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Derek Zona's composite of rankings for the 2014 draft finds that Sam Reinhart is the consensus No. 1 pick. (The Copper And Blue)
The Regina Pats' beacon, Sam Steel, led Alberta's under-16 team to Western Canada bragging rights over the weekend. Meantime, overage D-man Jesse Zgraggen has landed in the Queen City after Calgary got Alex Roach back from the ECHL. (Regina Leader-Post)
Who says you can't have an 18-year-old captain? Washington Capitals second-rounder Madison Bowey had a big game after getting the honour from Kelowna. (Prince George Citizen)
Defenceman Josh Thrower, brother of Montreal Canadiens second-rounder and Vancouver Giants captain Dalton Thrower, is giving scouts even more reason to closely watch the Calgary Hitmen. (The Pipeline Show)
Spokane Chiefs defender Jason Fram's parents grew up in England and Singapore, so the hockey parent role was new to them. (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
The Windsor Spitfires brass spent Sunday scouting the London Knights, who ended Erie's 11-game win streak. But don't think for a second the two will make a trade to help London load up for the Memorial Cup. (London Free Press)
The Guelph Storm failed to score five goals in a home win, scotching plans to investigate whether the 'free wings for a five-goal game' promotion includes a vegan alternative. Oh, make it an 18-game point streak for Carolina Hurricanes second-rounder Brock McGinn. (Guelph Mercury)Read More »from Reinhart consensus No. 1, London ends Erie’s run, Oceanic add offensive punch: the coast-to-coast