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MISSISSAUGA, Ont. -- Sam Reinhart spent plenty of time growing up in Vancouver playing hockey in an upstairs playroom with brothers Max and Griffin. The sons of longtime NHL defenceman Paul Reinhart broke a few windows, but it was worth it as they grew up in the game. Max was a third-round pick of the Calgary Flames in 2010, but it took Sam seeing Griffin put on a New York Islanders jersey as the fourth overall pick in 2012 to start to visualize what his draft-day moment could be like. Thatll come June 27 in Philadelphia as Sam Reinhart is expected to be one of the top three picks. Once that sinks in and Reinhart goes about preparing for his first NHL training camp, he will draw from the experience he had in early May with Canadas world hockey championship team. The Kootenay Ice forward thinks hes ready for the pros because he joined Team Canada for its training camp and exhibition game against Switzerland in Zurich. "I got a little taste of it at the international level for a couple days in Switzerland," he said Friday at the NHLs annual scouting combine. "It was pretty amazing to see how I handled practice one compared to practice three and really picked up the pace and felt comfortable pretty quick out there." Reinhart had to think quick well before he ever stepped onto the ice. He got the call from Hockey Canada on Friday night and needed to decide whether to get on a plane to Europe Saturday afternoon. "It was a pretty quick turnaround to kind of drop everything and go over there," the 18-year-old centre said. "It was a tough decision at the time but really turned out to be a positive experience. Its really paying off right now." Reinhart didnt have much more to prove. He had represented Canada the under-18 world championships twice, winning gold in 2013, and then was on this past years world-junior team. Named WHL player of the year for putting up 105 points in 60 games with the Ice, Reinhart is third among North American skaters in NHL Central Scoutings final rankings. But it didnt hurt Reinhart to show what he could do surrounded by players who will soon be his peers. He already knew Toronto Maple Leafs defenceman Morgan Rielly, Flames centre Sean Monahan and Canucks defenceman Jason Garrison, but being on the ice with them in that environment was a different story. "He didnt look out of place," Team Canada coach Dave Tippett said in a phone interview Friday afternoon. "He carried himself like a pro player. He picked up the things we were trying to do in the drills very well. The biggest thing you could tell, and its probably a little bit because of his upbringing -- he wasnt intimidated by the situation at all and just jumped in there and played." Even though Reinhart was an extra forward for the exhibition game, Tippett liked how he made the most out of his eight or nine minutes of ice time. Had an injury occurred before the team left Zurich, there was some discussion about adding Reinhart to the team, which wouldve made him the youngest by two months over Nathan MacKinnon. Reinhart worked to show what he could do if that happened. "Youre not going in with the mind-set that youre coming home in a couple days," he said. "You know obviously the odds are you will. But you never know what happens at that point." Ultimately, Reinhart got sent home while the Canadian team went on to Minsk. But not before he made a positive impression on Tippett and his staff. "Hes a mature kid," Tippett said. "Obviously I think being from a family that has grown up around pro hockey, that helps the situation. You could tell that he wasnt in awe of the situation at all. He just got in there and got to work and fit in well with the group." Reinhart is part of a bigger group at this weeks combine outside Toronto as one of 117 of the top prospects going through interviews and then fitness testing Saturday. Along with Kingston centre Sam Bennett and Barrie defenceman Aaron Ekblad, though, Reinhart is part of the small faction of potential No. 1 selections, whether the Florida Panthers keep or trade the pick. The six-foot-one, 186-pound playmaker is known for his hockey sense and vision. Of course there are things he feels like he needs to get better at, including lower-body strength. "It just doesnt happen over a summer, Ive been focusing on it for a long time now and I feel confident with it," Reinhart said. Another question is his speed, but if Reinhart himself was at all worried, Zurich made him feel better. "I felt with the pace over there I kept up pretty well," he said. "I felt really confident with it, leading into the next day and it was amazing how much you improved." Cheap Jordan Retro Shoes For Sale . 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Cheap Nike Air Jordan Retro 13 .com) - Blake Griffin led five Clippers in double figures with 24 points and the LA Clippers got back on track with a 101-97 win over the Utah Jazz.OTTAWA - Clarke MacArthur had a simple explanation with regards to why his Ottawa Senators couldnt claw back against the St. Louis Blues.The Senators trailed by one goal heading into the third period on Saturday and couldnt spark a comeback as the Blues dominated the final 20 minutes to hang on to a 3-2 victory.Theyre making hockey plays and were not, said MacArthur. Were not making good passes. Theyre going tape-to-tape and moving it and we werent, so its tough to get momentum. Its just got to be crisper.Alex Steens second period goal held up as the winner.Maxim Lapierre and Vladimir Tarasenko also scored for the Blues, who improved to 13-6-1, while Brian Elliott stopped 24 shots.It was good for the boys to get the win, said T.J. Oshie. It was good for us to get some goals for our goaltenders as theyve been working hard and playing outstanding all year and we havent been getting them as many goals as of late so it was nice to get (Elliott) the win.Ottawa got goals from Mika Zibanejad and Erik Karlsson as Robin Lehner, making his second consecutive start, stopped 30 shots.Lehner could hardly be faulted for his effort, although the 23-year-old felt he could have been better.First goal is tough when it comes right off the bat and he opened me up, its something Ive got to work on, said Lehner. I think the tip on the third goal too. Its just a reflex to start reaching with your stick to deflect it into the corner and out of the rink and he tipped it back. That stuff bugs me and Ive got to work on it, but I felt like I came back good in the third and had some good saves.The two teams meet again Tuesday in St. Louis for the second and final time this season.Ottawa (9-6-4) made a habit of playing poorly in afternoon games last season, going a dreadful 3-7-2 in games starting before 5 p.m. Eastern— and it seems to have picked up where it left off.When asked about the Senators record in matinee meetings Karlsson made light of the teams struggles.Its just another stat to keep track of, said Karlsson. We havent won a lot of afternoon games, were all aware of it, but its not something we really think about. We can try to do different things, but we try everything we can to win games, but theyre a good team and were going to lose sometimes.Trailing 3-2, the Senators started the third period on a power play, but were unable to capitalize on the opportunity.St. Louis outshot the Senators 15-5, dominated thhe face-off circle and won numerous puck battles in the final 20 minutes.ddddddddddddhey outplayed us in the third period, which was the only thing that would be disappointing in the game, said Senators coach Paul MacLean. I thought we were competitive and played hard against a hard team.The two teams exchanged goals in the second, but it was Lehner and Elliott who stood out.Elliott made a huge glove save on Colin Greening early in the period and minutes later Lehner bailed out Karlsson on a brutal giveaway that led to a Tarasenko point-blank chance.It was the second time in the game that Lehner had to bail out his captain after a giveaway.St. Louis made it a two-goal game at the 12-minute mark as Steen tipped Jay Bouwmeesters shot on the way to the net to beat Lehner.The Senators managed to cut the lead to one on Karlssons power-play goal from the point late in the period.I didnt see it coming through all the bodies, said Elliott, who spent part of four seasons playing for the Senators. Those are tough ones to swallow, especially when youre up 3-1. That goal makes it a tight game. We battled back and kept things to the outside for most of the rest of the game. Obviously when youre not going to the box, that helps as well.Both teams had a solid first 20 minutes, but it was the Blues who went into the break with a 2-1 lead.The Blues opened the scoring on their very first shot of the game as Lapierre got around Cody Ceci and went on to beat Lehner through the legs.Every once in a while I try to create some offense and things like that, said Lapierre. It worked tonight, but it doesnt work every night.Ottawa tied the game on the power play at the 16-minute mark as Bobby Ryan came from behind the net and found Zibanejad in front. But a mere 30 seconds later, St. Louis regained the lead as Jori Lehtera found Tarasenko all alone. Tarasenkos goal was his team-leading 12th of the season.The Senators now head out for a five-game, eight-day road trip starting Monday against Detroit. The Blues head to Winnipeg to take on the Jets on Sunday.Notes: The Senators Chris Phillips was a late scratch. MacLean said Phillips was experiencing discomfort from an issue that bothered him earlier in the week. Marc Methot remains sidelined (back, indefinite). Erik Condra and Curtis Lazar were healthy scratches for Ottawa. The Blues Joakim Lindstrom, Chris Porter and Chris Butler were healthy scratches. ' ' '

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