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Author Topic: AAHA Releases 2019-20 Approved Tier 1 Membership  (Read 3312 times)

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Offline James

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Reply #20:
 April 05, 2019, 12:05:06 AM
Makes sense! The best team in the district, with the best chance of WINNING A TIER I CHAMPIONSHIP, ranked #1 for the entire 2018-19 season, cannot qualify for a district championship! When was the last time the district won? Let's see, only the Valley Forge Minutemen have won in the Philadelphia area, sorry Mr. Graves and Mr. Ferrill! Oh yeah, since it's inception in 1969 the Little Flyers have also never won! Jerry Domish thanks you for keeping his record intact!

I assume you are talking about PHC. Let's not make it sound like that club is responsible for developing that team, they were already #1 ranked prior to going there. And I agree that the PLF is shit, but remember, that team did start there.
I have no issue with the District not granting them T1 status. First off, there are already too many T1 clubs in the area. We need to contracting the number of teams, not adding. Second, give them a few years to see how the club progresses. There should be a certain number of years waiting period before you can even petition for status.

The kids are the best kids period. They should be commended for sticking together and not worrying about what a district president does to try and hold them back.
However for the sake of the kids trying to put a national championship under their belt....just call LF and hang their name on yours.....everyone knows it’s PHC but screw the district .... hang a LF patch on and shove it up their behinds.....
LF have nothing at 05 anyway so it’s no loss to them to give you the slot

Perfect solution, and LF get their National Championship, but it will never happen because it's the right thing to do! Giacobba looks like a genius at this point!
Giacobba doesn’t own the LF youth teams anymore. IceWorks board owns them now. Big beneficial difference

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Reply #21:
 April 05, 2019, 11:57:41 AM
Exactly, so in their 2nd year of Stewardship, Iceworks officially wins a Nationals Tier I Championship! Giaccoba is still listed as a board member.

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Reply #22:
 April 05, 2019, 12:32:27 PM
Exactly, so in their 2nd year of Stewardship, Iceworks officially wins a Nationals Tier I Championship! Giaccoba is still listed as a board member.

Safe to say the Little Flyers website leaves a lot to be desired.
Websites generally are reflective of the organization they represent. Soooooooo....

Actually the best thing about the little flyers site is that somehow they registered the jrflyers.com domain name and have it linked to their website.  That is just savage. 

Reply #23:
 April 05, 2019, 12:41:55 PM
Little Flyers only registered the .com though. They should go out and buy up all of the remaining domain names. They're only a couple dollars each, pretty dirty though.

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Reply #24:
 April 08, 2019, 08:12:20 AM
Revolution is the only team in the independent division. What a joke! They can put a real tier 2 team together but get a by! **** is soooo desperate that she is emailing and advertising their by to districts to get players to show up to Evals! Since Phil sold the rink and she now has to pay for ice she is desperate

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Reply #25:
 April 08, 2019, 08:59:27 AM
They are the only tier ll independent team around here there's tier ll independents all over the place in Jersey and NY. Keep in mind its going to take a full season without Phil to start things over. The new company that owns them is probably going to want to go to the DVHL next season. The only reason the Revolution never got membership is because all of the DVHL owners hates Phil including the AAHA executive board members.

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Reply #26:
 April 09, 2019, 02:14:28 AM
They are the only tier ll independent team around here there's tier ll independents all over the place in Jersey and NY. Keep in mind its going to take a full season without Phil to start things over. The new company that owns them is probably going to want to go to the DVHL next season. The only reason the Revolution never got membership is because all of the DVHL owners hates Phil including the AAHA executive board members.


Except T2 program is a  non-profit and not owned by the rink!  They are “renters” of ice! They stand on their own two feet or fail! Prediction is failure without rink support. Feel sorry for all the new players and families going there, **** does not know how to run a club. One year, new owners clean house and new programs will be DVHL. Phil’s departure is the end of Revolution

 

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