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09-11-2006, 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted by Phil Parent View Post
And you know something? There are better programs in the CIS than York. That's right, they didn't even face a powerhouse.

York usually has lots of walk-on student players who didn't play in the juniors. I played for Concordia and back then we could have chopped York in small pieces. McGill, StFX, Ottawa & others were way better. McGill with Kim St-Pierre in nets could have done better tonight.

I don't know if the CIS ever graduated a player to the NHL.

It was an unfair game really. But I don't think their spirits will be crushed or anything. Once you're in the CIS, your spirit's already crushed when it comes to hockey. In CIS, you pretty much only play for fun.

As silly as it sounds, with Canada being Hockey Country, American college hockey is better than the CIS. Case in point, many Canadians who are going for academics on top of hockey go play in the NCAA, not the CIS.

This game tonight doesn't prove much. The tournament finals will be interesting though.

I know the caliber wasn't there , but Florida beat them 5-1 , Toronto 7-0 ...

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