Krusher55 Posted June 20, 2008 Report Share Posted June 20, 2008 You are wrong. You only have to be 18 to play in the AHL. I've posted a few times the letter I received from the AHL concerning this matter a few times in different threads but it always comes up and not many seem to believe me so write the AHL yourself and you'll get the answer and then you'll know. The reason why you think it is 20 years old is becasue that is the age that the players get released form there jr teams. The AHL recognizes and honors the agreements that the CHL has with there players, otherwise it would be complete chaos and they would be plucking players out of the CHL to play in the AHL. If a player somehow made it to 18 and not drafted by a jr team and a AHL team wanted to sign him, they certainly could and that person would be allowed to play. he speaks the truth, i remember him typing it up a few times. I just didn't want to try quoting you and getting it wrong Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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