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03-19-2013, 11:13 AM
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Originally Posted by RED ARMY EAST View Post
Wasn't sure on his status.
This team will need attract the best recruits in the country, in order to take a shot at winning the AUS next year. Especially, losing the veteran skill that is graduating. Only the AUS champion goes to the dance next year and SMU only graduates a couple of players. The rest of the pack, including Acadia will also challenge, as they did this year.
With the roster cap in place, Maritime Jr players are going to have a hard time landing on any AUS team, forcing the elite players to find spots on OUA teams.
What was UNB's roster size heading to Saskatoon? Only Denny,Priamo, Chritchlow did not dress.
What is the cap for next year and didn't it get expanded by one?
SMU does only graduate a few players, but one is Walingford and I would say there is a pretty good chance Bloodoff will catch on with a pro teams somewhere. I wouldn't be surprised if Anthony Peters ends up playing pro next year as well, especially after seeing Guelph's goalie go to the KHL.

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