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Re: JW asked to leave BU

Anon
Anon
Anon
He is on the roster for Chicago Steel. He doesn’t have a number assigned yet so that means he still has to make the team out of camp. He hasn’t played me ch hockey in two years so they could cut him.
No it doesn\'t. It means they haven\'t assigned him a number yet. It\'s August 8th.

Enough with the manufactured melodrama.
Definitely has to make the roster.
Everyone has to make the team. That's how it is in sports.

Stick to what you know.

Re: JW asked to leave BU

Anon
Why Lincoln Stars?
Is that a trade from the Steel or how does that work in USHL?

Re: JW asked to leave BU

Anon
Anon
Anon
Rumor has it he was not asked back this season. Is it true??
Take you head out of your a__ and look at their 2019-20 Roster. Sorry your kid sucks
That doesn't mean they have, or haven't asked him back.

Doubtful anyone here knows the answer.
According to the BU coach himself, Wise is expected back

Re: JW asked to leave BU

JW illustrates the danger of recruiting kids at 15 that have already reached their full adult size and physical maturity.

Re: JW asked to leave BU

Anon
JW illustrates the danger of recruiting kids at 15 that have already reached their full adult size and physical maturity.
Same thing the other way, too. At least JW was drafted. TJW had a hard time getting on the ice his first two years in the U, in large part because he's undersized. Had a strong year last year, strong enough to switch from BC to Northeastern. Big year for him coming up.

Re: JW asked to leave BU

anoA
Anon
JW illustrates the danger of recruiting kids at 15 that have already reached their full adult size and physical maturity.
Same thing the other way, too. At least JW was drafted. TJW had a hard time getting on the ice his first two years in the U, in large part because he's undersized. Had a strong year last year, strong enough to switch from BC to Northeastern. Big year for him coming up.
I think the switch away from BC by TJW was, at the very least, mutual.

Re: JW asked to leave BU

Anon
anoA
Anon
JW illustrates the danger of recruiting kids at 15 that have already reached their full adult size and physical maturity.
Same thing the other way, too. At least JW was drafted. TJW had a hard time getting on the ice his first two years in the U, in large part because he\\\'s undersized. Had a strong year last year, strong enough to switch from BC to Northeastern. Big year for him coming up.
I think the switch away from BC by TJW was, at the very least, mutual.
Driven, mostly, by Dad's enormous ego.

Re: JW asked to leave BU

anon
Anon
anoA
Anon
JW illustrates the danger of recruiting kids at 15 that have already reached their full adult size and physical maturity.
Same thing the other way, too. At least JW was drafted. TJW had a hard time getting on the ice his first two years in the U, in large part because he\\\\\\\'s undersized. Had a strong year last year, strong enough to switch from BC to Northeastern. Big year for him coming up.
I think the switch away from BC by TJW was, at the very least, mutual.
Driven, mostly, by Dad's enormous ego.
Still they have accomplished more than your kid will.

Re: JW asked to leave BU

Anon
anon
Anon
anoA
Anon
JW illustrates the danger of recruiting kids at 15 that have already reached their full adult size and physical maturity.
Same thing the other way, too. At least JW was drafted. TJW had a hard time getting on the ice his first two years in the U, in large part because he\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s undersized. Had a strong year last year, strong enough to switch from BC to Northeastern. Big year for him coming up.
I think the switch away from BC by TJW was, at the very least, mutual.
Driven, mostly, by Dad\'s enormous ego.
Still they have accomplished more than your kid will.
Funny, I didn't realize dads accomplish anything. Silly me.

Re: JW asked to leave BU

Anon
anoA
Anon
JW illustrates the danger of recruiting kids at 15 that have already reached their full adult size and physical maturity.
Same thing the other way, too. At least JW was drafted. TJW had a hard time getting on the ice his first two years in the U, in large part because he\'s undersized. Had a strong year last year, strong enough to switch from BC to Northeastern. Big year for him coming up.
I think the switch away from BC by TJW was, at the very least, mutual.
BC blows anyways. Good for TJW.