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So clearly your kid was cut or in some way you feel burned. Obviously you point fingers and blame the coach for destroying your kid's confidence. So what do you do with that? Certainly not help your kid understand the world or the competitive nature of sports. Or even the simple fact, that everyone whos been through this process and has some perspective knows. Sometimes it's not the right fit. What you do is actually pray to God with your petty, childish problems and wish ill on all the families on his current team, to also be crushed just like your kid! How incredibly Christian of you!
How disappointed you must be in your son - I mean, not punching a coach in the face.... Well, it seems that you are doing a fine job helping him understand how the world really works. Get angry, punch people in the face and always actively pray for misfortune to befall others. Great job sir, And we wonder why this great sport is in the shape it is.
Good thing the terriers didn't qualify
HA HA - I want that E9 sucks hat! As a proud member of the E9 - Best families anywhere!
I’m back B itches! *** Mike Anderson.. lost today to a much stronger and better coached Kings team. Let the loser begin the losing!
Another Jr team loss! The script is so great! Buh Bye playoffs
They beat the kings if your talking about 2010
How do you waste a year in youth hockey? Did your child not attend practices or was he not allowed to play in games?
I would think that simply by showing up to both your kid was developing on some level. You do hear of Dad coach stories where they're only focused on their own child. Is that the case here? If the coaches are actively involved with the kids and the team then how is it a waste?
South shore didn't qualify for the q; at least not in the aaa division.