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Re: Public vs Full Season

Thanks for the opinions. After weighing the options he will be staying with his FS team and completing his commitment to them.

Re: Public vs Full Season

Unfortunately hockey suffering in this area now....most public’s are bad, and starting to be to many FS teams. 16 becoming a tough age group decision wise....

Re: Public vs Full Season

Anon
Unfortunately hockey suffering in this area now....most public’s are bad, and starting to be to many FS teams. 16 becoming a tough age group decision wise....
True, but also helps parents reinforce how important education is..Hockey ends soon for all of them.

Re: Public vs Full Season

If the kid wants to get better and play beyond high school then he has to play club for prep. It’s that simple.

Re: Public vs Full Season

Anon
Why does teaching their kids to honor their commitments come to parents' minds so infrequently?

You signed a contract. Chances are, they turned other kids down. If you leave, you are leaving not only the program, but the 20 other families.

You also will leave a big black checkmark next to your kid's name. Coaches talk. If your kid quits, that's what he will be. A quitter.
"Turned other kids down" :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: Sorry we cant take your check, we have just the right amount of players, why dont you give that money to the program down the street! :laughing: :laughing:

Re: Public vs Full Season

anon
Anon
Why does teaching their kids to honor their commitments come to parents\' minds so infrequently?

You signed a contract. Chances are, they turned other kids down. If you leave, you are leaving not only the program, but the 20 other families.

You also will leave a big black checkmark next to your kid\'s name. Coaches talk. If your kid quits, that\'s what he will be. A quitter.
"Turned other kids down" :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: Sorry we cant take your check, we have just the right amount of players, why dont you give that money to the program down the street! :laughing: :laughing:
U16s and U18s aren't Juniors. They aren't sitting 6 players a game as healthy scratches. Usually max of 20 skaters, 2, maybe 3 goalies.

And the better programs have more than that number available. So, yes, they turn players down.

Apparently, not in your benders's program, though.

Re: Public vs Full Season

Anon
anon
Anon
Why does teaching their kids to honor their commitments come to parents\\\' minds so infrequently?

You signed a contract. Chances are, they turned other kids down. If you leave, you are leaving not only the program, but the 20 other families.

You also will leave a big black checkmark next to your kid\\\'s name. Coaches talk. If your kid quits, that\\\'s what he will be. A quitter.
\"Turned other kids down\" :laughing: :laughing: :laughing: Sorry we cant take your check, we have just the right amount of players, why dont you give that money to the program down the street! :laughing: :laughing:
U16s and U18s aren't Juniors. They aren't sitting 6 players a game as healthy scratches. Usually max of 20 skaters, 2, maybe 3 goalies.

And the better programs have more than that number available. So, yes, they turn players down.

Apparently, not in your benders's program, though.
Not Apparently not..no way in h e l l not..Our U16 Roster has at least 30 players on it..nobody is getting turned down!