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.
Should the Chicago Blackhawks go after Jarome Iginla? (CSN Chicago)
The Florida Panthers’ chances of making the playoffs are slim to none, but they’d like to at least to finish the season on a positive note. (Miami Herald)
Colorado Avalanche assistant coach David Quinn has accepted Boston University’s head coaching position. (Denver Post)
Now that Brenden Morrow and Douglas Murray are members of the Pittsburgh Penguins, other contenders are likely to respond with acquisitions of their own. (ESPN)
Washington Capitals blueliners Tomas Kundratek (knee) and John Erskine (upper body) are close to returning. (Washington Times)
The Swiss Hockey League’s disciplinary judge has ruled that an incident on March 5 that paralyzed defenseman Ronny Keller was an accident. (Globe and Mail)
The New York Islanders aren’t likely to make any major moves before the April 3 trade deadline. (New York Newsday)
With their top two goaltenders injured, the Carolina Hurricanes have summoned netminder John Muse, who has never played in an NHL game and has just 29 contests worth of AHL experience. (Hurricanes.nhl.com)
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