“He is only fifteen, how are we suppose to make the right decision?” A concerned parent once asked me in regards to the Western Hockey League’s Bantam draft.
“The numbers don’t lie.” I responded. “Players selected with the 100th selection and later would be much better off at another level,” I added. “Why is that? My son was the best player in this area, and the Western Hockey League is not going to draft him if they think he is not going to be able to contribute,” the parent continued.
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