Cpjhl junior development league

Discussion in 'Canadian Junior Hockey' started by arcjoif6, Apr 18, 2016.

  1. jason2020 Registered User

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    Just a example many people were fed up with the Csa and Soccer Ontario around 6 years ago now what did happen both the Csa and Soccer Ontario did not say we don't care were running it our way what they did was look at what parents were upset with and made changes no all are happy.
     
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    Soccer is a much different animal...there are no boundaries or residency rules so players can already choose to play where ever they want...I don't know many people who are thrilled with the OPDL model where players from Ottawa travel to the GTA to play each other....
     
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    Went to a game in Almonte....this league is a joke!!
    1 and only game I will ever attend.
     
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    Go to a U 18 game and tell us what you think.
     
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    First forfeit today.
     
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    Self parody?
     
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    Not a surprise at all that Angelo has been MIA.
     
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    Love the league news from its Commissioner.
    "Eight games were played this past weekend with the Seaforth Generals and the Norwood Nemesis both recording their first wins of the season. The Wild and the Nemesis played a divisional cross-over home and home series with the home team recording the victory in each game."

    -Norwood showed up in Seaforth with 9 skaters and gifted Seaforth with their first win. Over a month, and 10 games into the season, and they are still struggling to ice a team. Two days later, neither team could ice 3 full lines, and Norwood got their first win.

    "In the West, the Grey Highland Hawks were at home for three games and went 2-1. The Muskoka Wild split their weekend series with the Hawks."

    - Muskoka didn't simply split their games, they forfeited on Sunday. The Wild were allowed to join forces with their sister team (Burk's Falls), and yet they still couldn't scrape enough players together for a Sunday afternoon game within their division.


    So 8 games were scheduled, with all 8 teams included. Of the 16 rosters, 5 had 3 full lines and one team had to actually forfeit. Norwood iced 9 skaters Friday, 10 Saturday, and 14 Sunday. Grey Highlands had 14 on Friday and Saturday, and 13 when they won by forfeit on Sunday. Seaforth had 13 Friday, and 14 for each of the other 2 games. Muskoka went with 11 on Friday, and forfeited on Sunday. This is supposed to be Junior Hockey, where a full roster is 18 skaters and 2 goalies.
     
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    Anybody have attendance figures? Curious to see what the teams are getting to their games.
     
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    watching streams of the games, the stands are empty. The O-Town at Almonte game on Sunday posted an attendance of 34.
     
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    the OP wants it known that the Sharpshooters average 54 paying customers per game. He had to post that in another topic.
     
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    Whats new in this league?
     
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    With hockey some say I will let me kid go to another market from sept-march the issue with the OPDL is its a 12 month a year season.
     
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    Almonte Jr Sharpshooters Win it all

    Just want to congratulate the team on winning the championship.
    thank you
     
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    The CPJHL website does not include O-Town Rebels or the inaugural season champions Almonte Shaprshooters in it's team list.

    http://www.cpjhl.com/teams

    No word anywhere else on the website about it.
    Is it a simple mistake?
    Did both teams leave and plan to play elsewhere?
    Cease operations?
    What happened?
     
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    Is this the league that is rumoured to have a team in Smiths Falls next season
     
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    Smiths Falls Settlers

    Yes, SF is getting a team in this league as the former Glengarry Highlanders ( Alexandria? ) moves & becomes the SF Settlers. Team is Owned and operated by Frank and Michelle Morris, & the former is also the GM/Head Coach. Barry Degray is an assistant coach
    http://www.cpjhl.com/news/highlanders-move-rebrand-as-smiths-falls-settlers
     
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    It was there under 18 team that played in the NCPHL.
     
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    OK, one question answered, 10 more new ones !

    Reading about these programs on line is like watching a car wreck, you can't look away but you know you should.

    So now I see the Sharpshooters have "merge" with the Ottawa Valley Wolves who did not seem to exist before this summer and they really want to make it clear to everyone they are in no way affiliated to the O-Town Rebels.

    :The Ottawa Valley Wolves has no Affiliation, Association or partnership of any kids with the O-Town Rebels.

    The O.V.W. just want to clear up the misconducted rumors that we are related to the O-Town Rebels.

    The Ottawa Valley Wolves has no Affiliation, Association or Partnership of any kind with the O-Town Rebels.


    I really hope at some point that this new association, whose goal it is to send their players off to the NCAA invests in someone to spell check their website.
     
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    13/22 of their CPJHL roster played games in the NCPHL for them
     
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    This league only gets more ridiculous.
    After a shaky first year, where 2 teams joined to ensure the had enough for one roster, 2/11 teams dropped out in the week leading up to the season start, and another was given a 2-week delay before dropping out, the league boots out two other teams. 2-3 of the remaining teams struggled to ice enough players for games, and 2 had to relocate after the first year. After year one, they have 6 teams.
    So the the league decided, instead of making sure all of the teams they already had were viable, they would allow expansion. They grant new franchises to Bracebridge, Brampton, Coldwater and Creemore, to bring the league to 10 teams. Shortly after the announcement, Creemore bows out, dropping them to 9. Then they also take in 4 more teams from the former NCPHL; Ottawa, Lake Erie, Manawaki, and the Eastern Ontario Hockey Academy (one of which they had recently booted). So, in the month leading up to the start of their second season, they suddenly have 13 teams.
    A week before the exhibition games start (and after the school year started), for season #2, the Brampton coach announces he is now coaching in Manawaki. Brampton merges with Grey Highlands, and the Brampton players are to move 130km away to continue playing.....and then there was 12.
    With the league now into its 4th week, two teams are sharing the same coach, while Lake Erie has yet to play a single game, has no listed roster, and no listed home arena. Player issues are almost everywhere, 14/31 games have had at least one team ice 12 or fewer skaters, and in 3 of those games, both teams couldn't ice 3 full lines. The 'highlights' have been a 10 vs 8 game between Manawaki and Cobourg, and Grey Highlands taking 5 skaters to Seaforth. Only 5 teams have iced 3 lines in every game. Grey Highlands has rostered 21 skaters, but only 4 have played all 6 games, and 9 have played less than 3 of them....could be why they haven't iced a reasonable lineup in half of their games.
     

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