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PHT Morning Skate: Where Florida teams would have rough travel schedule post-realignment

Feb 28, 2013, 7:15 AM EST

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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.

The Ottawa Senators are allowing a ton of shots on goal, but their goaltenders have still recorded one of the lowest GAAs in the NHL. (Ottawa Citizen)

Florida Panthers NHLPA representative Mike Weaver thinks that travel will be “by far the worst in Florida” if the current realignment plan goes forward. (Sun Sentinel)

The San Jose Sharks are looking for more offense out of their blueliners. The Sharks defensemen have scored a combined four goals in 2013. (San Jose Mercury News)

The Los Angeles Kings might run into some salary cap problems this summer if they intend to keep their current team intact. (LA Kings Insider)

Buffalo Sabres interim coach Ron Rolston is looking to build momentum after a 2-1 win against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Tuesday. (Buffalo News)

Columbus Blue Jackets forward Derick Brassard is out for one-to-two weeks because of an upper body injury. The silver lining is that it’s not a head injury. (Columbus Dispatch)

Michael Ryder didn’t leave the Montreal Canadiens on the best of terms in 2008, but the way he sees it, things are a lot different going into his second stint with the club. He made his post-trade debut in Montreal’s 5-2 victory over Toronto on Wednesday. (Sportsnet)

Boston Bruins forward Tyler Seguin has just three goals in 16 games, but that doesn’t mean that he’s not contributing. (Boston Herald)

Here’s the highlights from Philadelphia’s 4-1 victory over Washington Wednesday night:

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