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09-04-2013, 12:20 PM
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That's insane.


The whole CEB side is ridiculous.

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09-04-2013, 02:20 PM
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That's insane.


The whole CEB side is ridiculous.
They could make 2 AAA teams at both the Peewee and Bantam levels and go 1-2. Hockey Quebec may have to re-write the territorial boundaries for CEB. Their pool of players to draw from has grown incredibly over the last 10 years. Just take a drive in the region and you wont believe how many new housing developments there is.

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09-04-2013, 04:24 PM
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Large pool of players?
Blainville alone (pop. 53000) would dominate both pwAAA et btAAA

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09-04-2013, 04:32 PM
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Large pool of players?
Blainville alone (pop. 53000) would dominate both pwAAA et btAAA

Remember the families are all young and affluent. They can afford hockey and training.

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09-04-2013, 05:22 PM
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Large pool of players?
Blainville alone (pop. 53000) would dominate both pwAAA et btAAA
So what you are saying is that they have a small population to choose from and have the greatest minds in hockey training them?

Excelling at sports is a number and financial combination.

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09-04-2013, 07:16 PM
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So what you are saying is that they have a small population to choose from and have the greatest minds in hockey training them?

Excelling at sports is a number and financial combination.
Agreed but can't explain their success entirely on numbers alone. Their pool of players can't be that much bigger than other teams. They benefit from good facilities and yes, they do have a very dynamic group of minor hockey people, including several former NHL players who are established in the area and very involved.

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09-04-2013, 08:08 PM
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Who are the former NHLers in the area ?

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09-04-2013, 08:42 PM
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Jason pomainville (Repentigny)
eric Desjardins (blainville)
Patrick poulin (blainville)
joel Bouchard (boisbriand)

I believe there are more...

...but before you give them the Dodge cup....wait..I believe there will be BIG competition in AAA BT.....and I say it now...Conquerants wont be first in BTAAA

we shall see...let the games begin

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Who are the former NHLers in the area ?
Audette, Desjardins and Poulin have all been heavily involved in that area's elite hockey. A few others too.

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09-04-2013, 08:51 PM
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Agreed but can't explain their success entirely on numbers alone. Their pool of players can't be that much bigger than other teams. They benefit from good facilities and yes, they do have a very dynamic group of minor hockey people, including several former NHL players who are established in the area and very involved.

What is happening in Blainville reflects what happened in previous generations in certain suburban associations.

A booming suburb draws from a wide range of urban regions and hockey associations. The key is taking the best elements of each, getting beyond the egos and making the resulting association as strong as possible.

Sometimes the people manage to do this, other times they do not.

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09-05-2013, 09:21 AM
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Do these people coach BL ?

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Do these people coach BL ?
Audette has coached and runs the midget AAA team.

Poulin has 2 sons in program and has coached their teams a few times.

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How are the PW aaa and PW AA teams doing in exhibition games for LSLsouth?

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09-05-2013, 04:45 PM
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Audette has coached and runs the midget AAA team.

Poulin has 2 sons in program and has coached their teams a few times.
Getting in there must be impossible.

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Getting in there must be impossible.
Not sure. But I am sure they have great coaches there.

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09-06-2013, 08:59 AM
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BAAA team got finalized last night. A few head scratching decisions were made which left the back end soft.

8 kids in BAAA are from Lakeshore and 0 are in BAA. Must really MOD EDIT(feel bad) to be a kid in one of the other 3 regions and think that you have no chance to make the cut if you are not from Lakeshore.

Does anyone know if MAAA Lions ever had kids from DDO or DR actually make their team?

BAA should finalize this weekend I think.


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8's not bad.


Yes, Mikey Cohen is a DDO kid, it's rare for DDO kids to make it.


DR produces quite a few kids.

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8's not bad.


Yes, Mikey Cohen is a DDO kid, it's rare for DDO kids to make it.


DR produces quite a few kids.
he said actually make the team. MOD EDIT


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09-06-2013, 02:53 PM
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Just one? Ouch.

Is it rare for DDO kids to make it because of their address or is it truly because of their lack of talent?

MOD EDIT.


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Just one? Ouch.

Is it rare for DDO kids to make it because of their address or is it truly because of their lack of talent?
MOD EDIT
I thought you were talking about kids making Lions from DDO or DR that were not politics involved.



MOD EDIT


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09-06-2013, 03:03 PM
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Yes, I am talking about kids from DDO & DR making MAAA Lions MOD EDIT

Hence my question, does a kid in DDO & DR really have a fair chance of getting into BAAA or MAAA if they are talented enough MOD EDIT?

MOD EDIT


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he said actually make the team,MOD EDIT
Again yes, but for DDO it's rare.

DR too.


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Yes, I am talking about kids from DDO & DR making MAAA Lions with no politics or lobbying involved.

Hence my question, does a kid in DDO & DR really have a fair chance of getting into BAAA or MAAA if they are talented enough without politics and/or lobbying?

On a similar note, from what has happened in BAAA, it's starting to look like the same selection mentality is being used, so I would say no.
I can only think of 1 then, in the last 3 years who really earned a spot there

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Everyone wants control. It's always going to be the way it is now.

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Warning!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A few posters do not get it.

Please take the time to read the site rules, top middle of the page.

Then go back and make the appropriate edits and deletes starting at post #41 and working forward.

I recognize the strength and potential of the various posters here BUT THIS IS NOT THE WAY THIS THREAD OR FORUM IS MOVING FORWARD.

In the next few days there will be new features added that will allow for deeper and broader discussion of relevant minor hockey issues well beyond a very limited regional basis.

Your choice. Join in or be left behind.

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