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What does the recent ruling on Canadian Junior leagues and the NCAA mean for me, in terms of my eligibility?

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What does the recent ruling on Canadian Junior leagues and the NCAA mean for me, in terms of my eligibility?

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The new proposal keeps changing. The most recent version says that players who played in Major Juniors are still eligible for future NCAA play. Players who competed in Major Junior before their regular high school graduation year will lose one year of NCAA eligibility per year. Players who competed in Major Junior after their regular high school graduation year will lose a year of eligibility, plus must sit out one season in residence per year.

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