- Ol Son
- March 23, 2011 - 14:03
EDMUND........did'nt know you have such an attachment to the Boyle.you must work at the newfoundland and Labrador Hockey hall of fame ....are you sour becasue your name wasn't on it???? It sounds like you hold it near and dear to your heart
- March 23, 2011 - 15:24
Hey OL SON, try to get your facts and trophy names right before you go on public domain to pass your comments. Not knowing the name of the trophy to which you were referring simply shows your ignorance. AND yes, the Boyle is near and dear to my heart. Like so many other local hockey players who grew up wanting to compete for the honor to win "THE BOYLE" I am proud to have my name on this historic trophy, which, at the time was like winning the Stanley Cup. That is a feeling, obviously, you have not experienced - can you even skate? Mr. Ryerson, thank you for your concern. I am very relaxed however I have no time for those (OL SOL) that pass comment and do not have their facts straight. All the best in your playoff run for the local junior title and should you win that, the NL & Atlantic title and the "Don Johnson Cup". Don is a great hockey man and an excellent person and it would also be an honor for your team or any team from NL to win it. I wish I was young enough to try again. Oh, and in case OL SON is curious I was also a proud member of 3 St. John's Capital Junior teams that won the NL provincial title and represented NL in the Atlantics so I think I may be in an informed position to pass comment.
- Greg Ryerson
- March 23, 2011 - 13:50
Relax Edmund I think OL SON meant the "Don Johnson Trophy" not the Boyle.
- JR H FAN
- March 23, 2011 - 13:28
Maybe that was the Don Johnson Cup?
- Ol Son
- March 23, 2011 - 09:39
Ryerson is the coach of the year.................the only man to bring the boyle back to the island in 20 yrs..............
- March 23, 2011 - 11:01
What do you mean OL SON about bringing the boyle back to the island in 20 years? If you are referring to "The Boyle Trophy", that trophy was emblamatic of the Senior Hockey Championship for many many years (older than The Stanley Cup) and was rightfully retired after the 1969 season, the last year of Senior competition, until some idiots (who didn't win the Boyle as hockey players - they know who they are - but wanted to say that they had their name on it) managed to get it out of retirement for some minor or high school league that their sons played in and they were coaches and team management at the time. That was self serving, abuse of their offsprings abilities, absolutely disgraceful and disgusting on their part and any names on The Boyle not associated with a Senior Hockey Team whose players gave their blood, sweat and tears to win (St. Bon's, Guards, Fieldians and St. Pat's etc.) should be deleted from it and the trophy put back in the sports archives on display for all to see. If "The Boyle" is still being competed for in any league, shame on the sports governing executives that allowed this to happen. Surely they have no sense of pride or respect for such a treasured piece of our local hockey history and those that competed and fought so hard to win it. Go get sponsorship for another championship trophy and have any names after 1969 (the last time "The Boyle" was played for as a Senior Hockey Championship Trophy) transferred to the new trophy where they belong. You didn't see "The Allan Cup" or "The Herder" being given to another level for presentation when they were not being competed for. Sorry if the truth hurts!!!!