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02-26-2011, 10:32 AM
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Brashear Still Doing His Thing In The LNAH

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Brashear gives a beat down to a goalie who had just two-handed a teammate.

Brashear is also going to be featured in an article by the New York Times

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Brashear gives a beat down to a goalie who had just two-handed a teammate.

Brashear is also going to be featured in an article by the New York Times
What a league! I wish they had a team out here, I would definitely drop a few bucks to watch a LNAH game. I have heard that the league is still struggling financially, is that true?

Look forward to the NY Times article

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I have heard that the league is still struggling financially, is that true?
I heard the same, although I don't follow it in anyway at all.

Judging by the amount of people by the glass where the scrum breaks out it doesn't surprise me.

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New York Times Article

The article in the New York Times about the LNAH was released yesterday,
Can be read here

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For most of the league’s players, hockey is no longer a career ambition. The vast majority of them earn $150 to $400 a game, and teams operate under a salary cap of $6,300 to $6,800 a game. Brashear is one of only a handful of players who do not have a primary job outside the rink. Players tend to be teachers, sales representatives, laborers or students working toward university degrees.
Just to note, the FHL has a weekly salary cap of $5,050.

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