Found November 18, 2013 on HockeyBuzz:
Vient de croiser une bonne source qui confirme que Mikhail Grigorenko devrait revenir dans la #LHJMQ d'ici les prochains jours ! #Remparts— Stephane Leroux (@StephRDSJunior) November 19, 2013 There is a report out of Quebec that the Sabres have sent center Mikhail Grigorenko back to the Quebec Remparts. More to come. *** Jaro Halak is in double secret probatio...
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