My son played there almost 8 years ago and people were claiming it sucked and the EHF was so much better and at times the kiddie teams weren't all that great and people tried to mock them. They stuck to it and good for them.
They are ok for a E9 team...would get killed in the EHF
Breakers had great skills a few years ago. Seems the guy who ran them left so now we go to Hingham for skills. Can be a little crowded sometimes but great skills.
Sorry your kid got got cut from an EHF team and had to settle playing for a E9 team...when little Johnny improves his skills you can try again
They really should be buying bandits program. It's a no brained with the new price drop. Wipe out bandits and call them the Knights @ Bridgewater. The junior program is decent, as well as off ice and training. While most of the teams peewee and lower are struggling the youngest teams (mites) are winning a few games and have the potential to do well. Now we throw in what I refer to as the "Lovell Effect". Realistically this would immediatey boost the program which in turn would lead to teams winning more games and some teams winning records at year one. The rest as they say would be history.
But they come in and sign a long term commitment to take a lot of ice over many years like they did at Pilgrim. . . good hours, bad hours...but a lot of hours.