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Clicks and Clippings: 3-3-3

3-3-3: I got nothin'.

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Few more on the hometeam 

following that baffling shoot-out loss Tuesday

Taking a broader view


Victor Rask, Calgary Hitmen— Despite there being a lot of uncertainty whether Rask would join the Hitmen or go back to Sweden, the 6-foot-1, 192-pound centre made Calgary his new home after his new boss and Hurricanes general manager Jim Rutherford expressed a strong interest in him playing in North America this season.

Rask, 18, has gotten off to a fast start, scoring six goals and 11 points in 10 games — including a hat-trick against the Swift Current Broncos last Saturday. The Hitmen will be relying heavily on Rask for points. His play will have to be the difference-maker in order to edge the likes of the Regina Pats and Prince Albert Raiders in the Eastern Conference playoff race.


Picking on the Bruins

Wednesday Wake-Up Call: Dennis Seidenberg | ProHockeyTalk The Boston blueliner was a key piece of last spring's Stanley Cup run. But this fall? Different story.

BHN: What Made Nathan Horton So Angry - Harkening back to when Nathan Horton went after Tim Gleason last week, a slideshow suggesting the unknown backstory. ★★★

From the slideshow: Zdeno Chara, Adam McQuaid, Brad Marchand, Jordan Caron Visit Children’s Hospital in Halloween Costumes -  ★★★

Courtesy of PHT Morning Skate: Hardcore phony fans of the Bruins (get through the ads - it's worth ★★★★★):