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05-23-2009, 05:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Jamesius87 View Post
I play in a B level adult rec league and I've played center on my current team for a few years. The team chemistry is great, we are the only undefeated team in the league. Except, the team is stacked now, and alot of the players want to keep running up the score and getting more goals for themselves. I've started to get bored clobbering teams that don't have as many players or have players who are just starting to learn/ improve etc.. and getting less ice time because of a over crowded roster/ players wanting to stay out longer and score more goals.

I was thinking about going to one of those weaker teams. Have any of you all done this to improve/ get more ice time?
Hmmm. Interesting situation.

If I was in your shoes, I don't think I'd have any qualms about joining one of the weaker teams. Blowing out teams constantly is no fun. Heck, we won our game 12-2 today, and I wasn't having that good a time out there. Sure, it's nice to win, but winning like that every time we play would be awfully annoying. You have no interest in the game, you don't skate hard like you would in a close game...it's just not the same.

...and yes, those clowns that want to pad their stats are friggin' annoying too. In our 12-2 game today, we had a guy saying he wanted to hit 20. Not cool.

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