41-0 game prompts debate over keeping hockey fun for kids
41-0 game prompts debate over keeping hockey fun for kids There is usually a winner and the loser, but a lopsided Victory by a kitchen or hockey team over a Cambridge team is working to bathe after the game in question was decided by 41. Gold join us with more on this tonight, Tyler. How old were the players involved in this game and has some wondering why there wasn’t a mercy rule at this Waterloo minor hockey practice the topic of sportsmanship? Is it lost on these players, counting it Abraham vs, his teammates all agreed running up the score? Isn’T something they’d want to do or have happened to them? We’Re disappointed to learn a Cambridge novice team of 8 year olds was routed by a kitchen or team 41. Nothing but should have called the game, but I got the 15 to 20 goals. You should have got a better control, the game, take it something that you know. We can definitely learned from executive director. Tony Martindale says the lopsided result was the fault of the league. We could have had two chairs and had the Cambridge boys playing against the symbol of similar ability and skill level forward, but no time was there a thought to enact a mercy rule and stop the game. I’Ve. Never. That way at all this women’s high school hockey coach says High School hockey has a mercy rule in questions. Why no one thought to stop the game, especially, are our young players playing, however, and I think they really need to put something in place to make sure. That’S not happening again. We reached out to both teams for a, but they declined the kitchen walking into preventing this from ever happening again, but so far the ruling out of mercy rule something that many other leagues across the country do you have A 41-0 novice hockey game has raised flags about rules around running up the score. Tyler Calver reports.
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