PHT Morning Skate: LA Kings replace San Bernardino shooting survivor’s stolen jersey

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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.

Here’s a feel-good story: The Los Angeles Kings replaced a San Bernardino shooting survivor’s stolen jersey. (Above)

Sharks defenseman Brent Burns showed off his dance moves during yesterday’s pregame warmup:

Patrick O’Sullivan wrote an eye-opening piece about growing up with an abusive father. (The Players’ Tribune)

The Calgary Flames got some of their players to film a commercial to promote the team’s ugly Christmas sweaters. It’s very cheesy. (Flames.nhl.com)

Watch the highlights of yesterday’s game between the Bruins and Habs:

TSN and NBCSN Hockey Insider Bob McKenzie was on the SI Media Podcast. (Sports Illustrated)

Mark Messier believes that increasing the size of the nets would hurt the integrity of the game . (Sportsnet)