PHT Morning Skate: Where Crosby weighs in on Steelers’ Clark decision to play

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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 Winnipeg Jets’ Mark Stuart, Jim Slater, and Andrew Ladd joined the chorus of players voicing their opposition to NHL commissioner Gary Bettman’s proposed a two-week moratorium on CBA talks. (Winnipeg Sun)

How much longer can the NHL lockout drag on before the 2013 All-Star Game faces imminent danger. (Ottawa Sun)

The Anaheim Ducks are getting ready to host their annual JSerra Thanksgiving Invitational Hockey Tournament. It will feature members of the Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League. (Ducks.nhl.com)

Sidney Crosby thinks Pittsburgh Steelers safety Ryan Clark is taking a chance by deciding to play despite his recent concussion problems. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

Scott Niedermayer is trying not to think about the possibility of being inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. (NHL.com)

Islanders defenseman Matt Carkner jokingly said that he’d “probably be wanted for assault right now” if he were on the negotiating committee. (Ottawa Sun)