Kitsyn OHL-bound (yay); Vey Cut (boo); Weal Best 18 year-old?

OHL: Team Russia's Kitsyn has played 'last game' in KHL — report - Junior Hockey - Yahoo! Sports
Word trickled out over the weekend high-scoring winger Maxim Kitsyn will join the MasterCard Memorial Cup-host Mississauga St. Michaels Majors in January, with Yahoo!'s own Dmitry Chesnokov tweeting the Los Angeles Kings draft pick "has played his last game in the KHL."

Axe falls on nine Canadian junior hockey hopefuls
"A lot of guys come here and don't expect to get cut and you haven't been cut in the past and at the same time this is part of hockey and you got to realize that and you just got to keep moving forward. There are a lot of good hockey players like I said before and you can't let this phase you." -- Linden Vey

Lang speaks (Ashton deal/trade deadline/Weal) - Slap Shots
On building around the Class of 2010: "We understand the importance of putting forward a competitive product. The 17-year-old and 18-year-old age group, we have some real good players in that age group. We feel (those players) are a building block for those young guys coming up. (Lane) Scheidl has playing real well. You have (Jordan) Weal who might be the best 18-year-old in the league."