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10-26-2012, 05:25 PM
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Originally Posted by Krishna View Post
The NCAA players are credited with scholarships.. If they wanted to form a union, the NCAA would probably strip their scholarships and take their eligibility away
Yeah, that's the one thing that the NCAA has to stand on from a legal ground -- they don't pay their players, they are student-athletes. The CHL may have done themselves in by paying their players, however little that is.

Personally, I think this is long overdue for the CHL players. They're bassically getting the worst of both worlds -- they sacrifice their education to be full-time athletes, get paid peanuts, and then the NCAA considers them professionals so they can't go there after.

To me, either their professional athletes who receive compensation for performing services (playing hockey), or amateurs. This whole tiptoeing the middle-ground makes no sense for the players.

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