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PHT Morning Skate: Where the players want to help the smaller teams

Sep 9, 2012, 9:00 AM EDT

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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.

Many NHL players want to have the smaller, struggling teams get a bit more help, and why wouldn’t they want that? More money for everyone is a good thing. (The Tennessean)

Steve Simmons wants to know why American coaching hero Herb Brooks is in the Hockey Hall of Fame and Canadian hockey hero Paul Henderson isn’t. (Toronto Sun)

The Avalanche (and Nuggets) came up big in a charity event in Jessica Redfield’s memory. (All Things Avs)

Oilers coach Ralph Krueger decided to hide out in the woods this summer. Would you rather talk to a bear or Ben Eager? (Edmonton Sun)

Al Montoya has some new Jets-themed mask art. (Sportsnet)

Add Fedor Tyutin to the list of players destined for the KHL if there’s a lockout. (Columbus Dispatch)

Top 10 NHL Player Searches
  1. D. Alfredsson (2005)
  2. D. Krejci (1695)
  3. B. Bishop (1673)
  4. J. Boychuk (1635)
  5. J. Schultz (1619)
  1. E. Staal (1554)
  2. M. Fleury (1540)
  3. R. Lehner (1449)
  4. C. Anderson (1285)
  5. D. Setoguchi (1226)