I know this post is non-Wild, but sometimes issues like this require their own forum.
Can you imagine being in a different country and having to get to the store to buy a taco? Or having to obtain a work visa? Such is the case for hockey players playing in foreign countries. American and Canadian kids playing in Europe or Europeans playing in Canada or the USA face problems every single day.
Besides not knowing the language, these young players have trouble adjusting to different cultures and surroundings. Often they have no way to drive themselves around because they don't have driver's licenses. They are at the mercy of the community and find themselves on an island in a foreign land.
Many players land spots on hockey teams in other countries but are unable to play because of work visa problems. There is help available with obtaining these work Canada visa. It is worth checking out and getting some more information on.