PHT Morning Skate: Donald Fehr speaks on Marvin Miller’s passing
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.
Marvin Miller was a giant in sports labor, changing it to what we know it as today. His passing at the age of 95 has NHLPA Executive Director Donald Fehr thinking back on how important he was. (NHLPA)
If the NHL season is wiped out by the lockout, Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson wants to play in Europe. (Ottawa Sun)
ESPN’s John Buccigross had a player tell him the league has a 48-game schedule worked out and ready to go in January. Bet they copied the one they had in 1995. (@Buccigross)
Lightning prospect J.T. Brown is doing really well in the AHL this year. (Tampa Tribune)
The Sharks sent out their first round of season ticket refund checks. (Working The Corners)
News of the always: Tyler Seguin owns in Switzerland. (Edmonton Journal)
Speaking of Alfie, he says “every player is pissed off” about the lockout. Well, no kidding. (Ottawa Sun)
Today marks Day 74 of the NHL lockout and Captain America John Carlson just cannot be pleased.