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Storm Debris: Carolina Hurricanes News Roundup, Good Energy Edition

Victor Rask continues to contribute, Gatorade bottles are abused, and Wayne Gretzky on his nickname

Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports

The Carolina Hurricanes finally kept their lead for the first win of the season. There’s a lot of good energy today.

Now THIS is chemistry:

As the Hurricanes obtained their first win and didn’t lose the lead, there was a new different vibe to the way they played the game [N&O].

Victor Rask continues to contribute on the scoreboard as the Hurricanes get their first win of the season [WRAL Sports Fan].

Pat Clarke doesn’t believe leadership is built on goals alone [Section 328].

Last night Jaromir Jagr joined Wayne Gretzky and Gordie Howe as the only players to score 750 goals in a career. Congrats Jags!

Speaking of "The Great One," Gretzky joined Stephen Colbert to discuss how his nickname originated [YouTube].

Gretzky says Auston Matthews put his records in danger [The Score].

Patrick Laine scores his first career hat trick as the overtime game winner:

Only an 18-year-old, Laine brought his mom with him to Winnipeg to help adjust to the NHL lifestyle [The Score].

What did those water bottles ever do to you, Antoine Roussel?