April 15, 2014
Combing all corners of the country and the blogosphere for your junior hockey headlines ...
The Kootenay-Medicine Hat Game 7 will be the first the Tigers have hosted since the 2007 WHL final, and I think we all know how that turned out. (Medicine Hat News)
Kootenay's Sam Reinhart is on top of at least one draft ranking. (Hockey's Future)
Portland rookie Tyson Predinchuk gave up being a Millionaire to join one of the Dub's mint franchises. (Regina Leader-Post)
Aaron Ekblad, on the possibility that Sunday was his final game in Barrie Colts navy and gold: “I hate to think about it and I love to think about it at the same time, because the future is pretty fun to look at." (Barrie Examiner)
Former Kitchener teammates Ben Thomson and Josh Sterk will renew acquaintances in the North Bay-Oshawa series. (Waterloo Region Record)
The Peterborough Petes' bright young beacon on the blueline, Matt Spencer, wants to have more "offensive presence" during his sophomore season. (Hockey's Future)
Jonathan Drouin vs. Anthony Mantha in the President's Cup final four — get the popcorn ready. (La Presse)
Overage goalie Étienne Marcoux came up big to help Blainville-Boisbriand stave off elimination, but Rimouski's game was lacking urgency, says coach Serge Beausoleil. (Le Soleil)
Vaclav Karabacek, we hardly knew ye. The NHL draft prospect could be on the move from Gatineau to Charlottetown to compete an earlier trade. (Le Droit)
Neate Sager is a writer for Yahoo! Canada Sports. Follow him on Twitter @neatebuzzthenet.