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Tim Bozon is hanging in, that's all one can say. (Taking Note)
Why isn't there an overage player of the year award? Medicine Hat's Curtis Valk would be a fine candidate for the Eastern Conference honour. (Medicine Hat News)
Every Mitch Holmberg goal sparks a trip down memory lane; the overage is the Spokane Chiefs' first 60-goal scorer since Valeri Bure. Will the other Chiefs start calling him D.J., and will anyone under 25 get that reference? (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
Portland polished off Vancouver in a first-round playoff preview. (The Oregonian)
Kelowna beat Tri-City by a touchdown on the weekend and, oh hey, they might meet in Round 1. (Kelowna Daily Courier)
For the third reason in a row, Tampa Bay Lightning first-rounder Slater Koekkoek has been shut down due to have shoulder surgery. (Windsor Star)
Oh, great: a 47-year-old man is facing assault charges after two referees during a girls' hockey game in Barrie were accosted. (The Barrie Examiner)Read More »from Bennett in OHL bad books, Koekkoek’s season over: the coast-to-coast