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04-19-2013, 12:21 PM
Ward Cornell
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Originally Posted by Tigers1992 View Post
Its a US-NTDP rule. It protects them. They make two year commitment to players, and they want to ensure that the players are making an equal commitment.

They don't want players walking away from the team after a year when there are other similar players who are willing to put in a two year commitment.
I know the reasoning behind the fine and I agree with it 100%.
But what I don't understand is why would it matter if the CHL team or the family pay the $50 grand.
If a team paid the the fine and the USTDP sues the player because he didn't pay it himself the courts would laugh them out of the courtroom!

* I don't really expect you to know the answer and the question wasn't really directed at you.

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