The parents who think their kids are better than they really are will never change. Those parents generally are the ones who like to stir things up behind the scenes. At the same time, the parents who dont really talk about their own kid, the coach or anyone else's kid usually have the kids that pan out in the end and play at higher level when they are 15-16 years old. Took me 2 kids and approx 10 years of youth hockey to confirm this but always had an idea of this being the truth. Cheers to reuniting with some good parents today.
We have a couple of dads who fit the trendy youth hockey term "whispering dads". They do nothing but whisper about what teams are reaching out to them for next year and what the coach should be doing hahhahaha. #mykidiseliteandtherestoftheteamisnt
Whispering moms was a term coined by dance moms. Somehow someway it’s carried into hockey