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.
Bruins forward Tyler Seguin tried to play a more gritty game on Sunday and it paid off. (CSN New England)
If the Edmonton Oilers want to go from being a team with potential to a serious competitor, they need to add some role players. (Edmonton Journal)
29-year-old forward Kevin Westgarth was a major part of the CBA negotiations and impressed NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly in the process. (The News & Observer)
After being bought out by the Ottawa Senators last season, will New Jersey Devils forward Bobby Butler be able to get a little revenge on Monday against his former employers? (Ottawa Sun)
As we pass the quarter pole, Patrick Hoffman highlighted 10 of this season's surprises. (Sportsnet)
For the New Jersey Devils, their inability to kill penalties has been one of the major black marks on an otherwise great start to 2013. (New Jersey Online)
New York Islanders forward Matt Moulson often gets overshadowed by John Tavares, but in Tavares’ words, “he does a lot of things no one sees.” One thing’s for sure, with 17 points in 14 games, Moulson is having yet another strong season. (New York Newsday)
Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp picked a great time to end his 10-game goal scoring slump. (Chicago Tribune)
Derek Stepan scored a power-play goal to help the Rangers win their fourth contest in five games. You can check out the highlights from the Rangers-Capitals contest below:This video is no longer available. Click here to watch more NBC Sports videos!