Re: Girls that Play
I have had girls (women) on my team the last two summers. 2 years ago, the girl played well and ended up with 1 point in 8 games but played her position (D) well.
Last season the girl had 2 goals 3 assists in 4 games. She was a threat to score if she had the puck. Neither were pushovers. Only difference was that they changed in a different lockerroom. And if they hit someone they got away with it because they were smaller. But everyone stood up for them if they got hit. Bottom line, if you can play, I don't care if you are male, female or a hermaphrodite (well I might care about that) but really if you can play, I don't care male or female.
As for my lady, she doesn't need to play(nice if she did) but she must understand the game at least.
SUNY Brockport Roller Hockey Club
President and Captain 1995-1999
Ron Sardina #89
SUNY Brockport Golden Eagles 1995-1999
Founding member of ECRHA