2017-2018 Program Comparisons
*Full ice calculation = program cost/((half-ice practices + half-ice development)/2)+(full-ice practices + Full-ice player development)+ home games). This does not take into account away games, tournament fees (which are usually about 100.00 a player) or any league fees if your in one. We all know home games, practice and player development are 90% of team costs.
Questions for the Jr. Lady Canes
- Are your player development sessions full ice and age appropriate?
- What happens if you do not get 17 (U16AA) skaters on your team?
- Why am I paying more for Half Ice practices?
Questions for the Lady Eagles
- Why is your required apparel so expensive?
- Our apparel is comprehensive and great quality.
- If you bought gear last year talk to us about it.
- Why do you travel so much?
- We play competitive teams and they are all up north.
- Why do you promote prep school?
- We promote your player and their dreams if that is prep school, D1 or D3 but still want to stay in the Carolina's for now, We are your team.
Well, yes we do, but we make sure its worth it. Is the competition hard? Can we find Sponsors to help? Buses, Vans how do we make it as economical as possible. The best all girls tournaments in the United States are Detroit, Rochester and Boston. This Season we hit 2 out of 3 and The Lady Eagles will be at Boston this upcoming season.
Why the CBHL?
We need a league to make the regular season mean something. The Southeastern representative for Nationals has come from the CBHL for years and we get an opportunity to play them on a regular basis. Who else are you going to play... Boys Teams?
Both USA Hockey and Women's Sports Foundation agree ALL girls teams should not play boys teams U14 and up.
The Lady Eagles use Social Media to promote our players and teams with Player Cards, Highlights, Full Games and News articles. The girls hockey community is small but geographically spread-out around North America. These methods provide a view into our program and allows our Lady Eagles to play longer seasons, go to school at home and still have a chance to be seen by coaches around the country.