PHT Morning Skate: Another Wild rookie on the way up

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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 Wild have called up rookie winger Charlie Coyle. The future is quickly becoming now in Minnesota. (Star-Tribune)

Give it up to Boston’s Chris Bourque for making his first goal of the season count the most as the only tally and game-winner against Toronto. (CSNNE.com)

Want to know what it’s like to spend a day with the NHL’s Player Safety crew and Brendan Shanahan? Here’s your hook-up. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

Peter Chiarelli would prefer you not to judge Brian Burke based solely on the Phil Kessel trade. (Toronto Sun)

The Blues would like rookie Jaden Schwartz to be more like their other rookie Vladimir Tarasenko and shoot more. (Post-Dispatch)

The Predators are finally getting what they were hoping for out of Craig Smith. (The Tennessean)

Anyone know what’s next for Winnipeg’s Mark Scheifele? (Winnipeg Free Press)

Is it time for Flyers GM Paul Holmgren to swing some deals? (Ottawa Sun)

Finally, all hail our dark lord Teemu Selanne. His empty-net goal last night was the 666th tally of his career. (Battle Of California)