The Prospects game involves 42 players, put on teams according to no logic and no 'team' concept to play for. It's hard for scouts to accurately observe 42 players over just one game, especially when prospects are paired with players they know nothing about. So, how about this scenario (are you listening CSB/CHL/NHL?)- Make a prospects team from each of the 3 CHL leagues (WHL, OHL, QMJHL) plus one representing the U.S.. They play 2 semi-final games, then the winners play a final, the losers play for 3rd and 4th. It takes two days. Scouts see each player twice over a four-game span and now, representing their respective leagues/regions, they have something to play for. Euro imports in the CHL would be eligible to play for their league team. U.S. citizens playing in the CHL would have a choice between their league or country. Canadian players playing in the U.S. (Bertram, Bradford) or Tier 2 (Cogliano) could play for their regional teams. Of course, participation would be strictly limited to players born Sept. 16/85- Sept. 15/87. What do you think? And who would be on the respective teams?