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Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
Anon
Who takes it this year?
I would say none of the five teams that have called in the past two days looking for my kid because they dont have enough players.
Haha, yeah right buddy. Please stop.

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

ANON
Anon
Anon
Who takes it this year?
I would say none of the five teams that have called in the past two days looking for my kid because they dont have enough players.
Haha, yeah right buddy. Please stop.
Ummm pretty sure lots of teams are looking for players.

Are you doubting that ?

Or you doubting that five teams have asked ?

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
ANON
Anon
Anon
Who takes it this year?
I would say none of the five teams that have called in the past two days looking for my kid because they dont have enough players.
Haha, yeah right buddy. Please stop.
Ummm pretty sure lots of teams are looking for players.

Are you doubting that ?

Or you doubting that five teams have asked ?
How much does your penis shrink when you use ummmmm…man up!

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
ANON
Anon
Anon
Who takes it this year?
I would say none of the five teams that have called in the past two days looking for my kid because they dont have enough players.
Haha, yeah right buddy. Please stop.
Ummm pretty sure lots of teams are looking for players.

Are you doubting that ?

Or you doubting that five teams have asked ?
5 teams! He must be the best stud out there! 5 teams asked him to be in a summer tournament? Things are really looking up for him! Not 3 teams, not 4 teams, but 5 teams! NHL bound!

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
Anon
ANON
Anon
Anon
Who takes it this year?
I would say none of the five teams that have called in the past two days looking for my kid because they dont have enough players.
Haha, yeah right buddy. Please stop.
Ummm pretty sure lots of teams are looking for players.

Are you doubting that ?

Or you doubting that five teams have asked ?
5 teams! He must be the best stud out there! 5 teams asked him to be in a summer tournament? Things are really looking up for him! Not 3 teams, not 4 teams, but 5 teams! NHL bound!
You are missing the point.


He isn’t even college bound. It demonstrates the over saturation of ****ty hockey tournaments that are disguised as good hockey tournaments.

There are too many teams and too many tournaments and not enough high end players.

But. If your kid isn’t asked to play for multiple teams for every tournament. Then I’m sorry. Your kid isn’t very good.

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Even the tournament faithful are not at this one. A thing of the past.

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Cmon, the Chowda is a summer favorite..Boys getting together one last time before August training..Dads meeting up for a couple beers..Chowda is not a tournament, its a tradition!

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Well it looks like my son isn’t getting drafted so he’s going to play in the chowda cup. Next best thing.

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I have never scouted so many selfish Defensemen in my life! Dear god, someone coach these kids to move the puck up the ice, they will never make it at the next level, sad! Feel bad for some of these forwards who wasted their time this weekend watching these hero's try to go end to end, loose the puck, 3 on 1 the other way...goal. I spoke with 1 forward from Prep that we are very interested in and made sure to at least let him know he was always in the right spots and not to get to upset about the results of the weekend. Kid had a good response, "I got to work on my D zone coverage" Nice to see kids care this much about summer hockey, cant wait for the real season.

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
I have never scouted so many selfish Defensemen in my life! Dear god, someone coach these kids to move the puck up the ice, they will never make it at the next level, sad! Feel bad for some of these forwards who wasted their time this weekend watching these hero's try to go end to end, loose the puck, 3 on 1 the other way...goal. I spoke with 1 forward from Prep that we are very interested in and made sure to at least let him know he was always in the right spots and not to get to upset about the results of the weekend. Kid had a good response, "I got to work on my D zone coverage" Nice to see kids care this much about summer hockey, cant wait for the real season.
Problem is it's the offensive defensman that gets all the recognition. Have seen it many times over the past few years, kids that skate the puck up the ice and leave their partner high and dry with 2 and 3 on one's and can't play even a little defense get D1 commits and drafted in the USHL. My kid has been a stay at home defenseman his entire life, makes great tape to tape breakout passes, perfect indirect passes, great stick, strong at moving bodies from the front of the net, wins the puck battles in the corners and behind the net, and kills almost every penalty and has only been on the ice for 12 goals against in 4 years of varsity in CCL Div 1., never does the useless one timers that hit the net about 2% of the time but has a rocket of a wrist shot and quick release from the point keeping it low and hard and nothing but invites to USHL and NAHL camps, goes to camp does the same thing 2 camps this year and on ice for 1 goal in 8 total games and nothing, no all star game nada. So yeah, keep skating the pucks D men because at the end of the day defense matters less and less and you have to stand out somehow!!!

How many selfish forwards did you scout?? I'm sure it was more than the D men. Forwards that would rather take a blind no look shot that either gets blocked of misses the net by 5 feet than pass it back to the wide open defensman, doesn't drop back to cover for the D man when he does go in for a shot, can't see them when they drop down in the O zone for the back door pass, too busy trying to fly out of the zone looking for a breakaway, can't get the puck that final 2 feet out of the zone because they're afraid to get hit then blame the D or goalie when they had multiple opportunities to get the puck out of the zone. I could go on and on...

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
Anon
I have never scouted so many selfish Defensemen in my life! Dear god, someone coach these kids to move the puck up the ice, they will never make it at the next level, sad! Feel bad for some of these forwards who wasted their time this weekend watching these hero's try to go end to end, loose the puck, 3 on 1 the other way...goal. I spoke with 1 forward from Prep that we are very interested in and made sure to at least let him know he was always in the right spots and not to get to upset about the results of the weekend. Kid had a good response, "I got to work on my D zone coverage" Nice to see kids care this much about summer hockey, cant wait for the real season.
Problem is it's the offensive defensman that gets all the recognition. Have seen it many times over the past few years, kids that skate the puck up the ice and leave their partner high and dry with 2 and 3 on one's and can't play even a little defense get D1 commits and drafted in the USHL. My kid has been a stay at home defenseman his entire life, makes great tape to tape breakout passes, perfect indirect passes, great stick, strong at moving bodies from the front of the net, wins the puck battles in the corners and behind the net, and kills almost every penalty and has only been on the ice for 12 goals against in 4 years of varsity in CCL Div 1., never does the useless one timers that hit the net about 2% of the time but has a rocket of a wrist shot and quick release from the point keeping it low and hard and nothing but invites to USHL and NAHL camps, goes to camp does the same thing 2 camps this year and on ice for 1 goal in 8 total games and nothing, no all star game nada. So yeah, keep skating the pucks D men because at the end of the day defense matters less and less and you have to stand out somehow!!!

How many selfish forwards did you scout?? I'm sure it was more than the D men. Forwards that would rather take a blind no look shot that either gets blocked of misses the net by 5 feet than pass it back to the wide open defensman, doesn't drop back to cover for the D man when he does go in for a shot, can't see them when they drop down in the O zone for the back door pass, too busy trying to fly out of the zone looking for a breakaway, can't get the puck that final 2 feet out of the zone because they're afraid to get hit then blame the D or goalie when they had multiple opportunities to get the puck out of the zone. I could go on and on...
We scouted the JR A division. Mostly Roc City teams, Boston Hockey Club, Boston Jr Blues and a few JDM teams. EVERY team had forwards in position for breakouts, centers flying on the swing, and dmen not recognizing it and attempting to take off. You are right, some forwards were selfish in the offensive zone but they all worked the cycle pretty well and a few we liked the most back checked hard every shift. Roc City 02/03, BHC.

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
Anon
Anon
I have never scouted so many selfish Defensemen in my life! Dear god, someone coach these kids to move the puck up the ice, they will never make it at the next level, sad! Feel bad for some of these forwards who wasted their time this weekend watching these hero\'s try to go end to end, loose the puck, 3 on 1 the other way...goal. I spoke with 1 forward from Prep that we are very interested in and made sure to at least let him know he was always in the right spots and not to get to upset about the results of the weekend. Kid had a good response, \"I got to work on my D zone coverage\" Nice to see kids care this much about summer hockey, cant wait for the real season.
Problem is it\'s the offensive defensman that gets all the recognition. Have seen it many times over the past few years, kids that skate the puck up the ice and leave their partner high and dry with 2 and 3 on one\'s and can\'t play even a little defense get D1 commits and drafted in the USHL. My kid has been a stay at home defenseman his entire life, makes great tape to tape breakout passes, perfect indirect passes, great stick, strong at moving bodies from the front of the net, wins the puck battles in the corners and behind the net, and kills almost every penalty and has only been on the ice for 12 goals against in 4 years of varsity in CCL Div 1., never does the useless one timers that hit the net about 2% of the time but has a rocket of a wrist shot and quick release from the point keeping it low and hard and nothing but invites to USHL and NAHL camps, goes to camp does the same thing 2 camps this year and on ice for 1 goal in 8 total games and nothing, no all star game nada. So yeah, keep skating the pucks D men because at the end of the day defense matters less and less and you have to stand out somehow!!!

How many selfish forwards did you scout?? I\'m sure it was more than the D men. Forwards that would rather take a blind no look shot that either gets blocked of misses the net by 5 feet than pass it back to the wide open defensman, doesn\'t drop back to cover for the D man when he does go in for a shot, can\'t see them when they drop down in the O zone for the back door pass, too busy trying to fly out of the zone looking for a breakaway, can\'t get the puck that final 2 feet out of the zone because they\'re afraid to get hit then blame the D or goalie when they had multiple opportunities to get the puck out of the zone. I could go on and on...
We scouted the JR A division. Mostly Roc City teams, Boston Hockey Club, Boston Jr Blues and a few JDM teams. EVERY team had forwards in position for breakouts, centers flying on the swing, and dmen not recognizing it and attempting to take off. You are right, some forwards were selfish in the offensive zone but they all worked the cycle pretty well and a few we liked the most back checked hard every shift. Roc City 02/03, BHC.
What players did you like on those clubs?

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We were really focused on Forwards who can play their position and play all 3 zones.
Roc 02- 9, 18- NAHL Players
Roc 03- 9 (Nichols), 18 (Kent)- Kids in Prep, look forward to seeing them play this year
BHC- 4 (Cushing), 17 (St Marks)- 2 of our favorite centers in the tournament, big seasons ahead for them!
JDM Yellow- 9 (Pomfret), 16 (NCDC)- both on the smaller side but play position well
BJB- 15 (Tufts), 10 (Dexter)

BHC and BJB Goalies were really good also.

This is our very short list. Again, these forwards played their position really well, and played all 3 zones consistently.

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Lost all credibility, I'm laughing.

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
Lost all credibility, I'm laughing.
Sorry Dad

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
Lost all credibility, I'm laughing.
Thats whats wrong with many of you USA dads out there. You don't know anything about building a team. You want the kid who scores 2 a game and ends up a -1. We build from the center of the ice out and the crease and up. Give me 2 RH and 2 LH 200 foot Centers and 2 strong goalies and we will build a playoff team every year, as we do. :flag-ca:

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Hahaha....no way these details get posted to the dboard by any real scout. Fun read though. Thanks!

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Are there rosters still out there?

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Imagine a dad burying his kids # in a scouting report to get his kid some press. Probably subscribes and email the twitter guys too.

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JDM, whats up buddy! Your clients?

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I look forward to seeing the full scouting list, let us know where we can find it. Interesting no dmen, there were some good ones on the teams you mentioned.

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
I look forward to seeing the full scouting list, let us know where we can find it. Interesting no dmen, there were some good ones on the teams you mentioned.
No scouting list, just prospects for our team next season. Why do you daddy’s get so offended when someone shares what they saw at a tournament. We did not scout D because we are all set for at least 2 years on the back end. Would love to see these kids in our sweaters! πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
We were really focused on Forwards who can play their position and play all 3 zones.
Roc 02- 9, 18- NAHL Players
Roc 03- 9 (Nichols), 18 (Kent)- Kids in Prep, look forward to seeing them play this year
BHC- 4 (Cushing), 17 (St Marks)- 2 of our favorite centers in the tournament, big seasons ahead for them!
JDM Yellow- 9 (Pomfret), 16 (NCDC)- both on the smaller side but play position well
BJB- 15 (Tufts), 10 (Dexter)

BHC and BJB Goalies were really good also.

This is our very short list. Again, these forwards played their position really well, and played all 3 zones consistently.
Thanks? My kid is already committed though.

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Why play the local chowder cup when you could spend a couple thousand and play in Florida? It was awesome, 1 coach asked my kid for his GPA so it was worth it. Ivy!

Re: Sr Chowda Cup

Anon
We were really focused on Forwards who can play their position and play all 3 zones.
Roc 02- 9, 18- NAHL Players
Roc 03- 9 (Nichols), 18 (Kent)- Kids in Prep, look forward to seeing them play this year
BHC- 4 (Cushing), 17 (St Marks)- 2 of our favorite centers in the tournament, big seasons ahead for them!
JDM Yellow- 9 (Pomfret), 16 (NCDC)- both on the smaller side but play position well
BJB- 15 (Tufts), 10 (Dexter)

BHC and BJB Goalies were really good also.

This is our very short list. Again, these forwards played their position really well, and played all 3 zones consistently.
All good players! Good luck! πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

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Glad your kid has Scottie Bowman for a dad. Lighten up Francis. Turd