Sports illustrated tournaments

Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:35 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:17 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
This is true.
If your kid played and had a good time and met new friends, that’s great. But don’t pretend this was an exclusive tournament by any means. Anyone who registered got a spot. That’s why single A kids ended up in AAA tournament.
BoB is next
The percentage of top tier participants dwindles with each passing year. They should keep this at a 1 and done rather than adding a new age group each year.
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:48 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:35 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 1:17 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
This is true.
If your kid played and had a good time and met new friends, that’s great. But don’t pretend this was an exclusive tournament by any means. Anyone who registered got a spot. That’s why single A kids ended up in AAA tournament.
BoB is next
The percentage of top tier participants dwindles with each passing year. They should keep this at a 1 and done rather than adding a new age group each year.
No money in that :lol:
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
And what are the "real AAA tournaments"? Let the kids have fun with their buddies. They're happy to win but they know it's just for fun. Hope you feel good bashing kids online, loser.
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 2:46 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
And what are the "real AAA tournaments"? Let the kids have fun with their buddies. They're happy to win but they know it's just for fun. Hope you feel good bashing kids online, loser.
The HHOF was a real tournament. It was also invite only so that means your kid didn’t get to go. The real tournaments are also Elite, not AAA. This is obviously foreign territory for you.
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 2:46 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
And what are the "real AAA tournaments"? Let the kids have fun with their buddies. They're happy to win but they know it's just for fun. Hope you feel good bashing kids online, loser.
Only 1 real spring/summer AAA tournament... it happened 2/3 weeks ago in Montreal.... AAA teams from around this area got owened.
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 3:42 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 2:46 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
And what are the "real AAA tournaments"? Let the kids have fun with their buddies. They're happy to win but they know it's just for fun. Hope you feel good bashing kids online, loser.
Only 1 real spring/summer AAA tournament... it happened 2/3 weeks ago in Montreal.... AAA teams from around this area got owened.
That was 2012 and up
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 2:58 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 2:46 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
And what are the "real AAA tournaments"? Let the kids have fun with their buddies. They're happy to win but they know it's just for fun. Hope you feel good bashing kids online, loser.
The HHOF was a real tournament. It was also invite only so that means your kid didn’t get to go. The real tournaments are also Elite, not AAA. This is obviously foreign territory for you.
Sure it was, full of double AA players....
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Some loser will say that Montreal was all AA/A kids.
Seems like the same dads that never get invites unless they need a 4th liner.
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 4:09 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 2:58 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 2:46 pm
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 9:10 am
Guest wrote: Mon Jul 08, 2024 8:34 am Only cash grab if you can’t afford it or not invited.
Do you pay for ice when they train? They get at least 4/games pending how bad your kid is. I assume yours really bad. Plus a weekend meeting new friends and playing a game the boys love
If you put your name on the mailing list you were invited buddy and if you paid the fee you were in. The only AAA kids who played in this tournament were the ones who couldn't make any of the real tournaments for AAA kids or the parents who have to keep propping up their kids to make them feel they're AAA.
This was another nothing tounament for nothing kids and delusional dads who think their kid still has a shot.
And what are the "real AAA tournaments"? Let the kids have fun with their buddies. They're happy to win but they know it's just for fun. Hope you feel good bashing kids online, loser.
The HHOF was a real tournament. It was also invite only so that means your kid didn’t get to go. The real tournaments are also Elite, not AAA. This is obviously foreign territory for you.
Sure it was, full of double AA players....
Now we know for sure that you weren’t invited. 😂😂😂
The talent at that tournament made PSI look like Timbits hockey
Guest

Re: Sports illustrated tournaments

Post by Guest »

Pretty sure we just witnessed the best goalie in the age group play
Post Reply
  • Similar Topics
    Replies
    Views
    Last post

Return to “2004 And Younger”