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Brick for ON teams

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 11:30 pm

The reality is the first lines for both teams have already been chosen & guaranteed spots.
If your kid wouldn't be a first line player-& you all know who the first liners are- then your kid will be spending lots of time on the bench.
Some parents are fine with that & just want to be able to say their kid played at the Brick.
If you're not one of those parents, don't waste your time or money pursuing it.
Your kid will only care about the Brick if you choose to chase it.

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2005 AA GTHL East

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 4:31 pm

Guest wrote:Guy shouldn't be coaching at this level. Parents that expose their 12 year old kids to this environment have a screw loose.


You know who shouldn't be exposed to 12 yr olds? All you nut jobs posting on this website about other people's kids and other people's business!

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B45 aaa 2005

by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:04 am

^^^^^Typical parent cut comment^^^^^

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 12:38 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:TRW still looking for players? Serious question


Can a AAA team fold? Or are they given some sort of exemption for the year?


If I only had a pair of deuces I'd fold.
All the aces are at JRC & TM
Anybody know where the jokers might be? ;)

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2003 KC AA

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 7:16 am

You can complain about goalies all you want!! Weakest player hasn't changed ! We just added a few more small and scared forwards. That will hurt the team far more than any other factor!

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2009 NYHL player movement

by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 11:48 am

Guest wrote:They played in the AAA division because they cannot compete in the AAA elite
AAA division is equivalent to tier 2


Honestly there shouldn't be any judgement based on what tier a kid plays, however I don't believe in switching tiers back and forth just to claim a victory. What message is that sending to the kids? Before long, if not already, kids will realize the difference in divisions and calibre and will come to know that they were entered in a lower division than the rest of their loop. Good luck explaining that
On the flip side, if tier 2/spring AAA is where you feel most competitive and victorious then you should stay there for winter also. No need in registering for tier 1 for an entire winter season if you didn't feel confident about lasting the 6 weeks of spring

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2003 KC AA

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 7:31 am

I think the only people complaining about goalies are the people that were cut!

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Referee accountability in minor hockey

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 5:04 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:^Exactly! 12:04 could learn a thing or two from you. Instead he's the ref that wants to shout everyone down to prove how much powere he thinks he has.


Only as a response to the people yelling like idiots over nothing at all - mostly ignorant parents who want to control everything about the game including my calls.

Here's the thing, no one constantly screams at good officiating. So maybe you should take the hint.

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 8:14 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:Next year is going to be a very competitive year in the GTHL.
JRC may have chemistry problems post Brick
Some people think TM is vulnerable
SENS/TT/DMF all improved
VK still can compete but will be behind teams listed above
NATS will still be a good skating team but may struggle to score without their YSE kid



1 JRC - "Chemistry problems"? The core has been together for 6 winter and springs, Team chemistry is what's giving PHBrick am edge going to Edmonton and CM very quick to shorten bench if player not performing so JRC still team to beat.

2 TM will be cemented into #2. Incoming players are solid replacements for outgoing, goaltending better then rest of league not named Sens or JRC.

3/4 Sens goaltending and chemistry gives them edge

3/4 DMF Majer improvements on ice and on the bench will challenge for 3rd.

5 VK - coming in at par with going out and say what you want about MP, he's still better then coaches below except maybe SR.

6 Nats made Improvements to team and SR will have them playing well, improve to their 8th place finish from previous year

7/8 TT still has to show they can consistently play and skate with top teams and have not shown that at all. Coaching could be issue here as players seem talented enough.

7/9 Rebels will battle with TT for last two playoff spots.


The best non-Sen goalies are not on TM. Bank on it.
(And certainly not on JRC)

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2009 NYHL player movement

by Guest » Wed Jun 21, 2017 2:12 pm

They played in the AAA division because they cannot compete in the AAA elite
AAA division is equivalent to tier 2