PHT Morning Skate: Analysts weigh in on deadline winners, losers


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.

With the trade deadline in the rear-view mirror, there was no shortage of analysts offering their take on the trade deadline winners and losers. You can click on the following links to go to those articles: Toronto Sun / National Post / Puck Daddy / SB Nation / Sporting News

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Dan Rosen highlights what he saw as five underrated trades made before the deadline ended. (

The Buffalo Sabres have a large stockpile of draft picks and GM Tim Murray is interested in using some of them in future trades. (Buffalo News)

Keith Yandle was actually born in Boston, but after years of playing in Arizona it looks like he will need some time to adjust to life in New York:

Slava Voynov’s trial was originally scheduled to begin on Monday, but it has been delayed until March 10. (Los Angeles Times)

Jordan Caron seems to be comfortable joining the Colorado Avalanche organization: