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Here is what's in the news for Tuesday, October 30, 2012:
Mark Scheifele talks a bit about his maturation in the OHL over the past year: "I've matured a lot physically and mentally. I've learned a lot over the last year and went through a lot of things, how to deal with ups-and-downs and that's a big thing in becoming a pro hockey player. Last year was an unbelievable ride and it was one of the funnest times of my life, being in Winnipeg." So far so good. [Winnipeg Sun]
The St. John's IceCaps have been a smash hit in Newfoundland both on and off the ice. [WFP]
Furthermore, an IceCaps' game day ticket is amongst the hottest items in St. John's. [Globe and Mail]
Andrew Ladd is among a few Jets' who will be playing in charity games in mid-November. [Winnipeg Sun]
A "Where are they now?" of sorts, centred around the 2011-12 IceCaps' line-up. What, no Akim Aliu?! [The Telegram]
Early reports suggest that the fate of the 2013 Winter Classic could be decided on Thursday. Severe depression is beginning to set in. [SB Nation]
A complete update of the KHL standings. Dinamo Minsk has been running show. [SB Nation]
Urgh, Wayne Simmonds is taking the brunt of more racial backlash, this time as a member of the Czech Extraliga. [Puck Daddy]
Remember when Ryan Suter went off the rails over the weekend, spraying vitriol over owners who signed last minute contracts knowing there would be a chance of a salary rollback? Yeah, he has since softened his stance, making him a total puss. [Toronto Sun]
Finally, Backhand Shelf blog releases its' effective guide to heckling. Wit > Being rude. Truer words have never been spoken. [Backhand Shelf]