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Re: 06 Level moves.....

Anon
Anon
Anon
Lot of moving around in the works. Of course the Bandit/Breakers is the big thing. Heard BA losing a few studs to EHF teams. AVP picking up a stud player from EHF. Flames seem to be status quo, depending on what the IHC does. Saying that, heard IHC picked up 2 players from E9 teams. Have heard nothing on VJW and Seacoast teams. Seacoast has a player that could be the best in either league. Lets go people, spill the beans!

Who knows this much about so many different teams? Someone needs to find a hobby


Grown men are not allowed to call 10 year old kids studs. It's just plain creepy!
I hope all the 05/06/07 parents take note of the comments in this thread and chill...the...f*ck...out... Parents of D1 and NHL players and prospects don't obsess this much about their kids.

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So what you are telling me is a bunch of the better kids from different leagues are moving to the EHF 2 years before the "Q" and there is a 10 year old in NH that can skate... let me guess he is going to the EHF also! Next thing your going to tell me is the earth is round and the teams are picked before tryouts...okay back to work everyone nothing new here...thanks for the entertainment!

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Youth hockey reminds me of an old friend.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4ZGKI8vpcg

Re: 06 Level moves.....

I'm sure the Q a great tournament - and I know there have been many great players who have played in it. But is spending 10 days in Quebec which is a huge expense, and the likelihood of a local team doing anything is slim - is it that big a deal? I mean really - who gives a crap about the Q?

Re: 06 Level moves.....

anon
I'm sure the Q a great tournament - and I know there have been many great players who have played in it. But is spending 10 days in Quebec which is a huge expense, and the likelihood of a local team doing anything is slim - is it that big a deal? I mean really - who gives a crap about the Q?

Not to mention that EHF teams obsess over this tournament for the four years leading up to it, taking their focus away from developing HS hockey players and funneling time and resources into developing the best 12 year old hockey team in the country. Those two objectives usually do not align, and the players suffer. It probably doesn't adversely impact the top tier talented kids, but dozens of mid-level players and families get caught up in this thing to their detriment. It's not my right to judge other people's decisions, but I hope people think about this before they make a team change that involves significantly more travel or expense for the sake of chasing a Q bid.

Re: 06 Level moves.....

Anon
Lot of moving around in the works. Of course the Bandit/Breakers is the big thing. Heard BA losing a few studs to EHF teams. AVP picking up a stud player from EHF. Flames seem to be status quo, depending on what the IHC does. Saying that, heard IHC picked up 2 players from E9 teams. Have heard nothing on VJW and Seacoast teams. Seacoast has a player that could be the best in either league. Lets go people, spill the beans!


Stud EHF player going to AVP? Really from where?

Re: 06 Level moves.....

From over there.

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Why would players be leaving BA? Aren't they in first place?

Re: 06 Level moves.....

Anon
Why would players be leaving BA? Aren't they in first place?


Some of the parents thought their little Johnny would be a stud over there but that didn't work out so it's let me go and next man up.

Re: 06 Level moves.....

Anon
Why would players be leaving BA? Aren't they in first place?
Myabe that's WHY families would leave. Youth hockey is about development, not winning and losing. If a given coach on any team is overly concerned about winning in 10 year old hockey, at the expense of reasonably equal playing time and attention in practice, the parents SHOULD leave.

Re: 06 Level moves.....

anon
Anon
Why would players be leaving BA? Aren't they in first place?
Myabe that's WHY families would leave. Youth hockey is about development, not winning and losing. If a given coach on any team is overly concerned about winning in 10 year old hockey, at the expense of reasonably equal playing time and attention in practice, the parents SHOULD leave.


Ah makes sense. Yes coaches should be rolling the lines and developing all players equally in both games and practices. If that's not the case you need to move on.

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Can we change the title and subject of this post to 06 Level Moms? :-)

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Wouldn't make sense to say that BA is in first because kids are being developed correctly! Haven't attended all the games, but, for most part, all kids are getting equitable playing time ! A lot more equitable than teams that aren't in first!

Re: 06 Level moves.....

Focker
Wouldn't make sense to say that BA is in first because kids are being developed correctly! Haven't attended all the games, but, for most part, all kids are getting equitable playing time ! A lot more equitable than teams that aren't in first!
That wasn't the question. The question was, why would someone leave a first place team? No idea if this particular BA rolls their lines or not. Was just offering a reason why someone would make that decision.

Re: 06 Level moves.....

Anon
Focker
Wouldn't make sense to say that BA is in first because kids are being developed correctly! Haven't attended all the games, but, for most part, all kids are getting equitable playing time ! A lot more equitable than teams that aren't in first!
That wasn't the question. The question was, why would someone leave a first place team? No idea if this particular BA rolls their lines or not. Was just offering a reason why someone would make that decision.


The reason is to play in a higher/better league. To play with / against teams that have more depth. I've watched quite a few E9 and EHF games at the 06 level. The speed of the game is faster at the EHF level. The teams are a little more deep. This is not meant to knock the E9, but the teams at the 06 level in the EHF have a little more depth. Maybe it's different at other age groups but at the 06 level there seems to be a difference.