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Edmonton Oilers president Kevin Lowe insists adding Everett Silvertips star Ryan Murray to Team Canada was not an audition to be the No. 1 pick: "I'm not going to tell our scouts what to do. They see a lot more games than I do." (Edmonton Journal)
Winterhawks star Ty Rattie felt "a little slow" after missing Game 2. He still scored his 18th goal of the playoffs. (Oregon Live)
Dean Millard fires up the coaching carousel. (Coming Down The Pipe!)
The IceDogs have shown they can take the lead. But they haven't been able to hold the lead. And that's really the most important part. (London Free Press)
The Peterborough Petes are hopeful of signing Greg Betzold, a free agent from Shattuck-St. Mary's prep school in Minnesota. (Peterborough Examiner)
Evan de Haan, younger brother of two-time world junior defenceman Calvin de Haan, expects to be a regular on the Sudbury Wolves blueline this fall. (Sudbury Star)
Has any team ever had an unpromising rookie camp? Here's a look at some of the new faces in Sudbury. (Sudbury Star)
Graduating Belleville Bulls captain Luke Judson is planning to play collegiately for the Lakehead Thunderwolves. (Thunder Bay Chronicle-Journal)
Victoriaville Tigres forward Brandon Hynes says returning for an overage season would be a last resort. Hynes had 86 points this season. (The Western Star)
Montreal native Michael Matheson, who plays for the USHL's Dubuque Fighting Saints, altered his game to improve his NHL draft status. (Dubuque Telegraph-Herald, paywall)
Nineteen-year-old defenceman Andrew O'Brien was a pleasant surprise during the Chicoutimi Saguenéens' run to the final four. (Le Quotidien)
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