I don't think Draisaitl is a good example. He would have developed into a great player pretty much anywhere. But there are others who appear to have done well or are doing well. I'm thinking about Markus Eisenschmid, Marc Michaelis, Nico Sturm, Manuel Wiederer, Leon Gawanke, etc. However, there are also many for whom it hasn't worked out. There have only been very few kids who have gone to Sweden as junior players. And they were mostly low key prospects playing at the lower levels in Sweden. Lean Bergmann went to Sweden and did not really break through there and then went to North America. We'll see how that turns out. I think somebody like Dominik Kahun could have benefitted from development in the Swedish junior system, but just like the North American path it's not going to work for everyone, and it's hard to tell which way would work best for a particular prospect.