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10-30-2010, 02:21 PM
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Hockey indicators-the "level" it starts getting serious

Didn't know which forum to put this in, but I'll throw this here.

A parent enrolls their little boy in hockey a 5-6 years of age. We've all heard the idea of every parent thinking is the next big pro. At what age or "level" of hockey do the first indicators start as to whether the kid has what it takes to take it "seriously"(and therefore the parent investing more time/money) towards pro, or whether they are told "enjoy playing the game, but he doesn't have what it takes to move onward"? (And in turn the parent can turn off ideas of the next Crosby sitting his living room?)

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