Unlikely to hit the net, and entering his 75th year of life, Dave needs every joyous moment that he can have before he passes from this earth. In banning him from D2 hockey at the A2 Ice Cube, you not only are robbing him of his last few years of happiness, but are also destroying valuable friendships.
Steven is a growing young boy, who needs mentor ship. Now that he will be in a locker-room with a bunch of degenerates, there is no telling the kind of person he will become. Taking him away from his D2 family will have extremely traumatic effects that are irreversible.
Doug did play B league, one time, a very long time ago. Just because someone does something, does that make them that kind of person? Does someone doing drugs once make them a drug addiction? Does not hitting an empty net make you a terrible hockey player? Does playing B league once mean you should be kicked off your D2 league team? Only someone of a cruel nature would deal in such absolutes.