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2005 AA East 2018/2019

by Guest » Sun Oct 21, 2018 9:55 am

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Guest wrote:Nah...real problem tonight was our low rent children had to teach your high income mouthy benders to shut their mouths!!!! That all. Game was clean. No big deal. Then they start lipping as the game is over cause they think they're safe...You really think WH is going to let your kids say the things they did??? Uhhhhhhh no. And call the GTHL! They've been to most of our games and they love us!

shame that WH didn't use this as a teaching moment and show some class, you won the game, that's statement enough, but obviously lost on WH who prefer to run their mouths and prove what?????

funny how this only happens to WH when they play lesser teams

btw the GTHL "loves" WH bc they keep them busy with suspensions and jobs


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

WH worst goons (GP close second) and second worst parent group in GTHL- Still give that one to NYK parents.

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2005 AAA

by Guest » Sat Oct 20, 2018 9:31 am

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Guest wrote:There is a lot of brain movement. You will soon be just like all of us crazies here that have lost minds due to hockey.


There is always movement for various reasons. Why did you put him in so early? would of saved myself a few years of headaches and $$$ and brought him in AAA later.


Bullshit .... If you are not in AAA by minor atom you will never catch up. Any one that says other wise is dreaming


^^ Hey Mr. Know It All, if you are not in university by the age of 11 you will never be. If you are not CEO of a corporation by 12 you will never be. People like you drive kids out of hockey with your way of thinking. Go write a book and call it Ignorance At Its Best.

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Ottawa AAA 04

by Guest » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:03 pm

OHA just beat wild 4-1

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2010 GTHL AAA

by Guest » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:14 am

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Guest wrote:how many the tier 1 kids going AAA?


All of them if they want to.
When you take away the OMHA kids, 1/4 of T2 will also play AAA.

keep dreaming pal...the OMHA kids arent going anywhere. they filling the rosters now for AAA


Why are the 2010’s different from the 09,08,07’s etc.
Go talk to parents that did not get released from those birth years. Time to smell the coffee bro.


Because they all have plans, better plans than those other birth years.... to be honest, it's a crap shoot with which organization you have to get a release from. I've seen some kids not even show up to tryouts without moving (at least not physically) and are playing down there, some show up for one tryout and say they aren't playing there and get a release, some stomp and kick like a child and get a release. Some not get a release and their kids not playing yet and are still waiting for one (yes it's almost Nov.), some just go back to their centres to play AA or A because their isn't a release. Of course there is always my favorite, those that just play for their organization because ITS ONLY MINOR HOCKEY!


Difference in the age group that seems to be worst are the delusional parents. All ages have crazy parents but this group takes the cake. There are lots of people out to screw over others due to antics of some parents over the last 4 years.
The recruiter seems to be leading the race in being the number one target.

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2003 G AAA changes and openings

by Guest » Sat Oct 20, 2018 6:42 pm

How about we all #TakeAMinute

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2006 GTHL AA West

by Guest » Sun Oct 21, 2018 4:24 pm

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Guest wrote:ST vs VP...any results yet?


ST won 5-1.

Oh wow! No that’s a spanking! Should an interesting battle for top 3 spots in the west.

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2005 AA East 2018/2019

by Guest » Sat Oct 20, 2018 10:39 pm

Nah...real problem tonight was our low rent children had to teach your high income mouthy benders to shut their mouths!!!! That all. Game was clean. No big deal. Then they start lipping as the game is over cause they think they're safe...You really think WH is going to let your kids say the things they did??? Uhhhhhhh no. And call the GTHL! They've been to most of our games and they love us!

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8 year old goalie question

by Guest » Sat Oct 20, 2018 8:06 am

Guest wrote:Simple. 2 goalies, each rotate games. Not even a 51/49 split.

Goalies don't need to pulled at such a young age unless they're crying because they're getting scored upon into the double digits. That being said, the goalies are probably the least of your concerns.

Remember, these little kids are playing in the same size net as NHL goalies, you can't expect very much from them. Being a goalie at this age is about gaining confidence and not wanting to quit saying it would be more fun to be a skater.

I laugh seeing parents spend money on little kids to play net. The only qualification 9 yr old needs is to be athletic. The technical stuff should start about 11-12 when the muscles are developing and the kids start to grow. My kid plays bantam AAA and the goalies on his team were playing house league at 9 years old. The goalies who played with my son at minor atom are long gone.

Brutal position for parents to be part of. Hopefully you put ZERO pressure on him and stay away from goalie schools altogether, trust me on this. They will ruin him in the long run teaching him butterfly techniques and the like.


Nope - goaltending has skills that need to be developed just like players have skating and shooting. There's a right way to slide, there's a right way to position your hands, there's a right way to position yourself depending on the situation, there's a right time to poke, there's a right way to play a breakaway, there's a right way to position your eyes etc. I've seen good young athletes be terrible goalies and little kids with gumby bodies be the best players on the ice - athleticism is a very small part of it. Lessons and extra work are more important, not less, at the goalie position.

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2005 AA East 2018/2019

by Guest » Sun Oct 21, 2018 8:53 am

[quote="Guest"]Nah...real problem tonight was our low rent children had to teach your high income mouthy benders to shut their mouths!!!! That all. Game was clean. No big deal. Then they start lipping as the game is over cause they think they're safe...You really think WH is going to let your kids say the things they did??? Uhhhhhhh no. And call the GTHL! They've been to most of our games and they love us!

shame that WH didn't use this as a teaching moment and show some class, you won the game, that's statement enough, but obviously lost on WH who prefer to run their mouths and prove what?????

funny how this only happens to WH when they play lesser teams

btw the GTHL "loves" WH bc they keep them busy with suspensions and jobs


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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2008 ETA

by Guest » Sun Oct 21, 2018 5:35 pm

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Guest wrote:RHC 3- QRD 0?! What's happening there

Short lived. Barrie 8 RH 1


I think the poster meant what's happening with QRD


Then QRD beats COW - this must be why people keep saying they are 10 year olds just let them play ;)