PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond.
Darryl Sutter had his turn with the Stanley Cup over the weekend and brought it “to the farm.” It wasn’t the Cup’s first trip there, but it’s the first time that Darryl has been able to deliver it. (Calgary Herald)
Corey Crawford isn’t dwelling on Chicago’s reported interest in Martin Brodeur before the future Hall of Fame goaltender re-signed with the New Jersey Devils. He’s more focused on getting ready for the 2012-13 campaign after his disappointing performance last season. (CSN Chicago)
Predators GM David Poile and Flyers GM Paul Holmgren has talked “just once” since Weber agreed to an offer sheet with Philadelphia. (Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News)
Could part of the reason that Daniel Alfredsson is being non-committal about his future be related to the CBA uncertainty? (Ottawa Sun)
Marian Hossa spoke out about the aftermath of his concussion. Sidney Crosby reached out to him and offered some advice. (Chicago Tribune)
Tomas Jurco is likely to sign an entry-level contract with Detroit when the Slovak Ice Hockey Federation and International Ice Hockey Federation reach a transfer agreement. (Detroit Free Press)