rebound control: tweet and pete

rebound control is a feature I started in July and abandoned because, well, I don’t have an excuse. let’s tie up loose stuff from this week.

Peter Holland comes back

The biggest news in Norfolk  hockey this week-outside of tomorrow’s home opener-is the announcement of C Peter Holland being reassigned to the Admirals. Holland had been a healthy scratch for all three Anaheim Ducks games, and was a candidate to come down as soon as Ads alum Emerson Etem  healthy again.  Last year with the Ads, he scored 19+20=39 points for Norfolk, 7 more than DSP.  He’ll likely center one of the top two lines on Friday, with Rickard Rakell taking the other.

Ads alum Hampus Lindholm makes NHL debut

Norfolk got its first NHL debut of the season, when D-man Hampus Lindholm made his debut for the Ducks against the Winnipeg Jets.  He played just over 18 minutes for Anaheim while putting up excellent on-ice stats in the win.

Norfolk sends Mike Little and Norm Ezekiel to ECHL

With a numbers crunch, the Ads have to make some room. They’ve sent Mike Little to the Florida Everblades and Norm Ezekiel to Utah.  Both players will probably get preferred call-ups in case of injury.

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TWITTER. 

I’m writing about twitter because why not?

First up, Stefan Noesen.

He made this tweet (I screencapped it):

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Many fans thought he meant he was talking about the Ottawa Senators, who were down 3-0 to the LA Kings at the time. He had to clear it up because sports fans are often times wrong about stuff:

He’s a 20-year-old kid. Let him have his emo/Drake moments. They’re gonna happen. Also he’ll drop a #bestfans at some point.

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Now back to...Devo and Peter Holland. The Admirals had a golf tournament for Operation Smile. DSP came to GOLF.

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The Admirals home opener is tomorrow, October 11th at 7:30, against the B-Sens. Come down and support your team!

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