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11-26-2012, 09:15 PM
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Originally Posted by cagney View Post
There's some talk of Sean Day seeking exceptional status for the OHL draft along with numerous rave reviews of his play over in the OHL section of the boards. I don't know how that would work considering he's been playing in the US since he was at least 9. Apparently he may be a dual-citizen so that could have some impact on the situation as well as bring up questions of just who he'd represent internationally. It'd be a bit ironic if a kid who played his formative years in the US development system ended up playing for Canada though. What's even funnier to me is that I've heard Chad Krys is even better than Day and he's a dual-citizen as well. Is the US development system improving that much or should we just start importing more Canadian parents?
Willie Nylander spent most of his development in the US too.

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