Author Topic: What is the deal with Pilots mites program?  (Read 7980 times)

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Reply #10:
 March 20, 2022, 11:11:34 PM
The 13 coach gave  his notice many weeks prior.

The 12 coach backed out more recently.

There was no 11 coach.

Kids were turned away. Pre-skates were canceled. 
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Reply #11:
 March 21, 2022, 08:26:04 AM
The 13 coach gave  his notice many weeks prior.

The 12 coach backed out more recently.

There was no 11 coach.

Kids were turned away. Pre-skates were canceled. 

Wrong. The 13 coach gave his notice on March 3.  The 12 more recently and no 11 coach because no 11 players due to terrible 21-22 season
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Reply #12:
 March 21, 2022, 11:43:01 AM
I know the coach gave his notice March 3 because my kid was thinking of playing 2013 FE. I think people just post crap and have no clue. Also coaches kid made Little Flyers 2013 AAA team and a 2014 player made Jr. Flyers 2013 AAA. The rest scattered to other rinks to play A or AA. Not everyone wants AAA even though they were talented enough. I predicted during season that these 2 kids would play AAA and the others would not. All you need to do is talk with parents. Some families do not have $ for AAA and others their kids play multiple sports. Everything is not just about hockey talent. Other factors play into this. Also, Pilots will be fine as they have enough players for a Major and Minor team next year. In 2 years Pilots will be best AAA Mite team in NJ. The program is thriving!
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Reply #13:
 March 21, 2022, 08:35:57 PM
Ex-coach should keep mouth shut and stop trying to poach players from other rinks. Move on!
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Reply #14:
 March 21, 2022, 09:45:28 PM
when Pilots move to Quad AAAA Mid-West league next year, look out!!  People will be lining up at the door to get that type of exposure for 8 yr old.
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Reply #15:
 March 21, 2022, 11:43:27 PM
when Pilots move to Quad AAAA Mid-West league next year, look out!!  People will be lining up at the door to get that type of exposure for 8 yr old.
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Funny. Pilots are barely AAA next year. Would have been better this year and next if Z was better coach.
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Reply #16:
 March 22, 2022, 12:15:40 AM
PHC13 will slaughter all! Can’t  wait to dominate AAAA! It’s gonna be a blood bath !!
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Reply #17:
 March 22, 2022, 06:30:48 AM
If your mite team isn't contending for a National Championship the season was a bust.
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Reply #18:
 March 22, 2022, 11:52:32 AM
I think people here are kinda missing the point about “AAA” mites in general. It seems like a silly designation, and it is, but the point is that rinks around the area are finding a financial and developmental benefit to adding full ice mite programs. After playing three years of half and cross ice, many kids like my own son were ready to play full ice and it proved beneficial when he went to first year squirts and the coach didn’t have to spend half the season working on “what is offsides”. I give Venom a lot of credit for pushing other programs to look at adding full ice mites if for no other reason than an effort to keep the kids as the get older. (Full disclosure: my son is also a Venom alum). The reason that PHC 2011, 2012s are so good is a direct reflection of fact that decent young players, at the time, had no where else to play full ice full time. That extra year of full ice is certainly an advantage for the kids that are ready for it.
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Reply #19:
 March 22, 2022, 01:33:30 PM
75% of that PHC 2011 team were recruited in or came from PHC not playing Venom, there may be 4-5 kids total from the original core that played full ice under their coach and it is only peewee minor for them likely more of those kids getting replaced over the next few years.
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