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12-21-2012, 02:08 PM
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Originally Posted by William H Bonney View Post
Day himself (via Twitter) has been very vocal that he is Canadian and that it's his dream to play for Team Canada. Unless his parents have obtained or are in the process of obtaining US citizenship, Day wouldn't be eligible to even start the process on his own until he was 18. So unless he acquires citizenship through his parents being naturalized, he wouldn't even have a choice to make if he's still a high end player in 3 years. And the US government isn't going to give him citizenship because he's a really good 14-year old hockey player.

It sucks because USAH has developed him but that's how it goes. We have had more than our fair share go our way.
Do you know how USA Hockey handles National summer camps with players who state they are not American? are they invited anyway? (I'm not even sure if he has gone to the district evaluation sessions in the past)

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