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.
Earlier this month a New York Rangers fan had a portrait of Chris Kreider shaved into his head. Ahead of Game 5 barber Joe Barajas was at it again this time shaving a portrait of goaltender Henrik Lundqvist into a fan’s head. (Puck Daddy)
The Anaheim Ducks’ three-goals in 37-seconds on Saturday night presented an opportunity for Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville to reflect on his playing days. Quenneville was a part of the 1979 Toronto Maple Leafs, which scored three times in a 23-second span. (Toronto Sun)
Entourage star Kevin Dillon took in Game 5 of the Lightning-Rangers series on Sunday night at MSG. (Sportsnet)
Don Cherry believes the Leafs should strip Dion Phaneuf of the captaincy. (Sportsnet)
Former NHLer Glen Murray developing reputation for developing talent. (The Boston Globe)
A Rangers fan had quite the jersey foul Sunday night at MSG. (Sporting News)
The NHL on NBC crew breaks down the keys to Ben Bishop’s success in Game 5: