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MOHA (OR) - Mandatory Rep Tryouts Before Kids Can Play Elsewhere?

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 12:28 pm

Guest529 wrote:Oakville president doing a great job and improving hockey in Oakville

Spare us the BS. Verdon has done zero over the entire year except for continued my more of the same old same old. Nothing has improved at MOHA because nothing has changed. Still no non parent coaching rule in rep. Teams have. Or improved over last year. No official development plan. And the president is still a self appointed parent coach. Oh, and registrations keep falling in a city with a growing population.

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2006 Kingston AAA

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 10:04 am

Absolutely disgusted by player parents bashing the goalies. These are 10-year-old kids who carry 10x more responsibility than your little Johnny, who can pretend he had a "good" game just because he had an assist or a goal even though the team has lost. There are probably better goalies out there, but it's not cool to be so condescending toward someone whose job is to fix your son's lack of speed, poor positioning and no interest in back-checking.

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:25 pm

Who was victorious?

The lady collecting the money.

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Original 6 3on3 tournament

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 2:17 pm

There's nothing more my wife and I would rather do than watch our sons olay the game they love on family day or any other day. Just because you play a lot of hockey doesn't mean you think your going to the show. My sons love playing this types of tournaments. So ppl keep your comments to yourself and enjoy watching your child do whatever him or her enjoy doing

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2010 NYHL tier one

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 7:05 pm

Guest? wrote:
Guest wrote:Great finals in the Pro Hockey tournament. Great kids on both teams.

Great game. DDR very tired from a busy weekend of tournament hockey. Probably would've been a different outcome. Good game regardless.

Ya agreed...give it a rest. A couple of common themes keep following this group, drama and excuses. You lost twice today to the same team. Take your lumps quietly and move on to fight another day so to speak!

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Pro Hockey Development Group

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 3:58 pm

Wonder what PH wil do now after KFC incident during Sens game? How much longer can they turn a blind eye and let their name be ruined by this man.

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2004 Ottawa tier II 16/17

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 6:04 pm

Guest wrote:So the team that cheats and has the most belligerent parents gets their way. HEO is a disgrace!

Obviously the governing bodies didn't think they cheated, get over it sore loser. As far as belligerent parents, every team has them.

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by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 8:13 pm

Guest wrote:The fact that you morons are discussing a 3on 3 format hockey tournament and measuring these 8 year olds against each other makes you lame losers !!! why don't all you chest beaters wait and see if your little offspring actually make the show and then come back on here in ten years and pat each other on the back and sing kumbaya!!! until then shut the fu**k up and take your kid to the movies or park.

Two good teams played a good team and congratulating each other on a hard fought, fun battle. This is probably DC talking.

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 8:38 am

The only interesting match up will be the Vk vs Sens. All others teams that will advance will have finished ahead of the team they are playing against in the regular season.

TT will lose to TRW because they still aren't positional sound.
DMF will lose because they don't have the depth.
Nats will lose because they won't be able to compete against the snipers of JRC. Not disprespecting Nats though, if they had won against TT they would have likely beaten TRW. They are the true surprise of the season. For a team that everybody underrated, they had a great season and probably developed the most out of all the other teams.

Reps et al - no surprises from teams 9 thru 12. Those teams started off with a weak core hand selected by coaches who were out of their element. Then combined that with weak coaches with coaches kids that were also very weak , they were doomed before they even stepped on the ice. Plus, Being told that you weren't going to be able to coach again next year only two months into the season probably also added more weight to a team that was already sinking.

To the coaches who have kids on a AAA team that aren't truly a AAA caliber, let the experience of the Reps HC and Rebs Hc be a lesson. Both those kids and their daddy coaches are playing AA next year. You can only shelter the truth from yourselves and your kid for so long. Enjoy the ride for those that were able to muster another year. Next year will likely be your last. Then your kid will have to earn his time rather than being gifted it all year long.

Enjoy the playoffs.

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MOHA (OR) - Mandatory Rep Tryouts Before Kids Can Play Elsewhere?

by Guest » Mon Feb 20, 2017 9:54 am

No chance kids playing in GTHL already will be made to come back for tryouts. If any change is made it will be for tyke year (2010's) going forward. Too much chaos would rain down trying to implement something like this on kids who have played elsewhere for years. A grandfathering for the process is a no brainer.
And for the fool who implied that there is tampering in the G, look in the mirror pal, MOHA and the OMHA play the same game, except they don't sucure spots early on talent, it's on nepotism and for drinking buddies.