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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
TheBackOfTheCage #321904 02/28/21 05:16 PM
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Sure, Hawks have a team entered for WSYL but without their holdbacks how good are they?[/quote]

Losing 4 out of 22 players will be tough, but I think the other 18 are up to showing what they can do. We’ll know soon enough[/quote]

Are any of the four considered big contributors at their position? Starters? Etc? Or are most of the guys who will miss mostly role players?

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sure, Hawks have a team entered for WSYL but without their holdbacks how good are they?

Losing 4 out of 22 players will be tough, but I think the other 18 are up to showing what they can do. We’ll know soon enough[/quote]

Are any of the four considered big contributors at their position? Starters? Etc? Or are most of the guys who will miss mostly role players?[/quote]

All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Sure, Hawks have a team entered for WSYL but without their holdbacks how good are they?

Losing 4 out of 22 players will be tough, but I think the other 18 are up to showing what they can do. We’ll know soon enough

Are any of the four considered big contributors at their position? Starters? Etc? Or are most of the guys who will miss mostly role players?[/quote]

All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.[/quote]

Great. Plan on that.

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Anonymous #321912 02/28/21 08:11 PM
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2 are starters...2 role players

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Sure, Hawks have a team entered for WSYL but without their holdbacks how good are they?

Losing 4 out of 22 players will be tough, but I think the other 18 are up to showing what they can do. We’ll know soon enough

Are any of the four considered big contributors at their position? Starters? Etc? Or are most of the guys who will miss mostly role players?[/quote]

All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.[/quote]

Trust this person above. Well informed. The huge middie. Both Huge attackmen and their biggest new defenseman all too old. I hear there's actually 3 others but they are keeping it a surprise

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
Anonymous #321917 02/28/21 09:12 PM
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This reads as if Donald Trump is commenting on 7th grade lacrosse.

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This reads as if Donald Trump is commenting on 7th grade lacrosse.

So explain how the hawks are going to fill the holes. Did you add more kids for WSYL. Last time I saw hawks play most of the kids sat on sidelines until the score was run up, then the smaller kids were allowed out on the field. Hawks will be a much different and weaker team at WSYL.

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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Sure, Hawks have a team entered for WSYL but without their holdbacks how good are they?

Losing 4 out of 22 players will be tough, but I think the other 18 are up to showing what they can do. We’ll know soon enough

Are any of the four considered big contributors at their position? Starters? Etc? Or are most of the guys who will miss mostly role players?

All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.[/quote]

Trust this person above. Well informed. The huge middie. Both Huge attackmen and their biggest new defenseman all too old. I hear there's actually 3 others but they are keeping it a surprise[/quote]



You obviously have no idea what you speak of.
1 best defender
1 2nd or 3rd line mid
1 starting attack, big kid
1 back up lefty attack


If you do not know what you speak of, don't speak.at all These 4 are being replaced by 4 hawks from the 2027 team, including 2 that used to play on the original 26 team.

Those are the facts

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
Originally Posted by Anonymous
Sure, Hawks have a team entered for WSYL but without their holdbacks how good are they?

Losing 4 out of 22 players will be tough, but I think the other 18 are up to showing what they can do. We’ll know soon enough

Are any of the four considered big contributors at their position? Starters? Etc? Or are most of the guys who will miss mostly role players?[/quote]

All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.[/quote]

Is amazing how you can be so confident and so wrong at the same time. If you know so much, what positions? Numbers?

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Anonymous #321936 03/01/21 08:11 AM
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Sure, Hawks have a team entered for WSYL but without their holdbacks how good are they?

Losing 4 out of 22 players will be tough, but I think the other 18 are up to showing what they can do. We’ll know soon enough

Are any of the four considered big contributors at their position? Starters? Etc? Or are most of the guys who will miss mostly role players?

All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.

Trust this person above. Well informed. The huge middie. Both Huge attackmen and their biggest new defenseman all too old. I hear there's actually 3 others but they are keeping it a surprise[/quote]



You obviously have no idea what you speak of.
1 best defender
1 2nd or 3rd line mid
1 starting attack, big kid
1 back up lefty attack


If you do not know what you speak of, just shut your mouth. These 4 are being replaced by 4 hawks from the 2027 team, including 2 that used to play on the original 26 team.

Those are the facts[/quote]

Wait until the 3 they are not telling people about have to sit. People are going to be shocked.

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Re: Boys 2026 Grads - Mid Atlantic Region
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This reads as if Donald Trump is commenting on 7th grade lacrosse.

So explain how the hawks are going to fill the holes. Did you add more kids for WSYL. Last time I saw hawks play most of the kids sat on sidelines until the score was run up, then the smaller kids were allowed out on the field. Hawks will be a much different and weaker team at WSYL.

They never rest the big mid ever. He has played 40 minutes a game for the last 2 years straight and never missed a game and scores every goal for them. Good thing he can't play WSYL

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All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.[/quote]

Trust this person above. Well informed. The huge middie. Both Huge attackmen and their biggest new defenseman all too old. I hear there's actually 3 others but they are keeping it a surprise[/quote]



You obviously have no idea what you speak of.
1 best defender
1 2nd or 3rd line mid
1 starting attack, big kid
1 back up lefty attack


If you do not know what you speak of, just shut your mouth. These 4 are being replaced by 4 hawks from the 2027 team, including 2 that used to play on the original 26 team.

Those are the facts[/quote]

Wait until the 3 they are not telling people about have to sit. People are going to be shocked.[/quote]

Both tall attack are out of the WSYL?

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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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This reads as if Donald Trump is commenting on 7th grade lacrosse.

So explain how the hawks are going to fill the holes. Did you add more kids for WSYL. Last time I saw hawks play most of the kids sat on sidelines until the score was run up, then the smaller kids were allowed out on the field. Hawks will be a much different and weaker team at WSYL.

They never rest the big mid ever. He has played 40 minutes a game for the last 2 years straight and never missed a game and scores every goal for them. Good thing he can't play WSYL

This is funny because he's been hurt for the better part of two years and he will be playing in the WSYL

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Anonymous #321948 03/01/21 09:13 AM
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Originally Posted by Anonymous
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This reads as if Donald Trump is commenting on 7th grade lacrosse.

So explain how the hawks are going to fill the holes. Did you add more kids for WSYL. Last time I saw hawks play most of the kids sat on sidelines until the score was run up, then the smaller kids were allowed out on the field. Hawks will be a much different and weaker team at WSYL.

They never rest the big mid ever. He has played 40 minutes a game for the last 2 years straight and never missed a game and scores every goal for them. Good thing he can't play WSYL

This is funny because he's been hurt for the better part of two years and he will be playing in the WSYL

Surprise, he's uninformed.

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Anonymous #321950 03/01/21 09:21 AM
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All four were starters. So basically 40% different team on field, I would say it is a different weaker team showing up to WSYL.

Trust this person above. Well informed. The huge middie. Both Huge attackmen and their biggest new defenseman all too old. I hear there's actually 3 others but they are keeping it a surprise[/quote]



You obviously have no idea what you speak of.
1 best defender
1 2nd or 3rd line mid
1 starting attack, big kid
1 back up lefty attack


If you do not know what you speak of, just shut your mouth. These 4 are being replaced by 4 hawks from the 2027 team, including 2 that used to play on the original 26 team.

Those are the facts[/quote]

Wait until the 3 they are not telling people about have to sit. People are going to be shocked.[/quote]

Both tall attack are out of the WSYL?[/quote]

No

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