PHT Morning Skate: Will Brian Burke be the big CBA winner?

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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.

Los Angeles Kings teammates Kyle Clifford and Trevor Lewis discussed dropping the gloves in an ECHL game to John Hoven of Mayor’s Manor, but judging by the box score, only Lewis fought on Friday. That’s a little disappointing, unless you’re Dean Lombardi. (Mayor’s Manor)

Sportsnet’s John Shannon thinks that the NHL and NHLPA need to focus on healing relationships with fans now that the lockout might be winding down. (Sportsnet)

Justin Schultz scored his 18th AHL goal on Friday, leaving him just two away from tying the record for a rookie defenseman. It could be an interesting race if he needs to be at Jan. 12 training camp … (Edmonton Oilers Twitter feed)

Meet the most impressive stick-collector around. (Greatest Hockey Legends)

How the 1992-93 New York Rangers team paved the way for the 1994 Stanley Cup victory. (NHL.com)

Here’s your strange, regional hockey story of the weekend. (Puck Daddy)

Is Brian Burke the big winner of the new CBA? Pension Plan Puppets argues as much. (Pension Plan Puppets)

Bob Miller reminisces about being “the announcer” for the Mighty Ducks movie. (LA Kings Insider)