John Scott was once again unable to find a willing partner to take a few punches. It's good to see he's staying in the lineup for the Chicago Blackhawks. Hopefully he'll soon get another opportunity to teach an opponent not to mess with the Blackhawks.
NHL.com has a nice story on the turnaround at Michigan Tech, including quotes from Mel Pearson and Brett Olson.
A week old but worth mentioning here, Jess Myers looked at what Michigan Tech had accomplished through the first 8 games and how it's no surprise to those in charge in Houghton.
Stephen Anderson, Huskies beat writer for The Daily Mining Gazette, had a nice article on what the Huskies are doing during their bye week: Not really an off week.
Future Husky Jujhar Khaira was selected to represent Canada West in the World Junior A Challenge this month in Langley, British Columbia. Canada West recorded its first victory yesterday vs Czech Republic in the tournament quaterfinals and tonight play Sweden in the semifinals. You can watch tonight's rematch with undefeated Sweden online for free through FASThockey.com (you do have to sign up). Along with Khaira, there are other potential recruits in the game tonight:
Defensemen: Brett Corkey (Vernon–BCHL) & Reece Willcox (Merritt–BCHL)
Forwards: Connor Hoekstra (Canmore–AJHL), Alex Kerfoot (Coquitlam–BCHL), Brandon Morley (Surrey–BCHL) and Riley Kieser (Humboldt–SJHL)
Goaltenders: Tyler Briggs (Lloydminster–AJHL) and Sean Maguire (Powell River–BCHL)
Another recruit, Tyler Heinonen, helped the Muskegon Lumberjacks defeat the Chicago Steel with a goal.
Front page image of Jujhar Khaira (courtesy of The Langley Times) being upended by USA defenseman Brian Cooper during Canada West's preliminary round match-up (USA won 6–1).