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In each of the last five seasons, the BCHL has averaged 98 NCAA Division I commitments, 11 Division III commitments and 12 commitments to Canadian colleges and universities. That's 121 academic opportunities per year since 2009. The BCHL's combination of fast-paced play and an emphasis on skill development, along with a commitment to academic growth makes the league a rich scouting ground for all levels of college and university hockey.

The BCHL continues to be a prime source of talent for not only college hockey but the pro game as well. In 2014, five players were drafted directly from BCHL clubs at the NHL Entry Draft: Surrey's Danton Heinen, Vernon's Liam Coughlin, Victoria's Alec Dillon, Langley's Matt Ustaski and Penticton's Jack Ramsey. Another BCHL product — Surrey alum Devon Toews of Quinnipiac University — was selected from the NCAA.

There were more than 300 BCHL alums playing college hockey last season and more than 30 in the NHL. We anticipate more success at the college and pro level in the coming year so continue to think Smart Hockey.

 
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Which BCHL alum is most likely to make an NHL debut this season?
  Mat Bodie, New York Rangers
  Darcy Zajac, New Jersey Devils
  Curtis McKenzie, Dallas Stars
  Mark Zengerle, Detroit Red Wings
  Kellen Jones, Edmonton Oilers
  Connor Jones, Edmonton Oilers
  Dan Carr, Montreal Canadiens
  Josh Manson, Los Angeles Kings
  Braden Pimm, Washington Capitals
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