PHT Morning Skate: Devils’ woes in shootout rage on
PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond.
It was noble of Cory Schneider to take the blame for the Devils losing in a shootout to the Avalanche after making 37 saves through 65 minutes but giving up two goals in the skills competition. New Jersey is 0-8 this year in the shootout and if they miss out on the playoffs, they’ll know exactly why. (Fire & Ice)
The Penguins’ defensemen getting healthy was a bad thing for Simon Despres -- he was sent back to Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
The Red Wings may have plenty of injuries, but rookie forward Tomas Jurco playing in the closing moments when trying to tie the game makes for a high compliment of his game. (Detroit Free Press)
Kyle Turris is thriving in Ottawa after escaping the desert and Phoenix Coyotes. (Senators Extra)
Dan Bylsma would love to help lead Team USA to gold and have his own “Miracle On Ice” type of moment. (Globe And Mail)
New Oilers goalie Ben Scrivens tore apart a writer via Twitter for jumping to conclusions about how his wife would hate moving to Edmonton. Using a player’s family to write something gossipy? That’s a paddlin’. (TSN)