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PHT Morning Skate: Eric Fehr is being silenced in Winnipeg

Winnipeg Jets v Colorado Avalanche

DENVER, CO - DECEMBER 27: Kevin Porter #12 of the Colorado Avalanche delviers a hit on Eric Fehr #17 of the Winnipeg Jets at the Pepsi Center on December 27, 2011 in Denver, Colorado. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

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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.

Claude Noel is ripping Eric Fehr’s play in Winnipeg and the Jets staff isn’t letting him talk about it. Well that seems unfair. (Winnipeg Sun)

Steve Yzerman isn’t used to losing in his career and he doesn’t like what he sees in Tampa Bay. (Toronto Sun)

That Maple Leafs penalty kill that’s not killing anything is something they’re dying to improve. What a morbid-looking sentence. (TSN)

Logan Couture blocked a Keith Ballard slap shot with his knee and that had everyone in San Jose scared. (

Mark Spector says that it’s high time for Raffi Torres to change his game up lest he become the next hated man in the league. (Sportsnet)

Least surprising thing of the day: Gary Bettman thought everything was spectacular in Philadelphia for the Winter Classic. Don’t worry, it actually was. (NHL)

The Blues were less-than thrilled about Ian Cole’s three game suspension. Of course they were. (Post-Dispatch)

The Sabres need to be “shaken to the core” says Bucky Gleason. They need that a lot. (Buffalo News)