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.
Crazy story out of Calgary, where Flames assistant coach and ex-NHLer Martin Gelinas avoided disaster after falling from a ladder while washing his windows. (Calgary Sun)
It’s official: The Arizona Coyotes now play in Gila River Arena. (Arizona Republic)
Oilers captain Andrew Ference got political on Wednesday, speaking at the New Democratic Party’s national caucus meeting in Edmonton. (CBC)
Nice gesture from Wild owner Craig Leipold — he’s flying the team to attend Bob Suter’s funeral. (Minnesota Star-Tribune)
Bruins owner Jeremy Jacobs issued a statement congratulating Terry and Kim Pegula on their purchase of the Buffalo Bills. Jacobs was considered an early ownership candidate. (WGRZ.com)
Edmonton tough guy Luke Gadzic on his woeful Corsi rating: “I have to worry about regular stats, never mind advanced stats.” (Edmonton Journal)