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Is hockey sense natural?

by Guest » Thu Oct 19, 2017 11:19 am

No, hockey sense is not innate. The 'five senses' are not sight, smell, taste, touch, and hockey.

Of course it can be developed.

Some people are born with better or worse eyesight, and predispositions toward better memory, pattern recognition, and things like that, but they still have to be developed and then applied to hockey.

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2017/2018 SCTA 2006

by Guest » Fri Oct 20, 2017 11:21 am

^^^ One of the 2 that will never be happy. And thinks his kid belongs in the G

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Thu Oct 19, 2017 6:58 am

Waking to all this news is insane. Who would have seen this coming? Great for REPS, NYR, and the whole loop. Keep us guessing kids!

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2004 KC AA

by Guest » Fri Oct 20, 2017 10:42 am

Guest wrote:I think playing in such a weak tournament to start the season has set us up for failure.
We are 4-8 since the tournament losing 7 straight games.

What is going on here?

And why does our coach look so much like the guy off of "honey I shrunk the kids" ?

***TROLL ALERT!!!!!!!!!***
A lot of red flags here troll.
Kids are great together, Coaches been great, Parents been great too.
Info your providing is off as well .... considering we've won 3 of our last 4 games
So I''m guessing a cut player Parent troll or another Kingston '04 team troll Parent. Go back to your own team pages and continue spitting your poison at each other there, we're doing just fine without you

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:09 am

Guest wrote:That’s 10 year old hockey for you at its finest. Won’t be the last of the upset wins this season. And yes these two wins are great for their respective teams, but they are upsets. Good job to both teams for the W.

I agree these were upsets but if you watch many of the games you would know it was coming. It started at the friendship tournament when the MM beat DM, SENS and a few other expected to be #1 in their division couldn't get of the round Robin. TTs early wins to then not get out of London first round. Rebs come back to beat SENS and TT and tying VK. JRC barely beating TRW and NAT'S. TM coming back in the 3rd for most of their games in the last few minutes. REPS beating DM the other night by a comfortable margin. If you have been paying attention this was going to happen. No one has blown out NYR or TRW like everyone thought during the summer. This should slow down the trash talking about the early lower seeded teams. It will be fun to watch.

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2009 NYHL player movement

by Guest » Fri Oct 20, 2017 7:55 am

Guest wrote:Why is it such a surprise that LM was was predicted here as soon as the announcement was made that he had the team.

What is clear is that LM should never have been awarded the team (TM at fault for this poor decision). If LM knew what he was doing, why did he put together such a substandard spring program, no response required.

He deserved to get fired, with the help of DDB parents or not.

NM did it with the Candlestick in The Conservatory at Etobicoke Canlan

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Thu Oct 19, 2017 7:02 am

The standings...though!!!!.....
MM in 4th
REPS in 5th
SENS in 9th

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Thu Oct 19, 2017 12:12 am

Guest wrote:Did the nats really lose to NYR????? What is happening tonight

Quite possible the G statatician got the shakes after seeing the TM score and miskeyed and then fainted or fainted then miskeyed...well you get the idea.

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Thu Oct 19, 2017 9:05 am

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NYR goalie stood on his head.

Goalies don’t have to stand on their head to beat NATS.
It was a good TEAM win

GNATS take more shots than any other team in the league. If only they'd learn to pass the puck

Nats didn't bring it. No quality shots whatsoever. No fire. No passing or skating. Just goes to show these development years can be surprising.

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Josh Ho-Sang wears #66 - Controversey!

by Guest » Fri Oct 20, 2017 3:19 pm

Guest wrote:Yes solid game -3.

He's in the NHL, you're on a message board. He wins.