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05 tier 1 white
04 BB - lose 1 or 2 every year this time.
most teams change year to year. It's more of an exception if you see teams staying together
Grass is always greener right. Every team and at every age group is one bad loss, one disgruntled parent away from falling apart. Its the nature of this beast we call youth hockey. Do what's best for your kid and no matter what else happens you cant lose.
Caps will take a big hit at every level from the Giants hate to say it but it will happen. Only thing helping caps is the EHF which in my opinion is better then e9.
And by suck do you mean are competitive with EHF T1 (also know as T2 in the real world?)
Cap bashing gets very quiet when caps are winning and playing well. Payback is a ******
Even if you win all the games, you all are still one of the most laughable teams. Caps and TG continue to be the car wreck you have to watch. Feel bad for all those kids that have deal with all the nonsense. So you won a game - so what! Bwhahaha bwhahaha bwhahaha
Gotta love a good train wreck!
It's always the parents! No surprise about TG - big a'holes raise little a'holes!!
06 Breakers. Both levels.
Tier 1 coaches moving to Bandits elite, taking players from both levels
Elite coach talking to tier 1 players
T1 players playing in elite/players from both levels going to Bandits equals a recipe for disaster for the Breakers
06 breakers elite had a solid team a couple years ago. The turnover every year tells you that something ain't right
05 kings are a lot worse than people realize. Coach is under pressure from ownership to turn the team around and recruiting under every rock he can find.
hello new Bandits, same as the old (basement) Bandits
kinda hard to when the poster notes that they are building the team from the tier 1 Breakers. A bunch of those kids were 06 Bandits before until the team folded last year and you know what there record was