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11-08-2012, 12:54 PM
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Div 1 Comparison

What's the level of play in Div 1 like compared to the junior leagues in Canada or USA (Major Junior, Jr.A, Jr.B, Tier I, Tier II)

Player from IFK Ore J20 team who played 9 games with Div 1 club is coming to play JR.A in the MJHL.

Just looking for comparison level.

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11-08-2012, 03:12 PM
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Divison 1 a 55-ish team league and divided into six regions to begin the season, the variation of quality is huge. Short answer, it's a fairly high level men's league and generally better than any junior competition.

But, IFK Ore would be a poor comparison because they had just about their entire squad leaving and had to call up their jr players to continue this season. They have played 15 games, have 15 losses and -83.. This is the worst team in the entire Division 1. Basically a 5th tier team in the 3rd tier. It doesn't mean that this particular player won't be good enough for Jr. A, but that he played 9 games in Division 1 isn't saying anything about his chances.

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