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  • I distinctly remember everyone, including other teams, admitting DET was going "off the board" because he was considered an "overager", and I also distinctly remember them and other teams fans grumbling about how much it sucked because it meant Franzen was probably going to be a beast now in DET.

    Kuklas Korner

  • Yes, he's an overager we've had on our list the last two years who has been ignored due to his heavy boots, but we continue to point out that he's big, tough, has good hands and puckhandling ability, and has been a top-line scorer on two very strong teams in both Gatineau and Shawinigan.

    Red Line: Looking for sleepers in the 2009 NHL draft

  • He has racked up 10 goals and 10 assists and a plus 16 rating in his last 15 games playing alongside Nicolas Deschamps and overager Randy Cameron, forming one of the hottest lines in the QMJHL.

    Swiss goalie beefs up his status with strong play at world juniors

  • He joined the Sarnia Sting as an overager in 1999 after two years with the Michigan Wolverines.

    Winnipeg Sun

  • "I think it always helps to have been in the playoffs but in the end it is overrated," said Frontenacs overager Zach Harnden, who played in two past playoffs with the Peterborough Petes.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Heemskerk is eligible to return to Everett next season as an overager.

    HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • Harnden has developed good chemistry with linemate Nathan Moon, who assisted on all three goals by the overager.

    Toronto Sun

  • As an overager Heemskerk is eligible to play professionally full-time in the minors, and there's a good chance he'll be back in Worcester.

    HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • The Tips don't expect Gudas to return as an overager, though he'd be welcomed back with open arms.

    HeraldNet.com Local, Sports, Business and Entertainment News

  • An overager this season with Ottawa, it's not clear if the extra time in major junior was enough to help Demers earn a contract from San Jose.

    Hockey's Future

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  • In sports, it seems to be someone who's over a team's normal recruiting age.

    In accounting, an overage means you have more stuff than is accounted for.

    Most uses I see seem to be 'over ager' or over age.

    from the triathlete magazine ''If you are considered an “OverAger” (thank you @BendMichael for the term), someone who is high on the price of equipment-to-speed ratio, it seems that this is an ideal opportunity for you. ''

    February 19, 2013