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Going from list player to the league's leading scorer has been "kind of surreal" for Kamloops Blazers right wing JC Lipon. (Regina Leader-Post)
New Saskatoon Blades D-man Graeme Craig's first game with his new team will be against his old buddies in Swift Current. (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
The Nos. 4 and 5 overall picks meet tonight when Griffin Reinhart and Edmonton host Morgan Rielly and Moose Jaw; the Oil Kings are a little more concerned about snapping a three-game losing skid. (Edmonton Journal)
Last night, the Calgary Hitmen gave up two goals to their former player, Victoria's Alex Gogolev. Now they face another in going up against Trevor Cheek and the strugglingVancouver Giants. (Vancouver Province)
The Brandon Wheat Kings have beefed up their coaching staff, hiring 26-year-old David Anning, a former Junior A assistant coach. (Brandon Sun, paywall)
The message to the Spokane Chiefs could have come directly from Reggie Dunlop: "We all know how to play hockey, just play it smart." (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
The London Knights have set up a Connor McDavid welcoming committee that comes bearing ill will, along with a cheese knife and a subscription to Netflix.
Windsor Spitfires coach Bob Boughner earned his 200th career win on Thursday. (Windsor Star)
Top draft prospect Sean Monahan does not seem ruffled by the Ottawa 67's sluggish start. (Toronto Observer)
The Sarnia Sting let goalie JP Anderson down in a matchup vs. his former Mississauga team. (Sarnia Observer)
Third-year defenceman Luke Mercer, a former top-10 pick, is emerging as the Niagara IceDogs' shutdown defenceman. (St. Catharines Standard)
The Peterborough Petes have now lost four in a row, so the post-GM change bump might be wearing off. (Peterborough Examiner)
Montreal Canadiens pick Charles Hudon has experienced dizziness since taking a shot to the head on Wednesday, but hopes he won't miss more than two weeks for Chicoutimi. (Le Quotidien)
The Victoriaville Tigres are eyeing the Quebec Remparts' Nick Sorensen, writes Kathleen Lavoie. Quebec, of course, has a logjam with three Europeans on the roster. (Le Soleil)
Willy Palov offers up the best defence of ousted Cape Breton Screaming Eagles GM Pierre Roux. (Halifax Chronicle-Herald)
Draft prospect Jonathan Drouin will miss Friday's Sherbrooke-Halifax game as he remains day-to-day with an injury. (Halifax Chronicle-Herald)
World junior forward Jonathan Huberdeau is making one of his last swings through the Telus East Division this weekend. (Le Quotidien)
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