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2005 lakeshore predictions for 18/19 season

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:43 am

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Guest wrote:Whitby has taken a step back and things will level out this year.


They might not go undefeated but there is no way they have taken a step back. What they have gained in players this season far outways what they have lost. There is an equal balance of talent and nobody is playing above there level


Not a team that doesn’t have 1 or 2 players playing above a level they should be. Whoever says there are none is usually a parent of one of those players.

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GTHL 2005 AAA

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:11 am

Whose top. Whose not.

1. JRC - DD knows how to recruit. He solidified his back end with a smart and skilled D-man from DMFs, got one of the top goalies in the league, and secured one of the best two-way players from OR.
2. TM - RP did his homework before taking over. Overhauled the forward position with some top talent and secured the top goalie in the league. Only question is whether new D-men wean make an impact.
3. Reps - Core stayed. Have two of the strongest forwards in the league and Defensive game is solid. However, overplaying two studs may hurt them.
4. MM - KC has done it again. Pried CT from EOW. Secured CH from Barrie and added more size with AA kid and Kitchener kid. Their offence will make up for their defensive liabilities.
5. VK - Most improved back end with the additions of AW from Sens and WB from Niagara. Have deep bench were each offensive line can contribute. Only issue - their undisciplined play.
6. TT - team has certainly added speed with addition of CB from Rebs. D continues to improve with Brampton addition. Team still small and soft.
7. Nats - have arguably the best D in the league. New coach will help the team. Even though they lost a few players, still have a lot of skill. Offence will be lead by JH.
8. NYR - team is big, strong and hard working. Will not be a pushover. Upgraded their goaltending with OR goalie.
9. Rebels - not the same team as last year. Secured VK cast offs. Defensive side of the game will be their achillles heel.
10. DMFs - lost two of their best D and a few forwards. Not sure if team has what it takes to compete for final playoff spot.
11. TRW - New coach, new team. Kids are big, but slow. Goaltending may be an issue and team has no offensive depth.
12. Sens. Lost some pretty impactful players and replaced them with REbels castoffs. Team looks small and weak. Will have a very hard time competing at this level.

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Ottawa AA 04 2017/18

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 2:15 pm

Cyclones extended tryouts by two day for imports. I guess Kings will have majority back.

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2005 lakeshore predictions for 18/19 season

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 11:26 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Whitby has taken a step back and things will level out this year.


They might not go undefeated but there is no way they have taken a step back. What they have gained in players this season far outways what they have lost. There is an equal balance of talent and nobody is playing above there level


Not a team that doesn’t have 1 or 2 players playing above a level they should be. Whoever says there are none is usually a parent of one of those players.


5 players came down from AAA, 3 players making the move up to AA and the remaining AA players have always played AA or had a year or 2 in AAA. Lots of changes this year. Should be a strong team


WW lost their top goalie who’s made that team look better than they were for years. Lost their top defenceman and their only two point shots. They lost two of their top scorers at forward and lost all their biggest and most physical players heading into a year of contact.

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2006 king of the rings

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 5:29 pm

The owner of NHP was director of recruiting and scouting for Pro Hockey. He was there for a while. Won The Show with the 06s before The Show became 2 different tournaments. Absolutely fantastic coach and hopefully he will ask my son to play on his team again. The kids and parents love him and all of his teams compete against anyone and he has only been on his own for 1 Spring. I believe he is also involved with The Orr Group player agency.
The Instagram account @national.hockey.prospects.nhp shows he has teams for every Spring tournament in North America and Europe.

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VK 2005 aaa

by Guest » Tue Aug 14, 2018 8:01 am

RP a great guy good on him to leave from all the egos and dirty hits

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Ottawa AAA 04

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:24 pm

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Guest wrote:When did the Cyclones extend their tryout until Tuesday? Good move... can get all the final weekend cuts on the roster that way.


Dont' blame them one bit for making the change. It not only will benefit there team potentially overall with a better chance at last release inport from another team , it also allows a better player play at AAA.

Does this mean Cyclones coach plans on changing his philosophy in his letters and conversations with players that it's not just about fun? Has the organization realized they should be competitive and not just a team in the league for show?


HA! that is EXACTLY what the extension means. Coaches stated philosophy has been thrown out the window. Team will be > 50% imports and still won't be competitive.


Only a few spots open on Cyclones from last season and they will be replaced with imports. Great move by organization and coach to try to better themselves.

Unfortunatly means AA kids will be drawn through all tryouts and released late or on last session. They have no choice as AA group is not strong.

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2005 SCTA 2018/2019

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:31 pm

Riding the 5-8 players all of the time whilst benching the remainder spells mid pack. Lousy communicator, best friends kids play. Newbies are about to experience arrogance and ego. Have fun with that!

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2003 G AAA changes and openings

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 12:53 pm

Did the Dmfs player get exceptional status for next year?

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Ottawa AAA 04

by Guest » Mon Aug 13, 2018 6:39 pm

It's amazing how much of this goes on as well as buying letters for there kids.