I saw a thread on what CHL teams have developed the most/best pro players of all time a bit back, and I thought it would be curious to see what college program has developed the most/best professional players since 2000. I am making it 2000 to keep it more relevant with how a program has performed recently. Here is the criteria involved in this... A player must be either in the NHL, AHL, or ECHL only to be considered a pro for North American. I am sure there are many ex collegians playing pro in Europe, but it only counts if they play/or have played in the NHL, AHL, or ECHL. A player needs to be drafted in the year 2000 or above, cannot be a 1999 draft pick...So use only players drafted or signed to a pro contract from 2000-2010. Remember, they have to be playing pro, and not just drafted as there are many kids out there still in college, drafted very high that could be listed. I want pros only. A player can be drafted or a free agent sign as well to be considered for this. I have a hunch Michigan and Minnesota will be #1 and #2 for most players/high end as well. Though Boston University and Boston College are probably right there. I think North Dakota should be up there as well as Wisconsin. It will be interesting to see what program has truly developed the most or best players this past decade.