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Toronto Maple Leafs first-rounder Morgan Rielly was shaken up late in Moose Jaw's game, but all indications are that he will be fine. (Moose Jaw Times-Herald)
As the nephew of Hockey Hall of Famer Lanny McDonald, the Calgary Hitmen's Zane Jones risks great shame if he does not win his team's mustache contest. (Calgary Sun)
Jordan Eberle's No. 7 will never be worn again at Regina's Brandt Centre. Well, except by non-Pats players. (Regina Leader-Post)
You might have known that 16-year-old Jake Virtanen scored the last-minute game-winner for Calgary, but did you know he got hit face-first into the boards earlier in the game? (Calgary Sun)
Veteran Mike Aviani has matured into a leader for the Spokane Chiefs. (Spokane Spokesman-Review)
Scott Harrington trying to neutralize Alex Galchenyuk? That is the game within Thursday's London-Sarnia game. (London Free Press)
Detroit Red Wings prospect Ryan Sproul was "fatigued" in his first game back from a broken arm, which helped Saginaw get an opening to beat Sault Ste. Marie in overtime. (Sault Star)Read More »from Morgan Rielly shakes off nasty tumble: Thursday’s coast-to-coast