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Re: EHF Championship Weekend

E9 champs in all age divisions would crush the EHF Elite champs! Seriously!

Re: EHF Championship Weekend

Anon
anon
E9 is still the better of the two leagues. Enjoy the JV championships.
Not this debate again. But no one can deny is that the EHF round-robin then championship weekend is the much better playoff format than the E9; more fun for the kids hands down.

Agree EHF format is better. And NESC a superior venue for the final weekend. But props to E9 for improving the OT rules for the tournament this year.

Re: EHF Championship Weekend

anon
E9 is still the better of the two leagues. Enjoy the JV championships.


what's the e9?

Re: EHF Championship Weekend

anon
anon
E9 is still the better of the two leagues. Enjoy the JV championships.


what's the e9?


Bingo term

The NESC will be electric this weekend as the best youth hockey league in New England will crown it's Champions.

Re: EHF Championship Weekend

anon
anon
anon
E9 is still the better of the two leagues. Enjoy the JV championships.


what's the e9?


Bingo term

The NESC will be electric this weekend as the best youth hockey league in New England will crown it's Champions.
And then you have these posts. Give it a rest.

Re: EHF Championship Weekend

anon
E9 is still the better of the two leagues. Enjoy the JV championships.


i know that it was trolling, but no one really believes the E9 is better, can some teams compete, sure.
thats why the majority of top "E9" players leave year after year for the EHF. Don't hear of the best players in the EHF going to an E9 team ever. Stop hitting the St. Paddys day festivities so early.

Re: EHF Championship Weekend

Great post. Nice to see something good on here for a change.

Re: EHF Championship Weekend

Keep It Real
Good luck to all with kids playing this weekend, as a another terrific EHF season winds down. Nothing is perfect, but the EHF runs a terrific league overall. Who can complain about getting a game schedule in August and having it play out almost exactly to plan? This is outstanding scheduling work. And for everyone who likes to complain, the most important thing is that the kids, for the most part, are having fun and enjoying the brief time they will spend in youth hockey without really having a worry in the world. They get to experience youth hockey at its' best. Maybe only 1% make it to pro, but 100% get the thrill of being on a team, playing a game they love, having cool uni's, skating five days per week, working together to get better, making friends, and maybe playing in a travel tourney. Most of all, the players and their teammates and opponents provide a lot of good entertainment for all of us parents to enjoy, whether or not we see our little benders or superstars for what they really are. The kid are not going to remember their team records or games scores, but they will remember the overall experiences, win or lose. They will remember a championship or a near miss if the team is successful, and if they are are on a losing team they'll find good things to remember, even if it's just "hey, we stunk - but it was fun anyways."

Blame the Daddy coach!