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Author Topic: AAA in Philadelphia area  (Read 7655 times)

Description: One vs the other?

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Reply #10:
 February 06, 2020, 01:45:40 PM
Well actually that's not a fact. AA players have gone and do go pro and play in college at different levels. Alot of tier ll websites have an accomplishments page on their sites to show where AA alumni have gone on to play.

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Reply #11:
 February 06, 2020, 03:31:52 PM
Well actually that's not a fact. AA players have gone and do go pro and play in college at different levels. Alot of tier ll websites have an accomplishments page on their sites to show where AA alumni have gone on to play.
You are misled...but that's okay.

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Reply #12:
 February 06, 2020, 03:57:14 PM
Some guy Claude Giroux never played above tier II.

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Reply #13:
 February 06, 2020, 04:07:26 PM
Well actually that's not a fact. AA players have gone and do go pro and play in college at different levels. Alot of tier ll websites have an accomplishments page on their sites to show where AA alumni have gone on to play.
You are misled...but that's okay.

Brick Hockey Club Alumni

BHC Alumni
James van Riemsdyk - Toronto MapleLeafs, Philadelphia Flyers, UNH D1, USA National Team

Jim Dowd - Stanley Cup Champion - 17 Year NHL Career, Lake Superior State D1

Mathieu Schneider - Cornwall Royals OHL, 23 Year NHL Career

Trevor van Riemsdyk - Stanley Cup Champion - Chicago Blackhawks, UNH D1

Carter Lee - Lake Superior State D1, Drafted by San Jose Sharks

Joe Pierce - Boston College D1, Drafted by Tampa Bay Lightning

Bobby Acropolis - Quinnipiac University D1

Cindy Acropolis Toye - RPI D1

Harry Schwiffel - Harvard University D1

Kevin Kielt - Boston University D1

Mike Acosta - Princeton University D1

Jeff Brow - Harvard University D1

Dustin Depalma - UCONN D1

Brett Depalma - URI ACHA D1

Stephen Acropolis - Southern New Hampshire D2

Dan Acropolis - Southern New Hampshire D2, Jr Monarchs National Champions

Jerry Melanga - Scranton ACHA D1

Adam Houli - Trinity D3, Gunnery School

Nick Ianiello - Southern New Hampshire D2

Kyle Weise - Western New England College D3

Tom Cogan - AIC D2

Patrick Kearns - Wentworth ECAC D3

Connor Crowe - Wentworth ECAC D3

Kevin Crowe - Wentworth ECAC D3

Alex Depalma - Seton Hall ACHA D2

James Murphy - Neumann University ACHA D2

Bobby Auriemma - TCNJ ACHA D2

Brandon Person - West Chester ACHA D1

Hunter Dowd - UMass Boston D3

Michael Dowd - Salem State D3

Matt Gumina - Delaware ACHA D1

Brian Murphy - Neumann University ACHA D2

Michael Auriemma - UNC ACHA D2

Matt Drake - Assumption College NCAA D2

David Kearns - Kennesaw State University ACHA D3

Carter Klotz - Kennesaw State University ACHA D3

Ryan Monaghan - Kennesaw State University ACHA D3

Owen Herrington - Syracuse University D1, Canterbury School

Matt Kimak - TCNJ ACHA D2

Michael Mooney - TCNJ ACHA D2

Nicholas Dietrich - Norwich University ACHA D2

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Reply #14:
 February 07, 2020, 10:33:50 AM
ah that was a different time.  things are different now...  and JVR went AAA

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Reply #15:
 February 07, 2020, 11:48:33 AM
Check the sites on your own, I don't need to provide further proof. AA players do get attention and while the few that do they normally wind up moving on to preps schools and then college. AAA isn't an important piece anymore to moving forward.

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Reply #16:
 February 07, 2020, 12:39:36 PM
Yes, everyone starts at tier 2! And when a player that went to a higher level as you states, of course the tier 2 club says They played there as they should be proud. But what level did they play at 16 before going to college or pro? Tier 1

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Reply #17:
 February 13, 2020, 11:44:09 AM
Did you really type only AAA players will get scouted?? LOLOL god you are clueless if you are really good and talented they will find you the Hockey world is very small.

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Reply #18:
 February 13, 2020, 12:28:28 PM
Did you really type only AAA players will get scouted?? LOLOL god you are clueless if you are really good and talented they will find you the Hockey world is very small.

In most cases they won't...because they are not scouting AA.  Does it mean that AA players will not succeed, no, but the cases are very few and far between.  I don't need to see a list of names and all that, the bottom line is scouts are scouting AAA 99.9%.  The reason is simple - the game is faster and it's harder to play.  A kid dominating AA means nothing, because they are not playing at the highest level and a scout could care less...just the way it is.  Stop kidding yourself and just enjoy the ride...for a majority of kids and parents (AAA or not) the dream is over by 18-19 anyways

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Reply #19:
 February 13, 2020, 12:54:44 PM
Did you really type only AAA players will get scouted?? LOLOL god you are clueless if you are really good and talented they will find you the Hockey world is very small.

No they dont,  YEs we all know most players start at Tier II.  Becauuse most parents dont want to pony up 10k for squirts and peewees.  But you are crazy if you think any scouts are watching midget Tier II.  All of those players listed, none of them were playign tier II  by the time they were 17.  THe only people who make juniros fro mtier II are in one of those cash crab play to play Tier III juniors, which will take almost anyone who wants to pony up the 11K.


The only colleges scouting tier II above the age of 16 is ACHA ,and as much as I love it cause it allows people to keep playing hockey, is nothing really to brag about playing.

 

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