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Top 20 Flyers Prospects, #9
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08-01-2013, 12:57 AM
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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What am I missing? I was saying that the CHL d-men turn pro at 20 or younger. 20 years old if they are going to the NHL or AHL and younger if they make an NHL team out of juniors which isn't very common. I was pointing out that most d-men turn pro before 22. Keep in mind I wasn't arguing that it's old for a d-men just not exactly young to be turning pro.
My point was being they turn pro at 20 because they have no choice but to. CHL players have to sign a deal within 2 years compared to an NCAA player who have to in 4 years.
If he signed with the Canes when they wanted him to he would have been playing in the AHL at 20 right with the CHL players who got signed & had no eligibility in their league anymore.
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