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Jesse Geleynse |
Published: Friday, February 7, 2014, 10:01 a.m.

Quick update

Here's the Western Conference standings heading into the weekend:

1. Kelowna, 89 points
2. Portland, 77
3. Victoria, 74
4. Seattle, 73
5. Spokane, 67
6. Vancouver, 63
7. Everett, 60
8. Tri-City, 57

Here's Everett's injury report for the week:

Logan Aasman, F, upper body, week-to-week
Manraj Hayer, F, Lower body, day-to-day
Zane Jones, F, upper body, week-to-week
Jujhar Khaira, F, upper body, day-to-day
Tyler Sandhu, F, upper body, week-to-week

Aasman and Khaira are the ones who appear most likely to return at some point this weekend.

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