Town and house league .., funny! Can't wait to watch your kid play in the Nhl! I be he gets straight A's, his teams leading scorer and gets all the ladies. With a dad like you who posts on the dboard bashing 10yr old kids, tournaments and teams he must be a real good kid. Teachers pet I'm sure of it.
My kid was in buffalo testing himself against the best teams in North America., your kid was in rhodie pretending to play hockey. Maybe part of the problem is you dad, can't even do math. 2005 = 11 and 12 not 10 dummy.
Semi finals results for 2005 division?
Caps v north stars, ne hurricanes v Carolina hurricanes.
Is that tier 1 semi
Elite Division of 2005 Kennedy
Finals Caps elite vs NE Jr Hurricanes
I thought the Caps played down. It looked like they played all Tier 2 teams?
This is was not an EHF Tournament. So the Elite division of the tournament had EHF Teams elite & tier 1 as well as elite teams from other leagues and independents.
They should not call it Elite or Tier 1 if the competition is not Elite or Tier 1
Elite simply means the highest level of ANY given organization, tournament or group. It is not reserved only for EHF members. It has been in the Webster dictionary for a while now. Get with the current times...saying your kid is in the EHF Elite is not impressive to anyone. It's over ... sorry Charlie your kid is going to have to do the work to be noticed! The EHF Elite label doesn't CUT IT. Tuition contributor is more likely the correct label
Please get a clue my friend. Elite is the New England term for Tier 1, aaa is the New England term for Tier 2. You will not find a town organization with a elite team.
Elite or Tier 1 teams historically would not play Tier 2 teams because there was such a difference in talent and depth. Now, because talent is becoming so watered down with more teams and leagues, and parents that want to pay extra for little johnny to play on a team that is "elite or aaa".