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The Cost Of Youth Hockey

from Vern faulkner of the Esquimalt News via Goldstream News Gazette,
What was once the Canadian dream for every young boy has been restricted to the rich. That's the view of some in the hockey world, who suggest that if hockey authorities don't make changes quickly, only kids of wealthy families will be able to pursue college or professional hockey.... All those travel costs add up quickly, too. Parents of MML kids have to be rich to play- very rich, given that some estimates for a season's costs peak at $10,000. By comparison, fees for players on Island junior B teams range between $500 and $1,000.
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