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09-11-2007, 08:02 PM
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swiss A league for a couple of years.
college NCAA3
couple games in the IHL
IHL, thats pretty cool, what team?

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floor hockey and nhl 07

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started like 12 years ago on the street, then moved to ice 10 years ago played through high school and now im dominating the mens league and i plan on playing for the NJIT team

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09-11-2007, 08:40 PM
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Played New England Prep School Hockey, that was the highest I went. PLayed against a handful of drafted players and legit D1 skaters too. Big moment was when we one our division, but we never won the New England tournament. Almost scored on Corey Schneider when he coughed up a rebound right in front of me but the puck bounced over my stick.

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09-11-2007, 10:53 PM
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AAA Midget team that called Aspen, CO home... Unfortunately, sue to finances and Political reasons, that team broke up...

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09-12-2007, 12:55 AM
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I Played since i was 3 years old. Went thru Youth Hockey (National Runners Up for Midget AA 1 year), 4 years of High School in which my team was New York State Champs in back to back years, went on to play in NCAA3 for 2 years, then went into coaching. Now I coach two youth hockey teams and assistant of my hometown HS team.

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09-12-2007, 03:28 AM
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What part of NJ are you in and where did you play?
middlesex co... played at old bridge ice rink, south amboy rink, aberdeen goodsports, wall township, brick, um pretty much everywhere around here.

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09-12-2007, 06:10 AM
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No such thing as H.S. hockey in NYC back in the day. Only H.S. leagues were Wechester County around the Metro NY area. Played in various house leagues, mostly New Hyde Park and then the Met League. A cross between John McKenzie, sean Avery and Stan Jonathan. Pain in the butt to play against. Notable players I played against were Nicky and Chris Ahrens both of whom made the NHL. Had a number of tussles with Ahrens. He like to use stick when people had their back turned. I never dropped the gloves because we had to wear helmets. I kept them on so I won't damage my hands!

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09-12-2007, 06:15 AM
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High School JV...but I still play pick up and a men's league that plays on campus

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considering we have 1 ice rink here in our country (Wales, UK) then not very high!!!

the opportunities just arent here for every kid inthe UK and thats a crying shame as i know first hand alot of kids want to try the game.

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09-12-2007, 09:32 AM
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Played HS hockey for 6 years and played some bantam/midget level travel stuff. Always wanted to play juniors but by the time I was eligible I was kinda burnt out. Now just rec league roller hockey for fun with friends.

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09-12-2007, 09:48 AM
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considering we have 1 ice rink here in our country (Wales, UK) then not very high!!!

the opportunities just arent here for every kid inthe UK and thats a crying shame as i know first hand alot of kids want to try the game.
Wales and the rest of the UK can get plenty cold. Last March when I was there... brrrrr.

Build more rinks!

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09-12-2007, 10:11 AM
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Wales and the rest of the UK can get plenty cold. Last March when I was there... brrrrr.

Build more rinks!
we want more rinks trust me but there is simply no financial backing. I've always said if i won the lottery i'd build my own club to rule the (crappy) british league, i'd build a rink, a youth set up and really try and promote the game......

oh well, we all have dreams!!!!!!

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09-12-2007, 10:38 AM
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I never got to play, my parents never let my played because they didn't want me to get hurt. They were to overprotective and it makes me mad that they were.

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09-12-2007, 12:46 PM
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IHL, thats pretty cool, what team?
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09-12-2007, 01:08 PM
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Played since 5 on AA and AAA travel teams all throughout high school, plus going to States once for High School (this year as an assistant captain)

Was gonna go to Northwood prep, but I would have had to go elsewhere after to make a good D3 squad, so Instaed Im here at Clarkson playing on the official club team that plays other schools anddd cheering on the Golden Knights...

My claim to fame was skating with Andy MacDonald and Eric Weinrich, seperately, at Colgate University at one of their Hockey Camps... cool guys too. My other claim is playing with Steve Zalewski (Sharks Prospect, Senior here at Clarkson) and playing against Rob Schremp in HS and AAA hockey.

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09-12-2007, 01:23 PM
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I played a few games in a roller hockey league when I was a kid and hated it. I much prefer street hockey. I used to do that for hours a day, summer, winter, ruining my bearings by playing in the rain. Loved it, though.

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09-12-2007, 01:27 PM
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ive only played floor/street hockey- my family really never had the money to allow me to play ice hockey unfortunately- but i like street and floor and love being a fan so im happy

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09-12-2007, 01:51 PM
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I was a pretty decent player as a youngster. I'm big, can skate pretty damn well, have a head for hockey and was actually taking boxing lessons a long time ago and preparing for tryouts for IHL and ECHL teams, trying to latch on as an enforcer. This is around 1995. I was 18-19 and wanted to give it a shot before I couldnt anymore. I even wrote letters and stuff to all the teams requesting tryout information and stuff so I could road trip/plan accordingly. I grew up in Southern California so unfortunately that sort of hindered my chances and I gave up prematurely. Now I play decent-high level adult leagues and pickups around socal, mostly as a net minder, but I still skate out from time to time.

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09-12-2007, 01:52 PM
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middlesex co... played at old bridge ice rink, south amboy rink, aberdeen goodsports, wall township, brick, um pretty much everywhere around here.
Yea I have played at a few of those as well.. Wall Township most frequently over time since that was my home town during high school

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09-12-2007, 02:13 PM
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Rec & Travel Roller Hockey... set scoring records in a travel league that played ball back when I was a kid, down in Florida. I checked a few years ago and it still stands, surprisingly. What's even more surprising is that the league is still up.

Beer League Ice Hockey

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Street, Dek, and a lil roller...for many years...

banned for life from the Dek hockey league for fighting... oh well.

I'll continue honing my skills on ps3

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09-12-2007, 04:12 PM
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Played HS JV for a couple years, and a year of rec hockey in college.
Highlights:
* got an assist in HS when I went into the corner (got hammered) and passed the puck blind to the front.
* in the college rec league, I was the only guy on my team that would hit much - I hit a lot since I can't contribute much with the puck. Played against a frat team - and I probably came close to fighting them. Uh - possibly all of them. You know - for fun. And the red head girl from freshman year had boyfriend(s?) on the frat team and was watching. I'm sure she was impressed with my hitting. Lol.


33 now. But considering to play adult pickup hockey from 6am-7:30am on Saturday mornings. I'm going this Sat to check it out. My main concern - it will be too competitive for me since I'm not a great skater, let alone stick handler, shooter, etc.

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09-12-2007, 04:25 PM
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the NHL just kidding! They wouldnt even let me in because i'm a girl.
Not the case , ok she only played two pre-season games but that's something!


As for me I played from around 93 til around 2006 in the EA league but then it started sucking because they wouldn't upgrade to Next Gen.

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