If I wanted to read an article about east coast junior hockey I would Google 'east coast junior hockey.'
Guess that last post of thoughtful insight was too many words for you. How about you Google "me play hockey good".
THE biggest lie in hockey that has been told for generations is: "If you're a good player, we'll find you."
Maybe it should be restated; "If you are connected, your father or uncle played in the NHL, your dad is a D-1 coach, an NHL scout or an NHL front office employee, if your blood line is scattered with D-1 and NHL DNA or your brother is already onboard, if you played in the right program or for the right coaches and went to the right camps we will find you."
The differences between D-1 and top-end D-3 is so slim. Look at the legacy kids who get moved along while everyone else scratches their heads and know if the back of the kid's sweater said "Kaplinski" instead of "NHL Offspring" the kid would have faded from the scene as he graduated high school.
How about the story of the local kid that played public h.s. hockey and went out to the Midwest on his own and the USHL coaches said, "Kid, where have you been?" Local experts and local high school coaches all missed it evidently. They didn't "find him."
"I'm friendly with at least a half dozen guys with NHL teams and D1 college coaches on their cell phones that wouldn't hesitate for a second to help us out."
So you're connected, move to the middle of the line. And then let us all know how it ends up.
You must have a kid under the age of 15.... Wait and see, you will be amazed how they stack the deck