should have stayed in high school and had fun with their friends.

Re: My kid will be cut…

But aren’t full season teams full as they were placed last March? I see nothing wrong with asking here “hey my kid wants to keep playing, won’t make his school team but wants to stay there?”

Re: My kid will be cut…

Anonymous
But aren’t full season teams full as they were placed last March? I see nothing wrong with asking here “hey my kid wants to keep playing, won’t make his school team but wants to stay there?”
There were kids who chose full season as a fall back in case they didn’t make high school team.

Those full season teams will be short as a result.