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08-28-2012, 12:10 PM
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The Bond of a Team

Hey everyone,

Just wanted to share this. This is a highlight video of my hockey team from last year. We played in the Division 1 High School League in Quebec. We spent our whole high school life together in a Sports-Etudes program on the ice every single day and this was our last year together. Really goes to show how incredible team chemistry really is. Hope you enjoy!

https://vimeo.com/48315362

Feel free to leave comments and such or post your teams videos!

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Cool video man. You'll be even happier about having it in another 10 years.

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this is a great idea and i have debated doing a similar type thing for the kids i coach.

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Thanks for sharing this. I see what you're saying by the chemistry, some of the passing plays were outstanding. You guys had a big (sized) team!

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Thanks for sharing this. I see what you're saying by the chemistry, some of the passing plays were outstanding. You guys had a big (sized) team!
Aha you may be surprised to know then that we only had about 4 or 5 guys 5'11 and over. We were probably the smallest team in the league, we like to think we played a "Big Man's Game" though.

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John Rennie assembled probably one of the most dominant highschool teams ever...

For those who don't know, these players all chose School hockey over their city hockey... They were all top AA players and it showed...

A friend of mine practiced with you guys.

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John Rennie assembled probably one of the most dominant highschool teams ever...

For those who don't know, these players all chose School hockey over their city hockey... They were all top AA players and it showed...

A friend of mine practiced with you guys.
High praise, we'll take that though!

whos your friend?

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High praise, we'll take that though!

whos your friend?
Its true, and it helps the you guys were in sport étude together.

Jon Klotz, was last cut from espoir, played CC in DDO... Wasn't allowed to tryout for AA cause were dicks and he got shafted at BB...

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Really nice vid. Makes me even more eager to get back on the ice. I'm sidelined because of a fractured ankle for about two more months.

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Really nice vid. Makes me even more eager to get back on the ice. I'm sidelined because of a fractured ankle for about two more months.
Ankle injuries are brutal.... I know how you feel. I'd love to go for a skate right now..

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