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Re: EHF vs. E9

Anon
Ben
hey guys...so my kid is making the jump from town to a club team this year. He tried out for 2 E9 teams, and 1 EHF elite team and made all 3 surprisingly! Im wondering which league you guys think is superior?

Ps. Im fairly new to this website...a parent a tryouts turned me on to it
That people still fall for these bull**** **** stirrer posts....
EHF is for future NHLers, D1 NCAA players, and Major junior players.

E9 is for future D3 and beer leaguers.

Re: EHF vs. E9

anon
Anon
Ben
hey guys...so my kid is making the jump from town to a club team this year. He tried out for 2 E9 teams, and 1 EHF elite team and made all 3 surprisingly! Im wondering which league you guys think is superior?

Ps. Im fairly new to this website...a parent a tryouts turned me on to it
That people still fall for these bull**** **** stirrer posts....
EHF is for future NHLers, D1 NCAA players, and Major junior players.

E9 is for future D3 and beer leaguers.
And there is the major difference there: the parents.

The parents who think their Johnny is going pro will do whatever it takes to get their kid on a team and then back stab and fill8 the coach to keep their kid there.

E9 parents realize that their time is short with their bender and look to make sure that they have fun.

Look for the coach with a good reputation who will develop the kid. After you hockey, no one cares where they played.

Re: EHF vs. E9

anon
Anon
Ben
hey guys...so my kid is making the jump from town to a club team this year. He tried out for 2 E9 teams, and 1 EHF elite team and made all 3 surprisingly! Im wondering which league you guys think is superior?

Ps. Im fairly new to this website...a parent a tryouts turned me on to it
That people still fall for these bull**** **** stirrer posts....
EHF is for future NHLers, D1 NCAA players, and Major junior players.

E9 is for future D3 and beer leaguers.
And there is the major difference there: the parents.

The Ehf parents who think their Johnny is going pro will do whatever it takes to get their kid on a team and then back stab and fill8 the coach to keep their kid there.

E9 parents realize that their time is short with their bender and look to make sure that they have fun.

Look for the coach with a good reputation who will develop the kid. After you hockey, no one cares where they played.

Re: EHF vs. E9

anon
Anon
Ben
hey guys...so my kid is making the jump from town to a club team this year. He tried out for 2 E9 teams, and 1 EHF elite team and made all 3 surprisingly! Im wondering which league you guys think is superior?

Ps. Im fairly new to this website...a parent a tryouts turned me on to it
That people still fall for these bull**** **** stirrer posts....
EHF is for future NHLers, D1 NCAA players, and Major junior players.

E9 is for future D3 and beer leaguers.
And there is the major difference there: the parents.

The Ehf parents who think their Johnny is going pro will do whatever it takes to get their kid on a team and then back stab and fill8 the coach to keep their kid there.

E9 parents realize that their time is short with their bender and look to make sure that they have fun.

Look for the coach with a good reputation who will develop the kid. After youth hockey, no one cares where they played.

Re: EHF vs. E9

Anon
anon
Anon
Ben
hey guys...so my kid is making the jump from town to a club team this year. He tried out for 2 E9 teams, and 1 EHF elite team and made all 3 surprisingly! Im wondering which league you guys think is superior?

Ps. Im fairly new to this website...a parent a tryouts turned me on to it
That people still fall for these bull**** **** stirrer posts....
EHF is for future NHLers, D1 NCAA players, and Major junior players.

E9 is for future D3 and beer leaguers.
And there is the major difference there: the parents.

The Ehf parents who think their Johnny is going pro will do whatever it takes to get their kid on a team and then back stab and fill8 the coach to keep their kid there.

E9 parents realize that their time is short with their bender and look to make sure that they have fun.

Look for the coach with a good reputation who will develop the kid. After youth hockey, no one cares where they played.
Life lesson. If you’re going to rag on other parents don’t embarrass yourself by triple posting. Not a good look.

Re: EHF vs. E9

Tell that to the BA kid who was just drafted 7th in the country USHL and #3 QMJHL ,that he is destined for D3, lol , EHF vs E9 youth Daddy baloney is exactly that!