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kniven
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Post by kniven » Fri Oct 07, 2016 5:33 pm

Forest Lake, Elk River, Andover, then everybody else? Duluth Marshall will still be very young but talented. CEC and Marshall will be fighting for that home game in the quarters. Any feedback would be appreciated:)

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Post by Hard water fan » Sun Oct 09, 2016 2:08 pm

You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...

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Post by Rocketwrister » Mon Oct 10, 2016 7:23 pm

Andover, Elk, Rapids, Forest Lake. These will be top four teams. The rest battling out not be finish 7th or 8th.

Duluth will be better then last yr, CEC lost a TON of seniors....they won't be as good as last yr.

Cambridge and st Fran?? Not sure

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Post by Jeffy95 » Wed Oct 12, 2016 11:32 am

Hard water fan wrote:You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...
Marshall is very young, but they have one of the best coaches in the Area. They should be pretty good in a year or two.

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Post by Rocketwrister » Wed Oct 12, 2016 12:22 pm

Jeffy95 wrote:
Hard water fan wrote:You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...
Marshall is very young, but they have one of the best coaches in the Area. They should be pretty good in a year or two.
Who is it?

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Post by Jeffy95 » Wed Oct 12, 2016 1:16 pm

Rocketwrister wrote:
Jeffy95 wrote:
Hard water fan wrote:You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...
Marshall is very young, but they have one of the best coaches in the Area. They should be pretty good in a year or two.
Who is it?
Sean Storie. One of the best coaches I've seen when it comes to skill development.

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Post by kniven » Wed Oct 12, 2016 3:22 pm

Jeffy95 wrote:
Hard water fan wrote:You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...
Marshall is very young, but they have one of the best coaches in the Area. They should be pretty good in a year or two.
Yea. I'm thinking the Duluth Marshall will be routinely winning 7AA in the near future going forward. ei. Duluth East in boys hockey. Others will make their appearances but Marshall will be a major force routinely comepeting for the big metro schools for a state birth.

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Post by jg2112 » Wed Oct 12, 2016 3:50 pm

kniven wrote:
Jeffy95 wrote:
Hard water fan wrote:You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...
Marshall is very young, but they have one of the best coaches in the Area. They should be pretty good in a year or two.
Yea. I'm thinking the Duluth Marshall will be routinely winning 7AA in the near future going forward. ei. Duluth East in boys hockey. Others will make their appearances but Marshall will be a major force routinely comepeting for the big metro schools for a state birth.
I don't think this is going to happen until about 2022 at the earliest. Andover and Forest Lake have way too much talent coming up in the next 0-3 years.

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Post by pepperpot » Wed Oct 12, 2016 4:32 pm

Marshall routinely at state? LOL yesh sure. Maybe if they start filling those new dorms with internationals superstars. If not sorry. Boys went AA because they can't compete with Hermantown at A and can't recruit anyone good. It's the last gasp. Their girls team is young, but won't be a factor despite having the best "skill development coach" (homer). Skills are made in the off season.Hermantown and Hibbing girls are the only programs that will continue to do good at A especially when all the good players from Duluth decide to move to the suburbs and get a free education and a good hockey team instead of paying 15 large to attend a crappy school.

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Post by kniven » Wed Oct 12, 2016 4:44 pm

pepperpot wrote:Marshall routinely at state? LOL yesh sure. Maybe if they start filling those new dorms with internationals superstars. If not sorry. Boys went AA because they can't compete with Hermantown at A and can't recruit anyone good. It's the last gasp. Their girls team is young, but won't be a factor despite having the best "skill development coach" (homer). Skills are made in the off season.Hermantown and Hibbing girls are the only programs that will continue to do good at A especially when all the good players from Duluth decide to move to the suburbs and get a free education and a good hockey team instead of paying 15 large to attend a crappy school.
Yes. Good points pepper. Numbers are really, really bad as a whole with most if not all girls squads north of Forest Lake. Kudos to CEC for playing AA on girls side. Extreme underdogs every year in 7AA. Me, personally, i would not have a cow if the girls moved down to A. But I'm an idiot! What do I know. I know this though. I'll support my teams no matter where they play 10000%!!!

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Post by Rocketwrister » Wed Oct 12, 2016 7:10 pm

Jeffy95 wrote:
Rocketwrister wrote:
Jeffy95 wrote:
Hard water fan wrote:You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...
Marshall is very young, but they have one of the best coaches in the Area. They should be pretty good in a year or two.
Who is it?
Sean Storie. One of the best coaches I've seen when it comes to skill development.
Sean storie? He played for Superior right? Runs a bar or something like that in Superior? I never knew the guy coached. I looked back through Marshall history...from Konawalchuk, to Ryan Coole for a short period to a Genereau for even a shorter period to now storie. They seem to have gone through their fair share of coaches.

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Post by Jeffy95 » Wed Oct 12, 2016 10:30 pm

Rocketwrister wrote:
Jeffy95 wrote:
Rocketwrister wrote:
Jeffy95 wrote:
Hard water fan wrote:You might have meant to post this on the boys forum? DM is single A on the girls side, and they will be watching Hibbing and the Mirage battle it out in Virginia for the right to go to State. JMO...
Marshall is very young, but they have one of the best coaches in the Area. They should be pretty good in a year or two.
Who is it?
Sean Storie. One of the best coaches I've seen when it comes to skill development.
Sean storie? He played for Superior right? Runs a bar or something like that in Superior? I never knew the guy coached. I looked back through Marshall history...from Konawalchuk, to Ryan Coole for a short period to a Genereau for even a shorter period to now storie. They seem to have gone through their fair share of coaches.
Yeah, he played at Superior High and then a couple years in the USHL. He coached Team Wisconsin Midgets for 4-5 years and then in the NAHL for awhile before moving back. I don't know if he runs a bar but he's the Development Coordinator for Rapid Fire which I believe is a full-time position.

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