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10-31-2007, 10:26 AM
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My teamate has jealousy issues, particularly with me. He hasn't been producing and is falling behind. After our last game this past weekend, he emailed the coaching staff and complained that he has been "losing" points (totally untrue). Four days after our game,I check my stats online and see that I have 1 point less than i had during the week while he has 2 points more!.I check the scoresheet and lo and behold, it had been juggled around so that he acquired another teamates goal, one of my 4 points had gone to the "untouchable" leading scorer and he got someone else's assist. This is Midget AAA folks, not Novice! What would you do in this case, particularly as this 1 point cost me rookie leader of the month?!

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10-31-2007, 11:06 AM
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I wouldnt really care its one point if he needs to be like that than let him points were nver a big thing for me i cared more about how good i was doing on the ice and playing well and winning and honestly its 1 point dude who cares.

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10-31-2007, 11:12 AM
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Not really sure how you can "change" an official scoresheet. Once the goals and assists have been reported by the refs and the sheet signed, it can't be changed. Ask for a copy of the officials' scoresheet.

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They did change it. It is online. Whatever. Coach says he watched the video. Hope its true, just on principle.

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They did change it. It is online. Whatever. Coach says he watched the video. Hope its true, just on principle.
Online isn't the official scoresheet, and if it's USAH, they don't allow the use of video, so in no way would those changes stand up (even if they were correct).

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They did change it. It is online. Whatever. Coach says he watched the video. Hope its true, just on principle.
I assume your refering to pointstreak. It doesn't really matter all that much. I know of a kid who's dad was the manager of the team. He would get assists when he wasn't even on the ice. It always comes out in the wash. Now he is on a team without daddy as manager and only has one point this season.

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I had a guy on my high school team back in the late 70's who would get an assist and he wasn't even on the ice.He had to keep up with me but I didn't say anything.To me winning the games was more important than some guy cheating to get points.

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I don't think there is anything you can do about it. You could ask your coach if you could see the tape, but then he would probably get annoyed at you. I am sure it does not really matter what they put on the web, he probably just does not want to get in arguments with the players about points. The paper copy is all that matters, I think once the coaches sign the scoresheet it is official.

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the paper copy is actuall shown online.

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I would probably fire a puck at him in practice or something, something you can claim is an accident but that guy sounds like a total dick.

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My teamate has jealousy issues, particularly with me. He hasn't been producing and is falling behind. After our last game this past weekend, he emailed the coaching staff and complained that he has been "losing" points (totally untrue). Four days after our game,I check my stats online and see that I have 1 point less than i had during the week while he has 2 points more!.I check the scoresheet and lo and behold, it had been juggled around so that he acquired another teamates goal, one of my 4 points had gone to the "untouchable" leading scorer and he got someone else's assist. This is Midget AAA folks, not Novice! What would you do in this case, particularly as this 1 point cost me rookie leader of the month?!
I would suggest that hockey is a team game and that you show some leadership by example to your whinging, insecure, childish teammate. take the high road and drop it.

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11-02-2007, 06:09 AM
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When it comes down to it, it's not your teammate that's taking points, it's your coach.

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If you're good enough to be rookie leader of the month, you're good enough to go earn another point and let him have your sloppy seconds without whining. Be the bigger man.

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USA only recognizes 3 achievements. Hat trick, playmaker and shut out. The rest of it is your league/association. scoring leader of the month? BFD bottom line is the win loss column.

While individual stats are fun they shold also be factual. You. the players, know if a stat has been placed on the score sheet incorrectly or nt included. gaining assists isnt a biggie as long s it doesnt ake away from a player who was also earned an assist. Giving up false goals to pad a players stat is just plain wrong. Your entire team needs to let your coach know that its wrong....try a post practice lockerroom chat.

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