PHT Morning Skate: Bryzgalov on the threat of players staying in the KHL


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.

Ilya Bryzgalov ponders the KHL’s chances of nabbing NHL players even after the lockout ends. Bonus points if you have a Russian passport. (TSN)

Buddy Oakes represents a sub-set of hardcore hockey types who should scare both sides: people with other hobbies. (Preds on the Glass)

The bad news: Jonathan Huberdeau’s team lost 11-2 last night. The good news: Huberdeau scored both of his team’s goals. (Rotoworld)

Earlier this week, Brandon Worley wondered if Dallas Stars fans would accept scabs, er, replacement players. (Defending Big D)

Elliotte Friedman imagines what the first two weeks of the 2012-13 would have been like. (CBC via Kukla’s Korner)

How does Matt Duchene feel about Gabriel Landeskog supplanting him as the “face” of the Colorado Avalanche’s franchise? (Mile High Hockey)

Harrison Mooney’s odd post about babies, hockey and socks. (Puck Daddy)

Cornelius Hardenbergh mourns a lack of Jack Edwards. (Stanley Cup of Chowder)

Scott Parse hopes he can turn his career around. (Fire & Ice)