The girl was the best player but she seems like she lost interest. I feel bad for the mom she was talking about her going to play in the Olympics.
Time for girls hockey....non factor
Just goes to show you that being on an "elite" team doesn't make you an elite player. Northstars 05 AAA team could play in this league now and do a better job.
Keep telling yourself that.. . hahaha
Actually they have bud. Lost last year in JWK Elite finals to Providence Capitals 4-2 after being up 2-0! Played the Warrior tourney this year and lost in finals. So, there you go. All " Elites" are not elite players..
TG is def not an elite team. Watch a game the coach has not taught these kids anything about hockey.
We are talking about the EHF Elite division. Providence won the EHF title last year!! The team from Canada was pretty dam good, and a lot better than TG. Keep telling yourself your kid is an elite player. Haha..
top gun...more like bottom dung... hmmm maybe new jerseys?
Seriously who knocks 11/12 year olds like this?? Wouldn't you rather be losing to the best players in the country than winning every game in a lesser league? In every league someone is last and someone is first . Get a grip! you're grown men -stop bashing little kids. It's so sad
The original point was that one team could compete some of the EHF elite teams better than some current ones. You said no and I gave you an example of Northstars playing the EHF Elite champion at losing 4-2. But, you don't want to look at the facts. Instead you now say your kid is not on an elite team , but you have all this knowledge about the league and tournaments locally and nationally. So, I guess in your free time you travel to "elite " tournaments that your kid is not playing in and rank them??
You should not have teams losing 11-2 against each other at this level. Again, not all the kids on elite teams belong there.
We have been playing against this team for at least 3 years now. They have some skill each year. From an outsiders view team is very poorly coached. They run around like little kids chasing a soccer ball. I firmly believe by the time these kids hit this age it is time for the daddy coaches to step aside.