Saturday: coast-to-coast rush

Neate Sager, Buzzing the Net
Yahoo! Sports

Gonna go to Home Depot, maybe Bed, Bath and Beyond ... I don't know. I don't if there'll be enough time!


The Calgary Hitmen say they have already put the 7-0 scoreline in Game 1 of the WHL final. And they're the team which won. (Calgary Herald, Calgary Sun)

One positive for Tri-City after losing by a football score? It gets to play again today. (Tri-City Herald)


Down 2-0 in the OHL final, Barrie Colts will make a goalie switch to Peter Di Salvo (recovered from a knee injury) for Game 3 on Sunday at Windsor. (Barrie Examiner)

Colts centre Bryan Cameron, the OHL goal scoring leader, has signed with the Calgary Flams (Calgary Herald)

Reaching into the vault on draft day, it was 20 years ago that the Sault Ste. Greyhounds netted eight regulars in one draft. (Sault Star)


The Moncton Wildcats' 5-1 Game 1 victory over Saint John in the QMJHL final ran their playoff road record to 7-1. That's one reason among money they're the favourite. (Moncton Times & Transcript)

Wildcats scoring leader Nicholas Deschamps was scratched on Friday, not that it hurt Moncton at all. (Moncton Times & Transcript)

Moncton fans chanted they were going on a "seal hunt." Cute. (New Brunswick Telegraph-Journal)

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