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Reply #10:
 May 09, 2022, 01:26:44 PM
until the 2011s move away from AYHL. How long do you think LVPY and Hollydell will stay. HAHA
How will this league compare to the AYHL?
It will help AYHL by taking the bottom teams from them haha.  Mercer, Revolution, FE, not a loss to any league.
If the AHF follows threw at tier2 with all that it said they can do I think in 2 yrs you will see all the teams that are playing tier2 this yr move their tier1 teams to THF. I think that even if the tier1 program is separate from the rink like I believe the MM and Colonials are they will be pushed that way by the rink ownership. Off the top of my head that would be Palmyra, MM, Hollydell, WB/S, LVPY- who I heard want to grow their tier1.
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Reply #11:
 May 09, 2022, 01:47:08 PM
AAA is cyclical at all rinks. THF will eventually become the dominant league just like AHF. BB is in this for the long haul and has a plan. A lot of BB rinks have families that do not want to play AAA at this time. I have 2012 & 2013 kids that were asked to play at PHC (2013) & Little Flyers (2012) but AAA does not fit our family right now.  Not all of the best players play AAA. There are multiple 2011, 2012 & 2013 players at Igloo, Voorhees & Hollydell that are AAA players, but the families chose not to play. This has hurt FE. In 2-3 years these families will be ready to make AAA commitment. Everyone at AAA can put down FE all they want, but FE will bounce back.
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Reply #12:
 May 20, 2022, 01:37:51 PM
Comparing the average MHR rating of the AYHL teams (including PHC) to the average MHR rating of the teams that played at the THF Parity Event:

At 2012, the AYHL appears to be much stronger, top to bottom.

At 2011, the AYHL appears to be stronger at the top, but only at the top.

At 2010, the leagues appear to be very comparable.

At 2009, the THF/USPHL appears to be very comparable to the AYHL American, but the AYHL National appears to be stronger.

At 2008, the THF/USHPL appears to be stronger than the AYHL American, but not as strong as the AYHL National.

At 2007, it appears the THF/USPHL teams would struggle to compete in the AHYL American, much less the AYHL National.

But keep in mind that the lowest team or teams in the THF/USPHL might get booted, and several stronger teams might have missed the parity event because they didn't have enough players to travel in April, especially at the older age levels.

With that said, it would appear that the THF/USPHL, in general, is on par, at least for now, with the AYHL American level of play.
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Reply #13:
 May 20, 2022, 06:37:51 PM
Comparing the average MHR rating of the AYHL teams (including PHC) to the average MHR rating of the teams that played at the THF Parity Event:

At 2012, the AYHL appears to be much stronger, top to bottom.

At 2011, the AYHL appears to be stronger at the top, but only at the top.

At 2010, the leagues appear to be very comparable.

At 2009, the THF/USPHL appears to be very comparable to the AYHL American, but the AYHL National appears to be stronger.

At 2008, the THF/USHPL appears to be stronger than the AYHL American, but not as strong as the AYHL National.

At 2007, it appears the THF/USPHL teams would struggle to compete in the AHYL American, much less the AYHL National.

But keep in mind that the lowest team or teams in the THF/USPHL might get booted, and several stronger teams might have missed the parity event because they didn't have enough players to travel in April, especially at the older age levels.

With that said, it would appear that the THF/USPHL, in general, is on par, at least for now, with the AYHL American level of play.

Thank you for all your hard work, I have a job, life and family to take care of.
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