PHT Morning Skate: Greene ready to play after elbow surgery

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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 defenseman Matt Greene feels “ready to go” after having elbow surgery over the summer. (LA Kings Insider)

Jordan Eberle, Andrew Ladd, and Sergei Bobrovsky talk about the possibility of playing in the 2014 Winter Olympics. (ESPN.com)

With Ryan Nugent-Hopkins (shoulder) expected to start the 2013-14 campaign on the sidelines, Ryan Smyth might temporarily move up a bit in the depth charts and even get a bit of power-play ice time. (Edmonton Journal)

Philadelphia Flyers prospect Mark Alt suffered a concussion during a rookie game on Monday. The 21-year-old defenseman is entering his first full pro season after spending three seasons with the University of Minnesota. (CSN Philly)

New Jersey Devils goaltending prospect Keith Kinkaid admitted that he was “pretty upset” when he first heard about the Cory Schneider trade, but he’s focused on developing in the minors until he gets his shot. (The Bergen Record)

Looking back at Miikka Kiprusoff’s career as an NHL goaltender. (Flames.nhl.com)