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05-06-2013, 05:09 PM
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wings5
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Originally Posted by nikitadreivier View Post
Hello, thank you a lot for the answer.

Could you tell me what benefits the NAHL has over the j20 elit, applieng to the skill? Is there maybe a faster style of play or a more physical style than in Sweden?
If I understood you right it would maybe the best oppurtunity for me to spend a year in Sweden, working a lot on my skill and than the next season in the NAHL or maybe a higher league? Or do you think I am to old with 18 years?

Thank you for your answer, regards, Nikita
I'd say the NAHL is faster in terms of the rink size being smaller but definitely more physical. If it was the J20 superelit league than it is defiantely higher than the NAHL. With the j20 elit though you may have a chance to get called up to a higher league if your team is affiliated with another club plus there's always a chance your team wins promotion to a higher division. This may seem exciting to you it depends on you, the NAHL is likely a stronger league overall however and many of its top players move straight to NCAA players the next season.

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