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07-04-2013, 10:54 AM
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Originally Posted by Canadiens1958 View Post
Actually more and more hockey playing Europeans, including goalies, are taking the NCAA route, foregoing the financial benefits they receive from the CHL teams.

Likewise the younger ones are taking the prep school, private school route to North American hockey.

Also there is no cap on the number of European players an NCAA hockey program may have. Similarly no cap on prep or private school players.

Then you have the USHL option which is also growing in popularity and impact.
That's definitely interesting to hear. I've thought all along that there should be no limit to the number of 'imports' in the CHL. I'd also like to see more players from 'non-traditional' countries getting a chance to play against higher competition. Be it in Junior B, or Division II or III schools.

The limit of goalies is disappointing.

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