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08-04-2003, 12:10 PM
A big fall kickoff and BBQ is being hosted at Hat Trick Hockey in Palatine IL, for anyone that would like to attend! Skills competitions, Sports Arena Moonwalk, Dunk the Refs, and open skating for families and siblings with a live DJ will be on August 18th from 6-9pm. Awards from the summer leagues are being given out! Bring your equipment, and your biggest Super Soaker for a major water battle in the parking lots!
Coaches meeting August 11th for Fall Coaches and anyone interested in coaching Youth teams at 8pm in Pucks Sports Bar. Captains meeting for Adult teams will be August 25th at 8pm in Pucks Sports Bar.
Youth Rat Hockey begins August 22nd, 6-7:30pm for U12 and 7:30-9pm for U17, only $6.00!
Fall Leagues begin in August for most Leagues, check www.Hat-Trick-Hockey for beginning dates and get your letters of intent in asap!
Tryouts for U10 and U12B Team Leagues is August 19th at 6pm, Player evaluations for B Leagues is August 11th at 7pm, it's Free, so bring your equipment and find out where you fit in best!
You can call the rink at 847-394-8806 or email us at [email protected]
for information on any of our programs, and don't forget to check out our great line of Tournaments that begin in February with TOHRS Regionals and Pro Series!
08-08-2003, 11:07 AM
You make a personal attack on a facility's ownership and I'M Hitler? Very interesting logic, Seminole. I have no way of verifying your comments, nor those that followed saying you make racist comments, so I pulled both posts. I see nothing Hitlerish about it.
Inline Hockey Central
08-08-2003, 02:21 PM
Apparently you enjoy attacking other people. That's not what this site or message board is about.
>>Have you ever played there before?<<
>> I guess not knowing the facts then pulling a post...<<
I'm supposed to assume that just because you say something that I'm supposed to know it's true? Who are you? What reason do I have to believe you're a credible source? None. Therefore, I pulled your post. When the rink responded and said you constantly made racial remarks, I took that down too. Seems fair to me.
>>Again your on another part of the country and have no idea what kind of reputation The Hat Trick Facility and ownership has.<<
Exactly. That's why I can't assume to know what goes on there, and therefore cannot allow your personal attacks. Why don't you take your issues with the facility up with the management? Why should anyone who doesn't play there have to listen to your complaints about the management?
>>You have a lying owner who claimed to play the sport when he doesn't even know how to skate, the facility has a bar that serves to under age players.<<
I know nothing about the owner, and I don't care if he can skate or not. If the bar servers underage players, it isn't the first and it won't be the last to do so. Again, it's something you need to take up with the rink's ownership.
>>If they are lucky they will survive another year and then go out. The caliber of play there is perhaps a F level, if there is one....<<
And that has exactly what to do with drinking at the bar?
>>You claim to have your site viewed by a million people,<
>>but in my short time here in the forums I noticed that the Inline Community Nationwide is very small.<<
Wrong. It's very big, but it's dispersed across a large country, and people visit many different Web sites and message boards. Again, you spout off, but you have no facts to back up your arguments.
>>That is why good people like Mike H. (Clark&Addison) went to ice and left this cut throat business of Inline Hockey.<<
Mike didn't leave inline hockey because it was a small community; you can ask him. And I've been told that ice hockey is much more cut-throat than inline hockey. The business world is cut-throat in general, if you ask me.
>>Everyone on the forums tends to walk on eggs shells and not respond that much anymore, because if they speak their mind, they get attacked and sometimes the attacks are lead by you.<<
I respectfully disagree. I think that people respond when they feel there's something worth responding to, and I believe that the majority of IHC's Message Board readers appreciate the fact that Inline Hockey Central's discussions are civilized and not constantly filled with vituperative attacks and spam such as yours.
>>Why don't you do what The Hat Trick Facility does and that is create a forum for private users only and don't make your forum public that way you can run the forum like a Dictator and see what you only want to see.<<
Why don't you go to a Web site you like? No one is making you read Inline Hockey Central.
>>This Isn't Figure Skating Baby!<<
That's right. I hope you enjoy your new sport. Later.
Inline Hockey Central
08-09-2003, 10:12 AM
>> filled with vituperative attacks and spam such as yours.
Geez Rich, make me break out the dictionary, why don't you?
Eastern Collegiate Roller Hockey Association
08-09-2003, 04:12 PM
If you don't like the mgmt of the rink just say so. Too much info really looks like a full attack. There is a large inline community that does read this board and most do comment. I've been known to erase several messages before I finally posted where either the subject or the sender really got me toasted! Sometimes I don't respond at all because I just can't make it sound right. You could have offered your email for personal responses after just stating that you didn't like how things were done at that rink. That's getting the message across and for those who wanted more "sharing" you could have responded to your emails. There are ways to get your info out there. And leave "Hitler" alone! He's had a rough couple of weeks.
08-09-2003, 11:54 PM
Thanks for your help with this Richard, we had to shut our message boards down because of Alex and these rants of his that we didn't want our youth players and their families having to deal with it. We also contacted his ISP company and sent the postings and emails onto them. It's interesting that after so many problems, Alex still came and asked us to host his 'Pro League' series he was trying to set up. We declined to answer him and let it go at that.
There's plenty of places to play hockey, we enjoy our players and have a great time with them. We wish Alex well in his endeavors.
08-11-2003, 05:26 PM
Thank you for your support. However, I much prefer "Mad Dog" to "Hitler," thank you very much. /wtimages/icons/wink.gif
Inline Hockey Central
08-11-2003, 05:28 PM
You're in college, you should know the word "spam." /wtimages/icons/wink.gif
Inline Hockey Central
08-12-2003, 09:01 AM
Oh no-Mad Dog is the woman here in VA that was on the Survivor tv show.
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