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This should be called the hockey Douche board, because it's full of them!
There are a lot of douchey people here. I mean seriously if you are living in FL and coming to MA every weekend for children's hockey you are douche. You CHOSE to live in FL, maybe find another sport for your kid. You all can sit here and say it's no one's business and what do we care...but that's what happens on this forum. You post things like this, people read it and think WTF. It's not normal people.
Definitely against the rules……
4.1 Player Registration Any person who meets the age requirements set forth by USA Hockey and is an amateur in good standing shall be entitled to register as a player in the EHF provided that the player is a resident of New England, New York and New Jersey. Players properly registered and meeting the following requirements will be deemed authentic:
a Resides in any of the 6 New England states, New York and New Jersey.
b Materially parti****tes (at least 1 practice per week) in all team activities including but not limited to regularly scheduled practices and EHF League games
c Receives a residency waiver from the B.O.D. while maintaining material parti****tion requirements.
d Full time EHF Elite players for all age divisions may not play for a nonmember club. Players may play for school teams and town-based programs on a non-interference basis with the approval of their EHF organization director. Half season teams are exempt.
Kids a great player and helps improve the quality of the League. You only get better if you play against better!
Not sure why everyone is salty on all this. I have a NJ license and consider NJ home. My sons go to school in NJ. We split time in MA and NJ almost 50/50. We play in the EHF. Is there a problem with that?
2014? You're worried about your 8yr old playing elite? You. Are. A. Fool.
sounds like a typical 2014 parent.