Morning Skate: Monday, Nov. 12

Morning Skate: Monday, Nov. 12
November 12, 2012, 7:03 pm
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Bob McKenzie is always the voice of reason, and he comes through as such in the NHL lockout mess. The deal is there to be made and the leagueplayers need to cut the crap and make it happen.

BU alum John Curry making himself noticed in the ECHL after getting fined for dousing a bunch of trash-talking gladiators with waterreally.

While the lockout rages on Flyers owner Ed Snider is still spreading his love of hockey in Philadelphia.

Amusing post from Steve Dangle, who finds a host of items around his house that are all better than the NHL lockout.

Blake Geoffrion has been moved out of intensive care in a piece of good news involving a scary story with the Montreal Canadiens.

Player contract issues are the final hurdle in CBA negotiations between the players and the league, according to the New York Times.

Interesting piece about the NHL players that are locks for the Hall of Fame on ESPN.com: Tim Thomas is considered a lock candidate. Interesting, but Im not so sure about that despite his legendary 2010-11 season.

Nail Yakupov returning to Sarnia is among the many storylines for the Subway Super Series.

For something completely different: A TV reporter gets sucker-punched while doing a live hit in what appears to be Italy. This is Ron Burgundys worst nightmare.