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01-06-2013, 08:38 PM
Redgren Grumbholdt
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Originally Posted by black charger View Post

The OHL is not considered pro by Hockey Canada or the OHF,it is still a development league.The OHF rules and regulations must be followed and any variances must be applied for and aprroved of by the OHF and in essence Hockey Canada.The only reason anyone thinks of it as professional is because of the NCAA restrictions which are unfounded.Please check out the information in the link above the original post.

The CHL also has no restictions on players from the USA as having a shared border eliminates the import rule
Does Hockey Canada finance the entire league? Do they only take Canadian money? Do they only take Canadian employees (coaches, etc)? Is every CHL team even located in Canada? Protectionist logic is faulty.

And how about all those other junior leagues I mentioned?

First article on BTW.

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