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Altitude Check: Andrew Harris is a hockey player now

Declan Chisholm makes a point, the Habs get a puppy, and Friedman has some thoughts.

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Jets News:

Blue Bombers Break: Andrew Harris is a ringer for a beer league hockey team. (Bardown)

How has fifth round pick Declan Chisholm become the Peterborough Petes leading scorer? Mitch Brown has an answer. (The Athletic)

Hockey News:

The most important development in the NHL this season has been the Montreal Canadiens fostering Flambo the dog while he trains to become a service dog. This is something that more NHL teams should explore doing. Sport teams have a unique environment where there is a lot of noise and distraction for a dog to be trained to deal with and part of the Habs plan is for Flambo to go to games to be trained in that environment. (Habs Eyes on the Prize)

A referee took a puck to the balls on Tuesday night and a goal was called back because of it. (Deadspin)

A former NHL referee wants female refs to ref in the NHL. We just allowed European men in, calm down (sarcasm). (Sportsnet)

Elliotte Friedman’s 31 Thoughts which I learned last week was a thought for each team in the league. It will soon be rebranded again as 32 Thoughts! (Sportsnet)

Which teams need more from their first lines? Hint: not Winnipeg. (The Athletic)