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by @DaveDavisHockey on 06/02/14 at 02:57 PM ET
From Ryan Kennedy of The Hockey News,
According to some of my sources, the heavy hitters would be Buffalo, Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, with the three teams being linked to the NHL franchises in those cities. All three would lie outside the USHL’s current eastern border, however. And though a division including those three cities, Youngstown (Ohio) and Team USA or Muskegon (both Michigan) would make sense geographically, travel is not the only consideration.
“I want to be very careful in pursuing expansion,” Fallen said. “The key to me is dilution of talent. Not only in the players, but coaches and officials as well.”
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