- December 07, 2010 - 22:18
Another fella who wasted the CHL Education money by signing a pro contract. He could have had four years of his post secondary degree paid for.
- December 03, 2010 - 23:03
Thousands and thousands of people play hockey. There are only 700 or 800 jobs to be had. The difference between making it or breaking it is thin. Therefore, the are many players who are a couple breaks away from the NHL. I think the chances of some of them ending up on the Avalon Penninsula is pretty good. Pay them what the market will bear.
- December 03, 2010 - 10:46
what are these leagues trying to compete with the NHL. all these hockey teams has players from all over canada. st johns hockey teams???ya right half the players are not even from town.these wanna bees playes are making alot of money too to skate around the ice and drink beer.wish someone would pay my 6 year old son to play hockeythan maybe kids could afford to play the dream of hockey.
- frank lee
- December 03, 2010 - 08:51
anyone who believes there are hockey players out there toiling in the bowels of semi-pro hockey who should be in the nhl is delusional. hockey players are like water they will naturally find the level where they belong.anyone playing in newfoundland senior hockey is right where there talent has taken them. to suggest that there is a nhl caliber hockey player playing out of the sw moores arena because he didnt get a break will come as a great suprise to the general managers of nhl teams . please keep it real