PHT Morning Skate: Where a Leafs prospect wound up being injured pretty badly

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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.

Leafs prospect Joe Colborne had a rough second half of his AHL season. Maybe it was because of the two torn ligaments and broken bone in his wrist he didn’t know he had that hampered him. (Kyle Cicerella)

Kings PR man Jeremy Zager had a pretty special day with the Stanley Cup. (Mayor’s Manor)

Olli Jokinen isn’t going anywhere. Yet… (Winnipeg Sun)

Here’s a terrible idea: Owners using replacement players during lockout to try and bring an end to the dispute. That’s working really well for the NFL and referees. (Toronto Sun)

Both the Bruins and Jets aren’t planning any layoffs as of now. (CSNNE.com, Winnipeg Sun)

Here’s a site to keep up with all the NHL players signing in Europe. (Elite Prospects)

College hockey news: It’s the final season for the CCHA, and they’re moving their conference title game to Sunday and it’s all the Detroit Red Wings’ fault. (College Hockey News)