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The Kamloops Blazers' have matched the league's longest win streak in three seasons, although it took a third-period comeback and a shootout winner at Everett. (Kamloops Daily News)
The Spokane Chiefs scored eight goals on Tuesday while leading scorer Mitch Holmberg sat out with an upper-body injury. (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
Defending champion Edmonton now has points in nine of 10 games. The post-championship malaise might be lifting. Meantime, draft-year goalie Tristan Jarry is trying to make the most of his limited starts. (Sportsnet)
Prince Albert's German sensation, 17-year-old Leon Draisaitl, had family watching when he sniped the shootout winner on Tuesday. (Prince Albert Daily Herald)
Draft watchers are taking note of Swift Current's 6-foot-4 defenceman Dillon Heatherington. (WHL From Above)
None of the tall foreheads in North Bay are saying much about the Brampton Battalion possibly moving north, so are we to conclude something must be up? (North Bay Nugget)
The London Knights are 3-5 on home ice. Change the name of the arena back! (London Free Press)Read More »from Ryan Murray biding time in Everett: Wednesday’s coast-to-coast