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True Blue
08-04-2009, 06:31 PM
Magog Rosters and schedule are posted

http://kanadahockey.com/

Hux
08-04-2009, 08:21 PM
Wow, a web site. Welcome to the new millennium. :eek:
(though I'm not seeing any rosters. I don't think the site supports Firefox)

True Blue
08-04-2009, 09:01 PM
I can view it in firefox. It is however very strange , there is a very thin yellow stripe below the words
"Hockey Tournament Information Center SEE SCHEDULE FOR TIMETABLE AND RESULTS"
(but above the link that says "Magog Silver Seven Invitational Hockey Tournament")
I think that some how they buttons that are misplaced on the page .
It is almost invisible. If you rest your mouse (the little hand) so that the finger just touches the yellow line these are the places to click . The schedule is under the word "hockey" Rosters are under the word "information" there are various other things under the other words.
I found it by accident.
It actually does not seem to work with Explorer but only firefox

Hux
08-04-2009, 09:24 PM
Got it. Looks like the USA Selects will be the team to beat...at least of the US squads.

And speaking of USA Selects, does anyone else find their use of the USA Hockey logo on their jerseys and pants absolutely abhorrent? That logo on a jersey should be sacred, only to be worn by those who have earned the privilege. As such it should only be used by the true US Select and National teams, and not by youth or summer tourney teams.

True Blue
08-04-2009, 09:32 PM
Got it. Looks like the USA Selects will be the team to beat...at least of the US squads.

And speaking of USA Selects, does anyone else find their use of the USA Hockey logo on their jerseys and pants absolutely abhorrent? That logo on a jersey should be sacred, only to be worn by those who have earned the privilege. As such it should only be used by the true US Select and National teams, and not by youth or summer tourney teams.

In total agreement with you on this one.

OnMAA
08-04-2009, 09:44 PM
Wow, a web site. Welcome to the new millennium. :eek:
(though I'm not seeing any rosters. I don't think the site supports Firefox)

I had no problem viewing the roster, although not all of them are posted yet.

Edit: And they have had a website for the last two years. It was just hard to find.

Sweden
08-05-2009, 10:08 AM
Can't see the rosters. Can anyone list them here

OnMAA
08-05-2009, 12:14 PM
Can't see the rosters. Can anyone list them here


Try these direct links:

Rosters:
http://kanadahockey.com/Rosters_2009_v2.html

PDF:
http://kanadahockey.com/Rosters%202009_v2_Magog%20Silver%207%20Invitationa l%20Hockey%20Tournament.pdf

Excel:
http://kanadahockey.com/Rosters%202009_v2_Magog%20Silver%207%20Invitationa l%20Hockey%20Tournament.xls

Sweden
08-05-2009, 12:54 PM
Try these direct links:

Rosters:
http://kanadahockey.com/Rosters_2009_v2.html

PDF:
http://kanadahockey.com/Rosters%202009_v2_Magog%20Silver%207%20Invitationa l%20Hockey%20Tournament.pdf

Excel:
http://kanadahockey.com/Rosters%202009_v2_Magog%20Silver%207%20Invitationa l%20Hockey%20Tournament.xls


Thanks

goaliedad35
08-06-2009, 10:50 AM
We were just notified that neckguards are mandatory at this tournament. I would assume that they mean the soft cloth variety. Does this apply to goalies as well? Can anyone confirm? Thanks

BIG RED
08-06-2009, 11:01 AM
We were just notified that neckguards are mandatory at this tournament. I would assume that they mean the soft cloth variety. Does this apply to goalies as well? Can anyone confirm? Thanks


At every tournament my kid has played in the land of the Maple Leaf this has been the case. In Winnepeg the refs would also call a penalty on you if you had a zipper unzipped on the inseam of your breezers.

My advice= Everybody pack your neck guards.

Hux
08-06-2009, 12:46 PM
At every tournament my kid has played in the land of the Maple Leaf this has been the case. In Winnepeg the refs would also call a penalty on you if you had a zipper unzipped on the inseam of your breezers.

My advice= Everybody pack your neck guards.

Usually. I'd get one of those Vaughn bibs that go under the chest protector. They have a protective collar for keeping shots and such away from the throat and neck, with a mesh body so you stay cool. Wearing one also allows you to ditch the plastic throat protector from the mask, though I can't remember if your young progeny wears one.

goaliedad35
08-06-2009, 01:05 PM
Usually none of the above and you know how goalies are!

fireandice
08-06-2009, 02:06 PM
we were up there last year and all players including goalies were required to wear the soft ones.

Hux
08-06-2009, 02:22 PM
Usually none of the above and you know how goalies are!

Well, if she is anything like my niece....twitchy! :eek:

puckstopper35
08-08-2009, 01:56 AM
Everyone has to wear a neckquard w/the BNQ logo, including the goalie. There is an under armour style shirt that looks like a mock turtleneck but it's actually the approved BNQ neckguard!! A great alternative, the under armour and neck guard in one!

HAKEY17
09-14-2009, 09:35 AM
Just to throw it out there check the latest USA Hockey magazine encouraging you to buy the USA jersey and use them for your team.....just saying. I do agree that to wear that jersey is a privlage but when the jerseys are sold openly then it is fair game.This team was started to bring together some of the best young players in the country and play together in the summer against older competition.The selects played a much older Atlantic Canadien team and came out on the winning end 5-1 and the AC team had at least 2 college players.The USA Selects are a very talented group of girls from throughout the states and even Canada.Neither here nor there these kids are some of the best in the country and the jerseys they wear are not that big a deal but they do look gooooooooooooooooooood.