My kid is an 05 played several years in the E9 and last year in the EHF. The only people hung up what league they play in are the parents. Prep school coaches do not care what league or what team your kid plays for. The three key factors are can he play, does he understand the game and how are his grades. Which ever league your kid is in have him keep working hard on skating and skills and more importantly have him do well in school. A's & B's, no C's and the rest will take care of itself.
See everyone this weekend!
Should be a good game and with it so early in the season it could go either way I suppose since new players joined both teams and lines will be under experiment and some kids are still getting into hockey shape. My prediction is 4-2 CAPs. Which both teams might be happy with.
Game over. Caps won 5-0.
Ok...lets hear the excuse, the "elite 9" champs get smoked by the EHF. JV vs Varsity....
Valley league is calling....think about playing Winchester or Quincy, maybe Framingham
so true, e9 saying the ehf won't play them, now they play and its not even close...its ok..it does mean anything, if you like your coach and he is developing your kid, that is all that really does matter, but stop the the talk of the ehf ducking the e9...thats just funny.
why is it when they actually play each other that you can't handle it. The e9 parents saying the ehf ducks the e9, then they play and blow them out....thats the best e9 team?? They would struggle with some of the tier 1 teams. Or maybe Reading town 1 team
Fed champs should beat the E9 champs - why is this even on the board, non-event.
Give the Jr. Rangers credit for playing the game without 2 of there better players, and their best player nursing a injury. They still played, and you did not hear any excuses, or complaints.
They played the GAME.