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Josh Morrissey is out indefinitely with a leg injury, and that’s some reason to panic if you’re a fan of the Rockets, with Rourke Chartier, Justin Kirkland, Tomas Soustal and Mitch Wheaton also sidelined, but Jackson Whistle looked solid in his return Saturday. (Kelowna Daily Courier)
17-year-old Rykr Cole not only has one of the best names in all the CHL, but he’s climbing up the lineup of the Regina Pats and showing some excellent potential. (Regina Leader-Post)
The Saskatoon Blades might be out of the playoffs this season, but their goaltending future looks bright with both their 17-year-old netminders set to return next year: Nik Amundrud and Brock Hamm. (Saskatoon StarPhoenix)
The U.S. Division has the potential to go down to the wire for seeding, and the new WHL wild card races are heating up too. (SeattlePI.com)
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