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Vulture
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Re: New Lourdes coach

Post by Vulture » Wed May 13, 2009 5:09 pm

Great pick, Josh will do a Fantastic job. If you are wondering where to play H.S. Hockey in Rochester it is a No Brainer..... LOURDES

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Re: New Lourdes coach

Post by anidesx » Wed May 13, 2009 6:03 pm

Vulture wrote:Great pick, Josh will do a Fantastic job. If you are wondering where to play H.S. Hockey in Rochester it is a No Brainer..... LOURDES
Great idea. Make sure to concentrate solely on hockey while there. No reason to bother oneself with an education as the NHL is a sure bet with the training that is sure to be received. The other constant is that the head coaches stay for such a long time in the Lourdes hockey program.

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Re: New Lourdes coach

Post by nickel slots » Wed May 13, 2009 6:29 pm

anidesx wrote:
Vulture wrote:Great pick, Josh will do a Fantastic job. If you are wondering where to play H.S. Hockey in Rochester it is a No Brainer..... LOURDES
Great idea. Make sure to concentrate solely on hockey while there. No reason to bother oneself with an education as the NHL is a sure bet with the training that is sure to be received. The other constant is that the head coaches stay for such a long time in the Lourdes hockey program.
Are you suggesting that the academic programs at Mayo, JM & Century trump that of Lourdes?
Don't sweat the small stuff.
It's all small stuff.

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Post by Anchorland » Thu May 14, 2009 4:04 am

Congrats Josh!

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Post by Rookie19 » Tue May 19, 2009 9:31 pm

Let's see:
Mayo Graduate, did not graduate from college, catholic maybe?, Hot Head.
no one else apply?

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Post by aflac » Tue May 19, 2009 10:00 pm

If you only had a clue Rookie

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Post by southernmnscout » Tue May 19, 2009 10:38 pm

aflac wrote:If you only had a clue Rookie
Exactly! If I had kids in highschool again there is no doubt I would want them to play for Josh. He is the only coach in town that will actually do something for his players and actually work all year long. Not just the winter season. Wait and see the hard work he will get out of his players Rookie19.

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Re: New Lourdes coach

Post by anidesx » Fri May 22, 2009 2:37 pm

nickel slots wrote:
anidesx wrote:
Vulture wrote:Great pick, Josh will do a Fantastic job. If you are wondering where to play H.S. Hockey in Rochester it is a No Brainer..... LOURDES
Great idea. Make sure to concentrate solely on hockey while there. No reason to bother oneself with an education as the NHL is a sure bet with the training that is sure to be received. The other constant is that the head coaches stay for such a long time in the Lourdes hockey program.
Are you suggesting that the academic programs at Mayo, JM & Century trump that of Lourdes?
No. I am suggesting that individuals sometimes go to Lourdes for the wrong reason. I am not aware of any problems with the academic programs at Lourdes and I was not comparing them to any other high school in Rochester--are you? I am of the belief that the individuals who want to learn will do so regardless of the institution that they attend by necessity or by wealth.

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Post by Fire and Ice » Fri May 22, 2009 6:53 pm

What does not graduating from college have to do with being a good coach? Mayo Graduate hell Josh could be a JM Grad what is the difference?

Who is this Rookie?
Centennial AA State Champions 2004

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Post by southernmnscout » Fri May 22, 2009 9:32 pm

Fire and Ice wrote:What does not graduating from college have to do with being a good coach? Mayo Graduate hell Josh could be a JM Grad what is the difference?

Who is this Rookie?
Probably someone from Lourdes who does not like to work hard and knows Josh will make his kids work hard (which they should) and knows he will have to play JV AGAIN?????

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Post by SEMinnHockeyNut » Wed May 27, 2009 3:18 am

Did 'THEY' aka the Purple Posse' let anyone else apply?
Congrats to Josh...he inherits a nice program, but loses a very valuagle assistant in Forletti. They lost some great talent, but should get plenty since the pipeline still exists from the Bantam A program.

Does anyone know why Gill stepped down after only 2 season?
MAYO SPARTANS!

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Post by Rookie19 » Fri Feb 19, 2016 2:52 pm

Everyone still Happy :)

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