PHT Morning Skate: Ducks reflect on Selanne

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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.

Several members of the Anaheim Ducks talked about what Teemu Selanne has meant to them. The 43-year-old forward will hang up his skates once the Ducks’ playoff run concludes. (Ducks.nhl.com)

With the season over, Jaromir Jagr reiterated his desire to re-sign with the New Jersey Devils. That’s not surprising given his assessment of the season. (The Bergen Record)

Colorado Avalanche coach Patrick Roy admitted that even he’s surprised that they captured the Central Division title. “To me, it’s the most surprising division championship that we have, I guess, in the Avalanche history.” (Denver Post)

Paul Maurice would like to stay on as the Winnipeg Jets’ coach, but he needs to talk it over with his family first. (Winnipeg Sun)

A look into the Red Wings culture that has led to 23 consecutive postseason appearances. (Detroit Free Press)

Being part of Ryan Smyth’s final game might inspire the young Edmonton Oilers. (Edmonton Sun)

Highlights from Detroit’s 3-0 victory over St. Louis: