Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

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Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by hockeydad65 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:27 pm

me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:

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Re: Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by Cdale » Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:30 pm

hockeydad65 wrote:me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:
Who do you and your friend have in the top 5?

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Re: Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by edgeless2 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 3:44 pm

Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:
Who do you and your friend have in the top 5?
#71 from Sartell is my guy. Plays Wolfpack in the summer.

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Re: Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by hockeydad65 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 4:03 pm

Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:
Who do you and your friend have in the top 5?
not in order:

8 PL
15 LVS
17 EDINA
18 EP
15 PL/14 LVS

How about you? :roll:

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Post by Mnhockeys » Wed Nov 30, 2011 4:47 pm

#10 from Kennedy is my guy!!! :P Plays baseball only in the summer.

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Re: Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by Cdale » Wed Nov 30, 2011 5:52 pm

hockeydad65 wrote:
Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:
Who do you and your friend have in the top 5?
not in order:

8 PL
15 LVS
17 EDINA
18 EP
15 PL/14 LVS

How about you? :roll:
I can't imagine any kid (other than your kid) being ahead of any of the Wolfpack kids! So much training (on & off ice)...hard to top.

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Re: Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by PuckSense10 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 6:43 pm

Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:
Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:
Who do you and your friend have in the top 5?
not in order:

8 PL
15 LVS
17 EDINA
18 EP
15 PL/14 LVS

How about you? :roll:
I can't imagine any kid (other than your kid) being ahead of any of the Wolfpack kids! So much training (on & off ice)...hard to top.
Are you joking? Who in the heck are the Wolfpack? Never heard of a team or program called the WolfPack

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Re: Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by dogeatdog1 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 7:38 pm

hockeydad65 wrote:
Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:
Who do you and your friend have in the top 5?
not in order:

8 PL
15 LVS
17 EDINA
18 EP
15 PL/14 LVS
So you went to lunch with two LVS parents an Edina Parent, An EP parent Must have been some Lunch. :roll: Keep peewee names and numbers off the site. these kids are 11-12... I had the Best Peewee player in the world on my Peewee A team when I was young.... When he was a Senior in Highschool he was still the best Peewee Player in the world. It means nothing.

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Post by dogeatdog1 » Wed Nov 30, 2011 7:42 pm

sorry hd65 after reading your other 4 posts you must be from lvs and went to lunch with a parent from ep,pl,and Edina. I know from experience that a LVS parent wouldn't have to buy at that lunch :lol:

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Re: Who are the top 5 Pee Wees in the state?

Post by Cdale » Wed Nov 30, 2011 7:53 pm

PuckSense10 wrote:
Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:
Cdale wrote:
hockeydad65 wrote:me and my friend went to lunch one day and were having this discussion......any thoughts:?:
Who do you and your friend have in the top 5?
not in order:

8 PL
15 LVS
17 EDINA
18 EP
15 PL/14 LVS

How about you? :roll:
I can't imagine any kid (other than your kid) being ahead of any of the Wolfpack kids! So much training (on & off ice)...hard to top.
Are you joking? Who in the heck are the Wolfpack? Never heard of a team or program called the WolfPack
The'Pack are an elite (and I mean ELITE) upper midwest organization. That's all I can say.

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Post by hockey_is_a_choice » Wed Nov 30, 2011 11:15 pm

The best peewee A player in Minnesota is Alex Romulus. Alex is a true leader. He is an all-around player who has rocket speed, amazing skating ability, great hands, a fast, hard and accurate shot, and sees the ice better than anyone who has ever played the game. Romulus has great physical presence. At age 12, he is six feet tall, 170 pounds.

Romulus treats every practice like a tryout; he never quits a drill. And, Romulus always listens to his coaches. He is universally liked by his teammates and their parents. In a 36 minute game, Romulus is on the ice for 39 minutes. This season, he has 150 goals, 225 assists, and his goals against average in the 10 games where he played goalie is 3.14. At the end of every game, Romulus drives the Zamboni and then shoots one thousand pucks.

Romulus plays for the Wolfpack; he is coached by his dad, Wolfie. (If you have to ask about the Wolfpack, you don't understand youth hockey and are new to this blog. Suffice it to say, according to ancient writings, the Wolfpack is the premier youth hockey team.) Romulus has DI offers from Notre Dame, Boston College, and Vatican City. Romulus is projected to be the number one pick in the 2017 NHL draft. When he is not on the ice or at the rink, Romulus likes to play with his pet hamster. He favors milk and cookies and is afraid of the dark and crazy people who start threads about the best 12-year old hockey players in the State.

Karl, in his role as gatekeeper of this blog, has warned us all that there is an unwritten rule on this blog: Do not post the names and numbers of kids on the Youth Hockey Blog. Wait until they play high school hockey and then post their names and numbers on the High School Hockey Blogs.

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Post by Snoopdog007 » Thu Dec 01, 2011 12:12 am

hockey_is_a_choice wrote:The best peewee A player in Minnesota is Alex Romulus. Alex is a true leader. He is an all-around player who has rocket speed, amazing skating ability, great hands, a fast, hard and accurate shot, and sees the ice better than anyone who has ever played the game. Romulus has great physical presence. At age 12, he is six feet tall, 170 pounds.

Romulus treats every practice like a tryout; he never quits a drill. And, Romulus always listens to his coaches. He is universally liked by his teammates and their parents. In a 36 minute game, Romulus is on the ice for 39 minutes. This season, he has 150 goals, 225 assists, and his goals against average in the 10 games where he played goalie is 3.14. At the end of every game, Romulus drives the Zamboni and then shoots one thousand pucks.

Romulus plays for the Wolfpack; he is coached by his dad, Wolfie. (If you have to ask about the Wolfpack, you don't understand youth hockey and are new to this blog. Suffice it to say, according to ancient writings, the Wolfpack is the premier youth hockey team.) Romulus has DI offers from Notre Dame, Boston College, and Vatican City. Romulus is projected to be the number one pick in the 2017 NHL draft. When he is not on the ice or at the rink, Romulus likes to play with his pet hamster. He favors milk and cookies and is afraid of the dark and crazy people who start threads about the best 12-year old hockey players in the State.

Karl, in his role as gatekeeper of this blog, has warned us all that there is an unwritten rule on this blog: Do not post the names and numbers of kids on the Youth Hockey Blog. Wait until they play high school hockey and then post their names and numbers on the High School Hockey Blogs.
HIAC - I have been reading this forum for about 2 years now and I can honestly say I have never laughed as hard as I just did after reading your post. You brought line after line that made my eyes water more and more. I especially like the name of the coach - Wolfie. Please let us know when Romulus is in town for all of us to watch. This thread needs more humor like yours. Great job!

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Post by Tabes05 » Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:13 am

[quote="hockey_is_a_choice"]The best peewee A player in Minnesota is Alex Romulus. Alex is a true leader. He is an all-around player who has rocket speed, amazing skating ability, great hands, a fast, hard and accurate shot, and sees the ice better than anyone who has ever played the game. Romulus has great physical presence. At age 12, he is six feet tall, 170 pounds.

Romulus treats every practice like a tryout; he never quits a drill. And, Romulus always listens to his coaches. He is universally liked by his teammates and their parents. In a 36 minute game, Romulus is on the ice for 39 minutes. This season, he has 150 goals, 225 assists, and his goals against average in the 10 games where he played goalie is 3.14. At the end of every game, Romulus drives the Zamboni and then shoots one thousand pucks.

Romulus plays for the Wolfpack; he is coached by his dad, Wolfie. (If you have to ask about the Wolfpack, you don't understand youth hockey and are new to this blog. Suffice it to say, according to ancient writings, the Wolfpack is the premier youth hockey team.) Romulus has DI offers from Notre Dame, Boston College, and Vatican City. Romulus is projected to be the number one pick in the 2017 NHL draft. When he is not on the ice or at the rink, Romulus likes to play with his pet hamster. He favors milk and cookies and is afraid of the dark and crazy people who start threads about the best 12-year old hockey players in the State.

Karl, in his role as gatekeeper of this blog, has warned us all that there is an unwritten rule on this blog: Do not post the names and numbers of kids on the Youth Hockey Blog. Wait until they play high school hockey and then post their names and numbers on the High School Hockey Blogs.[/quote]

Well played....no names, no numbers

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Post by MnMade-4-Life » Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:39 am

hockey_is_a_choice wrote:The best peewee A player in Minnesota is Alex Romulus. Alex is a true leader. He is an all-around player who has rocket speed, amazing skating ability, great hands, a fast, hard and accurate shot, and sees the ice better than anyone who has ever played the game. Romulus has great physical presence. At age 12, he is six feet tall, 170 pounds.

Romulus treats every practice like a tryout; he never quits a drill. And, Romulus always listens to his coaches. He is universally liked by his teammates and their parents. In a 36 minute game, Romulus is on the ice for 39 minutes. This season, he has 150 goals, 225 assists, and his goals against average in the 10 games where he played goalie is 3.14. At the end of every game, Romulus drives the Zamboni and then shoots one thousand pucks.

Romulus plays for the Wolfpack; he is coached by his dad, Wolfie. (If you have to ask about the Wolfpack, you don't understand youth hockey and are new to this blog. Suffice it to say, according to ancient writings, the Wolfpack is the premier youth hockey team.) Romulus has DI offers from Notre Dame, Boston College, and Vatican City. Romulus is projected to be the number one pick in the 2017 NHL draft. When he is not on the ice or at the rink, Romulus likes to play with his pet hamster. He favors milk and cookies and is afraid of the dark and crazy people who start threads about the best 12-year old hockey players in the State.

Karl, in his role as gatekeeper of this blog, has warned us all that there is an unwritten rule on this blog: Do not post the names and numbers of kids on the Youth Hockey Blog. Wait until they play high school hockey and then post their names and numbers on the High School Hockey Blogs.
Sadly, I have no argument for this post. I saw him take a 1 on 5 during a line change ... dangled the first four kids and used the last defensman as a screen for the goalie ... he is the real deal. Can't fault the Wolfpack for building around this kid.
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Post by dogeatdog1 » Thu Dec 01, 2011 8:53 am

MnMade-4-Life wrote:
hockey_is_a_choice wrote:The best peewee A player in Minnesota is Alex Romulus. Alex is a true leader. He is an all-around player who has rocket speed, amazing skating ability, great hands, a fast, hard and accurate shot, and sees the ice better than anyone who has ever played the game. Romulus has great physical presence. At age 12, he is six feet tall, 170 pounds.

Romulus treats every practice like a tryout; he never quits a drill. And, Romulus always listens to his coaches. He is universally liked by his teammates and their parents. In a 36 minute game, Romulus is on the ice for 39 minutes. This season, he has 150 goals, 225 assists, and his goals against average in the 10 games where he played goalie is 3.14. At the end of every game, Romulus drives the Zamboni and then shoots one thousand pucks.

Romulus plays for the Wolfpack; he is coached by his dad, Wolfie. (If you have to ask about the Wolfpack, you don't understand youth hockey and are new to this blog. Suffice it to say, according to ancient writings, the Wolfpack is the premier youth hockey team.) Romulus has DI offers from Notre Dame, Boston College, and Vatican City. Romulus is projected to be the number one pick in the 2017 NHL draft. When he is not on the ice or at the rink, Romulus likes to play with his pet hamster. He favors milk and cookies and is afraid of the dark and crazy people who start threads about the best 12-year old hockey players in the State.

Karl, in his role as gatekeeper of this blog, has warned us all that there is an unwritten rule on this blog: Do not post the names and numbers of kids on the Youth Hockey Blog. Wait until they play high school hockey and then post their names and numbers on the High School Hockey Blogs.
Sadly, I have no argument for this post. I saw him take a 1 on 5 during a line change ... dangled the first four kids and used the last defensman as a screen for the goalie ... he is the real deal. Can't fault the Wolfpack for building around this kid.
If only there were Checking in Peewees. MY!!! kid would destroy this toe pulling dangler. Romulus would never make it to Bantams. :D

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Post by weemet » Thu Dec 01, 2011 3:06 pm

I like the top 5 posted earlier but I think the 99 fire/machine player who is skating for Mounds View should definitly be in consideration. He is getting excluded cause he plays for a junk association.

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Post by hockeydad65 » Thu Dec 01, 2011 3:26 pm

weemet wrote:I like the top 5 posted earlier but I think the 99 fire/machine player who is skating for Mounds View should definitly be in consideration. He is getting excluded cause he plays for a junk association.
Have seen the kid from Moundsview play. he is a great player thankyou for reminding me. :D

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Post by ThePuckStopsHere » Thu Dec 01, 2011 3:35 pm

hockeydad65 wrote:
weemet wrote:I like the top 5 posted earlier but I think the 99 fire/machine player who is skating for Mounds View should definitly be in consideration. He is getting excluded cause he plays for a junk association.
Have seen the kid from Moundsview play. he is a great player thankyou for reminding me. :D
All top 5 are from PL, you know the only 5 that ever play :lol: :lol:

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Post by hockeymannorth » Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:18 pm

has anyone seen #6 from Roseville big and strong saw him score 3 hat tricks in Hermantown tourny

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Post by old goalie85 » Tue Dec 13, 2011 12:56 pm

Osseo/MG has a kid that must come from the pack. Big, Fast dominated the game I saw in Duluth. More so than the kid from Prior Lake. Both have Wolfpack type Talent!!!!!

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Post by ThePuckStopsHere » Tue Dec 13, 2011 1:35 pm

old goalie85 wrote:Osseo/MG has a kid that must come from the pack. Big, Fast dominated the game I saw in Duluth. More so than the kid from Prior Lake. Both have Wolfpack type Talent!!!!!
Another brilliant hockey observation by the almighty OG85 – maybe for once enlighten us with something we don’t already know :wink:

Yea and the Wolfpack is about as old as the Wolfpack humor can get :shock:

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Post by silentbutdeadly3139 » Tue Dec 13, 2011 3:34 pm

ThePuckStopsHere wrote:
old goalie85 wrote:Osseo/MG has a kid that must come from the pack. Big, Fast dominated the game I saw in Duluth. More so than the kid from Prior Lake. Both have Wolfpack type Talent!!!!!
Another brilliant hockey observation by the almighty OG85 – maybe for once enlighten us with something we don’t already know :wink:

Yea and the Wolfpack is about as old as the Wolfpack humor can get :shock:
But the OMG player is very good. He is real unlike the pack

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Post by Irish » Tue Dec 13, 2011 5:23 pm

Mnhockeys wrote:#10 from Kennedy is my guy!!! :P Plays baseball only in the summer.
Lets just say #10 on Kennedy isn't even the best player on Kennedy. So you left another player out.

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Post by edgeless2 » Tue Dec 13, 2011 11:12 pm

hockeydad65 wrote:
weemet wrote:I like the top 5 posted earlier but I think the 99 fire/machine player who is skating for Mounds View should definitly be in consideration. He is getting excluded cause he plays for a junk association.
Have seen the kid from Moundsview play. he is a great player thankyou for reminding me. :D
I believe he is a 2000 and is definitely in the conversation.

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Post by silentbutdeadly3139 » Wed Dec 14, 2011 9:48 am

Irish wrote:
Mnhockeys wrote:#10 from Kennedy is my guy!!! :P Plays baseball only in the summer.
Lets just say #10 on Kennedy isn't even the best player on Kennedy. So you left another player out.
Kennedy or Jefferson? I don't see a #10 on Kennedy but there is a good one on Jefferson

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