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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 8:50 am

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Guest wrote:Interesting how DMF only up 1-0 at end of second period against NYR. 2 of their 3 goals short handed (Doh). Hmmmm. Close game other than score.


And let the responses begin.......


There should be no response. The better team won as happens in most games. There was no upset. It is was likely a bit closer than expected but, the end result was no surprise. We should just all wish each other luck and stop wasting our time putting down each other's team/children.


Agree. Except for the kid with the anger issues. Someone needs to solve that problem.

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2008 NYHL Tier 1

by Guest » Thu Jan 19, 2017 3:37 am

Such a disappointing site. I'm assuming most of the posts on here come from parents. I hope you realize that your children watch and observe your words and actions until they become you. I watched a parent on TH over the weekend say "karma's a b$tch" when a GP kid fell after being hit. The poor kid was crying and a parent felt revenge had been had because GP upset TH a few days prior? What a shame this person is allowed to be a parent.
I watched kids hold their hands back at the Preston tourney and walk away instead of shaking the hands of the winning team. Can you imagine the backlash that would happen if this happened in the NHL yet 8 year old kids have already learned this behavior is acceptable? Didn't you sign up your kids for hockey to learn teamwork, sportsmanship and discipline?
I hope you all take a moment to get a grip and remember these are 8 year olds. Try for a moment to show some respect in the hope that your child may one day have some as well.

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Lakeshore 03A

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:00 pm

So what really happened? This is just crazy! You can't blame it on no hockey over Christmas. Good teams find a way to get it done, and you had over 2 weeks to snap out of it. As long as I can remember being involved with the 2003's, a #7 seed has never taken out a #2, not to mention a sweep.

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2006 GTHL AA East Teams

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:31 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
scout wrote:Back to AA after spending time with AAA teams over past few weeks. From what we see, the GPR AA and YM AA teams are full. Likely mid pack next season once again. The WH and NYK AA teams are almost full, really searching for 1-3 players on each of those teams. NYK and WH very likely top 3 teams next season. TS AA picking up some old NT AA players so should be stronger. To what extent time will tell. MI AA falling apart, not likely a strong contender next season. TA AA has fallen apart and is in process of rebuild. New coach trying very hard and deserves credit. LF AA mixed bag of tricks. Not banking on anything at this point. SYB nothing to be said as next season is a no go apparently. NT AA lots of comments to date - see prior comments - new team next year - anyone's guess at this point although it is very likely they won't disappoint.

I think this is a very accurate breakdown. NT will fill up with their single A program.


Agreed! Both NT and TA are rebuild for sure. NT will have 3 of their current AA players stay with the team and as for TA not sure how many of the current AA players are staying. WH and NYK will likely be 1-2 next year. As for GPR...unless their Ds changes they will remain middle of the pack. As for YM, not sure what's going on with them.

GPR needs a coaching change! They have asked him to step down but he refused. Little sally could stay maybe.....3rd line

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2008 NYHL Tier 1

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:56 am

Guest wrote:MM will have a strong 2008 MA AAA team. AS is an amazing coach, played in the NHL and understands what it takes to win. We attended his Xmas camp and it was first class. Worth contacting him.


If AS had any work ethic he would still be in the league ask around nice guy with Massive talent that never reached his potential he should still be playing and can't motivate himself somehow he will push your little Johnny to the next level though Get serious MM 2008 program is all about brining in those training dollars to pay the bills and appeals to allow hanging fruit and training junkies who think more hours of circling pylons and skills training equates to better hockey players see who is committed to playing MM and judge for yourself best of luck just come with cash in hand and more under the mattress

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2008 NYHL Tier 1

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 4:38 pm

Guest wrote:Who is the goon? Kid who came from TH?


The cheap artist goon is still on TH.

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Lakeshore 03A

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:49 pm

Hahaha good job WB. Another year, another playoff choke :D

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2008 NYHL Tier 1

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 11:32 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:MM will have a strong 2008 MA AAA team. AS is an amazing coach, played in the NHL and understands what it takes to win. We attended his Xmas camp and it was first class. Worth contacting him.


If AS had any work ethic he would still be in the league ask around nice guy with Massive talent that never reached his potential he should still be playing and can't motivate himself somehow he will push your little Johnny to the next level though Get serious MM 2008 program is all about brining in those training dollars to pay the bills and appeals to allow hanging fruit and training junkies who think more hours of circling pylons and skills training equates to better hockey players see who is committed to playing MM and judge for yourself best of luck just come with cash in hand and more under the mattress



Someone knows what they are talking about. AS is a nice guy but the above statement is 100% bang on true. Sorry AS no disrespect.

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2006 GTHL AA WEST

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 9:06 am

Guest wrote:BM and his crew blamed those that they cut early for all the early tourney, season losses. Players then got better as the season got longer.


And typical coaches responses for cutting players they shouldn't - "Parent's cut"

This year's ST goalie will have success on another team next year too....

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2008 NYHL Tier 1

by Guest » Wed Jan 18, 2017 1:49 pm

Good old "keyboard warriors" feel the need to hide behind the security of their computer screen and post generally unnecessary negative rubbish when they would never say such things to someone’s face. Seriously, grow a set, and next time you have an issue with someone, do yourself a favor and say it to their face...or stop trash talking.