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12-14-2012, 03:04 PM
SP Saskatuned
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I can say, with confidence, that if the Edmonton Oil Kings were to play the Alberta Golden Bears, or the Saskatoon Blades were to play the U of S Huskies, or the Manitoba Bisons were to play the Brandon Wheaties or the Calgary Hitmen played the Calgary Dinos, those particular CIS teams would win 80-90 per cent of the time. These CIS teams consist of mostly forwards who were top-6 on their respective WHL teams and D-men who were top-4 and, for the most part, players who were good enough to be one of just 3 "overagers" on their WHL teams. Logically, it stands to reason that the collective sum of parts on the CIS team would be stronger than the WHL counter-parts, especially when considering that the CIS players are that much older and stronger. You are delusional and possibly an idiot to think otherwise.

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