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08-22-2012, 03:47 PM
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Originally Posted by The Exiled One View Post
I was referring to an NHL contract, but either way, the education package he earned is not a contract. If he was under contract in the OHL, he'd be playing in the OHL.

I'm not defending NCAA rules, I'm defending the players right to bargain. However, if a player has signed a contract with an agent, he is clearly a professional. I realize that's not the case with all CHL players, but it is with many of them.
So if Padulo had an agent that did his OHL contract he would have an agent at one point in his career thus making him professional. Now the USHL allows this professional into their league making there league professional. Your words not mine! How can the NCAA recruit players from a PRO league?

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