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07-14-2011, 08:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Jonathan. View Post
This shows just how little you know about the NCAA. There have been players upwards of 25 years old in the NCAA (a lot of guys go the BCHL/USHL route and turn freshman at the age of 20 or 21 even).

The age in the NCAA tends to skew much further towards 21+ than it does in the CHL where it tends to skew much further towards 18 and 19. CHL teams can only have two overagers on their team at any time.

Players in the NHL are MUCH more physically mature than they are in the CHL. Bigger, stronger and tougher competition in regards to the physical nature of the game.
Would LOVE for you to get me a stat on how many players are 23 and over in the NCAA. Maybe 2-5%? And if they are playing in the NCAA still at that age, they probably aren't very good.

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