PHT Morning Skate: Where it might be time to “break up” the Red Wings

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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.

Could the nasty stuff in recent playoff games have an effect on business for the NHL? (The Globe & Mail)

Speaking of nasty stuff, Duncan Keith admits that he can relate to Raffi Torres. I think it rhymes with “suspension.” (CSNChicago.com)

The Contrarian Goaltender brings up a point that many of us have probably considered: sitting on a lead isn’t working out so well in the 2012 playoffs. (Brodeur is a Fraud)

Speaking of Martin Brodeur, he told Tom Gulitti that he never doubted he would start in Game 4. Apparently he hasn’t seen any footage of Game 3. (Fire & Ice)

Maxime Talbot knows that the Penguins are capable of a comeback. (CSNPhilly.com)

Drew Sharp thinks it might be time to “break up” the Detroit Red Wings. Yes, seriously. (Detroit Free Press)

The Vancouver Sun really pushes the pun headline/fake word envelope by using “Sedinery” in place of “scenery.” Bold. (Vancouver Sun)

Ken Hitchcock has an awfully interesting comment about travel implications if the San Jose Sharks-St. Louis Blues series ended up tied 2-2. (Working the Corners)

The Rangers still have their confidence even after losing to the Senators in overtime (NHL.com)