PHT Morning Skate: Where the Flyers hope to not stink during the day

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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.

The Flyers have been pretty good this season… Except during day games. They’d better get that turned around quickly this weekend with day games today and tomorrow. (CSNPhilly.com)

With Andy McDonald injured again for St. Louis, rookie Jaden Schwartz looks to be the guy to fill the void for the Blues. (Post-Dispatch)

Someone is going to be the guy that gets Sven Baertschi back to junior hockey thanks to getting healthy and Lee Stempniak would rather not be the party pooper. (Calgary Sun)

Winnipeg’s Mark Stuart may be hearing from the league for his head-high hit on Washington’s Marcus Johansson. The hit, of course, went without a penalty. (The Washington Post)

Zach Bogosian, meanwhile, is champing at the bit to get back out there again for the Jets. (Winnipeg Sun)

The Lightning have high hopes for Keith Aulie on the blue line. The Leafs hope that he doesn’t come back to haunt them. (Tampa Tribune)

The Sharks would like to make Detroit’s road trip more miserable. Of course, they need to to stay in the playoff hunt. (CSNBayArea.com)

The Islanders named Jay Pandolfo their candidate for the Masterton Trophy. (Islanders)

The Devils signed their possible goalie of the future in Scott Wedgewood to his three-year entry-level deal. (Fire & Ice)

Accused pedophile coach Graham James sees his alleged first victim testify against him for the first time. (Globe And Mail)