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Hi there.....you can share any hockey related info, ie...season/city hockey, spring hockey, AAA.

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I would like to know if the kids who attend English schools get systematically cut from the LHEQ teams when they can’t go to the French school

do you mean when they cannot attend the school associated with this region LHEQ team ? Teams associated with school usually have sport etude program where they start earlier and finishes before noon to then practice. If you are not attending the same school, it is rarely possible to leave your school at noon on a daily basis to attend the LHEQ team. 

 

I doubt that the issue is because he attends English school.

 

For which region is this situation described?

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Can someone explain to me what is the reasoning behind associating AAA hockey with a school?  On one hand it's being promoted as the best league in the province (which might still be true) but on the other hand they expect you to go to a specific school?  I don't understand how this can be reconciled.  Let's say all the stars join the league.  What about the 3rd and 4th lines?  Why would you agree to travel every day to a school that might be pretty far away only to warm up the bench?  I might be completely wrong but I'd expect this league to have awesome 1st and 2nd lines with average players who are likely to be cut when the game is at stake.

 

I know I would not sign up my kid for this......

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The idea is to include elite hockey in sport-study programs so the kids can train pretty much every single day on or off ice. And that in the morning or the afternnoon depending on which structure. Also, that has allowed those programs to find ice time at hours that are not as busy and in conséquence as expensive.

 

However, for the english community it is certainly challenging or not perfect to say the least.

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