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2010 GTHL AA

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 7:54 pm

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Guest wrote: WH & SYB are two different organizations that are controlled by their own board of directors. JS and RA don’t control them or the kids that make and choose to play for those teams.


Oh really? there hasn't been a huge amount of collusion as to who plays for SYB and who would go to WH in the 2007 loop?? all orchestrated by RA and JS? are you sure thats your final answer? Within 2 years the G will shut JS and RA down (not about beast but about controlling interest in multiple teams in the same loop)


Its Ted Reeve doing it right with a world class trainer focused on development and developing one team only with a focus on hockey iq technical positioning technical puck movment. This beast group is just looking to take your money


He’s definitely world class. He’s a world class POS. It’ll be a race as to whether he’s out of TR first or in jail.


Your comment is s disgrace. No wonder you are making it anonymously. Now I’ll report it and soon it will be gone.


The whole thread is a disgrace.

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2010 GTHL AA

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:01 pm

How does every post make its way back to the same place? I followed this recent mess back to the start of today. This went from a weirdo WH coach stalking kids, to the Beast taking over the world, the took a hard left, right back to this stuff. Take a look, nobody bashed this guy or his program. Someone from there had to interject into the conversation because it wasn’t about them. It’s all for attention. Stop giving it to them.

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2009 AAA GTHL

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:47 am

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Guest wrote:It’s late for kids to be bailing on a team.
Amazing how some families are obsessed with winning.
Lose a playoff series and change teams.
What does that teach the kids?


Teaches coaches to do their job or your customers will vote with their feet. Bye bye.


teaches kids to be quitters. teaches kids that they can whine to mommy and daddy and get whatever they want. teaches kids that their words and commitments mean nothing.

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2009 AAA GTHL

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 1:06 am

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Guest wrote:Tip of the hat to DMF - but, you have no scoring punch... that's why you're done like dinner in the next 2 games. JRC lays beat down on VK to take it all. Book it!


Let’s goooo JRCCCCCCCC :!: :!: :!:


Bring it on JRC... VK will be resting up and waiting for you after Tuesday night. By my eyes... you squeaked by DMF today. Two DMf players dropped their sticks when you scored. DMF softening you up for us. We want you, not the cinderella story. Bring it!


Ummm just a quick heads up it’s BOOK IT!!


To the the person that posted ... Cinderella story. You must be an A1 winner. “We want you” - Who’s we? It’s sounds like your lacing up the skates and playing the game. Just another pathetic example of a loser parent living out their dreams through their nine year old child. I will venture to say you most likely don’t get this excited in any other aspect of your child’s life except his hockey. You VK Knob. PS. DMF winning a series at 9 years old is not a Cinderella story my friend. Newsflash, JRC is not that good and neither is VK (outside of #95). #95 is moving up because it’s a weak loop. Needs to be challenged. Hate to break it to you, the challenge will not be coming from JRC. I’m sure your going to need to decompress after hearing this, feel free to make your self and espresso and sit in your Z28 to wind down. Tool.

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2009 AAA GTHL

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 11:19 am

My kid is 09 and he’s golfing...so I don’t have a horse in this race. Been through this with my older boy and it never changes...

Parent coaches ruin the experience for every kid on the team because they misjudge where their kid is on the depth chart. If your kid is #1 on the team, fine, maybe. But otherwise all you are doing is building resentment amongst your parent group. Happened to my older boy. That’s why my 09 will never play for a team with parent coaches.

You can argue that there shouldn’t be a depth chart at all, and just roll the lines. Fine. Then the coaches kid should not be seeing extra ice, especially on PP/PK. But they do.

We have friends on 09 TT and that team is going to blow up in spectacular fashion. Not much about them on here. But watch. One going to JRC, two to VK, one to TM. All because of coaching.

Parents aren’t happy with extra ice time in playoffs for kids that haven’t earned it. But they are too polite to bring their laundry here.

Do your kid a favour. Find a good coach that isn’t a parent. Stay for as long as your kid is learning and having fun.

Peace.

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2009 AAA GTHL

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 8:16 am

It’s late for kids to be bailing on a team.
Amazing how some families are obsessed with winning.
Lose a playoff series and change teams.
What does that teach the kids?

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2007 G AAA 2018-19 Season

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 3:42 pm

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Guest wrote:I think JRC only lost 7 or 8 games in the last 3 years. Who is this goalie that has beaten them many times? Has he played on multiple teams?


Dart Mom zip it


oKAY!

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2003 G AAA changes and openings

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:53 pm

To all families and players;
Wow what a year it has been. I think we can all come to the conclusion that we have all enjoyed watching every single one of these boys in the G grown into young men these past 10 years. The skill, heart and determination every single boy in this league has is something I will always remember. We’ve all ended up on the win side and lost side in plenty of games but the one thing I think we should take away is how much of a hockey family we have become. Yes we have our arguments, debates, name calling and etc... but every “ family” has that right? We’ve all seen the boys perserver and come together through the hardest times and best times. Congrats to DMF for an outstanding season and to the rest of the teams for a great GTHL experience. I wish everyone successful, happiness and a great future. All these boys will succeed in whatever their paths have planned.
Bon Voyage, my G family.

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2007 AAA SCTA 2018/19 Edition

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 10:23 am

Guest wrote:You’d hate to see BE get beat out. I feel they are the most improved team with these new coaches. They control the offensive zone and get a lot of good looks from their puck movement. It would be nice to see a team with no real stud make it to the omhas.


okay coach.

You're wrong. but okay coach.

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2019 OHL Cup

by Guest » Mon Mar 18, 2019 9:37 pm

Any complaints about the assist on the game winner? Do we need the video for you?