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06-07-2011, 09:16 PM
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Stick To Your Guns
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Playing on a really bad team, in a really bad league.

Ok, so I've been playing hockey for 15 years, I'm 21. I've played just house league A my whole life so I'm no All-star, but I've recently joined a men's league that is just awful, the players have played for like 4-5 years, can't pass and can't raise the puck. I only joined because one of my friends is on the team. My problem is, I feel like I'm playing terrible because my team is awful, like I should be able to skate circles around these guys, but for some reason I'm playing the worst hockey of my life. Is it due to being surrounded by terrible players? or has my hockey dropped that far? I recently was playing pick up with Jr A and B players and I held my own, I didn't stand out, but I could keep up and chip in. Anyone else have experiences with this? I've also pretty much quit the team because it's not even fun.

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