You say that, but look at the recent Super Series. The Patriots were in it and didn't get 1 EHF team scheduled. You will blame it on the fact that they want to put like teams together, but simply that is not true. The Patriots could have played several EHF teams that were in the tourney. No?
The Avalanche, Patriots, and BA had ZERO games against EHF teams. Your theory would be great if it worked, but the EHF owners wont let it happen.
How do you explain that?
Boston Break out score in '06 not sure if other ages prove you more wrong
1 Boston Advantage
4 Boston Jr. Eagles
So...E9 teams - you can enter a Super Series tourney to play EHF teams, no need for cross over games.
Oh by the way if you do enter a tourney we aren't going to play you against any EHF teams.
Heard the E9 voted over the summer no longer enter EHF sponsored tourneys. There have been some shenanigans in the past year or so with a few E9 teams who registered to play in tourneys.
All the more for a State Cup!
How fun would that be. So many other sports do it.
Let start where we all can agree - We can all agree that suburban Boston teams dominated this past weekend. It was obvious we have better programs, coaches, players than the rest of the Northeast/Mid-Atlantic. Flyers are the only team from this past weekend that showed anything - and they draw from an area 4 times the size of 495 beltway.
A reasonable person would also agree that there are teams in the EHF that don't belong in the EHF as well as teams in the E9. Reasonable people can agree that both leagues are watered down with weak teams and weak players.
We all know this when the spring comes along and the best players can play with and against each other that we have amazing talent and insanely competitive games. How about those games against Blue Chip's and Lightning the past few years? Awesome hockey and its right here!
It to bad that the best teams in the EHF and E9 cant play each other. We all are losing out - we can agree with that.
Well said! Totally agree.