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nic29+ 08-24-2005 10:23 AM

We all know that hockey is back,
 
and yes I excited but I'm more excited that my son's going to be playing again soon.



Do you have kids playing hockey? If so at what age level?


My son is 8 and he plays Senior Novice. Even though this is only his 3rd year in hockey, there's nothing I enjoy more than watching him play. NHL comes in a close 2nd. ;)

Galchenkel 08-24-2005 10:34 AM

Great for you. Be proud of him. :handclap:

nic29+ 08-24-2005 10:43 AM

I am very proud of him. :D


It's actually funny because he knows hockey is starting agian soon and he's already tried on all his equipment and it practicing his slap shot in the hallway. He tells me that hockey is almost here and he needs to practice.

NJDevs430 08-24-2005 06:25 PM

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Originally Posted by nic29
I am very proud of him....It's actually funny because he knows hockey is starting agian soon and he's already tried on all his equipment and it practicing his slap shot in the hallway. He tells me that hockey is almost here and he needs to practice.

Good luck to him this year...
}:-)>
I hope hockey takes him as far as he wants to go.

JeffW 08-24-2005 07:37 PM

My boy is starting his 7th year. He'll play goal for our Bantam A team and also be back up goalie for our Midget AA team.

I'm am asst coach on his team and I love that we can do this together. I think he does too (for the most part).

KariyaIsGod* 08-24-2005 11:38 PM

I've got the championship game for my ball hockey league tommorow so really the off-season is actually starting for me...

Time to be a rink rat once again...

CRUNK JUICE 08-25-2005 03:09 AM

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Originally Posted by nic29
I am very proud of him. :D


It's actually funny because he knows hockey is starting agian soon and he's already tried on all his equipment and it practicing his slap shot in the hallway. He tells me that hockey is almost here and he needs to practice.


Heh. I used to do that all the time.... Much to detriment of my parents' garage door. :D

Puckboy 08-25-2005 09:42 AM

My son will be 5 soon and starts learn to play hockey this year. Not sure who is more excited him or me

hockeystud938 08-25-2005 10:41 PM

i don't have a son or anything but i am 15 and i play midget AA and i also play on the varsity team at my high school the only freshman on the team yea baby :yo:

nic29+ 08-25-2005 10:45 PM

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Originally Posted by CRUNK JUICE
Heh. I used to do that all the time.... Much to detriment of my parents' garage door. :D


Well my son has already smashed out one of the hallway lights and scraped up my newly painted walls but I still let him play there. I also put hardwood floors in there and he puts on his slippers (house skates) and goes like a bat out of hell. It's actually fun watching him or playing with him.


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Originally Posted by Puckboy
My son will be 5 soon and starts learn to play hockey this year. Not sure who is more excited him or me


That's actually the best year. They are so cute and it's amazing how fast they learn.

teamstag 08-26-2005 01:32 AM

:handclap: Great to hear. I can't wait til Winter :)

JOHNBOY 08-29-2005 10:04 PM

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Originally Posted by teamstag
:handclap: Great to hear. I can't wait til Winter :)

same here

Hockeymom67 09-13-2005 12:35 PM

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Originally Posted by nic29
and yes I excited but I'm more excited that my son's going to be playing again soon.



Do you have kids playing hockey? If so at what age level?


My son is 8 and he plays Senior Novice. Even though this is only his 3rd year in hockey, there's nothing I enjoy more than watching him play. NHL comes in a close 2nd. ;)

I have four boys that play hockey.The oldest is 12 and plays PeeWee A second year.The other one is 10 and plays Atome BB second year,another one is in Novice B and that's also his second year in that level . Last but not least my baby is 6 and is finishing up his third year hockey program.Let me tell you I spend most of my weekend at arenas.I love Hockey!!!

nic29+ 09-14-2005 09:33 AM

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Originally Posted by Smirnoff
I have four boys that play hockey.The oldest is 12 and plays PeeWee A second year.The other one is 10 and plays Atome BB second year,another one is in Novice B and that's also his second year in that level . Last but not least my baby is 6 and is finishing up his third year hockey program.Let me tell you I spend most of my weekend at arenas.I love Hockey!!!


Wow. What about out of town games? How do you manage all them when they have to go to different places?

Hockeymom67 09-14-2005 01:19 PM

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Originally Posted by nic29
Wow. What about out of town games? How do you manage all them when they have to go to different places?

First of all, games for the youngest only start after the hollidays.So that leaves me three and if I'm lucky ,someone like a neighbour,a grandparent will take one to his game .I've been pretty lucky it's never happened that all four were somewhere totally different all at once.Our hockey association kind of makes the schedule in a way that if our town is in that area they will play all levels there that same weekend so it cuts down on travelling a bit.It will most likely cost me a fortune this winter with the price of gas...

Ozolinsh_27 09-28-2005 03:57 PM

I don't have a kid playing hockey, but my younger brother plays and his evaluations are this weekend actually. Its been amazing watching him grow up and playing all the age groups and finally see him at Midget age group.

He went to a midget AAA tryouts earlier this month and was told he would've made the team if he was not injured (sprained knee), by all reports he was the most dominant defenseman. Disappointing for him, but he has Tier 1 to fall back on this weekend, unless politics screw him over once again as it did last season.


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