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10-16-2008, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Wolvesfan View Post
An example of a season is 05-06, 06-07, etc. All they have to do in play ONE game at the major junior level in order to have considered to have played one season. Asking how I know? Simple, I met someone in Hamilton, ON on my project that has 4 sons that play junior hockey and he has coached the lower level. His oldest son played major junior and is now going to be attending college. He said that the minute his son suited up and stepped on the ice in a regular season game for major junior, he was no longer able to attend college in the US and it was considered a season of eligibility at the major junior level.
That's an entirely different issue. The example you're using applies to NCAA eligibility. I'm still waiting for a CHL-NHL guru to clarify this issue. Anybody?

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