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The Blades being the first team eliminated lets Damien Cox say whatever he wants about their presence in the tournament. (Toronto Star)
Stray thought: is that well-worn cliché all over but the crying out of date? Nothing wrong with Saskatoon players letting out a little emotion after a junior-career-ending loss. (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
Remember when commissioner Ron Robison had to affirm that come hell or high water, the Blades would play in the Memorial Cup? Yeah. (Between The Lines)
Prince George, B.C., scribe Jason Peters is supporting Portland, since he remembers hanging out as a child with Winterhawks coach Travis Green. (Prince George Citizen)
Colorado Avalanche signing Trevor Cheek is rehabbing the torn trapezius muscle which cost him a chance to play in the league final. (The Columbian)
Patrick King tees up the London Knights-Portland semifinal rematch. (Sportsnet)
London's tiebreaker win over Saskatoon was "embarrassingly easy," writes Morris Dalla Costa. (London Free Press)Read More »from Winterhawks, Knights set for rematch: Friday’s coast-to-coast