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.
Canes’ defenseman Haydn Fleury showed off the offensive side of his game recently at Carolina’s development camp.
Two men have been convicted in a multi-million dollar investment fraud scheme that victimized former NHLers Mike Peca and Bryan Berard among others. (United States Department of Justice)
Christopher Brown, the grandson of the late Wellington and Anne Mara, is trying to make a name for himself at Buffalo Sabres camp. (Buffalo News)
Habs’ defenseman P.K. Subban tries to pinpoint Alex Galchenyuk’s place in pop culture history:
Jared Clinton takes a look at which 10 AHL players could be full-time NHLers in 2015-16. (The Hockey News)
Nikolay Goldobin is hoping to earn a spot in San Jose next season. (CSNBayarea.com)
Soon to leap into pro hockey, Madison Bowey finds the wait ‘thrilling’. (The Washington Post)