PHT Morning Skate: Flyers should sell; Breaking down goalie carousel

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Welcome to the PHT Morning Skate, a collection of links from around the hockey world. Have a link you want to submit? Email us at phtblog@nbcsports.com.

• The quarter-finals are set at the 2019 World Junior Hockey Championship. Sweden, Switzerland, Canada, Finland, USA, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia are all through to the elimination round. (IIHF.com)

Jori Lehtera will contest the drug accusations that he’s caught up in. (Courier-Post)

• It’s time for the Flyers to start selling off assets before next month’s trade deadline. (Broad street hockey)

• Even though he wasn’t with them, the Columbus Blue Jackets made sure to keep Nick Foligno and his family in their thoughts during their win over Ottawa. (NHL.com/BlueJackets)

• The Coyotes ownership group sent out a letter to their fans regarding the potential sale of the franchise. (Arizona Sports)

Dustin Byfuglien is expected to miss at least four weeks because of a lower-body injury. (Winnipeg Free Press)

• Bolts GM Julien BriseBois believes Ryan McDonagh needs to be in the Norris conversation this season. (Tampa Times)

• The Hockey News breaks down the 2019 goalie carousel. Who’s going to end up where? (The Hockey News)

• This Winnipeg Jets part-time scout also works at a sanitation worker. This is an incredible story. Definitely a must-read. (Grand Folks Herald)

Michael Frolik‘s agent, Allan Walsh, has been vocal about his client’s lack of playing time. (Sportsnet)

• Have the New York Rangers handled Lias Andersson‘s development correctly? Blue Seat Blogs investigates. (Blue Seat Blogs)

• The Oilers and Panthers made moves on Sunday. Both teams haven’t done a good job of asset management. (TSN.ca)

• Here are the five biggest issues Devils GM Ray Shero needs to address in 2019. (All About the Jersey)

Joey Alfieri is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports. Drop him a line at phtblog@nbcsports.com or follow him on Twitter @joeyalfieri.