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Today's open discussion thread, complete with your daily dose of Winnipeg Jets-related news and notes.

Jonathan Daniel

Hey all! Here is our feature running Monday through Friday that will bring you up to date on what's going on in the media pertaining to the Winnipeg Jets and elsewhere in the NHL.

Here is what's in the news for Tuesday, November 6, 2012:

Adam Lowry touches on his WHL season thus far: "I’ve battled a little bit of inconsistency, but I’ve been getting back on the right track." Lowry continues to score at a point per game pace. [Winnipeg Sun]

Providence's 3-0 win over St. John's on Sunday was the Bruins first on home ice this season. [The Hockey Writers]

Recapping the weekend that was for the IceCaps, which included scoring woes and an anemic power play. [IceCaps.com]

Keith McCambridge has been frustrated with the teams' start thus far, but sees the potential for them to turn it around: "We’re frustrated right now not putting the puck in the net and frustrated with not be able to generate points. But when I look at the game Saturday night (a 3-2 overtime decision over the Worcester Sharks in Worcester, Mass.), I thought we played a real strong game. We played the way we need to play. And when I look at the game in Portland (Friday, a 3-0 loss to the Pirates), we generated lots of (scoring) chances. We hit two posts on one power play, and we had an open net that we should have scored, and need to score on. So the chances are there." [The Telegram]

Nail Yakupov proved to be the best player on the ice in last night's Subway SuperSeries debut. Yakupov scored the game winning goal and added an assist in Russia's 6-2 victory over Team QMJHL. [Toronto Star]

Jonathan Quick will begin his rehab from back surgery with the Manchester Monarchs this week. [SB Nation]

Chris Lund believes Eric Lindros should be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. I agree. [Backhand Shelf]

Finally, Harrison Mooney stars in the greatest parody ever. [Puck Daddy]