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10-03-2012, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by snovalleyhockeyfan View Post
Two other good examples of this, since we are talking about Simon Fraser, are both the U. of Alaska (Fairbanks) and the U. of Alaska-Anchorage. UAF and UAA are D-II schools in other sports, and they are league rivals of Simon Fraser, as all three are members of the Great Northwest Athletic Conference. Both Alaska schools, though, are D-I hockey schools.
Maybe we can add the canadian schools/alaska schools

So Hypothetical P12 Hockey:

UAA
UAF
USF
UW
WSU
UO
OSU

How many canadian colleges in Alberta/BC play hockey collegitely.

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