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PHT Morning Skate: Don Cherry can’t let things go about women in the dressing room

May 2, 2013, 7:12 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.

Don Cherry can’t let things go sometimes. This is one of those times he really should as he railed on about female reporters in the dressing room again last night. (Toronto Sun)

Keeping your own memorabilia is great. St. Louis’ Alex Steen kept his Game 1-clinching puck. (Post-Dispatch)

Detroit isn’t down about being down 1-0 against Anaheim. They’ve got a cheery sense heading into Game 2. (Detroit Free Press)

Anaheim’s Andrew Cogliano has an unenviable battle dealing with Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg. He’s happy to win one against them. (Freep)

Do you dislike Vancouver’s Green Men? Apparently Randy Hahn and Drew Remenda of CSN-Bay Area do and can’t help but poke fun at them. It’s hilarious. (Puck Daddy)

Want to see likely No. 1 pick Seth Jones with the Stanley Cup as a kid? Here you go. (All Things Avs)

Chris Kreider wants to play with more discipline in Game 1 against Washington. (Ranger Rants)

 

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