PHT Morning Skate: Hub options; Ulf Samuelsson joins Panthers

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Henderson Silver Knights

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• The Henderson Silver Knights, the AHL affiliate of the Golden Knights, revealed their debut jerseys. What do you think?

• If the NHL goes the hub route again for next season Anaheim would like to play host. [Anaheim Calling]

• “Without a vaccine, just how comfortable would you be returning to an NHL rink to watch a hockey game right now?” [Sportsnet]

• The World Junior Championship bubble in Edmonton will be a bit different than what the NHL pulled off this summer. [Edmonton Journal]

• Ulf Samuelsson will join Joel Quenneville’s bench with the Panthers as an assistant coach. [Litter Box Cats]

• Greg Mauldin has become the first Black coach in the USNTDP program’s history. [NHL.com]

• After being bought out by the Red Wings last month, Justin Abdelkader says goodbye to Detroit. [The Players’ Tribune]

• What should be left on Kevin Cheveldayoff‘s offseason to-do list? [Jets Nation]

Gustav Nyquist‘s injury opens the door for a number of Blue Jackets youngsters to step in and contribute. [1st Ohio Battery]

• The NHL’s goal of a Jan. 1 start is facing long odds. [Featurd]

• How’s this for a lineup formation change: three defenseman and two forwards? [Toronto Star]

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Sean Leahy is a writer for Pro Hockey Talk on NBC Sports. Drop him a line at phtblog@nbcsports.com or follow him on Twitter @Sean_Leahy.

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