From what I hear, their coaches like to pull pranks on their players that could possibly cause an injury.
Pssssst, 'good families' don't leave mid season.
I've been around a looooong time and this is the first time I've heard such silliness. Are you a millennial:ice_hockey_stick_and_puck: ?
Hey Fat Cat please take the Blue Chips Selects handkerchief out of your azz and back in you mouth.
Yes it taste and smells the same... CRAP!
No one cares about the Capitals program. All good players flee RI to other nearby MA Fed teams. They can’t keep the locals.
Best 06E players will be on the move Im sure...Heading to nearby SSKs seems logical choice.
I thought the whiny 03 parents left last year?
In all seriousness, loved the Crying Game, especially the last scene!
With multiple boys playing at different levels for many years, I have learned that there are many, many awful parents with no integrity, no spine and no loyalty. It's amazing to me what parents will say and do to make their child look better, including pick on other kids, and leave a good team for seemingly greener pastures. Every organization and every team has problems. The problems just may be different, and even less tolerable than the ones on your current team. It's sad and short sighted. Most parents want "it" more than the kids do.
and here lies the issue with parents today.
what happened to the days of youth sports being a place where you can teach your kids life lessons. For example; how to be motivated, responsible, and committed to something bigger than yourself?
I have seen it myself and it is a sad reality of what the next wave of this great nations work force will look like. The idea of parents leaving a commitment for greener pastures is the root of societies issues with millennial's. and we wonder why kids always walk around with an air of entitlement today?
Now, instead, teach your kid the proper life lessons and they will be miles ahead of the rest of these spoiled thumb suckers when it is time for them to be productive members of society.