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12-04-2011, 03:06 AM
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silkyjohnson50
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Minnesota for sure. The talent in that state plays high school hockey.

While the state of Michigan develops a good amount of NHL players, rarely do those players actually play for their high schools. The most developed and talented players typically play travel for well-known clubs such as Compuware, Little Ceasars, and Honeybaked. As a result, Michigan high school hockey shouldn't even be in the same discussion as Minnesota.

Massachusetts has a pretty strong high school level though, don't they?

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