PHT Morning Skate: Brodeur wants another gold; Epic staring contest between two Leafs
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• The Rangers put an end to the Flyers’ four-game winning streak last night. You can check out the highlights from that game by clicking the video at the top of the page.
• Even though there’s rumors swirling about the Canadiens being interested in Pierre-Luc Dubois, it seems unlikely that Columbus would trade him. (Jackets Cannon)
• Check out this mid-season review of the Bruins season so far. Things are looking up in Boston. (Stanley Cup of Chowder)
• Now that Andrew Cogliano’s iron-man streak has come to an end, Nova Caps looks back Doug Jarvis’ career and his record run of 964 consecutive games played. (Nova Caps)
• Paul Martin is still property of the San Jose Sharks right now, but it looks like they’ll be showcasing him in the AHL. (Fear the Fin)
• Now that the Oilers are on their bye week, it’s the perfect time to look at their mid-season report card. There’s an “F” and a few D grades to go around. (Oilers Nation)
• Flames GM Brad Treliving talks about Glen Gulutzan’s tirade in practice at the beginning of the month and the concept of the bye week for NHL teams in this Q&A. (Sporting News)
• South Koreans are worried about a potential merger between themselves and the North Korean hockey team. (Associated Press)
• Who doesn’t like a good staring contest? How about this battle between Auston Matthews and Frederik Andersen. (BarDown)
• Team Canada assistant GM Martin Brodeur has won Olympic gold before, and he’d love to do it again this year. (CBC)
• The Philadelphia Flyers will retire Eric Lindros’ number 88 on Thursday night. (Philly.com)
• Is Max Pacioretty a better trade target than Evander Kane? (A Winning Habit)