2014 AAA

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Re: 2014 AAA

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Hmm. Didn’t he previously dominate the 2013 loop when he played up? Time will tell, he dominated last season.
It’s all relative people. It’s true JL dominated our league last year more than anyone else. I agree. But it’s also true that the top 2 scorers in the 2013 loop last year had the most points of any kids in any age group in the GTHL. They were the two highest scoring players in the G no matter what age.

My point is those kids dominated the 2013 loop even more than JL dominated his own 2014 loop. So saying he will dominate is a huge stretch. JL is a good kid hopefully he made a wise choice you are right time will tell.
Actual question looking for honest answers.

We are moving from eastern Ontario to the gta. We are looking for a program that has a non parent coach set on developing a roster, we’ve heard lots of stories of player swap outs on the regular but would like our son to be part of a program that wants to grow a team. Is this a thing?

Thanks
123-JRC
Hopefully most organizations are developing kids at this age. Especially those parent coaches, what goes around comes around.
DMF, JRC. Definitely more into development then the rest
JRC preach systems that turn kids into robots.
The ‘09 DMF is the only good team in the org. Where the development?
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Re: 2014 AAA

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I heard he is leaving TM for 2013 DMF
Better spot for him. With DL playing up who will push him at all. Kids a beast.
JL is gone to 2013 DMF #confirmed, he was only on TM so he could go to brick with TBD, he will struggle in 2013, big kid cant really skate that well, but on a shit 2013 DMF team it wont matter.

TM wont be that good this coming year, LeCrappia is still there, he has a hard time stringing an intelligent sentence together. bla bla bla bla (with food coming out of his mouth) is all i can make out when hearing him talk. WIll be nice to smash them again this year
Hmm. Didn’t he previously dominate the 2013 loop when he played up? Time will tell, he dominated last season.
It’s all relative people. It’s true JL dominated our league last year more than anyone else. I agree. But it’s also true that the top 2 scorers in the 2013 loop last year had the most points of any kids in any age group in the GTHL. They were the two highest scoring players in the G no matter what age.

My point is those kids dominated the 2013 loop even more than JL dominated his own 2014 loop. So saying he will dominate is a huge stretch. JL is a good kid hopefully he made a wise choice you are right time will tell.
Actual question looking for honest answers.

We are moving from eastern Ontario to the gta. We are looking for a program that has a non parent coach set on developing a roster, we’ve heard lots of stories of player swap outs on the regular but would like our son to be part of a program that wants to grow a team. Is this a thing?

Thanks
Good luck finding that, GTHL AAA movement is crazy. Probably about half AAA players are moving in one shape or form this year. It is one big game of musical chairs with a huge dose of mental parents mixed in. Serious development is done on your own dime and time.
Are you moving this summer, teams are full now, maybe a spot available but you would have to be very strong to be giving another kid the boot.
There are some good AA teams with spots.
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Re: 2014 AAA

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 2:59 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:34 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:27 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 11:24 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 11:19 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 11:05 am

Better spot for him. With DL playing up who will push him at all. Kids a beast.
JL is gone to 2013 DMF #confirmed, he was only on TM so he could go to brick with TBD, he will struggle in 2013, big kid cant really skate that well, but on a shit 2013 DMF team it wont matter.

TM wont be that good this coming year, LeCrappia is still there, he has a hard time stringing an intelligent sentence together. bla bla bla bla (with food coming out of his mouth) is all i can make out when hearing him talk. WIll be nice to smash them again this year
Hmm. Didn’t he previously dominate the 2013 loop when he played up? Time will tell, he dominated last season.
It’s all relative people. It’s true JL dominated our league last year more than anyone else. I agree. But it’s also true that the top 2 scorers in the 2013 loop last year had the most points of any kids in any age group in the GTHL. They were the two highest scoring players in the G no matter what age.

My point is those kids dominated the 2013 loop even more than JL dominated his own 2014 loop. So saying he will dominate is a huge stretch. JL is a good kid hopefully he made a wise choice you are right time will tell.
Actual question looking for honest answers.

We are moving from eastern Ontario to the gta. We are looking for a program that has a non parent coach set on developing a roster, we’ve heard lots of stories of player swap outs on the regular but would like our son to be part of a program that wants to grow a team. Is this a thing?

Thanks
Good luck finding that, GTHL AAA movement is crazy. Probably about half AAA players are moving in one shape or form this year. It is one big game of musical chairs with a huge dose of mental parents mixed in. Serious development is done on your own dime and time.
Are you moving this summer, teams are full now, maybe a spot available but you would have to be very strong to be giving another kid the boot.
There are some good AA teams with spots.
I agree with a lot of this, but no way half of the league is moving. Most teams carry 8 forwards so if the player is good you’ll find a spot
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Re: 2014 AAA

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:53 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:51 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:32 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:48 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:34 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:27 pm

It’s all relative people. It’s true JL dominated our league last year more than anyone else. I agree. But it’s also true that the top 2 scorers in the 2013 loop last year had the most points of any kids in any age group in the GTHL. They were the two highest scoring players in the G no matter what age.

My point is those kids dominated the 2013 loop even more than JL dominated his own 2014 loop. So saying he will dominate is a huge stretch. JL is a good kid hopefully he made a wise choice you are right time will tell.
Actual question looking for honest answers.

We are moving from eastern Ontario to the gta. We are looking for a program that has a non parent coach set on developing a roster, we’ve heard lots of stories of player swap outs on the regular but would like our son to be part of a program that wants to grow a team. Is this a thing?

Thanks
123-JRC
Hopefully most organizations are developing kids at this age. Especially those parent coaches, what goes around comes around.
DMF, JRC. Definitely more into development then the rest
JRC preach systems that turn kids into robots.
The ‘09 DMF is the only good team in the org. Where the development?
Systems are real hockey, coached by real coaches. You can’t do shootouts and flow drills your entire minor hockey career.
123jrc
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Re: 2014 AAA

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 6:23 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:53 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:51 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:32 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:48 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:34 pm

Actual question looking for honest answers.

We are moving from eastern Ontario to the gta. We are looking for a program that has a non parent coach set on developing a roster, we’ve heard lots of stories of player swap outs on the regular but would like our son to be part of a program that wants to grow a team. Is this a thing?

Thanks
123-JRC
Hopefully most organizations are developing kids at this age. Especially those parent coaches, what goes around comes around.
DMF, JRC. Definitely more into development then the rest
JRC preach systems that turn kids into robots.
The ‘09 DMF is the only good team in the org. Where the development?
Systems are real hockey, coached by real coaches. You can’t do shootouts and flow drills your entire minor hockey career.
123jrc
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Re: 2014 AAA

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 6:23 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:53 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:51 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:32 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:48 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:34 pm

Actual question looking for honest answers.

We are moving from eastern Ontario to the gta. We are looking for a program that has a non parent coach set on developing a roster, we’ve heard lots of stories of player swap outs on the regular but would like our son to be part of a program that wants to grow a team. Is this a thing?

Thanks
123-JRC
Hopefully most organizations are developing kids at this age. Especially those parent coaches, what goes around comes around.
DMF, JRC. Definitely more into development then the rest
JRC preach systems that turn kids into robots.
The ‘09 DMF is the only good team in the org. Where the development?
Systems are real hockey, coached by real coaches. You can’t do shootouts and flow drills your entire minor hockey career.
123jrc
... exactly. real coaches that are real hockey players, not a fat italian that stands around ripping kids about mistakes with no correction on what to do. JRC has as good of a bench as you can have
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Re: 2014 AAA

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:51 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:32 pm
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123-JRC
Hopefully most organizations are developing kids at this age. Especially those parent coaches, what goes around comes around.
DMF, JRC. Definitely more into development then the rest
JRC preach systems that turn kids into robots.
The ‘09 DMF is the only good team in the org. Where the development?
Systems are real hockey, coached by real coaches. You can’t do shootouts and flow drills your entire minor hockey career.
123jrc
... exactly. real coaches that are real hockey players, not a fat italian that stands around ripping kids about mistakes with no correction on what to do. JRC has as good of a bench as you can have
FAT ITALIAN...LMFAO
That's so funny, but true.
He's being replaced after this year, by a skinny ITALIAN.
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Re: 2014 AAA

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Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:51 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:32 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 3:48 pm

123-JRC
Hopefully most organizations are developing kids at this age. Especially those parent coaches, what goes around comes around.
DMF, JRC. Definitely more into development then the rest
JRC preach systems that turn kids into robots.
The ‘09 DMF is the only good team in the org. Where the development?
Systems are real hockey, coached by real coaches. You can’t do shootouts and flow drills your entire minor hockey career.
123jrc
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Oh really.
whos scoring for you guys.
you lost 4 forwards....2 brick kids.
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Re: 2014 AAA

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Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 6:50 am
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 6:42 am
Guest wrote: Thu Jul 11, 2024 6:23 am
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:53 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:51 pm
Guest wrote: Wed Jul 10, 2024 5:32 pm

Hopefully most organizations are developing kids at this age. Especially those parent coaches, what goes around comes around.
DMF, JRC. Definitely more into development then the rest
JRC preach systems that turn kids into robots.
The ‘09 DMF is the only good team in the org. Where the development?
Systems are real hockey, coached by real coaches. You can’t do shootouts and flow drills your entire minor hockey career.
123jrc
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Oh really.
whos scoring for you guys.
you lost 4 forwards....2 brick kids.
MARLIES ALL THE WAY
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Re: 2014 AAA

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the problem with most Ex pro's is that,frankly they are not intelligent enough to relate or communicate with kids. They are doing this job because this is their best/only way to make a living. I have found that there are very few coaches that have great skill, experience, work ethic and ability to relate and communicate with kids. Sometimes a fat italian is better than a lazy ex pro, with no motivation or communication skills
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