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01-06-2013, 06:29 PM
Redgren Grumbholdt
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Originally Posted by black charger View Post
The KHL is a high paying pro league,no comparison.
Is the CHL owned and operated by Hockey Canada? Nope. It may be a junior league, but every team and the league as a whole are businesses, independent of Hockey Canada or the Canadian Govt (aside from the perks of operating a hockey team in Canada).

How about the USHL? Do even smaller countries' hockey leagues restrict hockey players to their country? For example, the Czech juniors let Nathan Walker, an Australian play in their juniors. MHL lets Czechs, Latvians, Slovaks, Belarus(ians?), etc play in it. Swedish and Finnish juniors also take in central/northern Euros.

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