Guest wrote:I thought that being on the Brick team was a great experience. The actual tournament was exciting and fun - the excitement, watching the other teams play, being on the livestream with the announcers, the MVP trophies, the number of current and former NHL players involved, etc. But that is only part of the experience.
I enjoyed all the pre-Brick practices and tournaments as much or more than the actual Brick tournament. If memory serves, we went to several such tournaments, most but not all in Toronto, to get ready. Seeing all those elite players playing together make for some great hockey, and it was eye opening to see how much talent is out there.
The whole deal cost me a fraction of the 10k people keep using.
Just what would that fraction be...7/10 = 7 grand? The entire Brick experience from beginning to end is no cheap dollar ride. I know parents that spent over 10K - that's the honest truth!