October 22, 2013
Combing all corners of the country and the blogosphere for your junior hockey headlines ...
Suddenly, GM Russ Farwell has the Seattle Thunderbirds relevant again. (The Pipeline Show)
The door might be slightly open to the Vancouver Giants getting skilled overage forward Marek Tvrdon back from the AHL, in which case he would be trade bait. (Vancouver Province)
A six-day break between games could not be better-timed for Kamloops, since the young Blazers are sitting 20th overall. (Kamloops Daily News)
Ken Campbell argues that the CHL-NHL agreement should be altered so a 19-year-old such as as the Calgary Flames/Ottawa 67's Sean Monahan may be permitted to play in the American League.
Meantime, make it six goals in nine games for Monahan with Calgary. (The Hockey News)
— Brendan Ross (@RossyYoungblood) October 22, 2013
So traded 'tender Jordan DeKort will end up playing his last game with Windsor and first with Kitchener against the same team, the Guelph Storm. (Waterloo Record)
Shut off your phone, mute your TV, close all the other browser tabs: Mark Edwards is talking draft prospects. (The Pipeline Show)
The Ottawa 67's, needing to fortify their blueline after a rash of injuries, picked up 18-year-old Owen Stewart from London on Monday. (Ottawa Citizen)
One might say Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds player development director Wes Clark has helped a lot of players gain 'critical mass.' (Sault Star)
Overage wing Eric Ming is fitting right into Niagara's top line after coming east in a trade with Kitchener. (St. Catharines Standard)
Time for some power rankings! (Parlons Junior)
Eighteen-year-old forward David Perklin, a one-time first-rounder in the OHL priority selection, has caught on with the Shawinigan Cataractes. (Le Nouvelliste)
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