LOWELL, Mass. — Wednesday night was another chance for the MIAA to shine on the big stage. The four best high school hockey teams in the state were playing at the Tsongas Center in front of a half dozen Hockey East coaches and several more from Atlantic Hockey and Division III.
Instead, it was another display of the complete ineptitude of the governing body that controls high school sports in the Commonwealth.
While the four teams gave it their all on the ice, the rest of the product was nothing short of disgraceful.
There were no rosters or program books for anyone — fans, coaches, nor scouts. It was a second straight night at the Super 8 where there were no rosters or program books. How can the MIAA not have rosters available in order to promote the players it claims to care so deeply about?