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Jung and the Youngbloods

Mikael Jung, seen scoring the game-winner on a penalty shot earlier this season against Langley, will surely give the Caps a much-needed offensive boost when he returns from injury. - Andrew Leong/file
Mikael Jung, seen scoring the game-winner on a penalty shot earlier this season against Langley, will surely give the Caps a much-needed offensive boost when he returns from injury.
— image credit: Andrew Leong/file

Mikael Jung and the Youngbloods sounds more like a cool name for a rock band.

But it more aptly describes the Cowichan Valley Capitals.

Jung is the last 20-year-old left in the lineup after the Caps sent Teal Burns to Alberni Valley for future considerations and Keyler Bruce to Victoria for future considerations and Garrett Skrbich at the B.C. Hockey League trade deadline.

Jung is expected to return from injury this week.

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