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Anthony Duclair sidelined by bum ankle: Monday’s coast-to-coast

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WHL

Calgary Hitmen forward Calder Brooks may need shoulder surgery. (Calgary Herald)

Kamloops goalie Cole Cheveldave had a complete-game shutout on Sunday. Yes, someone's distracted by the baseball playoff races. (Kamloops Daily News)

Medicine Hat and Hunter Shinkaruk have worked out their power-play issues and then some. (Medicine Hat News)

Offensive defenceman Myles Bell had to play forward for Kelowna on Saturday. He only ended up getting up three points. (Kelowna Daily Courier)

Goalie Tyler (No Relation To Grant) Fuhr seemingly came from nowhere to post the Vancouver Giants' first win. (Vancouver Sun)

OHL

Hey, London, what happened to the goal scoring? The Knights' only goal in their loss Sunday was on a redirect. (London Free Press)

Montreal Canadiens pick Brady Vail has a hot stick in Windsor, which has picked seven points from its past four games. (Windsor Star)

A power failure meant the Barrie Colts were sitting in a darkened dressing room for about 15 minutes on Saturday. They still won their game. (Barrie Examiner)

The Kingston Frontenacs are the league only's unbeaten team thanks to their best start in 15 years. Next you'll say the Baltimore Orioles are going to make the MLB playoffs. (Kingston Whig-Standard)

Guelph Storm forward Cody McNaughton was taken off the ice wearing a neck brace on Sunday. He's out of hospital, but do note that he missed a game seven days earlier after an elbow to the head. (Guelph Mercury, London Free Press)

Why yes, that is the Oshawa Generals in first overall. (durhamregion.com)

The Sudbury Wolves, who won a tournament in Russia in August, went 0-for-3 on their first road trip. (Sudbury Star)

QMJHL

Draft prospect Anthony Duclair sprained his right ankle on Sunday. (Le Soleil)

Seventeen-year-old forward Jérémy Grégoire is back in Chicoutimi's lineup after missing a few weeks due to injury. (Le Soleil)

It was a fog bowl in Moncton on Sunday. Hey, the Moncton Coliseum is an older building. (Station Nation)

The Gatineau Olympiques have had the road swing from h-e-double-hockey-sticks, thanks to their antiquated arena. They finally play their first home game on Friday. (Le Droit)

Neate Sager is a writer for Yahoo! Canada Sports. Contact him at neatesager@yahoo.ca and follow him on Twitter @neatebuzzthenet.

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