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Some people enjoy Halloween while some people are already looking forward to Thanksgiving and Christmas. In the NHL, Thanksgiving isn’t celebrated by many considering most players aren’t American. Washington Capitals prospect Andre Burakovsky took to twitter to show his celebrating of Halloween. He carved up a pumpkin that had a “Christmas type look” to it.
Pretty happy With our pumpkin! @EhMurph #Halloween pic.twitter.com/JRv3Avz6zx
— andre burakovsky (@andreburakovsky) October 29, 2013
The pumpkin carved by the young Erie Otters forward looks eerily similar to Tim Burton’s character Jack from “The Nightmare before Christmas.” Either way, big props to Burakovsky for his handy work with the flimsy knife that we all get to use while carving our pumpkins. You can be the judge on the comparison, but to us here, it looks like he was inspired by Tim Burton.
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This will mark Ovechkin’s first missed game since Feb. 22, 2012 against Ottawa.
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Ovechkin was injured in the first period of Monday's 3-2 loss to Vancouver. He is second in the NHL with 10 goals.
The Flyers can use all the breaks they can get. They are 3-8, their worst 11-game start in franchise history.
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