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Re: USPHL Bantam Draft

"If genetics shows you are only going to be 5"9' then i would honestly set your goals realistically, D3 is where you will belong."

This is so true. Go watch a good D-3 team play and you will see some great players, some that look pretty old, some that can really skate, some that are pretty good...the whole gambit but one thing I noticed is almost every kid that can actually play he is undersized for his position by D-1 standards. Sure there are a few bigger kids but they have obvious holes in their game.

Re: USPHL Bantam Draft

Well said. Sound like a NESCAC guy!

Re: USPHL Bantam Draft

Anon
Hey my son was traded his Peewee Major year so I think anything is possible in this lovely little game we call kiddie hockey.

Sorry your kid got traded.

Re: USPHL Bantam Draft

Anon
Anon
is this a real thing? can we make youth hockey any more of a joke. im going to get my kid into soccer when they claim them at 12


Draft is a futures draft for jr program. Following USHL and NAHL


Canadien jr leagues (OHL, etc) have been holding these type of drafts forever.

Re: USPHL Bantam Draft

Anon
Anon
is this a real thing? can we make youth hockey any more of a joke. im going to get my kid into soccer when they claim them at 12


Draft is a futures draft for jr program. Following USHL and NAHL


Right, the difference though is those leagues have legitimate hockey players. These USPHL guys think they are going to sell tickets to their games

Re: USPHL Bantam Draft

Anon
Anon
Anon
is this a real thing? can we make youth hockey any more of a joke. im going to get my kid into soccer when they claim them at 12


Draft is a futures draft for jr program. Following USHL and NAHL


Right, the difference though is those leagues have legitimate hockey players. These USPHL guys think they are going to sell tickets to their games


They aren't looking to raise money from ticket sales but from raising the tuition. Guess what? People will pay and so will you.