2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 3:44 pm LOL, hardly.
I've been thru it all. This kid is average.
I'm not trying to rag on this kid - but this seems more about his dad receiving clout than anything.
I remember taking my boy to open skates when he was 3. There was another kid there who was sniping top shelf with hard wrist shots.
He was deking around everyone. Great puck handling skills, great edges... he was schooling kids a lot older than he was.
Every year he'd play up for his local rep team and led them in scoring every year. A lot of people in the area felt he was a shoe-in to play in the OHL.
As of this writing he is a bottom-6 forward on a Junior B team and is likely quitting as he has a golf scholarship for a local college.
I knew many other kids like him. Kids who could score 20-30 goals a game in Timbit hockey if they felt like it.
It's mostly because all of them were in skating and hockey programs as soon as they could walk. Their parents were obsessed with them being ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, the other 9 skaters on the ice were just normal kids from normal families who only wanted their kids to have fun, learn hockey and weren't on skates as soon as they were birthed.
So it's not a great accomplishment for a kid, who's been skating for 2-3 years, to dominate in a setting where the majority of other players were learning how to skate.

Not saying this kid won't be a good player and maybe we do hear his name at some point down the road.
All I'm saying is, from these videos I've seen dozen of other kids who were minimum as good, if not better (in some cases way better) and none of them became anything in the realm of pro hockey, or even Major Jr.
The only kid in my area who did was the kid who was behind others, worked his tail off and grew to be 6'3" - which is another major factor in how far some of these kids go.
This kid in person is really good. Not a massive fan of the Instagram but actually saw him first hand and the kid
Has lots of skill.
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:38 pm
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 3:44 pm LOL, hardly.
I've been thru it all. This kid is average.
I'm not trying to rag on this kid - but this seems more about his dad receiving clout than anything.
I remember taking my boy to open skates when he was 3. There was another kid there who was sniping top shelf with hard wrist shots.
He was deking around everyone. Great puck handling skills, great edges... he was schooling kids a lot older than he was.
Every year he'd play up for his local rep team and led them in scoring every year. A lot of people in the area felt he was a shoe-in to play in the OHL.
As of this writing he is a bottom-6 forward on a Junior B team and is likely quitting as he has a golf scholarship for a local college.
I knew many other kids like him. Kids who could score 20-30 goals a game in Timbit hockey if they felt like it.
It's mostly because all of them were in skating and hockey programs as soon as they could walk. Their parents were obsessed with them being ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, the other 9 skaters on the ice were just normal kids from normal families who only wanted their kids to have fun, learn hockey and weren't on skates as soon as they were birthed.
So it's not a great accomplishment for a kid, who's been skating for 2-3 years, to dominate in a setting where the majority of other players were learning how to skate.

Not saying this kid won't be a good player and maybe we do hear his name at some point down the road.
All I'm saying is, from these videos I've seen dozen of other kids who were minimum as good, if not better (in some cases way better) and none of them became anything in the realm of pro hockey, or even Major Jr.
The only kid in my area who did was the kid who was behind others, worked his tail off and grew to be 6'3" - which is another major factor in how far some of these kids go.
This kid in person is really good. Not a massive fan of the Instagram but actually saw him first hand and the kid
Has lots of skill.
Dad is back.
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:55 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:38 pm
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 3:44 pm LOL, hardly.
I've been thru it all. This kid is average.
I'm not trying to rag on this kid - but this seems more about his dad receiving clout than anything.
I remember taking my boy to open skates when he was 3. There was another kid there who was sniping top shelf with hard wrist shots.
He was deking around everyone. Great puck handling skills, great edges... he was schooling kids a lot older than he was.
Every year he'd play up for his local rep team and led them in scoring every year. A lot of people in the area felt he was a shoe-in to play in the OHL.
As of this writing he is a bottom-6 forward on a Junior B team and is likely quitting as he has a golf scholarship for a local college.
I knew many other kids like him. Kids who could score 20-30 goals a game in Timbit hockey if they felt like it.
It's mostly because all of them were in skating and hockey programs as soon as they could walk. Their parents were obsessed with them being ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, the other 9 skaters on the ice were just normal kids from normal families who only wanted their kids to have fun, learn hockey and weren't on skates as soon as they were birthed.
So it's not a great accomplishment for a kid, who's been skating for 2-3 years, to dominate in a setting where the majority of other players were learning how to skate.

Not saying this kid won't be a good player and maybe we do hear his name at some point down the road.
All I'm saying is, from these videos I've seen dozen of other kids who were minimum as good, if not better (in some cases way better) and none of them became anything in the realm of pro hockey, or even Major Jr.
The only kid in my area who did was the kid who was behind others, worked his tail off and grew to be 6'3" - which is another major factor in how far some of these kids go.
This kid in person is really good. Not a massive fan of the Instagram but actually saw him first hand and the kid
Has lots of skill.
Dad is back.

Ya the Dad wrote that for sure. Still desperate to make his kid relevant.

Nobody believes your fake sped up videos. Your kid has bad skating technique and the videos are all posted at 150% speed.

Nobody believes your fake followers. Scroll through and they’re 90% bots or fake accounts.

Put your kid in a real elite league next summer with others his own age and see how he does. He’s never even played rep hockey 😂

Until then PISS OFF!
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:12 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:55 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:38 pm
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 3:44 pm LOL, hardly.
I've been thru it all. This kid is average.
I'm not trying to rag on this kid - but this seems more about his dad receiving clout than anything.
I remember taking my boy to open skates when he was 3. There was another kid there who was sniping top shelf with hard wrist shots.
He was deking around everyone. Great puck handling skills, great edges... he was schooling kids a lot older than he was.
Every year he'd play up for his local rep team and led them in scoring every year. A lot of people in the area felt he was a shoe-in to play in the OHL.
As of this writing he is a bottom-6 forward on a Junior B team and is likely quitting as he has a golf scholarship for a local college.
I knew many other kids like him. Kids who could score 20-30 goals a game in Timbit hockey if they felt like it.
It's mostly because all of them were in skating and hockey programs as soon as they could walk. Their parents were obsessed with them being ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, the other 9 skaters on the ice were just normal kids from normal families who only wanted their kids to have fun, learn hockey and weren't on skates as soon as they were birthed.
So it's not a great accomplishment for a kid, who's been skating for 2-3 years, to dominate in a setting where the majority of other players were learning how to skate.

Not saying this kid won't be a good player and maybe we do hear his name at some point down the road.
All I'm saying is, from these videos I've seen dozen of other kids who were minimum as good, if not better (in some cases way better) and none of them became anything in the realm of pro hockey, or even Major Jr.
The only kid in my area who did was the kid who was behind others, worked his tail off and grew to be 6'3" - which is another major factor in how far some of these kids go.
This kid in person is really good. Not a massive fan of the Instagram but actually saw him first hand and the kid
Has lots of skill.
Dad is back.

Ya the Dad wrote that for sure. Still desperate to make his kid relevant.

Nobody believes your fake sped up videos. Your kid has bad skating technique and the videos are all posted at 150% speed.

Nobody believes your fake followers. Scroll through and they’re 90% bots or fake accounts.

Put your kid in a real elite league next summer with others his own age and see how he does. He’s never even played rep hockey 😂

Until then PISS OFF!
Is 2018 being on ice that much normal?
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Nothing is normal with many hockey parents. Pull kids out of school and just focus on hockey.
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Sun Jun 23, 2024 7:53 am This loser dad has tried a new technique to try to hide the fact that he speeds the videos up. He dubs his voice in over the video so that it doesn’t seem sped up BUT you can notice as soon as he starts talking all of the sounds from the ice completely stop 🤣

He just dubbed his voice in over a sped up video. You can also tell that he pays for likes and followers because some videos have thousands of likes (from bots which he paid for) and others have less than 200. If you have 14000 followers you would never get less than a couple thousand likes unless your followers are bots and not real people.

I know that this loser has already been exposed and is a total joke in the hockey community, I just wanted to put a cherry on top. That poor kid doesn’t realize his crazy dad is humiliating him.
The videos are sped up. The biggest tell is how fast the kid's arms move when he skates. No one, I repeat, NO ONE moves their arms that fast when they skate. Not even pros... You're actually taught not to because it takes away your energy when skating...
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:12 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:55 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:38 pm
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 3:44 pm LOL, hardly.
I've been thru it all. This kid is average.
I'm not trying to rag on this kid - but this seems more about his dad receiving clout than anything.
I remember taking my boy to open skates when he was 3. There was another kid there who was sniping top shelf with hard wrist shots.
He was deking around everyone. Great puck handling skills, great edges... he was schooling kids a lot older than he was.
Every year he'd play up for his local rep team and led them in scoring every year. A lot of people in the area felt he was a shoe-in to play in the OHL.
As of this writing he is a bottom-6 forward on a Junior B team and is likely quitting as he has a golf scholarship for a local college.
I knew many other kids like him. Kids who could score 20-30 goals a game in Timbit hockey if they felt like it.
It's mostly because all of them were in skating and hockey programs as soon as they could walk. Their parents were obsessed with them being ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, the other 9 skaters on the ice were just normal kids from normal families who only wanted their kids to have fun, learn hockey and weren't on skates as soon as they were birthed.
So it's not a great accomplishment for a kid, who's been skating for 2-3 years, to dominate in a setting where the majority of other players were learning how to skate.

Not saying this kid won't be a good player and maybe we do hear his name at some point down the road.
All I'm saying is, from these videos I've seen dozen of other kids who were minimum as good, if not better (in some cases way better) and none of them became anything in the realm of pro hockey, or even Major Jr.
The only kid in my area who did was the kid who was behind others, worked his tail off and grew to be 6'3" - which is another major factor in how far some of these kids go.
This kid in person is really good. Not a massive fan of the Instagram but actually saw him first hand and the kid
Has lots of skill.
Dad is back.

Ya the Dad wrote that for sure. Still desperate to make his kid relevant.

Nobody believes your fake sped up videos. Your kid has bad skating technique and the videos are all posted at 150% speed.

Nobody believes your fake followers. Scroll through and they’re 90% bots or fake accounts.

Put your kid in a real elite league next summer with others his own age and see how he does. He’s never even played rep hockey 😂

Until then PISS OFF!
I have also been on the ice with this boy and his father and saw him train first hand. The boy is incredibly talented, people see him and watch in awe, including myself the first time I saw him. The boy is very different for sure. The father has actually invited my boy over to train with them as he would sit and watch. My boy loved it. The boy and his father are very kind. You have a right to your own opinion but opinion should be based on facts "knowing the person" to which none of you do. This forum looks like a re-enactment of high-school.
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 12:48 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:12 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:55 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:38 pm
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 3:44 pm LOL, hardly.
I've been thru it all. This kid is average.
I'm not trying to rag on this kid - but this seems more about his dad receiving clout than anything.
I remember taking my boy to open skates when he was 3. There was another kid there who was sniping top shelf with hard wrist shots.
He was deking around everyone. Great puck handling skills, great edges... he was schooling kids a lot older than he was.
Every year he'd play up for his local rep team and led them in scoring every year. A lot of people in the area felt he was a shoe-in to play in the OHL.
As of this writing he is a bottom-6 forward on a Junior B team and is likely quitting as he has a golf scholarship for a local college.
I knew many other kids like him. Kids who could score 20-30 goals a game in Timbit hockey if they felt like it.
It's mostly because all of them were in skating and hockey programs as soon as they could walk. Their parents were obsessed with them being ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, the other 9 skaters on the ice were just normal kids from normal families who only wanted their kids to have fun, learn hockey and weren't on skates as soon as they were birthed.
So it's not a great accomplishment for a kid, who's been skating for 2-3 years, to dominate in a setting where the majority of other players were learning how to skate.

Not saying this kid won't be a good player and maybe we do hear his name at some point down the road.
All I'm saying is, from these videos I've seen dozen of other kids who were minimum as good, if not better (in some cases way better) and none of them became anything in the realm of pro hockey, or even Major Jr.
The only kid in my area who did was the kid who was behind others, worked his tail off and grew to be 6'3" - which is another major factor in how far some of these kids go.
This kid in person is really good. Not a massive fan of the Instagram but actually saw him first hand and the kid
Has lots of skill.
Dad is back.

Ya the Dad wrote that for sure. Still desperate to make his kid relevant.

Nobody believes your fake sped up videos. Your kid has bad skating technique and the videos are all posted at 150% speed.

Nobody believes your fake followers. Scroll through and they’re 90% bots or fake accounts.

Put your kid in a real elite league next summer with others his own age and see how he does. He’s never even played rep hockey 😂

Until then PISS OFF!
I have also been on the ice with this boy and his father and saw him train first hand. The boy is incredibly talented, people see him and watch in awe, including myself the first time I saw him. The boy is very different for sure. The father has actually invited my boy over to train with them as he would sit and watch. My boy loved it. The boy and his father are very kind. You have a right to your own opinion but opinion should be based on facts "knowing the person" to which none of you do. This forum looks like a re-enactment of high-school.
Yup same thing here. I found them to be great people and they have fallen victim to the MHT jealousy virus. The same nasty bug many of top players have fallen victim to before.
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 12:48 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:12 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:55 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 12:38 pm
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 04, 2024 3:44 pm LOL, hardly.
I've been thru it all. This kid is average.
I'm not trying to rag on this kid - but this seems more about his dad receiving clout than anything.
I remember taking my boy to open skates when he was 3. There was another kid there who was sniping top shelf with hard wrist shots.
He was deking around everyone. Great puck handling skills, great edges... he was schooling kids a lot older than he was.
Every year he'd play up for his local rep team and led them in scoring every year. A lot of people in the area felt he was a shoe-in to play in the OHL.
As of this writing he is a bottom-6 forward on a Junior B team and is likely quitting as he has a golf scholarship for a local college.
I knew many other kids like him. Kids who could score 20-30 goals a game in Timbit hockey if they felt like it.
It's mostly because all of them were in skating and hockey programs as soon as they could walk. Their parents were obsessed with them being ahead of everyone else. Meanwhile, the other 9 skaters on the ice were just normal kids from normal families who only wanted their kids to have fun, learn hockey and weren't on skates as soon as they were birthed.
So it's not a great accomplishment for a kid, who's been skating for 2-3 years, to dominate in a setting where the majority of other players were learning how to skate.

Not saying this kid won't be a good player and maybe we do hear his name at some point down the road.
All I'm saying is, from these videos I've seen dozen of other kids who were minimum as good, if not better (in some cases way better) and none of them became anything in the realm of pro hockey, or even Major Jr.
The only kid in my area who did was the kid who was behind others, worked his tail off and grew to be 6'3" - which is another major factor in how far some of these kids go.
This kid in person is really good. Not a massive fan of the Instagram but actually saw him first hand and the kid
Has lots of skill.
Dad is back.

Ya the Dad wrote that for sure. Still desperate to make his kid relevant.

Nobody believes your fake sped up videos. Your kid has bad skating technique and the videos are all posted at 150% speed.

Nobody believes your fake followers. Scroll through and they’re 90% bots or fake accounts.

Put your kid in a real elite league next summer with others his own age and see how he does. He’s never even played rep hockey 😂

Until then PISS OFF!
I have also been on the ice with this boy and his father and saw him train first hand. The boy is incredibly talented, people see him and watch in awe, including myself the first time I saw him. The boy is very different for sure. The father has actually invited my boy over to train with them as he would sit and watch. My boy loved it. The boy and his father are very kind. You have a right to your own opinion but opinion should be based on facts "knowing the person" to which none of you do. This forum looks like a re-enactment of high-school.
You are obviously the Dad typing on here in a pathetic attempt to keep a desperate convo going about your kid.

If he was really any good he would have played spring and summer hockey with the Bulldogs or Pro Hockey 2017 elite team. He didn’t. You keep him away from these things because it will expose him immediately.

The videos are sped up and it’s obvious for many reasons. It’s iMovie 101 use all the way. Any app that can identify altered video and photos will revert it to original and your kid is no better than a good houseleague player for his own age.

Stop pretending your kid is something he’s not, and stop your stupid attempts at driving this conversation.
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Re: 2018 Prodigy?

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 12:25 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Jun 23, 2024 7:53 am This loser dad has tried a new technique to try to hide the fact that he speeds the videos up. He dubs his voice in over the video so that it doesn’t seem sped up BUT you can notice as soon as he starts talking all of the sounds from the ice completely stop 🤣

He just dubbed his voice in over a sped up video. You can also tell that he pays for likes and followers because some videos have thousands of likes (from bots which he paid for) and others have less than 200. If you have 14000 followers you would never get less than a couple thousand likes unless your followers are bots and not real people.

I know that this loser has already been exposed and is a total joke in the hockey community, I just wanted to put a cherry on top. That poor kid doesn’t realize his crazy dad is humiliating him.
The videos are sped up. The biggest tell is how fast the kid's arms move when he skates. No one, I repeat, NO ONE moves their arms that fast when they skate. Not even pros... You're actually taught not to because it takes away your energy when skating...
Hahahahahahaha this is soooo true!!!

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