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October 20 2011 at 3:04 PM
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Spoke to many college coaches at all the D's. To a man they all say the same thing, go play a year or two of JR's and come in as an 18 or 19 year old freshman. Sponsored or club hockey, this doesn't change. The players are just physically more mature against the 17 or young 18 year old trying to go right from graduating HS and onto a college team. Oh, if you're good, you can make the team, but even at the DIII level, you won't play regularly. This is what JR's should really be used for, physically, and in some cases mentally maturing. Some JR clubs do it right, some don't, that's just the way it is. As a potential player/parent, just do your homework and talk to lots of families who have been there already to get their advice. You'll hear alot of good, and bad.

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