PHT Morning Skate: Where the Devils don’t want to play with fire

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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 Devils are going to do their best to not make things exciting for themselves in Game 2. Going down 2-0 in the series is that scary of a possibility. (Fire & Ice)

New York’s Ryan Callahan said the Capitals “were more desperate” in Game 2. That’s one way to put it. (CSNWashington.com)

Florida coach Kevin Dineen was happy about the Panthers’ season, but not satisfied. (Sun-Sentinel)

Joe Haggerty says the Bruins are going to go all out to find a top scoring winger this summer. Wonder if they’ll talk to Columbus. (CSNNE.com)

Give it up to Viktor Stalberg for being willing to take the abuse for how bad Chicago’s power play was in the playoffs. (CSNChicago.com)

Alfie Watch: Senators owner Eugene Melnyk urges Daniel Alfredsson to come back next season. (Ottawa Sun)

Nick Kypreos says Montreal is going to be in a tough situation negotiating Carey Price’s new contract. (Sportsnet)

Remember yesterday’s story about the KHL sniffing around at Alex Burmistrov? His agent says he won’t be ditching Winnipeg. (Winnipeg Sun)

Finally, let Rick Jeanneret remind you what today’s date is. (YouTube)