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Why Bo Byram is more likely to play pro this season

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Good observation from colleague Scott MacDonald the other day, about Avalanche top prospect defenseman Bo Byram:

Byram has spent the last three full seasons playing for the Vancouver Giants of the Western Hockey League, and has another year of junior eligibility left. Normally, because he’s still only 19, he would not be eligible to play in the American Hockey League, for the Colorado Eagles. But, because this is 2020 and nothing is normal, Byram may be allowed to play in Loveland for the regular season. That is, if the AHL has a regular season, that is.

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