by The Jamestown Sun
December 29, 2012 at 1:11 am in The Jamestown Sun
Devils Lake eighth-grader Cole Thompson provided the definition of backbreaker against the Blue Jays at Jamestown’s Wilson Arena on Friday night. Continue Reading
Tags: Hockey, jays, Sports 5 Comments »
I try to attend as many bluejay sporting events as i can but this game triggered a nerve in me. I cant help but notice the selfishness on the team. Im not naming names but boys we are a team. There is 5 of you on the ice at one time, not one !!! We could have easily handed devils lake a loss in this game. Maybe that is why our girls are winning?? They seem to care that we get the point on the board and not behind our name. BOYS, we have a great team. Lets use every tool on that team to make it great. Pass the puck !!!!! Do you want to do something as a bluejay this year and get noticed for hard TEAMWORK? Go Jays !!
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Not to tough to figure out the one player you are talking about and I don’t even attend the games.
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It’s early in the season. There’s still time to play well.
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So based on your logic, would you call the leading scorer for the JHS girls team selfish too? She only has 3 assists to go with her 13 goals, but is that OK because the team has a winning record?
Don’t get me wrong, I support JHS hockey as much as anyone. I’m not calling anyone selfish. Based on what I’ve seen over the last few years, the teamwork on both the boys and girls teams has dramatically improved, and it’s not just one player hogging the limelight. Players are passing the puck, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to see that some players are just able to finish better than others.
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Funny that the one player you are talking about leads the team in both goals and assists. Doesn’t seem like a selfish player to me…
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