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Wrong that kid has played in numerous Elite tournaments. Absolute stud! Only plays select because he gets to play out every now and then. And maybe you should reserve judgement till you see him play.
Exactly! While at that age raw talent and athleticism is definitely a strong building block for the position as is case with any other position to declare anyone a stud is premature. Size and speed begins to even out towards latter half of bantam/early midget. More important is how we will develop mentally when he is not a "stud" and starts to get shelled as it happens with all tenders especially ones who dominate at mites through squirt if the term dominate is even real at that age. Hope he does well goalie dad or teammate dad as clearly you must be one of those if you are following his play on multiple teams. In meantime simmah down pop and enjoy his current success
Thought the Warriors were not allowing kids to play as alternates on the Fed teams. Uh oh
He's so good they only gave up 164 goals in 30 games last year...At the select level mind you.
HA and Ouch! That will sure hurt Daddy's ego. Or he'll blame defense which is always a good move for a goalie parent.
btw my '13 is a stud on the see-saw you should see him at pre-school. Hands down he tears that S**t up!:joy:
Different goalie he was cut my kids team plays against the warriors
Warriors will win the American division this year with the new goalie
So cute, when Dad chimes in again pretending to be another parent...
Rule. A thread with warrior select in the title should not be allowed to go past 2 comments.
listen...Goalie dad when your kid makes the elite team you can come back here and talk all the smack you want but until then sit down, be quiet, and enjoy the ride
Who cares about the goalie! How’s the mom? Asking for a friend...
Does your friend happen to be the 08 Huskies coach??
The select would probably beat the “elite” team.