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Guest wrote: Wed Jun 12, 2024 8:47 pm
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Guest wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2024 5:58 pm Cobras lost there best player so probably take a step back
Raiders - YK - EYK - Saints - Aces - Cobras - Ducks
Which age group did the Cobras lose a player? Went to NYHL?
Raiders Omasta, YK , raiders JD, then the rest. Omasta blew out Aces every time.
Not quite, Aces beat them in a semi finals in one of the spring tournaments. Lost a few games by a goal and then got blown out the last time you are right about that
Are all the Klevr teams picked? Wondering about a 2016
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Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 10:27 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 10:08 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 9:01 pm Definitely taking U7/8/9 by storm and believe me the propaganda war is about to start. Chat forums like this will be ground zero for wild rumours, especially with some of the bottom feeders that troll this site.

While I personally think that leagues like this are bad for youth hockey, I’d be very interested to hear a counterpoint to my opinion.
How can someone counterpoint your useless opinion when you offered zero points as why you think it's bad for minor hockey.
I’m the one who first stated my opinion, so until it’s challenged there’s no onus on me to make any arguments as to why I hold that position. If someone disagrees, I will either defend my stance as to why I feel that way or I will be convinced and change my mind. Any other questions or would you like to move on and discuss the actual topic of this thread?
It’s a great place to play if you’re into travelling tournaments every month. It’s a better competitive landscape than league hockey, it’ll be faster hockey with more skilled players. It all depends on your coach (just like regular hockey). If you end up with a great group of kids, and coach it will be a great experience….just like league hockey. Coaching is everything.
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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 7:44 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 10:27 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 10:08 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 9:01 pm Definitely taking U7/8/9 by storm and believe me the propaganda war is about to start. Chat forums like this will be ground zero for wild rumours, especially with some of the bottom feeders that troll this site.

While I personally think that leagues like this are bad for youth hockey, I’d be very interested to hear a counterpoint to my opinion.
How can someone counterpoint your useless opinion when you offered zero points as why you think it's bad for minor hockey.
I’m the one who first stated my opinion, so until it’s challenged there’s no onus on me to make any arguments as to why I hold that position. If someone disagrees, I will either defend my stance as to why I feel that way or I will be convinced and change my mind. Any other questions or would you like to move on and discuss the actual topic of this thread?
It’s a great place to play if you’re into travelling tournaments every month. It’s a better competitive landscape than league hockey, it’ll be faster hockey with more skilled players. It all depends on your coach (just like regular hockey). If you end up with a great group of kids, and coach it will be a great experience….just like league hockey. Coaching is everything.
Is the cost outrageous like everyone is hearing? Thinking about putting a 2018 in next year to play of it makes sense
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Re: Klevr

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 7:47 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 7:44 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 10:27 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 10:08 pm
Guest wrote: Tue Mar 07, 2023 9:01 pm Definitely taking U7/8/9 by storm and believe me the propaganda war is about to start. Chat forums like this will be ground zero for wild rumours, especially with some of the bottom feeders that troll this site.

While I personally think that leagues like this are bad for youth hockey, I’d be very interested to hear a counterpoint to my opinion.
How can someone counterpoint your useless opinion when you offered zero points as why you think it's bad for minor hockey.
I’m the one who first stated my opinion, so until it’s challenged there’s no onus on me to make any arguments as to why I hold that position. If someone disagrees, I will either defend my stance as to why I feel that way or I will be convinced and change my mind. Any other questions or would you like to move on and discuss the actual topic of this thread?
It’s a great place to play if you’re into travelling tournaments every month. It’s a better competitive landscape than league hockey, it’ll be faster hockey with more skilled players. It all depends on your coach (just like regular hockey). If you end up with a great group of kids, and coach it will be a great experience….just like league hockey. Coaching is everything.
Is the cost outrageous like everyone is hearing? Thinking about putting a 2018 in next year to play of it makes sense
The travel is expensive, depending on where you live you may be in a hotel for a weekend a month. Your kid won’t get to play hockey with their school friends either. A lot of long term friendships are born in hockey at the younger ages, before everyone goes off and plays competitive. If you have a handful of strong kids, and a really good coach in your home organization keep your kid there. If you don’t it’s probably worth it to move.
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