Anyone who plays upper-tier hockey in New England knows about the Beantown Classic. For over a decade it has been the region’s top tournament featuring all of the best NHL, NCAA, CHL and USHL prospects in the region.
The impact on top-quality, draft eligible players leaving New England high school, prep school and Tier III junior hockey was evident during the most recent Beantown Classic as the best pro prospect in the building likely won’t hear his name called until the draft gets into triple digits. The most elite players simply didn’t take part in the showcase this year.
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