PHT Morning Skate: The Stanley Cup celebration hangover edition

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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.

Jeff Carter is more than happy to silence all his doubters after winning the Stanley Cup. (Los Angeles Times)

The Kings’ Cup parade will be Thursday. (NHL)

Drew Doughty’s career has been pretty full already and he’s just 22-years-old. (NHL.com)

Darryl Sutter joins his brothers Duane and Brent as Cup winners. That sure makes the holidays a lot more fun, eh? (The Hockey News)

After 39 years, Kings play-by-play man Bob Miller gets his moment in the sun with the Stanley Cup. (L.A. Kings Insider)

And you thought L.A. would riot? Silly humans. LAPD says all was relatively quiet. (Los Angeles Times)

While the Kings ended their 45-year Stanley Cup drought, the Washington Capitals are left to wonder when their turn might come. (CSNWashington.com)

Down Goes Brown gives you his winners and losers from the 2012 playoffs. (Down Goes Brown)

In non-Cup related news, the Red Wings will be making a decision on Tomas Holmstrom’s future in July. (Detroit Free Press)

Finally, watch how Wil Wheaton, Twitter’s biggest Kings fan and former star of Star Trek: The Next Generation, celebrates his team winning the Stanley Cup.