More NHL players could come to Britain, says former star MacLean
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Paul MacLean, head coach of former Stanley Cup winners Ottawa Senators, believes that more National Hockey League players follow Braehead Clan's Drew Miller and come to Britain if the current lockout continues, writes Nigel Duncan. MacLean, the father of AJ MacLean, the Dundee CCS Stars captain, presented his son with the man of the match award on Sunday before flying home to Canada. "A lot of guys have tried to [come to Britain to play]," said the 54-year-old who played in the world's top league for 11 seasons with St Louis Blues, Detroit Red Wings and Winnipeg Jets. "It comes down to opportunity and a place to play. How much do they want to get paid.
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