Seymore... consider this.January 22 2004 at 3:38 PM
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No bias , just the facts. Ask your players who and how many are moving to go to university this year. Should be no surprise, all the applications are supposed to be done by now.
Ask both your Last year midgets and Junior AA- grade 12's
Now ask yourself, how many midgets from your Midget AA team that are left are able or reasonably able to fill the spots vacated.
Oops , now where do you get the players to play for the 'cudas. Especially hard to recruit on a non contender team when your location has proximity to several contenders. You see Burlington forgot there were players over 17 not attending university and they were cast aside and have gone elsewhere or quit.
To set up a powerfull program all age groups have to have developement and strength across the board, not just one age group. By the standings alone,Midget and Junior - Burlington is suffering, a sad demise for a powerfull hockey entity.
We believe you should have won something first. Playing with the best, take golf for example, means you play a better game if you play with Tiger Woods, but like Tiger, he didn't get to where he is because he played with Jack Nicklaus. He had to win a couple things on the way.
PS- let us know the numbers of your college applicants. thanks
- You're not making sense...again - Anonymous on Jan 22, 4:35 PM
- Re: You're not making sense...again - Anonymous on Jan 22, 4:41 PM
- Who is playing where is irrelevant... - Anonymous on Jan 22, 4:52 PM
- Re: Who is playing where is irrelevant... - Anonymous on Jan 22, 4:55 PM