Travel was purposely kept to minimum.
Cost was kept to a minimum.
5 month season was the norm.
Off season skills were more of a time to play with friends who you may not play with during the seasons.
Organization would discourage you to join them as an alternate or 2nd team.
Much of their practices were based on USA Hockey recommendations.
True or False:
1) They would produce more NHL players than any other state.
2) They would produce more D1 players than any other state.
That state would have a lot of kids that suck at hockey.
Sounds like someone’s bender got cut…
Anyone that doesn’t believe that Minnesota is doing things right is completely oblivious to the facts.
If Minnesota is doing it right. Than why the need for those split season AAA teams? More and more every year popping up in the state of hockey. Is it the elite players are tired of scoring on A/AA district players?