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London 1997 Green

June 21 2012 at 3:14 PM
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:14 PM 



1:45 PM
"And there sir lies the rub". If the talent is better you are correct and I would say for three of the F1's that they are better players. But the balance they would have trouble finding a position with a FC A or B team.
I find it really hard to believe that our bottom 4 F1's are better than CH, LM, SK, MT or CM from the AA team. A more glaring example was at our practice two weeks ago when that FC tender came out to replace our injuried goalie. You would have a tough time convincing me that our tender was better.
Talent is in the eye of the coach, but gezzzz. Come on.



 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:21 PM 

Which 3 F1's are illegal?

1.CM
2.?
3.?

JR & NW never skated a lap - does that make them "illegal"?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:25 PM 

Imports from Brantford, don't they have to go through the proper channels to get to London, and did they do that? Doesn't a local kid whether he is better or not get the nod instead of kids from Brantford.
Jesus, we got loads of kids that are just as good from London and you take two from Brantford?
Only happens in LJK land!!!!!!!!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:27 PM 

I got to beleive CM & BJ's parents juymped through the right hoops to get to LJK. Both parents were door openers with Brant last season and both kids were early cuts this season.


 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:27 PM 

CM signed and then started to get his releases, the alliance has been told about this,

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:35 PM 

AA may be better players but some have too much baggage and attitude. The coach would rather take someone with less ability and less attitude!!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:41 PM 

CM skated Sat Apr 28 with LJK (his ONLY skate). SR would have had to have an F1 from him to allow him to skate. If not, SR & LJK will face sanctions from OHF/Alliance and CM will be declared ineligible.


 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:44 PM 

PTS form not an F1 needed to skate and I see they have an ex game vs Sarnia coming up, for any in attendance just look at the bench and watch the coach and then you will see what type of year you are in for, he will be clueless, glorified door opener no idea how to coach but don't take my word for it just watch him at practice and on the bench

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:45 PM 

Who's the coach - SR or SB's daddy?


 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:47 PM 

doesn't matter ones a dumbass and the other is a glory seeker both types are bad when it comes to coaching kids

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 3:53 PM 

3:44 F1 needed to tryout for an AAA team that is not your home centre's AAA team.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 4:02 PM 

I have heard nothing good about SB.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 6:28 PM 

Complaints will be filed. Gold will be in trouble once the season gets rolling.
I'm not going to sit by and let this crap happen.
They've screwed over way too many kids the past few years, what goes around comes around.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 7:30 PM 

Green roster was approved by the LJK executive assistant. That is why it took so long to be posted

All the paperwork is in order.

There will be no forfieiting of wins.

Now go F___off and find another way to pre occupy your time.

It appears that one poster is dominating this site during the day.

HHHHHMMMMMM........I wonder who does not have a job and is umemployed or should I say unemployable!!!!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 9:24 PM 

I maybe wrong but does the Alliance not have the last say on the roster i.e. F1's etc. The LJK approve it and the submits it to the Alliance, at least that is my understanding of the process.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 11:01 PM 

7 F1s is waaaay too many and for that reason Green WILL be protested. It is OHF rules not LJK BOD or Alliance than supercedes. Brantford players can never F1 to London .... the only way is if they move for any reason other than Hockey.

Finally, players in the remaining zones, listed below, must obtain
waivers from all their adjacent zones then move closer to the waivers from all their adjacent zones then move closer to the
GTHL and then all surrounding areas from that zone, and con- GTHL and then all surrounding areas from that zone, and con-
tinue this procedure until one of the adjacent zones touches the tinue this procedure until one of the adjacent zones touches the
Lake Ontario Region then obtain waivers from the adjacent LOR Lake Ontario Region then obtain waivers from the adjacent LOR
Perimeter Centres/Zones.
a) Brant (Cambridge, Elgin-Middlesex, Huron-Perth, Hamilton
Jr. Bulldogs, Welland) Stony Creek Box (Burlington, Halton,
Hamilton, St. Catharines) Burlington Box (Oakville)
b) Cambridge (Brant, Guelph, Huron-Perth, Kitchener,
Hamilton Jr. Bulldogs, Waterloo) Guelph Box (Halton,
Grey-Bruce) Halton Box (Brampton, Oakville)
c) Chathan-Kent (Elgin-Middlesex, Lambton, Sun County)
Lambton (Huron Perth, Chatham Kent) Huron-Perth (Brant,
Cambridge, Grey-Bruce, Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo)
Guelph Box (Halton) Halton Box (Brampton, Oakville)
d) Elgin Middlesex (Brant, Chatham-Kent, Huron-Perth,
Lambton, London) Huron-Perth (Cambridge, Grey-Bruce,
Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo) Guelph Box (Halton) Halton
Box (Brampton, Oakville)
e) Huron-Perth (Brant, Cambridge, Elgin-Middlesex, Grey-
Bruce, Guelph, Lambton, Kitchener, Waterloo) Guelph Box
(Halton) Halton Box (Brampton, Oakville)
f) Kingston (Quinte) Quinte (Central Ontario, Clarington,
Peterborough) Central Ontario (Ajax-Pickering, Markham,)
g) Kitchener (Cambridge, Huron-Perth, Waterloo) Waterloo (Guelph)
Guelph (Grey-Bruce, Halton) Halton (Brampton, Oakville)
Policies169
h) Lambton (Chatham-Kent, Elgin Middlesex, Huron-Perth)
Huron-Perth (Brant, Cambridge, Grey-Bruce, Guelph,
Kitchener, Waterloo) Guelph (Halton) Halton (Brampton,
Oakville)
i) London (Elgin-Middlesex) Elgin Middlesex (Brant,
Chatham-Kent, Huron-Perth, Lambton) Huron-
Perth (Cambridge, Grey-Bruce, Guelph, Kitchener,
Waterloo) Guelph (Halton) Halton (Brampton, Oakville)
j) Niagara Falls (St. Catharines, Welland) Welland
(Brant, Stoney Creek) Stoney Creek (Burlington, Cambridge,
Halton, Hamilton) Burlington (Oakville)
k) St. Catharines (Niagara Falls, Stoney Creek, Welland)
Stoney Creek (Brant, Burlington, Halton, Hamilton)
Burlington (Oakville)
l) Sun County (Chatham-Kent, Windsor) Chatham
Kent (Elgin-Middlesex, Lambton) Lambton (Huron-Perth)
Huron-Perth (Brant, Cambridge, Grey-Bruce,
Guelph, Kitchener, Waterloo) Guelph (Halton)
Halton (Brampton, Oakville)
m) Waterloo (Cambridge, Guelph, Huron-Perth, Kitchener)
Guelph (Grey-Bruce, Halton) Halton (Brampton, Oakville)
n) Welland (Brant, Niagara Falls, St. Catherines, Stoney
Creek) Stoney Creek (Burlington, Cambridge, Halton,
Hamilton, Welland) Burlington (Oakville)
o) Windsor (Sun County) Sun County (Chatham-Kent) Chatham
Kent (Elgin-Middlesex, Lambton) Lambton (Huron Perth)
Huron Perth (Brant, Cambridge, Grey-Bruce, Guelph,
Kitchener, Waterloo) Guelph (Halton)

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 11:21 PM 

Go to bed........you are f--cked!!!!!!!!

All the proper releases thru zones were done.....leave it alone unless you have seen the paperwork

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 21 2012, 11:36 PM 

Brantford zone movement never gets to London .... it goes east. Same reason why London players can't F1 to Brantford.

Perimeter Centres/Zones.
a) Brantford (Cambridge, Elgin-Middlesex, Huron-Perth, Hamilton
Jr. Bulldogs, Welland) Stony Creek Box (Burlington, Halton,
Hamilton, St. Catharines) Burlington Box (Oakville)

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 12:22 AM 

Yes a brantford players can play in London. First you have to be released by your home centre. Once that happens you are suppose to go to one of the adjacent centres listed on the back of the waiver card. For the brantford boys to play in London they have to get a F1 waiver from all the adjacent centres first then they can go to London. Know the rules and how it works before you spout off!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:11 AM 

you can f1 to where ever you want as along as you get all the F1 waivers from all the centres you are travelling through to get to where you want to play.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:16 AM 

3:53 obviously you are not aware of the process and are just spouting off without knowing, to tryout for a team all you need is a PTS form, if the team wants to sign you then you must get an F1 form before signing. The Alliance only cares about paperwork if you provide the right papers they dont' care, unless they get complaints they typically don't check on fake papers should you chose to go that route

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:25 AM 

I guess you dont know what you are talking about, this year the Alliance was not using PTS for AAA because of the tryout structure with all teams starting at the same time. Once you were released from your AAA team you could get your F1 and move on. Those are the facts.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:40 AM 

8:25 is correct.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:41 AM 

and 8:11 is correct.

The rest is all mis-information.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:45 AM 

Get a life already people. Its green the basement dwellers remember.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:00 AM 

Game tonight against the lambton sting. Who's going to win?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:10 AM 

It's a friggin ex game against 2 teams that everyone says has no talent. So if that is true why do you care who is going to win? A few Greeners not dressing that will make the difference.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:15 AM 

excuses already?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:19 AM 

The only one not dressing is ML that I am aware of.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:21 AM 

No excuses. Just facts.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:27 AM 

Sure ok. LOL

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:29 AM 

Better get use that excuss all year. Thats why we take 19 players somebody is always hurt. Sarnia is in the same boat no doulbt. So time to suck it up play the game, win or lose.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:30 AM 

Excuses.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:36 AM 

Is SR going going have an F1 line?
Looks like he has enough for all to skate together on one line...

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:36 AM 

Excuses are giving reasons for failure before you start. Injuries at MM are a fact. Using a fact as a reason for failure is an excuse.
You my friend are making excuses.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 10:09 AM 

WTF?!? You my friend are an idiot! FACT!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 10:31 AM 

here is a question...how many actual London kids are signed and on this team?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 10:43 AM 

which kids on London aren't playing tonight???

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 12:20 PM 

10:09
Not sure the above poster does not make a point. A simple way of putting it is kids at this level always have injuries and are out of action. So what is the point in using that as an excuse. If we cannot beat Sarnia with what we can ice tonight we will have some real problems this year. Chatham beat them with none of their big guns in the lineup.
If you disagree, i can live with that, but unless you are six years old please find some other way of responding other than name calling. I gave that up at seven.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 12:35 PM 

for those at the game tonight please try and post pics of the coach with that blank look on his face, that will be priceless

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 12:56 PM 

Agree with 12:20

If We do not beat Sarnia, we are in serious trouble.



 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 1:56 PM 

check the date when cm skated and when he got his release from huron. im sure the alliance will be loooking

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 2:07 PM 

More important than if CM got a release would be, why the fuck would you pick him for your team? He ain't very good.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 2:16 PM 

You will be surprised at the Lambton team your playing tonight.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 3:07 PM 

For a Brantford player to become a London player as a F1 he must get releases from (Cambridge, Elgin-Middlesex, Huron-Perth, Hamilton
Jr. Bulldogs, Welland). This is outlined in the OHF rules and IF all releases you still can't goto London to play unless you move your primary family residence with verification of work changes or separation agreements. Those are facts.

It is true you must get releases progressively through zones, but through the zones that are set forth by the OHF. London is NOT a Brantford F1 option.

If there were NO rules regarding F1 zone movement then technically someone could get releases right across Ontario and never have to move.

Another option would be for a Brantford player to goto PEAC, but that wouldn't be an F1.













 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 3:30 PM 

Yes London is a Brantford option as long as he gets the right F1 waivers from the zones that he requires them from that are set forth by the Alliance/OMHA. The defencemen on Elgin that played for Huron Perth last year (think his name is MM), he's from owen sound, he had to get 9 F1 waivers to go to Elgin and look where he is.....in Elgin!!!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 4:31 PM 

9:10 why will they make a difference???

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 4:32 PM 

Lambton will win and who cares! Your green!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 4:41 PM 

431
YUP

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 4:42 PM 

At the very least any Brantford player will have needed 5 releases BEFORE signing a card with the Greenies. Without that potentially every Win or Tie is up for DQing this season.

And it is the OHF that sets the zoning rules NOT the Alliance or LJK BOD. The coaches should know this just like last season with the 96 Gold/EMC exodus. They had to fake several divorces and setup several fake address changes to facilitate that little scam. Going the F1 route will save $$ on moving, divorce lawyer and PEAC tuition, but without ALL the releases you still remain an illegal player.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 4:55 PM 

If you look at the 96 goalies you'll see at least 10 goalies who were hyped for years as the next coming of Patrick Roy. In the end a few got drafted and only one got signed so far. Most were never top goalies, but rather top hyped goalies. And many OHL teams have been fooled by the hype before and for that reason very few goalies get drafter in the 1st few rounds.

The few legit goalies are usually NOT found on the top teams around Ontario, most play on mid pack and lower teams and usually see 20+ shots/game. Many goalies on the top AAA teams end up devolving due to the

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 5:26 PM 

by the time they picked up these kids from brantford...its quite obvious that brantford didn't want them and neither did other centres around them....and if you can't make brantford who's a shitty AAA team then why would any of the surrounding AAA teams want to pick them up...it would be no problem to go through any other zone if your cut from a shitty AAA team. Nobody else would want you!! obviously the green coach didn't know what he was getting into and obviously not that bright!!!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 6:54 PM 

Cm's dad and the coach are buddies threw the theachers union and the brantford goalie came along for the ride

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:06 PM 

We will be fine tonight. Let it go people let it go.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 8:42 PM 

CM & BJ are a package deal. Their daddies were door openers last season to get their boys a spot. Brant wanted no part of either kids or dads this season. Enjoy them.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:01 PM 

Score from tonight's ex game at RBC centre:
Sarnia 3 Green 1

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 9:08 PM 

two powerhouses taking it to the max, must have been a great game!
they should have a round robin with chatham

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 22 2012, 10:38 PM 

806 I guess they were not fine.OOOUCH

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 9:01 AM 

Cm will be fine withLJK, what are all these brant people doing on here that didnt want him shouldnt you be getting ready for your season? o wait all your coach does is lay on the coach for the summer.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 9:37 AM 

The correct score from last nights game.
LJK Green-8 Lambton Jr. Sting-4

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 10:10 AM 

We're talking about CM's father, the guy who is still serving his suspension from high school hockey coaching after he was caught with illegal players, right? That's the kind of guy you want to hook up with. Good character. Have a fun season.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 10:59 AM 

Lambton a new tem to watch out for. Big and physical

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 11:30 AM 

Really if the score was 8-4 they are worse then last year

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 11:32 AM 

CM was not cut from brant, asked to leave because he didnt like the coach. CM's wouldnt learn from brantford and practices were weak.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 11:37 AM 

Green was not up to their full capacity

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 11:44 AM 

What does that mean you won 8-4 right

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 12:19 PM 

Lambton definitely a team to watch out for.
So far have lost to CK and now Green. Maybe line up a game with Brant?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 12:25 PM 

11:32
Spin it any way you want.
SA says he cut both CM & BJ.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 1:13 PM 

11 37 so the score should have been 10- 4 or worse that means Lambton is real bad

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 23 2012, 8:22 PM 

Wow you power house Green now its time to play a AAA team call Waterloo or even Windsor......

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 8:42 AM 

Its a new seaason and another new team

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 12:18 PM 

preseason games mean nothing, just look at the Maple Leafs lol

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 1:05 PM 

True its all about the playoffs right duster?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 1:27 PM 

playoffs??? so far the leafs know nothing about that, well hopefully this is the year. Green is the underdog team of the year, if they can pull it together they may reach .500.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 4:38 PM 

You are suppose to have fun this year it was set up that way. Zero experience at AAA coaching and no pressure on the kids to perform. So Green should do well. The kids are good kids, most brought in by DD and crew. hopefully a few are drafted by being able to freewheel with coaches who wont know the difference. Fun Fun Fun. Enjoy. You have a chance to finish first in your division!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 5:15 PM 

Now thats funny you have won 1 game against a AA team

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 6:00 PM 

a AA team that didn't even have a full roster of AA kids, well I guess the good news is there is allot of room for improvement so setting goals shouldn't be hard.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 6:13 PM 

have that Kermit song in my head "It's not easy being Green"

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 24 2012, 8:57 PM 

don't read to much into our win over lambton. They definately outshot us and had better scoring opportunities, thanks to a couple of posts and missed breakaways and fanned shots by Lambton the game could have easily been the other way. We scored some pretty bad goals on their goalie as their goalie was more shaky then ours.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:34 AM 

Many thanks to the peanut gallery for your analysis

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 8:59 AM 

I love how much time people invest in this team. How quick people are to judge the boys and coach on this team and how people explain that the team is going no where this year.
If that is the case then save your breath and don't come on this chat.
Green will do just fine this year! And before you all attack my post I am not suggesting they are going to win a bunch of tourneys or win the league but they will put forth a healthy fight to their competition!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 9:33 AM 

seems like many of the green parents and yourself are investing to much time

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 10:16 AM 

If we keep playing like we did on friday it will be a long year

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 10:59 AM 

Green played great! You're just a shit disturber!!!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 11:50 AM 

Gold
,
,
,
,
,
,
Green

Why is anyone discussing this team?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:15 PM 

Green .... stick boys for Gold.
Green .... sparing partners for the contender Gold.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:18 PM 

Heard from a good source that 3 F1s were denied ... Have fun with that

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:23 PM 

Heard from a good source that 3 F1s were denied ... Have fun with that

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:24 PM 

dreammmmmmm onnnnnnnnnnn

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:26 PM 

which ones were denied then?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:27 PM 

Any F1 who is denied must go back to their home center and play houseleague ... Looks good on them.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:29 PM 

wishful thinking ... but wrong ....

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 12:29 PM 

I call BS on this one

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 1:09 PM 

If your going to make up lies make up good ones

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 1:51 PM 

Good story however...

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 4:42 PM 

Your son was cut for good reason. Move on

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 6:27 PM 

That's just it. My kid was not cut for a good reason. He was cut so a tier 2 AAA team could bring in 7 F1's. Guess that's the thanks we get for our loyalty to the LJK program.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 8:28 PM 

Your kid was replaced by a kid that can play hockey. End of discussion.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 25 2012, 9:36 PM 

Are we not full of ourselves tonight Brantford Daddy, glad to see school is almost out.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 7:54 AM 

"Your kid was replaced by a kid that can play hockey. End of discussion."

This statement was not made by a Brantford parent. Complete and utter phalacy if it was.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 8:13 AM 

Now that is a truely cleaver way of wording that.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 3:40 PM 

7 F1's

Word has it the board is reconsidering. As past limit has been 5.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 4:10 PM 

You've got to admit that 7 F1's does seem a bit much. Especially since the reason for LJK Green existing is because "there are SO many AAA hockey players in London". What a pile of crap.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 4:23 PM 

How different is it that gold acquired F1's in a similar way
Plenty of " worthy " greeners were available to draw from
All about choices and consequences
Needs to be dealt with in the same way

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 4:43 PM 

No there was not any worthy greeners the ones that we got were the best of green that was left. What has gold done wrong they took 3 F1s and are allowed 5 last years MM team took 5 and all those players were clearly better then any ljk kids. Your coach is an idiot and did not know the rules and took kids that are not as good as kids that were cut. The gold team took F1 players that are better then the rest of the greeners big difference

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 4:54 PM 

Wake up
Keep believing the crap DD and DW feed you
Going to be a long disappointing season for you and your golden boy
Hope it was worth the 4 shifts a game he will get as a " role player"

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 5:55 PM 

Sorry those are the facts Gold did nothing wrong. Your coach screwed up.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 6:42 PM 

thanks jn! lol


 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 8:04 PM 

Just jealous DR your kid was cut again have fun

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 26 2012, 9:49 PM 

Green kids play
Gold kids sit
Big difference JN
Have fun with that fact

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 9:46 AM 

green is better then gold, green plays as a team and gold does not. Gold perception is that they can ride their few superstars, have fun with that.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 10:23 AM 

No F1's are leaving this team last I heard

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 10:38 AM 

Puzzling all the interest in green. Gold got 1st pick and selected the top players.


Green is green and will always be 2nd!

































 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 11:39 AM 

every year the same thing green think they are better then gold but never beat them your kids are on green for a reason

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 12:26 PM 

4:43pm Said "they took 3 F1s and are allowed 5 last years MM team took 5 and all those players were clearly better then any ljk kids."





A little FYI last years 96 gold team took 4 .... 1 being a goalie who never stepped on the ice. None were F1s ... ALL supposedly "moved" into LJK's area ie. fake divorce, move in with uncles or brothers or just write down a fake address.

1 was better than all on team. 1 was better than half the team. The other two were pretty much at the bottom of team and both would have been 3 rd liners on the 96 green team.

It's called hype and every year about a quarter of each LJK team get there because of daddy doing business with the coaches or some other BOD member, or out hyped over past years'successes.

It is called corruption and has been going on with the LJK organization for as long as anyone can remember. It is all a fraud. To some degree the same fakery happens at the FC level, but very little.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 12:54 PM 

I agree.
I have been around LJK for a number of years and it was never like this and never this bad.
Rules are now used when needed and ignored when convenient. It is hard to believe that hockey parents in this city continue to subsidize ice time for outside players. It was never like this before. The past prez would never let a kid from outside of the city take a spot from a London kid even if it meant icing a weaker team because once you opened the door, it would never stop. Now it has become a free-for-all with only a marginal improvement in the quality of play. LJK needs to return to its long term purpose of developing young hockey players at the expense of short term wins and useless Alliance championships. Otherwise, they should surrender their ice subsidy and take kids from the region. At a time when the city is looking for revenue or to cut expenses, it may now make sense to redirect the favourable ice rates exclusively to home grown teams that develop London kids. I just hope no one brings this up with City Council or LFP.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 3:28 PM 

Yes, don't bring this up to council ot the LFP - hush, hush.

I am certain they will care about 7 kids out of a population of 300,000 being displaced from a team they were "bubble kids" on anyways.


 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 3:49 PM 

Ok DR and your kid is the greatest hockey player london has ever seen.He had one good year in atom or peewee and then road the pine for gold and wasnt even close to being the top players on green last year have fun. It is not just the 7 from green but the 3 from gold and there is alot of other F1s on AA and from atom to peewee there are 2 or3 on each team.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 4:01 PM 

3 28 you are an idiot ther were about 50 london players at tryouts and 10 were displaced from outside players. The bigger question would be why with a population of over 300000 would you need to take players from outside the area.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 4:06 PM 

3:49 no F1's on AA.
They are players that tryed out for their closest AA centre as they are entitled to do per Alliance/OMHA regulations.

F1's are displaced players from other centres.



 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 4:55 PM 

4:01 PM Two things poster. Name calling at your age is impressive and very clever.
By your own numbers one if five were displaced. Seems high to me. Especially for a team that is a development team, NOT a Elite team. Esentially the only reason this team exists is because of all the AAA players in London.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 4:59 PM 

11.1 ALLIANCE Hockey F1 Form Waiver Policy

ALLIANCE Hockey Member Minor Hockey Associations cannot issue
waivers prior to an actual try-out. If a participant is released by his/her
home association, that participant will have the opportunity to try-out in
any of the adjacent AAA associations identified on the back of the F1 form
waiver. In the event that the identified adjacent association or associations
are closed and not accepting F1 form waivers the individual will have
the opportunity to participate in the identified adjacent centre that does
accept F1 form waivers. If a participant does not make the team to which
is identified as their adjacent AAA association he/she must return to their
Home Association.

ALLIANCE Hockey member associations will not issue waivers to participants
who are seeking an association of their choice.
Rationale:

ALLIANCE Hockey supports the Hockey Canada and Ontario Hockey
Federation rule that you play where you reside.

ALLIANCE Hockey believes in promoting community, and tomorrow’s
leaders through character, work ethic and determination.



There you go and if you look up to see what AAA Associations are adjacent zones to Brantford LJK IS NOT an adjacent zone.

So the only way a Brantford player can play LJK is if they move their primary address via faking a divorce or moving for school.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 5:36 PM 

Read it again numb nuts.
You are wrong

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 5:39 PM 

ljk bod is the problem.Green is a development team and as the above poster said the team was put together because this age group had so many players that could compete at the AAA level. the players brought in especially on green were not the best players available they were friends of lfd and the coaches friends.Every team green plays in the alliance and tournaments could protest every win they get . The above poster is correct read it for yourself the 2 brantford kids should not be playing on this team right now they are illegal players according to the alliance handbook this will be interesting

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 5:44 PM 

Development for what? It's minor midget! At this point it's about fielding the best team possible I'm sorry that didn't include your kid. Move on. You have all said the green team isn't going anywhere so why do you care and why would you want your kid to be a part of it?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 5:48 PM 

Call the Jr. Teams, the National teams, the Pro teams.... The above poster has re written sport. Development ends at MM hockey. No point in your kid going to practice as skilled as he is ever going to be. Please.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 6:21 PM 

xI*ţxQL; Æ

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 6:47 PM 

a) Brantford (Cambridge, Elgin-Middlesex, Huron-Perth, Hamilton
Jr. Bulldogs, Welland)

Those are the 5 adjacent zones for Brantford and any Brantford player MUST F1 to those zones and if cut from those zones .... then they must return to their home center.

Facts are your friend !!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 6:53 PM 

Unless they go the residential move route or register for PEAC.

All the 'imports' on last years 96 Gold team ALL did the residential move, fake divorce or moving for school thing. None were F1s since none attended EMC tryouts.

You'll see Green is going to forfeit every tie or win this season and the players and coach involved will receive the mandatory 1 year suspension from hockey. The exact same thing happened in Niagara last fall. The Marlies do it differently via a team law firm that spits out quickie separation agreements and parents deep pockets register any others in private schools to avoid the F1 rules altogether.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 6:55 PM 

if cut
he was not

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 6:58 PM 

Regardless if they were cut or not ....... there is no legal way period to go from Brantford to LJK unless you move your residence or move for school.

It will be a shame that the Green's season may be over before it starts because of illegal players.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 7:03 PM 

The reason the adjacent association rules were setup because 5 or 6 years ago a couple London area players tried to F1 to a GTHL team on a loophole. They would just commute for games and practice in London. OHF and Alliance stipulated the adjacent associations and it is pretty much etched in stone.

Either they register at PEAC or move to London .... anything else is illegal.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 7:42 PM 

if the adjacent centers had their teams picked they would be deemed closed to f1's which means he could by pass them into london

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 11:43 PM 

Not really because you can only use the designated associations that are classified as zones next to Brantford. Once the designated associations are exhausted you must return to your home association.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 27 2012, 11:45 PM 

When returning to your home association ..... the AA team must give you a tryout. And then to MD/AE and so forth.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 6:14 AM 

not if they no have no cards

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 7:07 AM 

The paperwork trail is in order.

Branford kids were released thru all zones.

Season will not be forfeited.

Coaches will not be suspended.

Now go F_CK OFF for the last time.


 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 7:22 AM 

For the last time....Brantford goalie will see NO icetime.
Now have a waisted good season.
And I have F_cked off

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 8:26 AM 

Back to this:
- F1's are in order
- it cannot be protested to OHF
- it cannot by protested to Alliance
- only place where a restriction or rule or regulation could have been put in place is with the association (LJK), LJK seemingly (or conveniently) has no limit or rule limiting F1's

Bottom line, F1's are "legal" and here to stay move on.

If you want it changed going forward, attend the LJK AGM and introduce a motion to limit F1's.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 8:45 AM 

You can only F1 to adjacent associations which is an Alliance and OHF rule ... LJK is not adjacent to Brantford and never has. Those are the rules .... Any circumvention of the process will result in 1 year suspensions.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 8:55 AM 

We checked into this as well, there is no restriction on F1's - all of the procedures were followed and each of the 7 got all of the f1's they needed to to get to London - crappy situation yes, but its done, time to move on

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 9:07 AM 

and 7 is 1 over the limit.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 9:18 AM 

You may have gotten all the F1s that you think were needed.... Sadly you are wrong and never looked at the Alliance/OHF rules which are above and very clear that you can only F1 to adjacent associations.

LJK has never been an adjacent association to Brantford. If you think this is legal then why even have rules or zones ?

Goodluck getting through your season without forfeiture .... LJK BOD cant br that stupid .... Or can they ?

If your perceived F1s are legal i'm fairly sure there would be more than few dozen parents who spent thousands in moving and private school fees who would be a little upset.






 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 9:50 AM 

11.1 ALLIANCE Hockey F1 Form Waiver Policy

ALLIANCE Hockey Member Minor Hockey Associations cannot issue
waivers prior to an actual try-out. If a participant is released by his/her
home association, that participant will have the opportunity to try-out in
any of the adjacent AAA associations identified on the back of the F1 form
waiver. In the event that the identified adjacent association or associations
are closed and not accepting F1 form waivers the individual will have
the opportunity to participate in the identified adjacent centre that does
accept F1 form waivers. If a participant does not make the team to which
is identified as their adjacent AAA association he/she must return to their
Home Association.

ALLIANCE Hockey member associations will not issue waivers to participants
who are seeking an association of their choice.
Rationale:

ALLIANCE Hockey supports the Hockey Canada and Ontario Hockey
Federation rule that you play where you reside.

ALLIANCE Hockey believes in promoting community, and tomorrow’s
leaders through character, work ethic and determination.



Seems pretty clear that you can only F1 to identified associations on your home association F1. In Brantford's case LJK is NOT identified. And it is clear you MUST return to your home center.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 9:56 AM 

you go through the process of getting f1"s in your area, if unsucessful you then return to your home cetner (Brantfrod) and they grant f1 to continue on

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 10:19 AM 

You cant continue tryouts beyond what is indicated on the back of the F1 from your home association.

Even if you could this would mean that these players would have tried out for and been cut from 6 teams before getting to London .... Obviously not the best case to say they are good enough to make the Green team.

Also you must have had at least one tryout for each Association.... Doesnt matter how you interpret the rules ... You cant go beyond the original F1s indicated adjacent associations.

If you got rejected from 6 teams then surely it indicates that maybe AA hockey at your home association is more appropriate.

Or is London a 'chosen' team by the players in question ? Well if so that is what this rule was intended to prevent.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 10:22 AM 

want to get answers? call the ohf and get them to do an investigation on this org. wtf you are all like kids ffs.
get on to another topic

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 10:23 AM 

really? leave it alone if OHF will do nothing about the TM, Rebels or OR what makes you think they will do anything about Green. Wasted time and energy getting all worked about this. Not fair in some ways but focus on making a team if your kid was cut.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 10:41 AM 

It's going to be a long summer for you folks. Let it go and move on, the kids have!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 10:44 AM 

This is an Alliance rule.

The Marlies are not Alliance affiliated and the Marlies dont usually break F1 instead they change residency which obeys HC & OHFs mandate to 'play where you reside'

To protest a call to the Alliance is needed and FYI the home association (Brantford) would be in violation if they sent these players to London on an illegal F1. And any adjacent association that released these players without a tryout are also in violation.

If the Alliance doesnt address the violation of their own rules then they become in violation with the OHF and HC.

LJK org should have knoen they cant accept an F1 ehich doesnt indicate LJK on the reverse side. This isnt rocket science here and the Alliance rules above are quite clear. These players carry on at AA in Brantford.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 10:51 AM 

Read the back of the Player intent to play form on the Alliance Web Site.
It is all there.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 10:51 AM 

Than make the call or shut the fu@k up cause we are all sick of hearing about it!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 11:05 AM 

My kid isnt even playing at the 97 level ... Im just trying to avert a tragedy for the Green team IF any other opponent 97 team decides to make that 'Call' and annull all your wins.

Ignorance isnt a good defence.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 11:10 AM 

Not ignorant just tired of all the bantering about something that sounds so easy to rectify. If all is needed is a phone call than perhaps that call should be made otherwise this is a moot subject and should be LET GO!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 11:10 AM 

Exactly make the call or shut up about it! Venting on here will not change anything.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 11:10 AM 

OMG....are you all fucking stupid and can't read.

NOW PAY ATTENTION!!!!

Brantford players must tryout at their own AAA home association. If they don't make the Brantford AAA team the players are then allowed to tryout at an adjacent zone which is listed on the back of the Waiver Card. Now with all the teams in AAA trying out at the same time and kids being held all the way to the signing date of Apr 30 this year some kids were left finding other teams, and many teams had filled their entire roster by this date and didn't have room or didn't want these two kids...maybe some didn't. Now if both the brantford players were carded by Brantford by midnight on Apr 30 they were to be given an F1 Waiver. These two Brantford players would then have to contact (Cambridge, Elgin, Huron Perth, Hamilton Jr Bulldogs) to see if they have room on their roster and seek a tryout with any of these teams. If none of these teams had room for these players they would also have to grant the two boys an F1 Waiver also so these two boys can pass through their zone. With Brantford being an Alliance team and if Elgin didn't have room for them and wouldn't sign them they would have given the boys an F1 Waiver, and because kids from Elgin can go to the London Knights that is the next zone through Elgin so as long as Elgin and all the surrounding zones gave the boys an F1 those two kids can choose to go through any of the alliance zones to their next adjacent zones that are taking F1 players...so the kids choose to go the London Knights route. Know if the Knights weren't accepting F1's the kids from Brantford could hve also gone to Lambton or Chatham because those teams are also adjacent zones to Elgin as long as those teams were accepting F1's but they didn't have to as London was . Know your shit before you get on here and learn to read and interrupt rules.


The rule that's posted above even says this (and its on the Alliance site)!!! "In the event that the identified adjacent association or associations are closed and not accepting F1 form waivers (this means all the surrounding zones which i stated above) the individual will have
the opportunity to participate in the identified adjacent centre that does
accept F1 form waivers (which means they can pass through elgin and to London if London is accepting F1's which they obviously are). If a participant does not make the team to which
is identified as their adjacent AAA association he/she must return to their
Home Association." (Well i guess they don't have to return to AA in Brantford because London signed them as an adjacent centre and was accepting F1's)

Fuck you people should just drive your kid to the arena and just shut up!!!!



 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 11:12 AM 

Again the only reason the 97 got a secound AAA team is because there are so manylondon 97 kids that could compete at the AAA level no other age group has a secound AAA team

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 11:32 AM 

YAWNNNN!!!!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 11:47 AM 

I think 10:22 is right, if it is really beating a hole up your ass then phone the alliance, phone the OHF, and phone hockey canada, the more compliants the better.
Or like he says, quit acting like a bunch of f'ng kids enjoy the summer and onto something different.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 12:01 PM 

You cant go through EMC to get to London unless you played for EMC last season.

Trying to pass through zones on a F1 is the reason the Alliance adopted the F1 policy. Either you move or you are back in Brantford.

Facts are your friend ....

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 12:04 PM 

Hey Mr. Facts?
You are wrong

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 12:05 PM 

Isn't there a Brantford kid on Gold?

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 12:13 PM 

yes he quit the zoo team(chiefs)like 5 other kids did and now is with LJK gold, BUT he played his last two seasons there(elgin) as well.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 12:15 PM 

AS IS ON GOLD, HE IS ALSO FROM BRANTFORD

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 12:20 PM 

11:10 FINALLY a person who knows what they are talking about. There has been nothing done wrong here except the stupidty of the coach actually taking 7 f1's

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 12:22 PM 

If he played for EMC the last 2 seasons then he can use an EMC F1 to get to London if London accepts the F1.

Trying to ride F1 s directly to London from Brantford is illegal .... London BOD should know that by now.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 1:04 PM 

12:22....its 11:10 again

Who says the Brantford kids are trying to hide they went through Elgin??? They went to their own tryouts and didn't get carded so they can go to an ajoining centre which i listed. Those teams didn't want them either so they all have to either sign them or give them waivers this is mandatory no if and or buts about it...sign or give Waiver. They your allowed to pass through any of the adjoining centres who didn't card you to a centre who is accepting F1's. London green was still accepting F1's so that's where they went and they got carded to the team. What else is their to say. Its legitimate....they're no governing body that going to remove their cards for this reason. They went through the proper channels to get their.

The only problem is possibly what are the rules on how many F1's a team can take. Copy and show me the rule on how many a team can take. This amount is usually set by the home association. If London didn't have a rule in place as to a max amount they're allowed you can't fault the coach for that, if your allowed F1's and the kid is better than what you have then you take the F1 kid (especially in the minor midget season) this isn't peewee and say we keep the home kid to develope into the future...minor midget season is about one thing and one thing only....WIN HOCKEY GAMES. If the association had a rule you can only take three then that's all you can take. If you wanted 4 you would have to ask your association to make an exception to the rule in this case. The question isn't how did the Brantford players get to the London team....because they did it properly and through the right channels (and this goes for any player who can do this)...the question is did or does London have a rule on how many F1's a team can take. If they have no rule what can you do but slap the coach on the wrist and make a new rule for next season. If there wasn't a rule then the London Association should also get a slap for being so neive and dumb!! Most home associations have a set maximum of players you can take as F1's. And yes I know theirs ways around it like going to a boarding school, or having your parents split and living with one parent in that zone or going to a school like appleby or peac or hill academy...their always loop holes or how you can twist the rules.

Move on, your not on the team, that's life...stop harping about it. Get your kid to concentrate on his new team and work his ass off on that team and fight his way back onto the major midget AAA team for next season. If your kid was a last pick on the team its highly doubtfull he would have been drafted anyways...relax...its just hockey and probably only 5-10 kids from the 97 birth year in Ontario will even make it to the NHL some day. Teach your kid other values......

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 2:01 PM 

1:04, you should think about going back to school. Your grammar is awful.

What is it about Minor Midget that people are so crazed about? It's not winning hockey games that matters, it's showcasing the kids in the best light possible for the scouts. There is no Grand Prize of Minor Midget. But...the home associations should be most concerned about the number of local kids that are on their teams and who get drafted. Seven F1's smacks of something horribly wrong within the Knights organization. There is no way that anybody can suggest that the BOD, coaches, or even the Alliance are doing the right thing here for the kids. After six years of AAA development, no way, nooo wayyy, do seven kids get shown the door, especially given the quality of some of the kids arriving via F1's. They are castoffs from their own organizations. In the case of the Brantford kids, they too have been shunned by their own organizations, in of itself a shitty deal, as they have both been around since Novice. So why should the families of London be displaced because of issues elsewhere? People should be hopping mad and correcting this violation.

I'm glad that my own kid is not going through this. We've thought of moving ourselves, but decided to stick it out in our own organization and see if our son's abilities are enough to get hm noticed. Once you look at the consequences of seven F1's, you begin to see all that is wrong with our great sport.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 2:03 PM 

so what your saying is that they went through all those teams and nobody wanted them, we can draw up 3 conclusions from this 1/ the players suck and nobody wanted them 2/ they are lying and cheated the system 3/ The parents are whacked and no team wanted to deal with them....oh actually might be a fourth....LJK coach is a dumbass and took damaged goods....none of these conclusions bode well for the LJK Green having a good year....good luck!!!!

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 2:22 PM 

It certainly does not bode well for the system in general.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 2:22 PM 

It all went through Alliance and all is good you Network (never stepup and get anything accomplished) 54ers. You can cry all you want. It was wrong what Green coach did, he has been repremanded and everyone moves on. The team will now win more games then they would have with the London plugs

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 2:28 PM 

ALLIANCE Hockey member associations will not issue waivers to participants
who are seeking an association of their choice.
Rationale:

ALLIANCE Hockey supports the Hockey Canada and Ontario Hockey
Federation rule that you play where you reside.


The F1 waiver you get is only from your home association ... you don't get waivers from the adjacent associations. You tryout for your home associations adjacent team/teams that accept F1s IF you don't make the team/teams you return to your home association and go to the next level down.

If you played for EMC for a season then you use their F1 to go to London.

If you really think what you did was legal than where does it end ? Does this mean you can tryout for every team in Ontario simply by jumping from F1 to F1 ?

That is what was happening in 2004/2005 and the adopted rule stopped it and that is why anyone wishing to jump to another non adjacent team or adjacent usually will go the 'move' route.... because you then reside there and that becomes your new home association.


 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 2:37 PM 

This isn't about F1s, policies, residency rules or any other work around.
This is about a principle. The Association is accepting a growing number of kids from outside the City and allowing them to play on ice that is financially subsidized by the residents of this City. A city the size of London should not need to draw players from outside the City's boundaries. And if it continues to do so, it should pay the true cost of the ice it uses.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 3:23 PM 

2 22 the kids that were cut wre far better then what was added and were better then half the returning green players you won one game against a AA team that from what I hear you were lucky the goalie was crap for the other team and you will still finnish 4 or 5 th in your division. Chatham beat that team. Do you get to go in Silverstick this year are you in the Marlies tournament just wondering

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 3:25 PM 

2:37 get off your "political high horse".

This happens every year every where in Ontario especially at Minor Midget. Coaches/Associations want to ice the strongest team. That is what it is all about.
I am certain these Outsiders (F1/Imports..whatever) pay just as much in taxes or probalby more than you do.......

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 3:39 PM 

3:23 you are a joke!
You start off by saying that those cut are better than those chosen (of which their egos and attitudes have super exceeded their abilities) and then you go on to slag the green team and where they will be playing and at what venues this year.
Worry about your own kid and where he is going not only this year but in life .
Perhaps a great life lesson will be learned this year as a result of your child getting cut. Maybe just maybe you will look back on this year and realize what an ass both you and your kid have been for the past 6 years and how much you have grown from this experience!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 3:57 PM 

All you people are a bunch of nut jobs every one of you. Reality about 5 or 6 will get drafted and probably 0 again from the green team so you sld all just shut the f up and let the kids play.All the kids have moved on to different AAA teams and your kids are on a AAA team be happy for that. Many kids got screwed by ljk but that is life.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 4:01 PM 

Just wondering if you are in any of the major tournaments that our team gets to participate in

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 5:01 PM 

I disagree, atleast 2 will be drafted from this team,

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 5:55 PM 

A Brant player must get releases: from Cambridge, Elgin-Middlesex, Hamilton, Huron-Perth, and Southern Tier. Once this is achieved he may try out for Burlington (which has 4 associations), than Grey Bruce (which has 6 Associations), than Brampton (which has 3 Associations), than Greater Kingston (only one), and the GTHL (which has 6 Associations).
You can’t jump over these associations from Brant to come to London.
I know for a fact that the London Board does not know what they are doing!
The Reference Guide to OHF AAA Adjacent Zones will substantiate the above.
Your board and coach fucked up and they should suffer the consequences as written

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 5:55 PM 

Just curious.....what 2?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 6:02 PM 

Whoever is a LFD sibling.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 6:51 PM 

He will not say because he does not want to get laughed at when he names his kid

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 8:04 PM 

To the LJK board.. Do Not Screw the kids out a competetive season. Make sure this F1 business is taken care of before the season truely begins. DW has already destroyed most of the 97 age group don't allow SR to do the same.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 28 2012, 8:40 PM 

To 8:04...use the spell check

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 9:08 AM 

5:55.... your a moron....your already jumping over association to get to the GTHL as per your comment. Your an idiot and have no idea what your talking about. They are an alliance centre team not an OMHA boundary team and have other alliance boundaries around them. How do you get to GTHL without going through Burlington, Oakville first....duh!!! shut up and get off the site. In fact call the alliance office, they will set you straight.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 9:57 AM 

Better still, why would you go through Kingston to get to the GTHL? Learn some basic geography before you post again moron.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 2:56 PM 

Over/Under on tonight's ex game vs sarnia?


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 3:34 PM 

Vegas odds are Sarnia -2.5

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 4:31 PM 

Green all the way, will play two lines and win 9-8, very strong D on this team

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 9:13 PM 

Final Sarnia 7, Green 4

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 9:14 PM 

you are correct that a release only allows you to go to an adjacent center, however, if you get a release from one of those adjacent centers, you can then go to any centers asjacent to that one. You can go from Windor to Hamilton is you get released the releases.

Windsor - Chatham - Elgin Middlesex - Brantford - Hamilton

If one of those centres blocks you, just go the other way around....

Windsor - Sarnia - Huron Perth - Waterloo - Kitchener - Cambridge - Hamilton

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 9:17 PM 

And every centre along the way is happy to collect your tryout fee.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 9:32 PM 

Is that score for real?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 9:39 PM 

So much for the winning record.... Kick golds ass. HA HA.... You have to love it. Time to get down to work and quite crowing about your strength.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 10:31 PM 

5-1 SARNIA

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 10:41 PM 

bull

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 10:56 PM 

You can only get an F1 from your association. The adjacent associations can only cut you not F1 you. You follow the home association F1 only. OMHA dealt with a player/ team that tried to leap frog out of their home center F1 and the player cant step on ice until November 16 of 2012.

The LJK Green team will learn the hard way come November when all their wins and ties get deleted from pointstreak... Yes thats what happens they admin login and simply hit delete. Suspensions are then sent to the home association. Sanctions are usually levied starting at $20,000 to all the leap frog F1 issuing offending adjacent associations at the same time.

Facts are your friend and enemy !!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 29 2012, 11:10 PM 

Facts are like friends, which is why you have to make yours up. Can be released by multiple associations.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 12:06 AM 

Lambton won tonight 5-1

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 12:08 AM 

of course you all are working with the assumption that green will actually have a win this year

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 12:46 AM 

11:10

You can be cut from multiple associations while riding your F1 from your home association which is why the rules state that you must return to your home association after exhausting all of the adjacent centers that were accepting F1s.

I really couldnt give a shit, but your team might when their wins get deleted.

Fact are your friend my illegal friend !!!!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 12:55 AM 

you are wrong

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 9:57 AM 

really who cares the F1s on green make them a better team. Local boys just couldn't compete

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 10:09 AM 

who was in net? ML or BJ?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 11:35 AM 

BJ in net. Definitely worth using an F1 card on him.

Score is correct 5-1 Sarnia

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 12:41 PM 

Well spent F1 I think. Good luck this year, your going to need it.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 12:44 PM 

Not worried, ML will see 75 to 80% of the ice anyways. Long drive from Brantford to sit.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 1:00 PM 

9 57 I GUESS YOUR F1 CANT COMPETE EVERYKID THAT WAS CUT ISBETTER THEN YOUR F1S. WHERE ARE ALL OF YOUR SKILLED PLAYERS .OH YEAH YOU DONT HAVE ANY. wERE LUCKY TO WIN THE FIRST GAME.BAD COACH BRUTAL PICKS AND I AN SURE BJ DAD WILL BE HAPPY PLAYING 25% OF THE GAMES NOT . SO THE ONLY WAY YOU CAN WIN IS WITH ML IN NET ALL THE TIME PROVES YOUR TEAM IS WEAK SO GO HAVE ANOTHER DRINK DR

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 1:12 PM 

The 25% thing will not happen BJ dad and the dumdass coach are friends. cant wait until we play you this year 10-1 or when the chiefs take you apart. you will get everything you deserve this year greeners.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 4:33 PM 


Reality finally hit home. How many shots you guys get against you 7. Funny how Brantford Daddy is now really quite.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 5:53 PM 

brantford daddy has way to much money or no brains if he is going to commute back and forth to london to watch his kid sit. 7 shots 5 goals? Not bad lol

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

June 30 2012, 8:22 PM 

tell me that is not true 5-1 to Lambton. Nice work boys..........

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 1 2012, 6:28 AM 

yup...its true. 5-1 for Lambton.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 1 2012, 9:52 AM 

back to the drawing board

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 1 2012, 10:46 AM 

Did not see the tryouts but what were our options other than the F1 goalie we picked up. JW struggled last year as well.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 1 2012, 11:19 AM 

if the options are not good then you go with what you know

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 1:08 AM 

obviously JN or PT

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 1:50 AM 


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 8:33 AM 

Little late for this speculation JN has quite hockey and I heard PT is already signed with Oakridge.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 8:54 AM 

So the F1 from Brantford has also signed. This is the team so make the best of it. Yes, RL will be missed, but we still have a very strong team and a very strong tender to replace him. Remember, we finished 2nd in regular season last year and gained some strong goal scorers. My son is looking forward to the season and so should you. Let this thread die!!!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 9:36 AM 

A very strong tender to replace him???? Smoke another one. Cut from Brantford for good reason.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 9:42 AM 

I am hoping even Brantford Daddy means ML..

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 10:16 AM 

So how do we have a very good team if we just lost to Lambton 5-1????

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 11:13 AM 

Whole team not dressed. Relax the team will come together. There is still plenty of time before regular season starts!!!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 11:37 AM 

Fair enough. But we dressed everybody but one dman and ML. We do have some major holes.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 12:39 PM 

1 dman and ML is not going to make a difference in a 5-1 game, especially after we just played Lambton. What happens when we play Elgin or Sun County????

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 1:28 PM 

Well what happens is we get crushed....

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 2:01 PM 

Differences will be made. It's a little premature to worry right now!!!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 3:14 PM 

We had better worry if our f1 goalie is going to play any games against the top teams we will get smoked. We were missing 2 players. No excuse should be able to beat this team wth out them. Defense is weak and have only one true goal scorer on the team

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 3:42 PM 

PT is on the AA team, not Oakridge.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 3:57 PM 

JW signed with Oakridge

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 4:15 PM 

Isnt gonna matter if you win or not when they all deleted in the end cuz of your illegal players.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 4:20 PM 

I love this "illegal player" theme.

Here it is once and for all:
All F1's went through proper channels and attained all needed releases along the way. LJK verified that with OHF/Alliance before any of the F1's were approved for the roster. They are APPROVED to register for LJK. LJK apparently has no limits on F1's in Minor Midget so they are good to go. THE END.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 5:01 PM 

8:33.....JN hasn't quit hockey, but has no where to play. West doesn't have an A team....

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 4 2012, 5:31 PM 

Glad to hear he has not quite. Would be a shame if he did, could he not play in Mt. Brydges as his father lives in Komoka? Good Kid.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 6 2012, 7:57 AM 

All quiet on the green site.

Let's now enjoy the summer.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 10:32 AM 

CM is a great dman and will help this team out a lot, Brant made a bad choice letting him go. Top 2 D on this team and on a lot of the top teams

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 11:09 AM 

thanks daddy he was cut from the worse team for A REASON and with the shit D green have it would be easy to be 1 or 2 but he is not

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 11:48 AM 

CM was cut because he didnt like the coach, we didnt wanna be there.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 11:50 AM 

That is the story for every kid who gets cut... Good enough to make the team but did not like the coach, politics, etc.... Get over it if you want people to leave this F1 mess alone Brantford daddy do yourself a favour and SHUT UP.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 11:56 AM 

yeah thats what you say that is what the castoffe from emc say but you did not quit before tryouts you got cut. If what you are saying is true then you would have asked for your release after the first tryout but you did not your kid got cut.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 11:58 AM 

coach had it out for cm an wanted to screw him over, couldnt get his release at the start

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 12:20 PM 

Ok dad same with the goalie right. Cm dad shut up you think we are all stupid your kid got cut you were a big reason why and ljk will find that out soon enough

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 1:07 PM 

We're talking about CM's father, the guy who is still serving his suspension from high school hockey coaching after he was caught with illegal players, right? That's the kind of guy you want to hook up with. Good character. Have a fun season.


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 1:08 PM 

one has nothing to do with the other,

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 1:22 PM 

It shows what kind of idiot your are dealing with and you will find that out soon . Have fun

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 2:54 PM 

you dont know what your talking about his a great kid and the 2 brant boys will out work all the guys on the team this year.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 3:13 PM 

CM not even close to top 1 or 2 dman on this team, hate to burst your bubble. As for out working the team? Not so far but is fitting in nicely.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 4:23 PM 

you guys are going to have alot of fun with these idiots this year hopefully the g sees limted action or you can count on loosing every 2nd game.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 7 2012, 6:28 PM 

July 7 2012, 2:54 PM

Out work the other players????? Have you seen these two in action especially the G. I would have to say you have rose coloured glasses one. That kid looks like he could care less if he is there half the time, the other half of the time he is leaning against the cross bar. As member of this team my advice to you two Brantford Dads the less you say the better off you and your kids will be because nobody believes the sh.. you spew.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 8 2012, 9:56 AM 

This team passed up on better D then they have, everyone knows it...but not everyoneknows why? ...looking forward to watching you play this year, the average teams will blow you out!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 8 2012, 5:19 PM 

Same thing happened with last years 96 green team ....... much better Fs Ds and Gs were cut down to FC. Last years green team would have been beat by more than a few AA seeded teams.

If you cut ... just enjoy your season in AA cause it ain't gonna be fun losing ALL the time on green. Imagine spending over $1000 on a tourney out of town to only be cut down 3 games straight.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 1:01 PM 

So mister hockey who from last years green team should of been moved to AA and what ones should of played AAA that played AA last year
let me guess your kid was cut???
I am not saying you are wrong just wondering why this is still a topic a year later.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 1:04 PM 

Because he has nothing else better to come up with .

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 2:33 PM 

1:01 no need to name names, BTW my kid didn't even go to the tryouts, but it was obvious for 3 or 4 that should have been on that team. I saw more than a few Green games and it was painful to watch. Maybe it was the new coaches lack of player knowledge or something, but even parents on the team raised their eyebrows and scratched their heads over some of the players left of the team.


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 3:27 PM 

Leave it alone.

There are always questions no matter what team or age.
Don't think all the green parents are satisfied. Maybe only 7??? if you get that.
Don't believe everything you read esp if this is your "book of knowledge reference"

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 5:39 PM 

I believe the players that were cut were cut for a reason. Parent cuts or attitude cuts, call it what you want. Either way they didn't change the team last year so I'm sure they won't be missed this year.
Sorry to burst your bubble!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 5:42 PM 

your kids got cut for a reason and the brant kids brought in were brought in because they are better then what we had. Goaltending is much improved and the dman will quickly become the coaches go to guy.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 5:51 PM 

Quit stirring the pot. There is no one from Brant that will be the Coachs go to anything!!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 5:52 PM 

Dream on Dad, the Brantford D and the Lambeth D are A players from a C center at best.
Cant fool anyone that knows so just say nothing.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 9 2012, 6:10 PM 

Brantford Daddy please just SHUT UP. Both of your kids had no hope in hell of making this team and nobody understands how you got there excepts for pictures of the coach with small barn animals. Some of the AE kids we picked up are better. So if you want to make the best of a bad situation stay off here. We have three legitimate F1's, some LFD kids and your guys. Two of them say nothing and you clowns are here pimping your kids.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 10 2012, 9:13 AM 

We're talking about CM's father, the guy who is still serving his suspension from high school hockey coaching after he was caught with illegal players, right? That's the kind of guy you want to hook up with. Good character. Have a fun season.


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 10 2012, 9:57 AM 

This is DM and I would appreciate whoever is writing about me and my son to stop pretending to be me. I was informed of what was being written on here and I could not believe that someone would stoop so low in an attempt to make us look bad.
The problem with this type of forum in that there is no accountability and it is easy to speak anonymously. Connor was not cut however,I we know he will have to prove himself here. Connor is thoroughly enjoying this opportunity to play in London and If you would like to talk to me about anything, come find me at a practice.
Go Knights Go!!

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 10 2012, 12:01 PM 

Ok daddy you were the same last year

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 10 2012, 12:04 PM 


***** This is a generated blanket post to this thread ****** Your thread
has been violated by a person who likes to call himself OP.
He is well as a rude and
ignorant person who insists on going on N54 to harass people who want to
talk about what is happening in there own centers. He uses the most vulgar
and disgusting language as he tries to antagonize the people on different
threads. I know it is hard but PLEASE try to ignore him and work around him.
He is not worth the time or energy. Now back to your posting. Thank you for
your time.

Signed ....


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Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 10 2012, 1:17 PM 

It's elementary, dear Watson.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 11 2012, 11:32 AM 

DM you've been saying the same thing thy entire time now your trying to cover your tracks, and act like your not on N54 someone told you about this. Liar

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 11 2012, 9:23 PM 


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 11 2012, 9:30 PM 

Calling CM a liar is a bit harsh, but your point is taken. As much as this F1 Business pisses me unless the Alliance over rules this is all a done deal.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 11 2012, 10:27 PM 

Talked to the alliance today and they confirmed the LJK F1s have NOT been approved yet and said they wont decide until after their August meeting with approval or denial to be sent im September.


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 11 2012, 10:45 PM 

The Alliance also wouldnt confirm if a complaint was lodged or not but they did say ' We are currently investigating the legality of multiple F1 issuances from multiple centers involving multiple players and we are awaiting an OHF response before we finalize a ruling'

Makes you go hmmmm.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 11 2012, 10:58 PM 

If its any precedent or not a player tried F1ing from Oakville to Niagara last season and the alliance ruled against it in November and the kid ended playing Highschool only with one coach being suspended for a year and fine levied against 4 centers that issued illegal F1s along the path .... I believe each center was fined $5000. You can only ride the original F1 to adjacent centers from your home center.

Cant wait til i can say i told you so hahahaha

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 6:43 AM 

I heard the same thing from a team manager in another centre. The question I have is if the rulng is against some of our F1's (I have heard as high as four and as low as two) what next. The AA team is picked and signed, the FC teams are picked and signed. I would think we would draw from the AA team, but where does that leave them. Also what happens to the displaced F1's? This whole thing is a mess and has the potenital to get a lot worst. The players who were cut got screwed by being replaced by "some" of these F1's. The F1's get screwed if they have to go back to their home centre and have no where to play.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 7:56 AM 

The reason most players 'move' or 'fake a divorce' is to bypass the F1 rules. Trying to ride multiple F1s to get through multiple non adjacent centers has been a big no no for several years. It's definately a head scratcher as to why someone would try that route or why LJK would even accept them.

Years ago before adjacent F1 rules were in place two players tried riding F1s from EMC all the to the GTHL .... The loopholes were then closed most players move for school or fake a divorce and live with relatives or out of a fake address.

Some people just have to learn things the hard way i guess.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 8:13 AM 

I heard this from some reliable sources too. LJK are, and could be in some big doo doo. The other negative thing is, if it comes down to shutting these F1's out, and if they have to draw from the AA team, it will weaken I think an already strong team.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 8:16 AM 

No one from AA wants to be part of this mess, I can assure you of that.

I can just hear SR's call:
"Hi Joey, I know I released you a month or two back but it seems I may have an opportunity for you after all....."

SR you made your bed, now sleep in it.


 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 9:06 AM 

2 missing off of AA roster.

Plan B for SR?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 10:23 AM 

No plan B there, one off to Chatham the other one I don't know about.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 12:58 PM 

July 11, 10:58

The Alliance ruled on two centers that aren't even part of the Alliance?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 1:46 PM 

Actually it was the OHF who made the ruling , the Alliance was involved because at least 1 F1 came though an Alliance center i believe. The OHF sets the adjacent centers of which any F1 can goto.

The original offenders years ago actually leap frogged F1s via the Alliance all the way through to the GTHL and for that reason the OHF defined adjacent centers for F1s for the entire province.

You get the F1 from your home center and turn it over and your adjacent centers are listed there. You cant take an adjacent center's F1 and try and leap frog along. You return to your home center if you exhaust all your adjacent centers and if none are accepting F1s you must return to your home center.

The primary focus for this rule is such that you play where you reside.

If an adjacent center gives you a F1 and its not your home center then that adjacent center is in violation of the OHF rule and they too become just as guilty.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 2:32 PM 

Don't need a release from an Alliance centre to go to an OMHA centre.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 12 2012, 2:34 PM 

enough talk already about picking greeners.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 15 2012, 2:35 PM 

Everyone gone away for the weekend where did you go to Brantford

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 16 2012, 7:41 AM 

We're talking about CM's father, the guy who is still serving his suspension from high school hockey coaching after he was caught with illegal players, right? That's the kind of guy you want to hook up with. Good character. Have a fun season.

DM, thanks for your earlier reply about CM. You didn't address the comment made above. You've told us about how wonderful your son is, so please tell us about how much of a stand up guy you are.

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 19 2012, 5:28 PM 

Everyones meltdown all over now kids

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 19 2012, 11:00 PM 

What do u mean

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 19 2012, 11:27 PM 

tic toc tic toc kabooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooom

 
 
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 21 2012, 9:49 AM 

all is good

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 21 2012, 5:05 PM 

Will you win 7 games this year?

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 8:50 AM 

At least 12 to 15.

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:18 PM 

8

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:19 PM 

7

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:20 PM 

6

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:21 PM 

5

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:22 PM 

4

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:23 PM 

3

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:24 PM 

2

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:26 PM 

1

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:29 PM 

That's all

 
 
Anonymous
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Re: London 1997 Green

July 22 2012, 3:35 PM 

#301

 
 
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