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PHT Morning Skate: Peters hopes to bring winning culture to Carolina

Jun 20, 2014, 8:06 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.

Bill Peters, who has been named the Hurricanes’ new head coach, hopes to bring Detroit’s culture of winning to Carolina. (Detroit Free Press)

Peter Regin has enjoyed his time with the Chicago Blackhawks, but so far they haven’t engaged in contract discussions with him. (CSN Chicago)

Calgary Flames president Brian Burke, Maple Leafs GM Dave Nonis, and Toronto captain Dion Phaneuf attended a charity event on Wednesday and spoke at length about their thoughts on the Canadian media. (Toronto Sun)

The San Jose Sharks will open their preseason schedule with a game in Stockton. (CSN Bay Area)

Defenseman Chris Butler is likely to leave the Flames as a free agent this summer and if that opening isn’t filled then 21-year-old Tyler Wotherspoon will have an ideal opportunity to establish himself at the NHL level. (Calgary Sun)

Mark Kiszla thinks Paul Stastny won’t be re-signed by the Colorado Avalanche unless he takes a hometown discount. (Denver Post)

  1. patthehockeyfan - Jun 20, 2014 at 10:44 AM

    I read the Toronto Sun article (link is part of blurb about Brian Burke, et al) and specifically Burke’s remarks about the media.

    Criticize Burke all you want; I’m guilty of it, too. His comments about Toronto’s media were somewhat insightful and sometimes funny. Phaneuf’s, too. Despite the criticisms both received at the hands of Toronto’s press, they both expressed great appreciation for their time in Toronto.

    The media’s job is to comfort the afflicted, and to afflict the comfortable. The funny thing is that no matter which side the media takes, they’ll always be criticized. I think that is how it should be.

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