Major Midget vs Jr C,D

Major Midget vs Jr C,D

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October 18th, 2011, 8:39 pm #1

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
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October 18th, 2011, 10:32 pm #2

Let's say you're right. What about Jr. B, how does it compare?
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October 19th, 2011, 2:55 am #3

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
Watched the Major Midget tournament in Ottawa . It is the no hit little guy league .
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October 19th, 2011, 2:09 pm #4

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
Which on most nights, would beat the big guy, can't skate, all I want to do is hit & fight league
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October 19th, 2011, 4:59 pm #5

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
"Watched the Major Midget tournament in Ottawa . It is the no hit little guy league ."

I watched the same tournament and I don't entirely disagree. However some teams were definately more physical (not the biggest teams either). Allot of confusion amongst players with the the new head shot rules. Certainly seems to favour the smaller forwards.

The crap after the whistle is way down with the new rules in Midget AAA league play. I am guessing not so much with Junior B or C?
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October 20th, 2011, 2:06 pm #6

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
Not sure if this type of officiating will continue or not. I know playing in the ETA you can't loook at another players head without getting a penalty. In the Ottawa tourny, it seemed to be be shots that could have been avoided. Unfortunately for the taller guys guys that means almost every hit.

One solution might be to develop 2 leagues. One for guys over 6 foot and one for guys under 6 foot. Either that or have no contact at all as there seems to be 2 standards.
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October 20th, 2011, 5:48 pm #7

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
More games, more practices, and more opportunity for ice time at the Major Midget level

This isnt even worth discussing

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October 21st, 2011, 1:59 am #8

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
how bout get a life folks. No one is going anywhere but to the beer leagues.
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October 21st, 2011, 3:24 am #9

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
Less cost, less travel, no stupid 'lets make money for the centre' tournaments in jr.
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October 29th, 2011, 4:24 am #10

If your kid is 16 playing Jr c or d your setting him up to fail. Major Midget kids develop better then kids playing Jr c or d. I am sure a decent major midget team could beat a Jr c or d team. Just trying to explain reality you silly parents
How many 95's can you dress for a Junior b game.
I thought it was 2 but I am not sure anyone know.
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