2010 GTHL AAA

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Lots of kids choosing to do that this time of year. There’s a few on each team. I cant wait for this season to be over, for most of us it will be on monday TFG.
But why are we teaching our kids it's okay to quit? You tried out for whatever team you play for, you accepted a position to play, which could have been given to other kids. And then when the season isn't going as expected or the way you want it to you let them quit on their team and teammates.

No matter how bad it gets kids should stick it out until the end.

Do you endure a toxic environment or quit/leave?
If it’s so toxic you should do the right thing and let the right people know. Hockey is a joke in Ontario and unless the victims start taking some action it will only get worse.
Who are you going to tell? The owners? They didn’t care they just want to see 17 jerseys filled every year.
The league won’t do anything either.
No but we as parents need to teach our kids how to deal with toxic environments. Let's get real they live in the real world they will be in toxic situations their whole lives, you don't think school can be toxic for some kids? They won't have the opportunity to quit and walk away all the time.
Exactly! But let's get real kids now aren't quitting because it's a toxic environment. They were told they won't be on the team next year so they are pissed, so quit rather than see it through to the end and show other teams your skills.
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But why are we teaching our kids it's okay to quit? You tried out for whatever team you play for, you accepted a position to play, which could have been given to other kids. And then when the season isn't going as expected or the way you want it to you let them quit on their team and teammates.

No matter how bad it gets kids should stick it out until the end.

Do you endure a toxic environment or quit/leave?
If it’s so toxic you should do the right thing and let the right people know. Hockey is a joke in Ontario and unless the victims start taking some action it will only get worse.
Who are you going to tell? The owners? They didn’t care they just want to see 17 jerseys filled every year.
The league won’t do anything either.
No but we as parents need to teach our kids how to deal with toxic environments. Let's get real they live in the real world they will be in toxic situations their whole lives, you don't think school can be toxic for some kids? They won't have the opportunity to quit and walk away all the time.
Exactly! But let's get real kids now aren't quitting because it's a toxic environment. They were told they won't be on the team next year so they are pissed, so quit rather than see it through to the end and show other teams your skills.
My kid has been on teams he’s being cut from, team that are blowing up and teams with A-hole coaches. He’s always stuck it out. Quitting is for quitters. If there’s abuse or a toxic environment call the G or Hockey Can or the media and make your kid safe. But if you’re teaching your kid to quit because he doesn’t like it anymore then you’re parenting poorly. I hope the kid isn’t on my kids team next year.
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Do you endure a toxic environment or quit/leave?
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If it’s so toxic you should do the right thing and let the right people know. Hockey is a joke in Ontario and unless the victims start taking some action it will only get worse.
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Who are you going to tell? The owners? They didn’t care they just want to see 17 jerseys filled every year.
The league won’t do anything either.
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No but we as parents need to teach our kids how to deal with toxic environments. Let's get real they live in the real world they will be in toxic situations their whole lives, you don't think school can be toxic for some kids? They won't have the opportunity to quit and walk away all the time.
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Exactly! But let's get real kids now aren't quitting because it's a toxic environment. They were told they won't be on the team next year so they are pissed, so quit rather than see it through to the end and show other teams your skills.
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My kid has been on teams he’s being cut from, team that are blowing up and teams with A-hole coaches. He’s always stuck it out. Quitting is for quitters. If there’s abuse or a toxic environment call the G or Hockey Can or the media and make your kid safe. But if you’re teaching your kid to quit because he doesn’t like it anymore then you’re parenting poorly. I hope the kid isn’t on my kids team next year.
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Quitters never win and winners never quit
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But why are we teaching our kids it's okay to quit? You tried out for whatever team you play for, you accepted a position to play, which could have been given to other kids. And then when the season isn't going as expected or the way you want it to you let them quit on their team and teammates.

No matter how bad it gets kids should stick it out until the end.

Do you endure a toxic environment or quit/leave?
If it’s so toxic you should do the right thing and let the right people know. Hockey is a joke in Ontario and unless the victims start taking some action it will only get worse.
Who are you going to tell? The owners? They didn’t care they just want to see 17 jerseys filled every year.
The league won’t do anything either.
No but we as parents need to teach our kids how to deal with toxic environments. Let's get real they live in the real world they will be in toxic situations their whole lives, you don't think school can be toxic for some kids? They won't have the opportunity to quit and walk away all the time.
Exactly! But let's get real kids now aren't quitting because it's a toxic environment. They were told they won't be on the team next year so they are pissed, so quit rather than see it through to the end and show other teams your skills.
Everyones acting like its the kids quitting. 99% of the time the kids ALWAYS want to show up to the rink, they love the game.
Its you parents fed up with the situation for reasons we all know and you pull your kids from finishing the year out.

You putting your kid in a situation be does not belong in is your own fault and your setting them up for failure. The best situation for your kid is one he excels in!
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JC back on the nats bench for 2024 :lol:
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Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 11:53 am JC back on the nats bench for 2024 :lol:
This is the most ridiculous decision. What kind of parent do you need to be to intentionally put your kid in that environment?
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Do you endure a toxic environment or quit/leave?
If it’s so toxic you should do the right thing and let the right people know. Hockey is a joke in Ontario and unless the victims start taking some action it will only get worse.
Who are you going to tell? The owners? They didn’t care they just want to see 17 jerseys filled every year.
The league won’t do anything either.
No but we as parents need to teach our kids how to deal with toxic environments. Let's get real they live in the real world they will be in toxic situations their whole lives, you don't think school can be toxic for some kids? They won't have the opportunity to quit and walk away all the time.
Exactly! But let's get real kids now aren't quitting because it's a toxic environment. They were told they won't be on the team next year so they are pissed, so quit rather than see it through to the end and show other teams your skills.
Everyones acting like its the kids quitting. 99% of the time the kids ALWAYS want to show up to the rink, they love the game.
Its you parents fed up with the situation for reasons we all know and you pull your kids from finishing the year out.

You putting your kid in a situation be does not belong in is your own fault and your setting them up for failure. The best situation for your kid is one he excels in!
These coaches are usually snake oil salesmen. Most of the time you don’t know what you’re getting until it’s too late. There should me safety’s in place to protect the minors playing at this age.
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Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 12:01 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 11:53 am JC back on the nats bench for 2024 :lol:
This is the most ridiculous decision. What kind of parent do you need to be to intentionally put your kid in that environment?
A poor parent looking for freeeeeeeeeebies. Those who go will know they did their kid a disservice, those who stay are just as bad if not worse than the coach.
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Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 1:30 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 12:01 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 11:53 am JC back on the nats bench for 2024 :lol:
This is the most ridiculous decision. What kind of parent do you need to be to intentionally put your kid in that environment?
A poor parent looking for freeeeeeeeeebies. Those who go will know they did their kid a disservice, those who stay are just as bad if not worse than the coach.
I’m glad he’s back. Those who stay just get worse and worse. Imagine 4 or 5 yrs without a playoff game. Losers attract losers I guess one big happy family.
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Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 1:30 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 12:01 pm
Guest wrote: Sun Feb 11, 2024 11:53 am JC back on the nats bench for 2024 :lol:
This is the most ridiculous decision. What kind of parent do you need to be to intentionally put your kid in that environment?
A poor parent looking for freeeeeeeeeebies. Those who go will know they did their kid a disservice, those who stay are just as bad if not worse than the coach.
More embarrassing for this organization than anything. Why put a guy who has threatened to shoot people right in front of kids in a position of leadership?
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