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Mar 20, 2017 - 3:26PM
Re: e9, ehf, emhl, bhl?
"Top E9 could not carry EHF Elite's water and everyone knows that and I'm not saying top EHF Elite teams, I'm saying even the cellar dwellars would annihilate the top E9 teams. Top 2 E9 teams would be 500 in EHF Tier 1 Black and maybe, just maybe be a top team in EHF Tier 1 white every harvest moon. The top 3 E9 teams would be a top teams in EMHL but not every year as they (clubs in EMHL) produced some strong teams due to league policy (not more than 1 team per ehf bracket so they can't move up)"
The above is pure buffoonery. Amazing where people come up with this stuff.
Again, there is no such thing as "elite" hockey in this country. We do have AAA, AA, A, B, C.
Just wanted to clarify again for everyone.
My kids elite and I got me a signed contract to prove it
But seriously, what's up with the guy who's he!! bent on telling everyone their league classifies their teams wrong? Caps hater guy, Please stop guy and all the WN haters may have another contender. I'll call him No Elite in NE guy
Just stop replying to this nonsense. EHF guy wins every time. People know the truth about the relative strength of the leagues.
My kid's an '05 and not a stud player with college hockey in his future. I hope he stays with the game long enough to play in high school. In the meantime my wife and I like going to his games.
None of us know how long our kids will play for but I'm pretty sure when it is all over it will seem to have gone by very quickly.
just simple math - Framingham is a larger town / city than surrounding areas and has had a seasoned hockey program for a long time. Don't mess with the Flyers
There are a lot of 'ham kids on club teams but that means they are leaving the town program so your reply makes no sense.
Yup, I love watching my kid in net....could careless what level or league as long as he is having a great time and accomplishing the goals he has set for himself....all is good in our hockey house!