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2012 wizard coach played at BU and AHL. I would consider that fairly high level.
My kid has been in both EHF and E9 (yes, my kid got cut). EHF, for the most part, seems to be the most strict as far as bringing in outsiders. Each week you show up, you know who you’re playing. E9 is hilarious, especially the bottom half teams. When you add in those “independent” teams, you can forget about it. Any kid in New England that’s available on that given day could show up and play. Are there outlier’s to this statement? Absolutely. This is just my observation.
Please both leagues have alternates showing up regularly.
Anyone that claims EHF does not do this and ahs strict rules in place is flat out lying or just trying to convince themselves.
and the best and most re****ble programs in either league don't do it.
but the weaker and/or unscrupulous programs do it to try and compete
It all comes out in the wash. But yeah it happens with higher level teams who don't need to be bringing anyone else
thanks for hittin' me up with your knowledge. 3 kids that have played in every league combined. i'm well aware it's all over. this sh*t organization is just the worst I've seen. bottom line, the better teams don't do it. fact.
and i've seen some 'better teams' that do it
you really seem to have an issue with this team
Sorry your kid plays for one of the three teams they’ve beaten this year.
If your bender is any good in hockey, you want him to play strong competitions. Consider yourself lucky that wizards coach tried to bring in alts to be competitive. Maybe focus more on your bender and help him move up a level, so that you don’t have to play wizards in the future.
They’re all tools thinking their kids are going somewhere. The elite now are JV later.