PHT Morning Skate: Why Stars didn’t make splash; Is it time for Bergevin to go?

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Henrik Lundqvist will take a hard look at his future with the Rangers after this season. (NHL.com)

Jay Bouwmeester will have a press conference for the first time since suffering a cardiac episode earlier this month. (NHL.com/Blues)

• Kyle Dubas seems to be a bit rattled by the struggles his team has had this year. (Toronto Star)

• Habs Eyes on the Prize argues that it’s time for Marc Bergevin to go. (Habs Eyes on the Prize)

• TSN’s Travis Yost argues that Bergevin is a savvy opportunist. (TSN)

• The Hawks have had plenty of success over the years, but they’re stuck in a rut right now. (670 The Score)

• The Canucks’ quiet deadline could have major playoff implications. (Sportsnet)

Quinn Hughes continues to chase a bunch of records in his rookie season. (Vancouver is Awesome)

• Jeff Vinik has owned the Lightning for almost 10 years and he’s trying to create a bigger business for himself. (Tampa Bay Times)

• Here’s why the Stars didn’t make a splash at the trade deadline. (Dallas News)

• What does Nashville’s trade deadline approach tell us about their future? (A to Z Sports Nashville)

• Cancer interrupted Wade MacLeod hockey career, but he’s back on the ice. (Northeastern.Edu)

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.

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