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Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Wednesday News

The Southern Minnesota Express have been purchased by BAM LLC, whose ownership groups have interests in commercial real estate and hockey equipment manufacturing. The deal was approved by the league last Wednesday provided a few provisions are completed, and the arena lease was transferred to the new group last night. The President of Operations will be Matt Romaniski. Matt played in the USHL, was on the national squad, and played college (Wisconsin-Stout) and short stint professionally. He owned and operated Future Stars hockey camps, a medical supply distributorship in Detroit, and has run several youth organizations in the Detroit area. He has trained and mentored several college and junior players since their youth days including a second round and 3rd round NHL pick this year who will be attending Michigan and Notre Dame, respectively. Matt will be relocating to Owatonna, MN.

Jarome Iginla's group buys the Kamloops Blazers for $7M, setting a WHL record for purchase price...

Here's a summary of the WHL coaching carousel...

An update on Lyon Messier's bid to land a slot on the Edmonton Oil Kings...

Alex Archibald eyes the starting role between the pipes for Oil Kings...

Lincoln Stars head coach Jimmy McGroarty drops in and visits York...

Kevin Sundher heads prospect list...

Alex Friesen ready to make impact as IceDogs open training camp...

Red Wings keep eye on Spitfire goalie Andrew Engelage...

Salmon Arm Silverbacks announce Podollan Inns as broadcast sponsor...

Belleville Bulls open camp, ready for big season...

Todd Watson excited to take over as bench boss in Saginaw...

Opportunities abound as Barrie Colts camp opens...

Mississauga St. Michael’s Majors open camp...

Jonathan Bernier gets the starting job as netminder in Lewiston...

Alex Archibald eyes the starting role between the pipes for the Edmonton Oil Kings...

Regina Pats start making cuts...

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