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Emerson Etem's kneeing major and game misconduct is the topic du jour before Game 2 of the Medicine Hat-Moose Jaw Eastern semi. Etem's regular centre, Dylan Bredo, was also ejected from the loss to the Warriors. (Tiger Turf, Moose Jaw Times-Herald)
Portland Winterhawks coach-GM Mike Johnston's summation on his team's Game 1 win over Kamloops: "We believed in our room that we can wear teams with our speed, we can ear teams down with our tempo, and I thought midway through the second we started to take over the game." Meantime, the $30.5-million US renovation plan for the Memorial Coliseum shall soon be put to a vote. (Taking Note, Portland Tribune, Oregon Live)
The Spokane Chiefs and goalie Eric Williams nabbed the opener in Tri-City despite facing seven penalty kills. (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
Take some time and get to know about Portland defenceman Derrick Pouliot. (WHL From Above)
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