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11-08-2010, 10:32 AM
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Originally Posted by krax View Post
I am from Europe. Our boy has been selected to play at the Quebec Pee-Wee tournament (class B) in February 2011. He'll be 12 at that time.
Sure it's a great thing for him, question is, is it indispensable for his parents to be there?

We'd rather spend the money on some vacations with all our kids, than follow our boy's team in cold Quebec winter.

Anybody been there? Is it a "don't miss this" for the parents?

He'd be ok with it. Should we just let him go or does this sound like really bad parents?

You can leave him alone, players are logged in family in pair of 2 or 4. But many parents from europe or US are coming because it's a great experiance...with games every days (exhibitions)...a lot of activities....and the parents can cheer for always great to see parents from around the world cheering for their kids. Yes, it's cold...but hockey is a winter sport.

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