Nope. Travel would be ridiculous. Closest team would be in NYC.
Simple message. Riverhawks stay same, just wear orange, light blue and white.
What are you smoking...I don't think it is legal yet...the Tier 1 team is at the low end of the black division in most years....no way they get moved to elite...stop the madness
USPHL Youth division already exists, granted its with CT, NY, NJ teams. Look at the list of organizations on the USPHL website and the Islanders list USPHL Youth as one of their divisions as well.
I believe the Islanders Tier 1 teams have more in the top half than lower half of the upper division and no teams in white division. And its not like the rosters will stay locked for next season. Even if they kept half their current tier 1 rosters and supplemented with top outside kids from E9, Top Gun, etc I'm sure they'd still be at least middle of the pack in EHF most years.
Not saying that its definitely happening but I can see how it could work if thats the route they want to go.
there is no way the dboard would allow the EHF/E9 controversy to go away. it is a dead horse that will be beaten for years to come.
when EHF teams were beat by BHL teams couple weeks ago - it silenced even the strongest EHF crazies, really no argument anymore.
05 - no secret
I do - good coach, good kids, and it works logistically. Proud to represent BHL and see kids developing at 11yo. Also happy to beat some more EHF teams but that wont happen b/c they wont play us - enjoy the next few months as you try and replace half your team.
You must be as stupid as you look. Read the thread moron! Agree with the BHL guy and think you idiot EHF parents need to get a grip and not a comfort grip for the shovel you will be using in the morning at your job - meatlick!
So you're agreeing with a guy who is "beating" his chest about the BHL being able to beat the EHF while bashing EHF parents for beating their chest about being better than the BHL....hmmmmm [/quote]
Islanders website for starters