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 Pittsburgh Penguins’ young defensive prospects have to adjust to coach Dan Bylsma’s system. For some blueliners, it’s a significant change. (McKeesport Daily News)
Red Wings goaltending coach Jim Bedard has been pleasantly surprised by Jared Coreau. The 21-year-old netminder signed with the team partially based on Chris Osgood’s recommendation. (Detroit Free Press)
After excelling in the NCAA, Penguins goaltender Eric Hartzell is looking forward to getting a chance to prove himself in the AHL next season. (Penguins.nhl.com)
Hockey talent is emerging in nontraditional US markets. (The Tennessean)
At the same time, the game is also growing in Southeast Asia. (The Globe and Mail)
Andrew Ladd was honored to be included on Team Canada’s roster for the upcoming orientation camp. (Winnipeg Sun)