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PHT Morning Skate: Where rookies take center stage

Mar 11, 2013, 7:16 AM EDT

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Jonathan Huberdeau #11 of the Florida Panthers celebrates his goal against the Carolina Hurricanes at the BB&T Center on January 19, 2013 in Sunrise, Florida. (Photo by Eliot J. Schechter/NHLI via Getty Images) Getty Images

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.

Dave Nonis hasn’t made any major moves since taking over as the Toronto Maple Leafs’ general manager. That might change as the trade deadline approaches. (National Post)

With the Calgary Flames hopes of making the playoffs rapidly diminishing, the pressure is on going into tonight’s game against the Los Angeles Kings. (Calgary Sun)

Forward Marcus Johansson was among the Washington Capitals’ best players in his return from a concussion on Sunday. (CSN Washington)

Florida Panthers forward Jonathan Huberdeau is arguably the top contender for the Calder Trophy at the halfway point of the season. (NHL.com)

The Ottawa Senators has put enforcer Chris Neil on a line with 19-year-olds Mika Zibanejad and Mark Stone. That’s allowed the two rookies to focus a little less on playing a physical game. (Ottawa Citizen)

With Patrick Sharp (shoulder) sidelined, who should take top-six forward spot with the Chicago Blackhawks? (Chicago Sun-Times)

Forward Tyler Toffoli has excelled in his first full AHL season with 28 goals and 48 points in 55 games. The Los Angeles Kings promoted him on Sunday, so it might not be long before the 20-year-old makes his NHL debut. (AHL.com)

San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan likes the progress that forward Scott Gomez has made lately. (San Jose Mercury News)

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