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.
While Nail Yakupov works on his defensive game, he’s not too worried about how many points he has, although he’s still trying to score every game. (Edmonton Sun)
Mathieu Perreault needed stitches after Islanders forward Kyle Okposo’s stick broke his visor, plus other Washington Capitals’ notes. (CSN Washington)
Maple Leafs GM Dave Nonis doesn’t “have anything even interesting on the go” as far as the trade market is concerned. However, he suspects that will change by the April 3 deadline. (Toronto Sun)
A team-by-team breakdown of who’s a buyer and who’s selling. (USA Today)
Carolina Hurricanes forward Tim Wallace cleared waivers yesterday and was sent to AHL Charlotte. (Hurricanes.nhl.com)
What should the Ottawa Senators do by the trade deadline? (Ottawa Sun)
Recently acquired Pittsburgh Penguins defenseman Douglas Murray talks about his entrepreneurial pursuits and what kind of player he hopes to be with the Penguins. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
Even at 40, goaltender Nikolai Khabibulin is still excelling. (Edmonton Sun)
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