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Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Anon
Anon
Anon
Anon
I know it’s already been covered. Refresh my memory.
The rules have \\\"Mysteriously\\\" disappeared from the FED website...which means there are none to enforce basically...Can\\\'t find them on the USPHL website either...:thinking_face: :thinking_face:
The Eagles and IHC already have 2 new FED kids for next year..each took kids from BSB/Jr Terriers and MMF/Bandits respectively....and they are the top 2 teams...
What birth years?
06E

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Anon
Anon
Anon
I know it’s already been covered. Refresh my memory.
The rules have \"Mysteriously\" disappeared from the FED website...which means there are none to enforce basically...Can\'t find them on the USPHL website either...:thinking_face: :thinking_face:
The Eagles and IHC already have 2 new FED kids for next year..each took kids from BSB/Jr Terriers and MMF/Bandits respectively....and they are the top 2 teams...
Best Coaches, Best Teams (2), Best Rules.

Hahaha Give me another $50. Hahahaha

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Here are the rules as of 1.15.2018. I'm "assuming" they're the same, but who knows.

Teams with a Regular Season win % of .800 or higher may roster two (2) players whom played in the league the prior season with another EHF organization and not more than one (1) can come from the same organization.
- Teams with a Regular Season win % between .400 - .799 may roster three (3) players whom played in the league the prior season with another EHF organization and not more than one (1) can come from the same organization.
- Teams with a Regular Season win % of .399 or lower may roster four (4) players whom played in the league the prior season with another EHF organization and not more than one (1) can come from the same organization.
- At no point can any organization take more than 3 players (Directly orIndirectly) from any one Elite EHF team, Mite Minor thru Bantam Minor.
• Example; Player A plays for Team Red’s Mite Minor team (2010 Birth year) in the year 2017-18. The following season (2018-19) Player A moves to Team Blue’s Mite Major team. That will count as 1 player for Team Blue.
• Player B who is playing Mite Major for team Red in (2018-19) leaves at the End of the Season to go and play for team Blue for the (2019-20) season; that will be Team Blue’s 2nd player.
• Under this example Team Blue will be allowed only one more player from the (2010) Team Red until the conclusion of that age groups Bantam Minor season.
• Additionally if a 2010 player from Team Red goes to Team White (regardless if Team White resides in the EHF) for one season then tries to join Team Blue; Team Blue will still be subject to the 3 player restriction from Team Red. This is an example of indirect movement
- Player registration restrictions do not apply to Midgets or Bantam Majors.
- Restrictions also do not apply to legitimately cut players (which must be confirmed in writing by the old team’s director prior to the player registering with the new team), or to the prior seasons alternate players. They also do not apply to Elite teams signing prior season Tier I players from another organization. The above restrictions due apply to rostering Tier I players at t he Tier I level that played on another organization’s Tier I teams the prior season.
- In any given season, if an Organization's Elite team registers two (2) or more players from another Organization's Tier I Team, the Tier I team from the aforementioned Elite organization is no longer eligible to receive players from the Tier I team who lost said players. There is no cap on the number of players an Organizations Elite team can register from another organizations Tier 1 team.

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Forgot about the IHC clause! "We will take whoever we want, whenever we want so suck it"

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Anon
Forgot about the IHC clause! "We will take whoever we want, whenever we want so suck it"
Dick...:nose:

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Anon
Here are the rules as of 1.15.2018. I\'m \"assuming\" they\'re the same, but who knows.

Teams with a Regular Season win % of .800 or higher may roster two (2) players whom played in the league the prior season with another EHF organization and not more than one (1) can come from the same organization.
- Teams with a Regular Season win % between .400 - .799 may roster three (3) players whom played in the league the prior season with another EHF organization and not more than one (1) can come from the same organization.
- Teams with a Regular Season win % of .399 or lower may roster four (4) players whom played in the league the prior season with another EHF organization and not more than one (1) can come from the same organization.
- At no point can any organization take more than 3 players (Directly orIndirectly) from any one Elite EHF team, Mite Minor thru Bantam Minor.
• Example; Player A plays for Team Red’s Mite Minor team (2010 Birth year) in the year 2017-18. The following season (2018-19) Player A moves to Team Blue’s Mite Major team. That will count as 1 player for Team Blue.
• Player B who is playing Mite Major for team Red in (2018-19) leaves at the End of the Season to go and play for team Blue for the (2019-20) season; that will be Team Blue’s 2nd player.
• Under this example Team Blue will be allowed only one more player from the (2010) Team Red until the conclusion of that age groups Bantam Minor season.
• Additionally if a 2010 player from Team Red goes to Team White (regardless if Team White resides in the EHF) for one season then tries to join Team Blue; Team Blue will still be subject to the 3 player restriction from Team Red. This is an example of indirect movement
- Player registration restrictions do not apply to Midgets or Bantam Majors.
- Restrictions also do not apply to legitimately cut players (which must be confirmed in writing by the old team’s director prior to the player registering with the new team), or to the prior seasons alternate players. They also do not apply to Elite teams signing prior season Tier I players from another organization. The above restrictions due apply to rostering Tier I players at t he Tier I level that played on another organization’s Tier I teams the prior season.
- In any given season, if an Organization\'s Elite team registers two (2) or more players from another Organization\'s Tier I Team, the Tier I team from the aforementioned Elite organization is no longer eligible to receive players from the Tier I team who lost said players. There is no cap on the number of players an Organizations Elite team can register from another organizations Tier 1 team.
Old rules and not correct. It is 1 player from any other EHF team and 2 overall from EHF. That is for elite or tier 1 to tier 1. Any amount from tier 1 to elite.

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Why are the rules not available to parents or organizations, it’s a joke. Just makes you think people in charge are either manipulating the rules to their advantage or just flat out lazy.

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Player movement and tampering rules were provided to the organizations and forwarded to the coaches.

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Anon
Why are the rules not available to parents or organizations, it’s a joke. Just makes you think people in charge are either manipulating the rules to their advantage or just flat out lazy.
What do the parents need the insider info for? Your either asked or your not, that's it.

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

As parents we sign “contracts” and are given no real info as to what we are signing. These contracts are treated as real contracts correct. As parents I should either be givin a rule book or be able to look online to check a rule no matter what the rule pertains to.

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Anon
As parents we sign “contracts” and are given no real info as to what we are signing. These contracts are treated as real contracts correct. As parents I should either be givin a rule book or be able to look online to check a rule no matter what the rule pertains to.
As a parent you do not have to sign anything. If you don't sign, the next parent will...

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

Anon
As parents we sign “contracts” and are given no real info as to what we are signing. These contracts are treated as real contracts correct. As parents I should either be givin a rule book or be able to look online to check a rule no matter what the rule pertains to.
Whatchoo talking about Willis? What youth hockey rules do you need to know? We sign, they make $hit up, we pay. That's it, worry about putting your child in the best situation to have fun, make friends and develop. Don't get butt hurt at who goes where, nobody told me, why not us, keep your own secrets and find an outside source( skating, skills, off ice plyometric training or synthetic shooting) for your child.

Re: How many players can a top fed team steal from other fed teams

It is about being ask and parents wanting to feel special, especially at 06 where there really is nothing at stake for the team’s at bantam minor (2006). Is anyone moving to Isles or BJE going to make a difference? Are kids going to be more challenged? But good luck to all. None of this will matter as much as the next stage of growth and devopment at 14-15 years old.