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|In his position as coach of one of the most respected schools in preparing New England, USA Dennehy Pat Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Connecticut, had the opportunity to instruct its fair share of talented young athletes and Quebec.
With all due respect, not one of those players -- several of which went on to play collegiately at an NCAA Division I or III school -- fit the profile of Dennehy's most recent Canadian catch; Philippe Hudon, one of the top nhl jerseys wholesale for the 2011 Entry Draft.
"We've had some tremendous kids from that province but none had as high a profile as Philippe," Dennehy told NHL.com. "I know Phil and his family have gone through tremendous scrutiny to choose this path and I think they really relied on their beliefs as a family that, while hockey certainly is important, so is an education and mind."
It was right after Hudon's freshman season at Choate, in 2008-09, when many thought the 6-foot, 190-pound forward would be selected among the top five picks in the QMJHL entry draft. Instead, Hudon chose to stay at Choate and keep his nhl hockey jerseys.
Choate plays in the Founder's League, which is considered one of the best high school hockey leagues in the country. Choate finished 21-6-1 and won the New England Prep Large School championship last season.
Despite being the youngest player in the New England Prep School League last season, the Montreal
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