So a new NHL season is underway, you want to spread your wings and follow other leagues or your team’s top prospects, but you’re really struggling to keep up with the sprawling national and international levels of junior, collegiate and college sports. professional.
Well, don’t worry, because chances are you are asking yourself the same questions a lot of other people have: which players should I watch out for? Which teams should I watch? Where can i look? What am I even starting?
To answer these questions, I’ve put together this visualization guide for the 2021-22 season, covering all the major leagues and countries around the world. They are:
AHL and ECHL
LCH (OHL, LHJMQ, WHL)
USHL and NTDP
Junior Level II (BCHL, AJHL, OJHL, etc.)
High school hockey (Canada and United States)
Russian hockey (KHL, VHL, MHL)
Swedish hockey (SHL, HockeyAllsvenskan, HockeyEttan, J20)
Finnish hockey (Liiga, Mestis, U20)
Czech hockey (Tipsport Extraliga, U20)
Slovak hockey (Tipos Extraliga, U20)
German hockey (DEL, DEL2, U20)
Swiss hockey (National League, Swiss League, U20)
Here is where you start.
How to watch: AHLTV and Flohockey
Teams to watch:
I’m not going to be making as many recommendations on who to watch for these two as I am for the rest of the leagues here as there’s a good chance that if you’re subscribed to The Athletic, you’re focusing on your favorite affiliate clubs. NHL team.
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