2011 AAA

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Pretty sure he played at the OHL level and that was the end. Not to be negative, but that would rank you as maybe in the 7-8,000 best hockey player in the world. Would you ever watch a tennis match where the 7456 th ranked player plays the 6789 th ranked player.

It is all relative but sorry that is not the elite level!
Whoa nobody’s talking about the nhl.
If you went pro you’re already that top percentile. Either way your kid isn’t elite and neither are you.
Hey “ever level” in my book includes the NHL and pro level. I will grant you he was an elite amateur minor hockey league player. That and a loonie buys you a coffee and is not so rare!
Can’t wait to see your elite prospects link.
Listen it is no slight to have a great minor league career, but like stated previously there are table stakes to going elite / pro. If you are not big , strong and fast twitch , it would be extremely rare to go pro and have success. The chances are long enough with those traits! Hockey is a business , and as such they perpetuate the lies that it just takes hard work and dedication, while ch is complete BS if you have ever been pro in anything you know and have seen the truth!
Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
Pro athletes are all elite, some more than others. I would say there is very little difference between a AHL first liner and NHL 4 th liner. If the NHL 4th liners role is that of a semi enforcer and little skill, I would really not consider that high on the elite athlete scale. As a first line AHL there are still loads of athletes in front of you in the world , like a couple thousand !
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Whoa nobody’s talking about the nhl.
If you went pro you’re already that top percentile. Either way your kid isn’t elite and neither are you.
Hey “ever level” in my book includes the NHL and pro level. I will grant you he was an elite amateur minor hockey league player. That and a loonie buys you a coffee and is not so rare!
Can’t wait to see your elite prospects link.
Listen it is no slight to have a great minor league career, but like stated previously there are table stakes to going elite / pro. If you are not big , strong and fast twitch , it would be extremely rare to go pro and have success. The chances are long enough with those traits! Hockey is a business , and as such they perpetuate the lies that it just takes hard work and dedication, while ch is complete BS if you have ever been pro in anything you know and have seen the truth!
Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
Pro athletes are all elite, some more than others. I would say there is very little difference between a AHL first liner and NHL 4 th liner. If the NHL 4th liners role is that of a semi enforcer and little skill, I would really not consider that high on the elite athlete scale. As a first line AHL there are still loads of athletes in front of you in the world , like a couple thousand !
That's a riveting opinion on a subject that has zero bearing.
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Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 10:25 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 03, 2024 8:32 am
Guest wrote: Tue Jul 02, 2024 9:57 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Jul 02, 2024 9:59 am

Hey “ever level” in my book includes the NHL and pro level. I will grant you he was an elite amateur minor hockey league player. That and a loonie buys you a coffee and is not so rare!
Can’t wait to see your elite prospects link.
Listen it is no slight to have a great minor league career, but like stated previously there are table stakes to going elite / pro. If you are not big , strong and fast twitch , it would be extremely rare to go pro and have success. The chances are long enough with those traits! Hockey is a business , and as such they perpetuate the lies that it just takes hard work and dedication, while ch is complete BS if you have ever been pro in anything you know and have seen the truth!
Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
Pro athletes are all elite, some more than others. I would say there is very little difference between a AHL first liner and NHL 4 th liner. If the NHL 4th liners role is that of a semi enforcer and little skill, I would really not consider that high on the elite athlete scale. As a first line AHL there are still loads of athletes in front of you in the world , like a couple thousand !
True and not true...you are not spending 10 K per year for your kid to gain the life virtues that hockey instills...if you are you are BIG fool as we all know the culture of hockey tends to be a negative set back for life skills!

So why are you spending 10 k per year?

That's a riveting opinion on a subject that has zero bearing.
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Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
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Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 6:57 pm Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
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Elite of Elite
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Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 11:37 pm
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 6:57 pm Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
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Elite of Elite
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So a third line player in Aaa is the same as a first line player in AA, and vice versa.
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Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 12:57 pm
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 11:37 pm
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 6:57 pm Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
?
Elite of Elite

So a third line player in Aaa is the same as a first line player in AA, and vice versa.
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Probably from the bottom 6. The top 3, I would say no. The remaining us debatable.
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Re: 2011 AAA

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Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 1:59 pm
Guest wrote: Sat Jul 06, 2024 12:57 pm
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 11:37 pm
Guest wrote: Fri Jul 05, 2024 6:57 pm Is a 1st line AHL player elite?
Is a 4th line NHL player elite?
?
Elite of Elite

So a third line player in Aaa is the same as a first line player in AA, and vice versa.
Probably from the bottom 6. The top 3, I would say no. The remaining us debatable.
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The bottom 6 teams might as well be AA
There’s such a drop off.
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We just moved to the GTA. Wondering which managers are good, which managers suck and which ones are sleeping with the coach?
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超齡者
Kid drove himself to Montreal.
Who? What?

DE was a point per game at every level.
If that’s not elite what is?
Pretty sure he played at the OHL level and that was the end. Not to be negative, but that would rank you as maybe in the 7-8,000 best hockey player in the world. Would you ever watch a tennis match where the 7456 th ranked player plays the 6789 th ranked player.

It is all relative but sorry that is not the elite level!
Whoa nobody’s talking about the nhl.
If you went pro you’re already that top percentile. Either way your kid isn’t elite and neither are you.
Hey “ever level” in my book includes the NHL and pro level. I will grant you he was an elite amateur minor hockey league player. That and a loonie buys you a coffee and is not so rare!
Where can you get a coffee for $1? I spent all my money buying the coach a new car so I need to save some $$$.
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