Lots of grist for the mill. Gregg Drinnan, who's been following junior hockey for more than three decades, asks if there are WHL clubs that won't survive if the lockdown remains in place - as many expect - through at least the beginning of the 20-21 season. Dale Hawerchuk rings Bell of Hope . . . Will some junior teams not make it? . . . Doughty can’t see NHL season resuming Meanwhile the BCHL commissioner is saying some Junior A teams are going to struggle, in part because significant money makers - especially spring camps - are no longer an option. I suspect the small market teams in the dub - Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Prince Alberta - and the ones who are already struggling - Prince George, especially - are the most vulnerable to cash shocks. In the Junior A ranks, you have to think that teams like Merritt (BCHL) would be really in trouble. How many others?