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.
Theoren Fleury said he has “no sympathy” for owners during the lockout. (ESPN)
Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider helped bring four city rinks to help benefit inner-city youths in the Philly area. (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Bob McKenzie shared his latest thoughts on the weekend’s squabbles before Sunday’s meetings. (TSN)
Mikhail Grabovksi scored four goals for the Quebec Ramparts yesterday. (Rotoworld)
It’s unclear how severe the injury might be, but Brandon Dubinsky was reportedly shaken up after taking a puck to the hand during a Sunday game. (Columbus Dispatch’s Aaron Portzline)
How the ECHL’s San Francisco Bulls helped avert Zamboni disaster. (Puck Daddy)
Vancouver Canucks GM Mike Gillis reflects on Pavel Bure, life as a GM vs. as an agent and more. (NHL.com)