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11-11-2012, 09:38 PM
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Originally Posted by Xokkeu View Post
It's a fairly simple equation. The top talent, the super star CHL players, go to the NHL straight away. The ones who stay long enough in the CHL to become AHL eligible usually just aren't very good.

NCAA players meanwhile are playing against full grown men for a year or more and are more prepared for the higher physical level.
I'm sure many would argue that point, so apparently then by that logic players like P.K Subban, Bobby Ryan and David Krejci aren't very good??

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