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06-20-2013, 12:09 PM
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I just want to clarify, in case I was misinterpreted. I wasn't suggesting the contingent of parent coaches in the GSHL is / has ever been up to any funny business. My point about non-parent coaches was just that there is no incentive to "stack" any of the teams. Why would a non-parent coach agree to anything other than what would give him at least an equal chance at being successful in the league? Doesn't make any sense. Non-parent coaches are less likely to know the kids before hand or have any relationships that would make them want to assemble anything other than the most competitive team. So if you get 5 non-parent guys, you get five guys in it to create the best possible team, which reduces any "side deal" potential.

To summarize: how could "one coach stack one of the teams" if all 5 coaches are in it to build the best team for themselves?

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