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.
Despite having Justin Schultz, Jordan Eberle, Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, and now Taylor Hall on their roster, the AHL Oklahoma City Barons have gotten off to a mediocre 6-5-0-1 start. (Edmonton Journal)
Hockey Hall of Fame inductees talk about the 2004-05 and 2012 lockouts. (Sportsnet)
What if Mats Sundin wasn’t traded and he ended up spending his entire career playing alongside Joe Sakic? (ESPN)
Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Ryan Murray and Winnipeg Jets prospect Adam Lowry will be the WHL’s team captains in the league’s two upcoming games against Russia. (WHL)
Stu Grimson feels the alumni charity game he organized between former Nashville Predators and St. Louis Blues was a success. (The Tennessean)
Former Avalanche coach and current Flames coach Bob Hartley recalls a time when Joe Sakic tried to pass up on an empty net opportunity by feeding the puck to Stephane Yelle, even though Sakic was one goal away from becoming the franchise’s all-time leading scorer and it was during the final minute of the Colorado Avalanche’s regular season. Yelle passed the puck back to Sakic, leaving him with “no choice but to score.” (Calgary Flames)