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Caledonia Fan
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Niagara Whalers

Post by Caledonia Fan » Tue Aug 23, 2016 9:45 am

With Kelly, Jackson and Allen signed. And now the signing of Matt Hore how many more X JR-B players follow.
You might see a whole roster of 21 year old X JR-B players.




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Re: Niagara Whalers

Post by ILuvHackey » Tue Aug 23, 2016 11:33 am

If Hore can score 100 pts in the GOJHL, he's going to score about a 7,000 in that shitty ass "junior" league.

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Re: Niagara Whalers

Post by Canuckalhead » Sun Aug 28, 2016 12:20 pm

I think they are allowed 15, 20 and 21 year olds on their roster. Niagara had that many last season. Yes, most of the teams are "shitty," but when you get two of better teams playing, they will give the GOJHL a run for their money (just because they have older players who have already played at that level). The Niagara Whalers would have beat Pelham last season by twenty goals just like every other team (maybe not a fair comparison since Pelham couldn't beat a Jr. C team last year).

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Re: Niagara Whalers

Post by GOJHLfan1 » Wed Aug 31, 2016 8:50 am

Canuckalhead wrote:I think they are allowed 15, 20 and 21 year olds on their roster. Niagara had that many last season. Yes, most of the teams are "shitty," but when you get two of better teams playing, they will give the GOJHL a run for their money (just because they have older players who have already played at that level). The Niagara Whalers would have beat Pelham last season by twenty goals just like every other team (maybe not a fair comparison since Pelham couldn't beat a Jr. C team last year).
Pelham also didnt have the opportunity to sign overagers out of our loop so not a fair comparison no haha

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