PHT Morning Skate: Where we examine Team USA’s potential 2014 Olympic goalies

9 Comments

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.

Now that they’re teammates, Buffalo’s Patrick Kaleta and Steve Ott have “buried the hatchet.” (Calgary Sun)

The Philadelphia Flyers weren’t able to get Ryan Suter or Shea Weber this summer, but they might still end up adding a top-tier defenseman. (CSN Philly)

Jaroslav Janus, a goaltending prospect with the Tampa Bay Lightning, is expected to spend the 2012-13 campaign in Europe. That solves a potential AHL logjam and sets up Dustin Tokarksi and Riku Helenius as the Syracuse Crunch’s probable netminders. (Tampa Bay Times)

Alex Biega has agreed to a one-year, two-way contract extension with the Buffalo Sabres. (Sabres’ Official Site)

CSN Washington took an in-depth look at which goaltenders might represent Team USA in the 2014 Winter Olympics. Of course, the list is based on the hope that the NHL will agree to participate in the Sochi Games. (CSN Washington)

Kyle Turris prayed for Daniel Alfredsson’s return when he went to bed every night. (Ottawa Sun)