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Buzzing The Net CHL Chatravaganza, Thursday 12 noon ET/9 a.m. PT!

Sunaya Sapurji
Buzzing The Net

Come join the BTN crew on Thursday for regularly schedule junior hockey chat.

Talk hockey for roughly an hour with Cam Charron, Terry Doyle, Sunaya Sapurji, Steve McAllister, and a cast of thousands hundreds tens of the CHL's regular fixtures while Neate Sager enjoys his vacation.

This weeks topics could possibly include: Referees behaving badly, the London Knights behaving badly, the NHL returning/keeping some of junior hockey's best and brightest, the Portland Winterhawks clinching a WHL playoff spot (in January!), and reports from the Quebec league about changes coming to the CHL import draft.

As always, remember that our chat is a BYOP event — bring your own peanuts.

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