A 1-0 loss on the last day of the season was to avoid driving to Merrimack to make an afternoon game during the week to get the score into the Fed.
You really think the forfeit was to keep a kid on the team?
Let's see, drive an hour or more in rush-hour traffic to make a game in North Andover or save the drive and take a loss that had no impact on the final standings for the Caps...
After all the F-- bombs last night at practice between the owner of caps and the commissioner -- one phone call to USA will surely get kid released. Kid should be scared to play on that team. I know I would be.
Sgt. Hulka? Maybe he was hungry and in a bad mood.
I always told my son's coaches, "Don't worry about your use of foul language, I assure you he's already heard everything there is to hear from his mother."
O.K. I'll grant you that. Good decision by you. You know your kid and it wasn't for him so move on. But no need to trash the guy (if we're talking about the same guy) because others (including myself) have had good experiences for the most part and my kid went on to be a pretty good player partially because of him. Then again he didn't play for him until he was 10 and I will say the guys size does intimidate a lot of little kids.
If two teachers were throwing F- bombs at each other in a classroom what would happen. Parents would be outraged. Buts its ok for the commissioner of the league and the owner of the caps to throw F.. bombs at each other during a practice.
The 06 Caps have more important things to worry about
like what summer vacation