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The Cape population isn't very large and there's a large number of retirees...not exactly a huge pool to draw from. Also NOBODY is driving over the bridge onto the cape for youth hockey.
for the sake of sanity stay on the cape/avoid the traffic and find a good coach
New to area...yeah right, it sounds more like you and your kid have tried and been run out of every program on the Cape. I'm not saying it is the best caliber of play, but there are plenty of programs on the Cape that provide a solid youth hockey experience for many, at 1/2 the price or less. If you want something different, go off-Cape and be happy about about it rather than complaining that you are doing it.
05 Hurricanes killed everyone. Best coached team the Cape ever had. Not trolling. Coach was a nut. He pushed those kids. Always a tough place to play also. Miss that team
Drive up to Kingston to the bog & play for the Breakers
Lmao till they came over bridge and played fed elite. Haha. Coach looked silly
You need to get a life u looser
No your right. Cape programs are a joke I moved my mediocre player off Cape at the Peewee level because he had a lot of desire but his skills weren't there. The more sophisticated coaching,programs off cape recognized his potential and cultivated it and he got picked up by a great prep school. The other thing that impressed me is they had independent coaches no coach had a kid that played on the team that makes a huge difference.
What I tell my player is work hard and be so good they can't ignore you.
The point is it shouldn't matter what program you're in or what team you on.
If you get cut from a team work harder.. If you're on a good team strive to be the best on that team and be the best team player you can be.Earn your rice time.
Don't blame the coaches don't blame the politics. We got to roll with that stuff..
keep your head down and get to work. If you let any of the above get the better of you then that's on you.
Yes there's something to be said for being "seen" and all that other stuff but the majority of youth players out there are average at best and they're not going to go to the NHL.
All we can do as parents is to guide our kids to work toward their goals in spite of any perceived obstacles that might be in the way. Its YOUR puck.. GO GET IT!
How is the lower cape coyotes program?
I hear they have a new coach Barry something. Good with skills they say.
If you live on the cape, nobody cares north of Plymouth. Those Vinyard Vines polos might be a little to tight in the collar or maybe the boat shoes but your kid just isn’t that good.