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PHT’s Morning Skate: Where we dabble in revenue sharing

Aug 1, 2012, 9:00 AM EDT

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So, the NHL has posed an expansion of revenue sharing in the latest round of labor talks. That’s good…right? (Wall Street Journal)

Cool story about Ernie Els’ part-time caddy, former NHLer Dan Quinn. (London Free Press)

The Canucks might be holding out for Nick Bjugstad in a potential Roberto Luongo trade, but Ben Kuzma says Vancouver has more pressing needs. (The Province)

Ex-NHLer Jeff Jillison was scammed out of nearly $84,000. Ouch. (Providence Journal)

The St. Louis Blues have named Scott Allen the assistant coach of their AHL affiliate in Peoria. (St. Louis Blues)

Cool piece here from Mike Colligan on the improbable success of the Phoenix Coyotes. (The Hockey Writers)

Interview with Washington Capitals owner Ted Leonsis — some interesting stuff here. (Japer’s Rink)

  1. chazxcore - Aug 1, 2012 at 11:56 AM

    Revenue sharing is great for the NFL. It helps teams that are going through a bad period to ride it out. Just about every NFL team belongs where they are, except maybe Jacksonville.

    It is a bad idea for the NHL because there are too many teams in cities where they don’t belong and too many cities that don’t have one. If the NHL wants to make more money, stop putting NHL teams in cities that don’t like hockey.

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