List Guy here.
Absolutely is one of the teams that can move up. I get they play in EHF and that means something. I did however factor in ease of the Super Series Schedule. To be honest it would have been great if better non-local teams were in it.
The list, as always, will take into account all results. As I said the list is difficult in the beginning.
Bad reputation that is hurting his kid. Sad
Breakers are on the down slide at every level also
calm down coach it was preseason.
The IHC picked up several good players and one very high end kid. The BJE picked up a high end defenseman. The Mid Fairfield Rangers are not on your list and they are now playing a full EHF schedule this year. They (MFR) picked up two very good players from the LI Gulls and will be a top team in the EHF. Lastly, the Boston Junior Rangers who are pretty much the Wizard team from last year are better than the Patriots.
Good luck to all the 05 teams in New England but please remember while it is always fun to be on a top team the number one goal should be about your son's development!
All good points! Again, results move the list.
MFR - Very good team and deserve to be on list. My thinking was they are so far away and many kids are from NY. List is a New England list, but I acknowledge they are very good.
IHC- Again Caps win in tourney puts them ahead, but very possible that could flip in time.
E9 - Again it will play out in a few weeks. Very possible BJR are better than Patriots.
Thanks for input.
BJR core is the core from that last place debacle last year. Middle road ECW team moved. High end kids from ECW are not there. BJR has work to do.
The good news is you get to play each other. it is why results move the list. Going to take a few weeks, but it will happen.
Good luck to both
BJR go 5-26-5 last year. They turn over half the team, pick up a bunch of Wizards (but none of the top 4 players, who all went to the EHF) I don't think that vaults them into first place. Let's be realistic here
BJR 16-17 team = Good coaching (always had it, now even stronger), significantly stronger goalie (which matters, see IHC), more depth (but no new game changers), maybe improve to .500 with some upside. But not ready to challenge the Avalanche, BA, Patriots, VJW. Yet.....
returning BJR kids don't have the motor to play coaches style. none of them could compete in the high end spring/summer events. they will be ok but there is a learning curve with the core group returning.
Doubt the BJR will be a 500 team. Still a solid core went over from last year Wiz team. There was a lot of parity on that team.
As for not ready to challenge Avs,Pats,etc. time will tell but by looking at same teams played from Boston SS that does not seem to be the case. E9 should have more parity this year, which I guess is good.
Just heard about this site. I can't believe how insane you people are. Wow! Kids! You are talking about kids. And..... adults that will sacrifice their time to teach KIDS. What a pathetic group of losers. Be ashamed. Naming kids, parents, and coaches while staying anonymous. So Brave! Get off the PC and spend time with that kid. Or throw your name out there and stand up for your comments. Doubt anyone will do it. Losers!! Don't bother commenting. I'm out.
Again, good luck to all teams this weekend. Just wanted to highlight some key match ups each week that may move the list.
Kings vs. Caps
IHC vs. BJE
Ter vs. MMF
BA vs. Patriots
Will check in next week with results.