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Good work updating the global roster templates. Only thing is that per the Wikipedia Ice Hockey Project, it is commonly agreed upon that UFAs must remain on the roster templates of their former teams until training camp or if there is verifiable evidence that the player has signed a pro contract on another team or retired. So like Derek Roy should not be deleted from the St. Louis Blues' roster template until he signs somewhere. He should be marked as a UFA. (saint0wen (talk) 05:21, 13 July 2014 (UTC))
Yes, I see. I don't know why people think that just because Canada is a Commonwealth country, means dmy is exclusively used here - our proximity to the U.S. also means a lot of mdy dates. As a Canadian, I can say in my experience, I see both forms used - newspapers, TV stations, businesses tend to use mdy, whereas government forms tend to use dmy, and my drivers license uses ymd. Can get very confusing if they don't specify exactly what form they're using (For example, I always have to wonder if I see 11/12 as a date, and if it means December 11 or November 12). Canuck89 (converse with me) 23:13, October 22, 2014 (UTC)