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Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:35 pm

Guest wrote:All this pompous arrogance from a team that can't even get enough players for next season. It's no wonder people laughed at your offers. Good luck


We are all taking note of your AMAZING tact and AAA professionalism. You probably should be concerned others are too.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 5:59 pm

Guest wrote:All this pompous arrogance from a team that can't even get enough players for next season. It's no wonder people laughed at your offers. Good luck


I don't know who actually cares about the trials and tribulations of HVS but I beg you to not stop writing as this is all quite entertaining.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 5:42 pm

All this pompous arrogance from a team that can't even get enough players for next season. It's no wonder people laughed at your offers. Good luck

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 3:26 pm

[/quote] Tact and professionalism goes a long way in this industry, take notes and learn.
Calling out players that were in a higher calibre division just makes you look like jealous fools.[/quote]

I think we've heard from you before. Once again: LOL. What a meaningful and well thought statement. A pure demonstration of intelligence. Pls continue to take good care of the amazing brain you have.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 3:17 pm

Guest wrote:Tact and professionalism goes a long way in this industry, take notes and learn.
Calling out players that were in a higher calibre division just makes you look like jealous fools.



oh dear, please never give out advice on tact, or professionalism, ever again.[/quote]
We expect nothing less from a team that insults other children's calibre. No one truly cares what you think.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 2:18 pm

Guest wrote:Stop beating a dead horse. Nobody's buying your bullshit amateur theories you've made up to comfort yourself.
Word it which ever way you want. Is this better? Instead of entire teams let's say it this way " the HVS players were the only tier 1 players from our loop who didn't enter the Elite division". All of your winter opponents were playing in the Elite division on assorted team yes but Elite division nonetheless.
Also notice that none of us called you out on it, asked why you didn't or insulted you on it. Unlike the derogatory juvenile comment about our kids being fillers. Tact and professionalism goes a long way in this industry, take notes and learn.
Calling out players that were in a higher calibre division just makes you look like jealous fools.


I am not the one who made the "fillers" comment but i think you guys are all missing the point. The Elite division was a bunch of all - star teams and not representative of what actually happens in Winter. To call HVS a tier 2 team is unfair! Duffield Silver also played in the AAA division in the Bauer shootout...are they a tier 2 team? they beat HVS 9-7 in that tourney!

Elite AAA had all amazing players - no doubt! but they are not representative of what occurs in the winter![/quote]

Valid and objective argument.
Now hopefully your parent who enjoys insulting other kids can get some help. It doesn't do wonders for your reputation

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 2:15 pm

Tact and professionalism goes a long way in this industry, take notes and learn.
Calling out players that were in a higher calibre division just makes you look like jealous fools.[/quote]


oh dear, please never give out advice on tact, or professionalism, ever again.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 1:56 pm

Stop beating a dead horse. Nobody's buying your bullshit amateur theories you've made up to comfort yourself.
Word it which ever way you want. Is this better? Instead of entire teams let's say it this way " the HVS players were the only tier 1 players from our loop who didn't enter the Elite division". All of your winter opponents were playing in the Elite division on assorted team yes but Elite division nonetheless.
Also notice that none of us called you out on it, asked why you didn't or insulted you on it. Unlike the derogatory juvenile comment about our kids being fillers. Tact and professionalism goes a long way in this industry, take notes and learn.
Calling out players that were in a higher calibre division just makes you look like jealous fools.[/quote]

I am not the one who made the "fillers" comment but i think you guys are all missing the point. The Elite division was a bunch of all - star teams and not representative of what actually happens in Winter. To call HVS a tier 2 team is unfair! Duffield Silver also played in the AAA division in the Bauer shootout...are they a tier 2 team? they beat HVS 9-7 in that tourney!

Elite AAA had all amazing players - no doubt! but they are not representative of what occurs in the winter!

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 1:51 pm

Guest wrote:From what I saw the only "winter" Teir one NYHL team HVS played was in Spring was DDS in Pro Hockey and they got beat, and didn't even make it to the playoffs in that tournament...they are Tier 2 at best...Tier 1 will be very competitive with probably 3-4 teams that will be in the mix at the end of the season....JMO


so i guess the other 6 teams should just give up and move to tier 2.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:14 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:So HVS will be a middle to weaker T1 team, or a good T2 team.

Which route will they choose?

They're better off in tier 2 after all the enemies they just made by calling our tier 1 elite AAA kids " FILLERS"!
Only an inexperienced newbie parent would make such an idiotic comment.
Regardless even when playing against our " FiLLERS" last year, you finished last.


For the record - what Winter teams played in the ELITE division?


None

Stop beating a dead horse. Nobody's buying your bullshit amateur theories you've made up to comfort yourself.
Word it which ever way you want. Is this better? Instead of entire teams let's say it this way " the HVS players were the only tier 1 players from our loop who didn't enter the Elite division". All of your winter opponents were playing in the Elite division on assorted team yes but Elite division nonetheless.
Also notice that none of us called you out on it, asked why you didn't or insulted you on it. Unlike the derogatory juvenile comment about our kids being fillers. Tact and professionalism goes a long way in this industry, take notes and learn.
Calling out players that were in a higher calibre division just makes you look like jealous fools.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 11:01 am

From what I saw the only "winter" Teir one NYHL team HVS played was in Spring was DDS in Pro Hockey and they got beat, and didn't even make it to the playoffs in that tournament...they are Tier 2 at best...Tier 1 will be very competitive with probably 3-4 teams that will be in the mix at the end of the season....JMO

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:52 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:So HVS will be a middle to weaker T1 team, or a good T2 team.

Which route will they choose?

They're better off in tier 2 after all the enemies they just made by calling our tier 1 elite AAA kids " FILLERS"!
Only an inexperienced newbie parent would make such an idiotic comment.
Regardless even when playing against our " FiLLERS" last year, you finished last.


For the record - what Winter teams played in the ELITE division?


None

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Fri Jun 23, 2017 10:48 am

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:So HVS will be a middle to weaker T1 team, or a good T2 team.

Which route will they choose?

They're better off in tier 2 after all the enemies they just made by calling our tier 1 elite AAA kids " FILLERS"!
Only an inexperienced newbie parent would make such an idiotic comment.
Regardless even when playing against our " FiLLERS" last year, you finished last.


For the record - what Winter teams played in the ELITE division?

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:30 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:So HVS will be a middle to weaker T1 team, or a good T2 team.

Which route will they choose?

They're better off in tier 2 after all the enemies they just made by calling our tier 1 elite AAA kids " FILLERS"!
Only an inexperienced newbie parent would make such an idiotic comment.
Regardless even when playing against our " FiLLERS" last year, you finished last.


What team are you from filler?

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 5:11 pm

Guest wrote:
Guest wrote:So HVS will be a middle to weaker T1 team, or a good T2 team.

Which route will they choose?

They're better off in tier 2 after all the enemies they just made by calling our tier 1 elite AAA kids " FILLERS"!
Only an inexperienced newbie parent would make such an idiotic comment.
Regardless even when playing against our " FiLLERS" last year, you finished last.


Hilarious! everyone knows who you are and that you were part of HV last year. Keep trying ... :lol: :lol: :lol:

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 4:12 pm

Guest wrote:So HVS will be a middle to weaker T1 team, or a good T2 team.

Which route will they choose?

They're better off in tier 2 after all the enemies they just made by calling our tier 1 elite AAA kids " FILLERS"!
Only an inexperienced newbie parent would make such an idiotic comment.
Regardless even when playing against our " FiLLERS" last year, you finished last.

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 4:00 pm

So HVS will be a middle to weaker T1 team, or a good T2 team.

Which route will they choose?

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 3:11 pm

Guest wrote:Please don't try and compare spring hockey to winter hockey.


Not sure but whats the point? Are you saying that no players on warriors could play in the Elite division? The AAA division is more indicative of a tier 1 winter game then the Elite division. The elite division is essentially all-star teams , the good ones anyway. There were plenty of crappy elte teams in comparison to bulldogs elite and Pro hockey elite playing in the elite division.

Sure. Whatever you need to tell yourself to feel better. You choose the lower division for your team- enough said. Now you're bashing teams in the division above you?? Lol[/quote]

Didn't Bulldogs elite win every tournament? Faced Prohock in finals every time? There were only 2 Elite teams, rest of the division was filler other than some teams from the states. Those two Elite teams had plenty of pieces from other NYHL teams or from elsewhere other than their winter teams. Do you think that any NYHL winter team would beat a team of all stars from the rest of NYHL? I would say that any winter teams that entered the elite division actually chose the wrong division, not the other way around.[/quote]
Right so every single team in our winter loop made a mistake except yours?? Let's see you say that to their faces. You're a bottom end team that knew you didn't stand a chance in the Elite division. Stop trying to blame others for mistakes and admit to your pecking order, you're humiliating your team. Even some of your own players choose to play up in the Elite division when they could.
Please note that every tournament was also won by the host team, a hoax that didn't escape any of us, so please don't read too much into it. The " filler " teams did great and held their own.. right where they belonged. As I'm sure most of the parents from those " filler" can confirm.
Get over it already and get some help
HIV

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 3:06 pm

Didn't Bulldogs elite win every tournament? Faced Prohock in finals every time? There were only 2 Elite teams, rest of the division was filler other than some teams from the states. Those two Elite teams had plenty of pieces from other NYHL teams or from elsewhere other than their winter teams. Do you think that any NYHL winter team would beat a team of all stars from the rest of NYHL? I would say that any winter teams that entered the elite division actually chose the wrong division, not the other way around.[/quote]

Bang on!!! ELITE teams were more like ALL STAR teams...a couple of players from this team, a couple of players from that team etc.... The AAA division was a better example of what the winter is like IE the Warriors being HVS.

Anyone who is stating otherwise is ignorant and doesn't really A) know what is going on or B) too stupid to understand the difference or C) both

Re: 2009 NYHL player movement

Post by Guest » Thu Jun 22, 2017 3:00 pm

Please don't try and compare spring hockey to winter hockey. Apples and Oranges - rosters change by the game in the spring![/quote]
Of course we all know that. But isn't this spring team made up of the same roster for winter?[/quote]

Not sure but whats the point? Are you saying that no players on warriors could play in the Elite division? The AAA division is more indicative of a tier 1 winter game then the Elite division. The elite division is essentially all-star teams , the good ones anyway. There were plenty of crappy elte teams in comparison to bulldogs elite and Pro hockey elite playing in the elite division.[/quote]
Sure. Whatever you need to tell yourself to feel better. You choose the lower division for your team- enough said. Now you're bashing teams in the division above you?? Lol[/quote]

Didn't Bulldogs elite win every tournament? Faced Prohock in finals every time? There were only 2 Elite teams, rest of the division was filler other than some teams from the states. Those two Elite teams had plenty of pieces from other NYHL teams or from elsewhere other than their winter teams. Do you think that any NYHL winter team would beat a team of all stars from the rest of NYHL? I would say that any winter teams that entered the elite division actually chose the wrong division, not the other way around.

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