Same thing that has happened to all of New England hockey.... act accordingly !
I'm not sure what you are looking at. At the Elite Level, PHC is doing very well. One team is having a tough year so far, but the others are doing well.
Rhode Island has comparitivly fewer regestered hockey players than Mass or Conn.
the 06 division in RI is very strong....the problem is that it is strong with players that don't play for PHC or the Saints. If those programs can't keep the top talent in the state from moving to other programs, they will not be competetive.
That Saints are coming!:stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:
The 06 division in RI compared to MA and CT is very weak. Just looking at the 2 "elite" teams of the Saints and PHC there is maybe 2 kids between the 2 teams that I would consider to be good. Everyone else would be on a lower level team in MA or CT but because it is RI they get to be elite. Town,is well town we won't even go in to that.
Development is hot word around here. Parents feel like organizations are responsible for a kids development but I have felt kids and parents are responsible for development. Coaches in my mind are there to teach and manage the game and put the kids in situations that allow them to succeed. I suppose it all depends on what your definition of development is.
Have hockey parents finally had enough of MS?
Soon to be 0-11. Please spare us all these trips to Cranston.