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.
Last month, the San Jose Sharks bought Adam Burish out of the final year of his contract. Now, Burish is out to “prove some people wrong,” adding that “getting out of San Jose will be for the better.” (Chicago Tribune)
Calgary farmhands Bill Arnold and Bryce Van Brabant have signed their qualifying offers. (Calgary Herald)
Former Toronto Maple Leafs first-rounder Tyler Biggs, widely considered a draft bust, is looking to shed that label after getting dealt to Pittsburgh in the Phil Kessel trade. (Post-Gazette)
Former Minnesota North Stars players will participate when the Minnesota Wild and Blackhawks hold their alumni game festivities prior to their Stadium Series outdoor game on Feb. 21 at TCF Bank Stadium. (ESPN 1500 Minnesota)
The Los Angeles Kings announced the signing of d-man prospect Erik Cernak, their second-round pick at the 2015 NHL Entry Draft. (LA Kings Insider)