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PHT Morning Skate: To play without a CBA

Nov 20, 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.

Jesse Spector wonders if Donald Fehr’s idea to play hockey while CBA discussions are ongoing might just be a wise option at this point. Surely Gary Bettman would love it. (Sporting News)

Gary Lawless critiques Evander Kane and Ondrej Pavelec for their poor overseas play. (Winnipeg Free Press via Arctic Ice Hockey)

Sounds like Martin Brodeur will join those taking part in an Atlantic City charity event to raise money for those affected by Hurricane Sandy relief. (Fire & Ice)

At what age should teams expect better progress – or more signs of brilliance – from struggling prospects such as Edmonton’s Colten Teubert. (m79hockey)

Thomas Greiss looks primed to play at home in Germany. (Fear the Fin)

This photo captures one of Mario Lemieux’s greatest goals. (Greatest Hockey Legends)

The Los Angeles Kings brought the Stanley Cup to South Park’s studios. Considering the snark level of the Kings’ Twitter page, the pairing makes a lot of sense. (Kings Web site)

Kevin Weekes is becoming a quick study at his second career. (NHL.com)

Andy Strickland wonders why the lockout isn’t producing a ton of mainstream headlines. (True Hockey)

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