Kitchener's prized Ontario Hockey League trade deadline acquisition finally arrived in town and practised with his new club Friday at the Aud. The Rangers centre hasn't played a game for about a month after injuring his knee against Slovakia while representing the United States at the world junior hockey championship. "I just kind of fell on my knee awkwardly," said the Ottawa Senators first-round draft pick. "I tried to come back but I was playing on one leg. I'm feeling good skating.
The skinny: The Rangers are coming off a dominating 6-0 win over Niagara and have won three of their last four games. The team scored five or more goals in all three victories. Erie broke a five-game losing skid with a 4-3 shootout win over Flint on Wednesday. Despite their struggles, the Otters have points in five of their past six games. Keep an eye on: Kitchener G Mario Culina is 3-0 since coming to town in a trade with Sudbury.
Brown knew he would likely be on the move this season since Windsor was rebuilding. He turned up the heat when former overage teammate Aaron Luchuk was shipped to Barrie in mid-December. "I called my agent right away and said Kitchener is where I want to go," said the 19-year-old. "It was my number on spot. I said I wouldn't sign my no-trade clause to go anywhere else." There is a lot to like on East Avenue.
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