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Medicine Hat Tigers grad Tyler Bunz could be a big part of the Edmonton Oilers' future in goal, writes Jonathan Willis. (Edmonton Journal)
Those who watched the final game of the Canada-Russia challenge now have a better appreciation of why St. Louis Blues prospect Ty Rattie scored 76 goals, counting playoffs, for Portland last season. (Metro Halifax)
Kamloops Blazers play-by-play voice Jon Keen talks about what's next after the B.C. Division club's turnaround season. (The Pipeline Show)
Tri-City Americans general manager Bob Tory, whether the Ams can buck the what-goes-up-must-comes-down cycle of junior hockey. (The Pipeline Show)
Ryan Strome penned a nice conclusion to his How I Spent My Stromer Vacation essay by getting the series-winner in the Canada-Russia Challenge. People have long known the New York Islanders first-rounder, who couldn't get untracked in the Niagara IceDogs' past two playoff losses, had it in him to score a big goal in a big game. (Halifax Chronicle-Herald, The Prospect Park)Read More »from Windsor Spitfires plan appeal, Ryan Strome delivers: Wednesday’s coast-to-coast