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04-04-2011, 10:08 PM
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Dump and Chase
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You are right about the minor hockey issues. Simply handle it better.


You talk to the guy and if he doesn't want to listen then you go above his head. Educate the other parent volunteers and band together so you have a collective voice.


Sticking your head in the sand for an entire season doesn't do anything for the kids. All it does is make you look silly for not doing anything about it when you knew that what was going on was wrong.



Small area games keep the game fun and they level the playing field. It allows more kids more opportunity to touch the puck and get involved in the games.


That is the goal of the tim bit program. To make hockey fun, involve as many kids as possible, and create a lifelong love of the game. The flip side is to make hockey suck and watch the kids quit in droves before they are teenagers.

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