Re: Imagine if a state existed that had this approach to youth hockey
If Minnesota is doing it right. Than why the need for those split season AAA teams? More and more every year popping up in the state of hockey. Is it the elite players are tired of scoring on A/AA district players?
Their competition/schedule has proven to develop players just a little bit better than NorthEast lol.
It does appear that way because the amount of money flowing into USA hockey with their registration numbers will always makes sure it stays that way. The state of hockey high school teams are A/AA clubs with a few AAA kids sprinkled in. They just don't want people to find out about it.