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Re: Town Pewee Goalie Needed-free tuition possibly

Anon
Looking for a town Peewee goalie for next season. Possible free tuition. Team is from the Southcoast and plays in the South Shore Conference. Please respond and we can connect for more details.


Good luck.

PeeWee practicing 3x week. 2 games on weekends. Off ice. Goalie specific class.

Who'd want more than that?

Re: Town Pewee Goalie Needed-free tuition possibly

Anon
Looking for a town Peewee goalie for next season. Possible free tuition. Team is from the Southcoast and plays in the South Shore Conference. Please respond and we can connect for more details.


Oh you silly panthers. Prob should not have cut your Pee Wee goalie prematurely last year after four years with the organization, but good luck with your search. All of the 05 and 06 Town goalies are playing select !!!

Although, I guess it is good that you guys are anticipating fielding one pee wee team next year !!!

Re: Town Pewee Goalie Needed-free tuition possibly

Have fun playing select. If your kid can't keep up at the elite level then save your time and money and don't drag the kid all over creation to make yourself feel better about where your kid is playing. It's the arrow not the indian. He will end up being a great town HS player regardless if you just take him to extra skill sessions. If they can hang at the elite level then get them there and if they are a top 6 player there then make the commitment and stick it out through prep (if the grades are good) and then juniors. It's a long journey to get them where you all want them to end up and some kids run out of gas so be careful on which path you choose. There is a lot more going on in a kids life for 6 months (all year if you go elite) other than hockey.

Re: Town Pewee Goalie Needed-free tuition possibly

Ice Hockey
Have fun playing select. If your kid can't keep up at the elite level then save your time and money and don't drag the kid all over creation to make yourself feel better about where your kid is playing. It's the arrow not the indian. He will end up being a great town HS player regardless if you just take him to extra skill sessions. If they can hang at the elite level then get them there and if they are a top 6 player there then make the commitment and stick it out through prep (if the grades are good) and then juniors. It's a long journey to get them where you all want them to end up and some kids run out of gas so be careful on which path you choose. There is a lot more going on in a kids life for 6 months (all year if you go elite) other than hockey.

My kid plays Elite and I can't stand this elitist attitude. If you kid doesn't play elite than take him to town? First, stop telling Parents how to Parent their kids. Second, my kid has played tier 1 and Elite. I can tell you with 100% certainly that half of the kids are interchangeable, especially at the pre-checking ages which is the majority of youth hockey. The best teams in elite have 3-4 Elite players. The most development I saw in my kid at younger ages was in tier 1. Worry about your own kid and Parents, do what works for you and your kid