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PHT Morning Skate: Dallas playing it safe with injuries

Jan 27, 2013, 9:21 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.

With three injuries already, Dallas Stars coach Glen Gulutzan isn’t going to take chances with risking further injury by pushing guys to come back fast. (Dallas Morning News)

Roberto Luongo is being the best soldier in putting his ego aside while waiting to be dealt in Vancouver. (Vancouver Province)

Rookie Stefan Matteau gets to start on the first line for the Devils tonight in Montreal. No big deal, right? (Fire & Ice)

Decision time is coming for many junior-eligible NHLers as their fifth game is coming up. (NHL.com)

Nashville’s Patric Hornqvist is “out indefinitely” after leaving last night’s shootout loss to Anaheim. (The Tennessean)

The Panthers’ 7-1 loss to Philly wasn’t just ugly, it was their fourth in a row. That’s their longest losing streak since 2010-11. (Miami Herald)

The Blue Jackets had a goal waved off in the second period against Chicago last night. Yes, they wound up losing by one goal. What do you think, have they got a beef? (Puck Rakers, YouTube)

 

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