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Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

No he cannot alternate anywhere

Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

anon
07 kid has been playing E9 and alternating Fed Elite for a few years and we decided to jump in to full time Fed Elite for next season. One issue - is there anywhere he can still alternate? Likes to be on the ice a ton, if nothing more than the practices. And yes, he plays other sports and has other interests, and no, he is not going to the NHL, but as a 10 year old he also doesn't have a ton of school work etc.
see if he can alternate with his E9 team. other than that. Town.

Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

Full time EHF players can not be alternates on any other team in any other league. The only exception is that they can play for their town/school team. Rules are on the EHF web site.

Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

EHF Elite kids are not allowed to play anywhere but their EHF Elite team or their town team. Any crossover to another "Elite or AAA" program is done at own risk. It is done at all age levels, just remove the stickers from your kid's helmet and get a plain hockey bag (no team insignia), use the back and side doors to the rinks, stay out of the stands, keep your mouth shut, and get your kid a tinted or white visor so his face is hard to see. Then deny, deny, deny. It's a lot of aggravation, just skate your kid in as many skills as you can if you want to get him more ice.

Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

Youngblood
EHF Elite kids are not allowed to play anywhere but their EHF Elite team or their town team. Any crossover to another "Elite or AAA" program is done at own risk. It is done at all age levels, just remove the stickers from your kid's helmet and get a plain hockey bag (no team insignia), use the back and side doors to the rinks, stay out of the stands, keep your mouth shut, and get your kid a tinted or white visor so his face is hard to see. Then deny, deny, deny. It's a lot of aggravation, just skate your kid in as many skills as you can if you want to get him more ice.
Just play for the Caps. They dont have actual teams just 47 alternates per age division. They still suck at all but 2 levels but hey. Seems to be working.

Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

5, 7, and 10 are all good that’s three levels

Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

He can play for his town or school.

Re: Where can EHF elite alternate?

EHF elite please.. it's like an alternate dimension. Much like Keano Reeves in the matrix.