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08-22-2012, 01:47 PM
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Originally Posted by The Exiled One View Post
If you can be under contract with an NHL team and get paid to play in the league, you are a professional. If there are professionals in the league, it is a professional league.
Just for clarification, any major junior player would be considered professional. Then a player that goes back to the USHL ie John Padulo plays for Muskegon is considered professional by your statement. Furthermore any player that played major junior and goes back to tier 2 would make there leagues now professional. How can the NCAA recruit players from these leagues if professionals are playing in them making them a professional league?

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