What is the best route as far as developing a young female player? IS IT WISE TO PLAY FOR THESE U8/U10 teams to get into the female programs or to stay with the boys team as long as making it. Who are the better girls programs?
WHAT ABOUT THE BREAKERS ? THEY SEEM TO HAVE GREAT NUMBERS AND WINS. BJE LOOKS LIKE THEY RUN A SOLID PROGRAM
Agreed- BSB cheaters at u10.
New players show up at States that were never seen throughout the season. At least get them matching uniforms so they don't stick out as much. Like I said - cheaters.
sounds like a sore loser. no one cheated. better TEAM won.
the Breaker U10 girls were there all year and more importantly on the roster. Our goalie played all 45 games and she was great. did you notice how many players they had? 6 D and 10 forwards. why? because a bunch of them play on multiple teams so they missed games due to conflicts. Boys do the same thing so stop being a hypocrit. More importantly, let me remind you it is 10 year old girls hockey? it was a great game and sorry your team lost.
Jesus, who doesn't know by now that all caps in a discussion forum is shouting?
LEARN TO USE YOUR CAPS LOCK, MORON!
Play with the boys as long as possible the speed is very different. Jump to girls at bantams
LOGISTICALLY ITS EITHER BREAKERS OR EAGLES.
1 post about girls hockey AND EVERYONE IS YELLING..geez..
great post. Wizards, Breakers and Assabet are all on top. Breakers girls won at least 2 titles last weekend and I know Wizards won a bunch. I think the Wizards were in like 8 finals. seems like a great program along with Breakers and Assabet. Eagles are good across all levels, boys and girls
First, nobody cares about Tier 2
Second, not many care about Tier 1
The longer the girls compete with the boys is better for development however, in most cases the girls miss out on the most important part of youth sports, the camaraderie of teammates. Sure the boys are are nice at the rink and with her before and during games but they miss out the bigger picture,the true friendships,the sleepovers and the hangouts it just the nature there is always an isolation. Of course I am not talking about the 8 year olds who are only there for the NHL training but for realistic parents don't lose focus. At least have your daughter play full time on a girls team and be an alternate on boys team if they want to.
Girls, girls, girls
Long legs and burgundy lips
Girls, girls, girls
Dancin' down on the Sunset Strip
Girls, girls, girls
Red lips, fingertips
So funny cro magnon man. These young woman will be going to Ivy League and your son will be working for them. Wake up the world is a bigger place than Ma.
Stay with boys through U10 or U12 then get them with their peers. They will have more fun with the girls and when they are having fun they don't mind working hard. Keep them happy because the possibilities for girls are so much better than boys, at least in percentage of players who get scholarships or recruited to an Ivy.
Wizards are #1 program in Mass and it isn't close. But some don't think too highly of their owner.
Assabet clear #2. (What a fall from grace) Starting to make a comeback. They will be back, but never to where they were just a couple of years ago.
Breakers are #3, though they have some "interesting parents."
Spitfires are probably next. Word is their "leader" never shows up.
then the Islanders and the Eagles.
Eagles have one dominant team, actually one dominant year, but nothing else. U19 team went 7-16-1 this year. U14 19-18-2, U12 21-16-5. So 47-50-8 across their other teams. When BJE loses LR, KB, SN, MS and KT in 13 months, their program will be in the toilet.
Flames are a dumpster fire, as in Charles River.
Shamrocks used to have a good program, but it imploded last year
Falcons, Vipers and the Pride are irrelevant. Play for these teams if location is your #1 priority.
Is a certain elderly man in Concord out recruiting a dream team for U 14 nationals next year?
The old man's 2017-2018 U14 Tier 1 team is already a dream team, on the strength of the 03s plus the two 04s (goalie and skater) who played with them this season. As long as the coaching doesn't mess them up, which is a distinct possibility.
Yes he is.
Who are the best teams in the NEGHL this season? Same old same old since they adopted the EHF player movement rules?
at U 14 the notion of why play the season because Assabet will be that good is nonsense,they may win but having watched their new players in the July summer event I'm not buying the hype.
lots of talent at 16 should be interesting
Wizards with an overhauled roster will win U 14
The Vipers and whatever the Falcons are now calling themselves will be better than the Wizards and Breakers. So will the Eagles.
Seems like the Wizards are going the same direction - 16 skaters on every team at every age.
Best U14 team Assabet? Best U12 team Wizards?
Breakers goalie left. The three best goalies are one Wizard and two Vipers. All three better than most 04 goalies.
She's playing for 05 Bandits in the EHF elite division (boys).
Looks like all the locals got tough draws at Naha next weekend, first look at the retooled Assabet team
Carl looking for one last title!
Eagle Breaker game loser will go winless,
Assabet could go 1-2 same for Wiz
Assabet gets shutout twice yesterday?
Eagles on their way to 0 for Vermont
NEGHL gets zero teams in the final 4 and 1 in the final 8
Assabet 3-2 splits with Mission, how do you allow 3 goals in 5 games and lose 2 of them ?
Wizards- 2-3 beat 2 stiffs, lost soundly to good teams
Islanders- 2-3 better showing than expected
Breakers 1-3-1 thankful the Eagles entered ( you go all the way to VT and play 3 games against your league?)
Eagles 0-4-1 going to be a long year
I would suggest to both of you that the tournament organizer thought the Neapean division was the easiest because that's where they put their own team
6 teams could have won this, congrats to Minnesota on the championship and a great win by Neapean over Stoney Creek
Agreed that no MA teams can compete at that level. MA hockey needs to look at MN to see what they are doing? MN was the best team. Faster, more aggressive than anyone else there. Granted it was an AllStar team, but not many of the MA top girls would make the MN team, in spite of what their parents think.
Not sure Little Caesar belongs on your list.