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The 25-year-old center will be joining fellow Wolf Pack teammates P.A. Parenteau and Andres Eriksson, who were also recently called up by the New York Rangers. Locke, who leads the Hartford Wolf Pack in scoring with 80 points, will get some pro experience due to the injuries of Ryan Callahan and Sean Avery. Locke tallied 29 goals and 51 assists through 73 games with the Wolf Pack this season, which is good for third overall in point production in the AHL. The former Ottawa 67er was drafted by the Montreal Canadiens in the fourth round of the '03 draft. He played one NHL game for Montreal in 2008, registering one shot. The Rangers signed him this past offseason, where he has been enjoying his most productive AHL campaign to date. If he's given time on the powerplay, which I highly doubt coa ...

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