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06-01-2010, 10:55 AM
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Originally Posted by sigx15 View Post
The empire league is both good and bad. If a player truly has the talent he can use it as a stepping stone but a lot of times players get in the league and just become another player in the league. He must excel to really move on and get the exposure he needs. The breakers are a middle of the pack team and to tell you the truth a lot of times players may be used to fill rosters but the upper teams do not develop a lot of players from their B teams rather scout from teams all over the country.

A good development program with upward mobility is the junior bruins. The breakers were a much better organization 10 years ago than they are today and still use their old reputation from then to attract players. That said if he can go there and dominate he will be fine.
I would also put the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs with good upward mobility also

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