PHT Morning Skate: How much season can be saved?
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.
Jonathan Willis breaks down how much of the season could be salvaged based on a variety of potential start dates. Interesting stuff. (The Edmonton Journal)
Nashville Predators exec Sean Henry has a heartfelt message for fans. (Predators’ Web site)
Erik Christensen is settling in to a career in the KHL after getting over the hype of starting out in the NHL. (Yahoo)
Former New Jersey Devils player Jim Dowd has seen some of the destruction from Hurricane Sandy up close. (Fire & Ice)
Looking back at how Pavel Bure fought off injuries to have a Hall of Fame career. (NHL.com)
Maybe the lockout is taking some steam out of - or trimming some whiskers off of? - Movember, but some Habs are getting into the spirit, anyway. (Montreal Gazette)
Covering the net was a tall order for Tiny Thompson. (Greatest Hockey Legends)
This was written before Tuesday’s meetings, but it still provides interesting food for thought as the talks continue. (CBC)