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The EHL games I've seen were much rougher than any prep games I've seen. Maybe I just haven't watched enough games I guess. Don't know about NA3 because I haven't seen any games in that league. Pointless argument anyway because a 15yo kid being offered a spot on an EHL roster is probably being sold a spot on an EHLP team.
Both are leagues with players destined to play D3. EHL has one D1 commit last year, a couple more the year before. I am not sure about the NA3. Im not putting down D3 hockey by any means, still some real good hockey and players at that level.
What if a player has a good start to his season and wants play higher level college hockey - should he look into getting (tendered) or wait a year and move on to another league? Is tendered a good process?