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Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Not a good source. Grew up durning a time, and in a place with no competitive girls hockey. If your only option for good competition is to play with boys, play with boys. With the growth of the girls sport, there are competitive teams in most markets. The game is far different on the girls side than it was even 10 years ago. Zero advantage to play boys at this point. Families who know don’t have their girls skating with the Neanderthals. (Boy and girl dad here, and honest enough to acknowledge that girls and boys are different, sorry libtards)

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Anon
Not a good source. Grew up durning a time, and in a place with no competitive girls hockey. If your only option for good competition is to play with boys, play with boys. With the growth of the girls sport, there are competitive teams in most markets. The game is far different on the girls side than it was even 10 years ago. Zero advantage to play boys at this point. Families who know don’t have their girls skating with the Neanderthals. (Boy and girl dad here, and honest enough to acknowledge that girls and boys are different, sorry libtards)
I thought it was a good source because if you really read it it's basically saying girls are better off playing with girls.

I mean I wonder how girls parents would feel if I marched my boy onto their team and took ice time away from them.. The double standard is sickening.

And you're right there are great girls programs out there that are much better for the girls development than mucking things up mixing them with the boys...after the age of 14 ..not before..IMO before is okay.. But once you get into the second year bantams onward then stick with the girls..

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Aanon
Anon
Not a good source. Grew up durning a time, and in a place with no competitive girls hockey. If your only option for good competition is to play with boys, play with boys. With the growth of the girls sport, there are competitive teams in most markets. The game is far different on the girls side than it was even 10 years ago. Zero advantage to play boys at this point. Families who know don’t have their girls skating with the Neanderthals. (Boy and girl dad here, and honest enough to acknowledge that girls and boys are different, sorry libtards)
I thought it was a good source because if you really read it it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s basically saying girls are better off playing with girls.

I mean I wonder how girls parents would feel if I marched my boy onto their team and took ice time away from them.. The double standard is sickening.

And you\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'re right there are great girls programs out there that are much better for the girls development than mucking things up mixing them with the boys...after the age of 14 ..not before..IMO before is okay.. But once you get into the second year bantams onward then stick with the girls..
If you are concerned about a girl taking your son’s spot on a team, he must be really bad in hockey and should find a lower level team. It is none of your business if someone else’s daughter chooses to play on a boy’s program. It is between the family and the hockey program.

I actually think you should support your son if he wants to play on a girl’s team and can fit in. It is just unfortunate that the girls programs are not progressive enough to allow it, but I think it will change eventually.

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

anon
Aanon
Anon
Not a good source. Grew up durning a time, and in a place with no competitive girls hockey. If your only option for good competition is to play with boys, play with boys. With the growth of the girls sport, there are competitive teams in most markets. The game is far different on the girls side than it was even 10 years ago. Zero advantage to play boys at this point. Families who know don’t have their girls skating with the Neanderthals. (Boy and girl dad here, and honest enough to acknowledge that girls and boys are different, sorry libtards)
I thought it was a good source because if you really read it it\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'s basically saying girls are better off playing with girls.

I mean I wonder how girls parents would feel if I marched my boy onto their team and took ice time away from them.. The double standard is sickening.

And you\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'re right there are great girls programs out there that are much better for the girls development than mucking things up mixing them with the boys...after the age of 14 ..not before..IMO before is okay.. But once you get into the second year bantams onward then stick with the girls..
If you are concerned about a girl taking your son’s spot on a team, he must be really bad in hockey and should find a lower level team. It is none of your business if someone else’s daughter chooses to play on a boy’s program. It is between the family and the hockey program.

I actually think you should support your son if he wants to play on a girl’s team and can fit in. It is just unfortunate that the girls programs are not progressive enough to allow it, but I think it will change eventually.
My son plays college hockey now.. It's old news ..obviously you can't follow a thread girls play the slowest hockey and they jam up the dynamic of the boys team at that age.. My son would not check a girl They couldn't run plays the way they needed to when he played with a girl It sucked.

get your girl the hell out of the boys program stop ruining hockey ... PC libs..

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

I help out on one of the u14 club teams We have an Amazon girl on our team. She's slow/lethargic she can't handle the puck or really shoot. But she intimidates some of the players with her size in her long hair..

Her parents think she's God's gift to hockey.. unfortunately she's already peaked. It's sad because its a waste of space as far as I'm concerned. She's not even close to elite other parents think it's politically correct to say she's good because if they criticized her and spoke the truth her parents would have a field day .. we have to be PC and pretend we like it. Next thing you know she's going to be playing on the Nauset boys team the way the world is headed

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

I know her!

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

This thread started out bad and amazingly has only gotten worse

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Your son may play college hockey, but intermural and club hockey don't count.

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Anon
Your son may play college hockey, but intermural and club hockey don't count.
Whatever Tell that to Jerry.
Enjoy you rec program noob.

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Annon
Anon
Your son may play college hockey, but intermural and club hockey don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t count.
Whatever Tell that to Jerry.
Enjoy you rec program noob.
No chance your kid plays for Jerry York at BC and every single person on this thread, whether they agree or disagree with your misogynistic viewpoint, knows you are full of crap.

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Anon
Annon
Anon
Your son may play college hockey, but intermural and club hockey don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t count.
Whatever Tell that to Jerry.
Enjoy you rec program noob.
No chance your kid plays for Jerry York at BC and every single person on this thread, whether they agree or disagree with your misogynistic viewpoint, knows you are full of crap.
Don't be jealous just cuz I knew how to get him there and you don't.

Take the advice or don't stick with your little wreck program prop Barbie up.

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

Anon
Annon
Anon
Your son may play college hockey, but intermural and club hockey don\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\'t count.
Whatever Tell that to Jerry.
Enjoy you rec program noob.
No chance your kid plays for Jerry York at BC and every single person on this thread, whether they agree or disagree with your misogynistic viewpoint, knows you are full of crap.
I always tell my boy to go into the corners hard on girls that are still playing with the boys at Bantam. I always tell him. You never know. You might get lucky and find the five hole. How about them apples?

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

What apples?

Re: Girls have no place in boys bantam hockey

There should be checking and no-checking leagues. It’s a pretty simple solution except then more boys would play the non-checking league and that would likely mean less spots for girls, who will want their own league again.

But at least having checking/non-checking would be more competitive and genderless which is what we all want right?

I personally have a son who just hadn’t grown yet. His skills are very high and he’s benefit from a more competitive league than playing on his town or bottom of the BHL team. It’s a shame having to go from top 2-3 in points on an EHF and E9 team to not playing “competitive” hockey because he simply hasn’t grown.

A non-checking league with better talent might be a great solution for players of any gender who want to develop and maintain skills.

What I find very ironic though is that the girls hockey world would absolutely never allow a boy to play on their teams. When it’s the other way, all hell breaks loose. Beside that, I don’t know many boys who wouldn’t bully another boy who plays for a girls team.

Again, the solution is really “hockey is for everyone”. Take out the gender. Checking or no-checking, and anyone can play whichever they want.