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PHT Morning Skate: Joe Corvo says it’s feeling like 2004 all over again

Nov 29, 2012, 8:45 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.

Hurricanes blue liner Joe Corvo says it’s feeling like 2004 all over again and that’s really not a good thing at all. (News & Observer)

Terrible news for Minnesota’s Josh Harding: He’s fighting Multiple Sclerosis. (Star-Tribune)

Are you ready for the Arizona Coyotes? James Gordon says the Phoenix Coyotes and Jobing.com Arena both might get name changes thanks to the new deal in place for Greg Jamison. (Sportsdocuments)

Sportsnet’s Michael Grange has a nice look at how Donald Fehr may be missing out on Marvin Miller’s message in negotiating a new NHL deal. (Sportsnet)

Speaking of Subban, Dave Stubbs has the first of a two-part series chatting with the Habs star. (Montreal Gazette)

Sidney Crosby to Switzerland? Maybe. (Toronto Sun)

Great read here: If you thought Forbes’ numbers may have been a bit fishy yesterday, Tyler Dellow has your back. (mc79hockey)

Henrik Lundqvist‘s mask sold for $66,000 in a charity auction for Hurricane Sandy victims. Yup, that’s some kind of record. (New York Times)

Wayne Scanlan of Senators Extra piles on the NHL about the lockout and the Coyotes situation. (Senators Extra)

Leafs coach Randy Carlyle is doing his best fighting boredom during the lockout. (TSN)

Today marks Day 75 of the NHL lockout and perhaps the only thing that can save us is Hal Gill‘s incredible handlebar mustache. (He’s doing it for Movember, so donate if you want)

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