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PHT Morning Skate: It’s Halak vs. Price in Montreal

Carey Price, Jaroslav Halak

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.

In Montreal in 2010 you were either with Carey Price or Jaroslav Halak. Now they’ll face each other tonight at Bell Centre. (All Habs, Post-Dispatch)

If you’re wondering if Montreal regrets sticking by Price while trading away Halak, they don’t. (Montreal Gazette)

Jaroslav Halak is still a hero to many, however, for his heroic play during the 2010 playoffs getting the Habs to the Eastern Conference finals. (Sun Media)

Donald Fehr doesn’t think the realignment block the NHLPA pulled out will affect the next CBA. Let’s hope not. (TSN)

Blake Wheeler’s return to Boston with Winnipeg sees him as an important guy for the Jets. (Winnipeg Sun)

Derek Roy pays no mind to the latest batch of trade rumors. Seriously though, he should probably be nervous. (Buffalo News)

Blue Jackets players were actually shocked that Scott Arniel was fired yesterday. You would be too if it took that long. (Puck-Rakers)

The Leafs call Dion Phaneuf a “one of a kind” captain. That’s about right in a lot of ways. (TSN)

Corey Potter signs a two-year extension with Edmonton. (Edmonton Journal)

The Sharks might be playing their best hockey of the season right now. It’s a shame it’s not the playoffs in that case. (