CJHL a training ground for future NHLers
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Canada’s Junior A hockey teams, via NCAA hockey, are becoming a major supplier of talent to the National Hockey League. Recently, USA Today’s award-winning hockey writer, Kevin Allen, wrote an excellent article about the influx of college-trained players, who cut their teeth within the Canadian Junior Hockey League.
“The MJHL fully supports this philosophy of developing and feeding players to the NCAA programs,” MJHL Commissioner Kim Davis said.
To read the USA Today story CLICK HERE.
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