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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 8:32 pm

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Guest wrote:TT guilty of throwing out 2 or 3 kids after being down and telling them to score goals at any cost. Worked wonders at novice but if a team don't pass to each other today, it's called AA hockey. New paid staff coming in next year will straighten it out.


That is bad hockey on good AA teams too. Puck movement is imperative.


That's not bad hockey 10-3 JRC beats Sens, now that's bad hockey!


The best (and Brick championship winning) goalie in the birth year would never be beaten for 10 goals against anyone! I call #FakeNews on that one.

The #FakeNews is calling him the best goalie in the birth year. Playing in a system designed to protect and make him look better then he really is.
you mean like playing on JRC

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Mon Dec 18, 2017 7:10 am

Guest wrote:One goalie got torched for 10 today. Two questions: 1) why was he not pulled after 5 in the first? It’s called mercy. 2) why are people taking shots at the JRC goalie? He won and played fine.



Goalie dad would never allow his son to be pulled even when he should.

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Top 2009 kids

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 8:48 pm

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Guest wrote:CL playing 2008 was at the 2009 TBD skate. The kid
Needs to really work on his skating. He truly didn’t
Look like a top 2009 player at that skate. That’s the truth
If you were there watching



Okay so if you were in fact there you would notice that he did very well. I am also assuming that your kid did not make the team judging from the jelousy you are spouting off. He is on the team and will be a huge impact on it. Make sure your son comes and cheers him on during the elite tourneys so he can see what it is like to be top of his age group.

Lol settle down dad.

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 11:37 pm

One goalie got torched for 10 today. Two questions: 1) why was he not pulled after 5 in the first? It’s called mercy. 2) why are people taking shots at the JRC goalie? He won and played fine.

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2008 AAA GTHL

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 9:36 am

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Guest wrote:VK missing one of their top kids the other one suspended is an average player, might have even helped them.


VK didn't need any help, they won....... Until next time



Yes they won without your kid SV

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Mon Dec 18, 2017 10:27 am

Guest wrote:The goalie is clearly number one. Posts to the contrary are from other jealous parents and one NHLMOM in particular.
CM targeted this kid for his brick team and JRC back in Novice and every year since. There is only one reason he is not there now, and that's because the dad keeps saying no. Goalie parents with the 'can't beat 'em, join 'em' attitude are in it for themselves and their own ego, and not to see that their kids have balance and develop.

Here is what I know for sure, and no I am not the dad. When dad decides to move this kid to a contender, and that day will come, he will have his pick as the starter on any of the teams...including and especially JRC.


100% arrogance. Dreaming if you think ALL the other 2007 goalies are frozen in rink ice.

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 10:20 pm

Guest wrote:That’s what happens when you play a team that has just had an embarrassing loss...they come fast and furious and make a statement


Was the JRC bench extra-short for this one? Score seems to say so.

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2007 Oakville Rangers AA/A

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 2:53 pm

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Guest wrote:Is it True that AAA players can refuse their card and play AA? This is what I'm hearing


Not true. Won’t be allowed. My older boy had a parent on their team who tried this. If you are offered a card at AAA and you refuse it, your kid sits out the year. I also have been told that the association is the ones who make the decisions on the releasing of kids, even if the coaches want to release the kids the association doesn’t have to release the kids, which means if you want one it’s not likely going to happen. Just passing information along here.


That's unfortunate for that player. As someone previously stated, the "old" pre-LOR rules prevented this. Now, with the LOR rules, an organization cannot force a player to play on a team. from the OMHA rules FAQ:

http://www.ohf.on.ca/files/uploaded_documents/3676/2017-03-22_LOR_FAQ_and_Player_Scenarios.pdf

12. If an OMHA Player only wants to attend A tryouts, do they require a release from their
residential teams at the AAA and AA level?


No, Players need only attend tryouts for the level which they wish to participate at.

13. What if I am offered a roster position with my residential team that I do not want to accept?

If you choose to not accept the offered roster position, you will not be entitled to a release for
that category. You will be eligible to restart the tryout process at a lower category (ie – position
offered at AAA, player is eligible to tryout at AA with their OMHA residential centre.)


The LOR was not supposed to be a "bullying" tactic. Unfortunately, the ORHC and it's current president like to use it as such and provide threats of "having a child sit out a year". Sad, but empty threat none-the-less.

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2007 AAA season

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:42 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:TT guilty of throwing out 2 or 3 kids after being down and telling them to score goals at any cost. Worked wonders at novice but if a team don't pass to each other today, it's called AA hockey. New paid staff coming in next year will straighten it out.


That is bad hockey on good AA teams too. Puck movement is imperative.


That's not bad hockey 10-3 JRC beats Sens, now that's bad hockey!


The best (and Brick championship winning) goalie in the birth year would never be beaten for 10 goals against anyone! I call #FakeNews on that one.

The #FakeNews is calling him the best goalie in the birth year. Playing in a system designed to protect and make him look better then he really is.

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Top 2009 kids

by Guest » Sun Dec 17, 2017 8:18 pm

I will come out for sure. He isn’t the top 2009 just because he is playing 2008.