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Re: D1 Commits

Anon
Anon
USHL coaches and GM will take a big time school commitment serious. Example if they have an Atlantic Kid or for example a UNH player out playing the Minnesotta, BU, BC, Ohio State kid and have to cut one player at deadline It’s going to be the lower end school player cut. It’s sad but this is the world we live in.

It happens all the time at college level to when NHL draft picks/ national development team players struggle. You always see them in the line up because the coaches don’t want to **** off the NHL teams.
most Atlantic team players are from the NAHL or other Canadian Jr A programs, look it up
Exactly my point dude.. They start in the USHL then get dropped at roster cut time then head right back to the NAHL teams that own there rights.

Re: D1 Commits

No they typically don't start in the ushl.

Re: D1 Commits

Your first mistake was paying for a subscription to NZ. Those bozos wouldn’t know a hockey player if he gave them a pair of Arabian goggles.

Re: D1 Commits

Larry
Your first mistake was paying for a subscription to NZ. Those bozos wouldn’t know a hockey player if he gave them a pair of Arabian goggles.
But they "like my player" soooooooooo he's basically going pro! I don't get how they can like every player? You can like a player that goes D1, that's easy. You can kinda like a player going D3, but there must be reason he's not going D1, you cant like a player the same way that is going college club, or lower level D3...can you? Or be honest about it, I like this player but hes a bad skater, or I like this player but hes just not smart with the puck..Carry on with your day.

Re: D1 Commits

So this shouldn't be all that hard to figure out. They are creating a product that they want to sell. In order to sell it they need people who want to buy it. It would be bad for business to insult your paying customers that their kid wasn't any good. Glad i was able to help now carry on with your day.