PHT Morning Skate: Captains Larkin and Stone; Bruins, BU to honor Travis Roy

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Dylan Larkin is the new captain of the Detroit Red Wings. [Winging it in Motown]

• And Mark Stone gets the ‘C’ for the Vegas Golden Knights. [Golden Knights]

• NHL Deputy Commissioner Bill Daly on the divisional setup being for 2021 only, the Olympics, and player and puck tracking. [NHL.com]

Keith Yandle is in Joel Quenneville’s doghouse and his ironman streak is in jeopardy. [The Hockey News]

• The Bruins and Boston University are teaming up to wear helmet decals that will honor the late Travis Roy this season. [NBC Sports Boston]

• Are Philipp Grubauer and Pavel Francouz enough for the Avalanche to win the Stanley Cup this season? [Denver Post]

• Brendan Shanahan talks about the growth of the Maple Leafs. [TSN]

• Recapping an exciting World Junior Championship tournament. [Rotoworld]

• What does Marcus Foligno‘s extension mean for the Wild’s future? [Hockey Wilderness]

• Marc Bergevin is expecting his Canadiens team to play fast this season. [Sportsnet]

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