i know that jr.a is the route. and most players who do play true jr.a hockey go and play mostly D1. aaa is probably a good two steps above highschool. and you say ended up like its a bad thing. ill be playing jr.a hockey next year all season and some this season.
i play aaa. midget major. and ill most likely be playing jr.a for the mahoning valley phantoms. and kids who play jr.a after highschool still have 2 years or three depends on their birth year of jrs. and even though there are alot of kids in highschool that play jrs there are alot of kids who go out of highschool. they go to play d1. d2. whatever. you make it sound like that kids who dont play jr.a in highschool arnt going anywhere. where iv met people who have made it to the show and played d1 who only played one or two years in jrs after highschool
yeah i agree, arguments about ohio aaa and jr. a teams seem pretty relevant. give me a call when you guys get drafted into the NHL, ok?
if any of you are still in high school, stop kidding yourself and go do some homework.
relevant? or irrelevant? i agree there's some homework needs done
here's my guess:
2 St X
Moeller over X
X looked really bad against St.Charles, yes it was there first game and everything like that, but i hope they improve alot before the face off against Moe because Moe looks like they have gotten all the kinks worked out already.