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Offline clarks4

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2018 DVHL teams and divisions released
Topic: July 14, 2018, 09:16:22 AM
The DVHL site has released the teams in each division. I don't see any schedules yet - Scott

https://www.dvhl.org/divisons
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Reply #1:
 July 14, 2018, 10:16:32 AM
Not correct, standings are based on last year’s schedule.  Has not been updated for 2018-2019 season.  Case in point, two Quakers Squirt B American teams, when they haven’t been able to even get a single squirt team together at any level.
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Reply #2:
 July 14, 2018, 04:50:44 PM
Not correct, standings are based on last year’s schedule.  Has not been updated for 2018-2019 season.  Case in point, two Quakers Squirt B American teams, when they haven’t been able to even get a single squirt team together at any level.

Incomplete? Warwick didn't have an AA 14U team last season. They are listed on there.
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Reply #3:
 July 15, 2018, 12:27:59 AM
My guess is that DVHL is still in the process of transitioning from Pointstreak to Sportengine, and the division pages are a placeholder, and will be updated once the schedules are released/finalized.

What I’m most interested in is which DVHL teams will play games against Team Philadelphia and which will not.  TPL is going to need to find some other teams outside of EJEPL to keep the parents and kids happy.
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Offline clarks4

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Reply #4:
 July 15, 2018, 09:08:16 AM
Anybody can play anybody. Just because team Philadelphia isn't in the DVHL that doesn't mean DVHL teams aren't allowed to play them in non-league games. Why would that interest you?
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Reply #5:
 July 15, 2018, 09:48:03 AM
Totally agree with clarks4!!! It’s a shame that you’re interested in seeing who might ban together and NOT play Team Philadelphia just because there not in Dictatorship DVHL!!!! We are talking about teams of kids, remember youth hockey
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Reply #6:
 July 16, 2018, 07:09:11 AM
So are you saying that it’s perfectly acceptable for a for-profit rink owner/operator to steal and entire program away from a not-for-profit youth association.  I have no problem with Ice Line starting their own program, but the way it happened was not right - and it wasn’t fair to put the kids and the parents in that kind of predicament.  Yes, the kids just want to play, and they want to play with their friends and they should.  Say what you want about LR, RB and the other members of the Quakers leadership, but they deserved better.  JG should have been up front and honest and told them that Ice Line was going to start their own Tier II program and give them sufficient time to find a new place to play.  After supporting Ice Line for so long they deserved better.  Perfectly happy to have another program in the area, but it should not have been at the expense of an existing program.  Quakers have what, 5-6 teams for next year, most of which are older kids.  What happened, and how it happened was BS and you know it.
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Offline Quake79

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 July 16, 2018, 08:15:11 AM
So are you saying that it’s perfectly acceptable for a for-profit rink owner/operator to steal and entire program away from a not-for-profit youth association.  I have no problem with Ice Line starting their own program, but the way it happened was not right - and it wasn’t fair to put the kids and the parents in that kind of predicament.  Yes, the kids just want to play, and they want to play with their friends and they should.  Say what you want about LR, RB and the other members of the Quakers leadership, but they deserved better.  JG should have been up front and honest and told them that Ice Line was going to start their own Tier II program and give them sufficient time to find a new place to play.  After supporting Ice Line for so long they deserved better.  Perfectly happy to have another program in the area, but it should not have been at the expense of an existing program.  Quakers have what, 5-6 teams for next year, most of which are older kids.  What happened, and how it happened was BS and you know it.

This here is honest and to a point well stated. What Mr. Graves did is nothing short of extorting an established long standing hockey club as probably the oldest club in the DVHL. John Graves should be ashamed of himself, our club is a major reason why the lights continue to shine at Ice Line. It's no big secret that establishments success was partly because of the Quakers popularity to draw kids in from the surrounding area. Much of the Jr Flyers players started in the Quakers organization. Everything about Ice Line and the Jr. Flyers is mainly because of the Quakers organization. He gave us no other option, we're a prideful club and we chose to go elsewhere because we weren't going to be blackmailed into submitting to Ice Lines demands. Everybody knows the demands hinged on extortion and were so unbelievably unrealistic that it made it impossible for the club to remain under that roof. Tuition would've had to have been raised to Tier 1 levels in order for players to remain with the club and that is unacceptable.
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Reply #8:
 July 16, 2018, 08:30:32 AM
The Flyers stuff has already been discussed here Jr Flyers Status? and in a few other topics as well. The idea of this one is more about the impending season and which teams are playing whatever level in each age group.
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Reply #9:
 July 16, 2018, 08:40:27 AM
But that wasn’t what I was saying at all, and how you gathered that from what I did say is outrageous. I understand the heated situation completely. What I was saying is you don’t penalize kids because of it period.
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