Morning Skate: April 17

Morning Skate: April 17
April 17, 2013, 12:45 pm
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  • Alan Muir says that NHL security is on high alert all across the league after the Boston Marathon bombings.
  • Cory Schneider had a tough night after the Boston bombings knowing that he’s been down around the Boylston Street finish line multiple times before in his life as a Marblehead native.
  • Bob McKenzie gives out some NHL awards by polling the majority of the NHL coaches around the league.
  • FOH (Friend of Haggs) Bruce Garrioch has an account of his 48 hours around the Marathon Monday bombings as a member of the Ottawa traveling media corps.
  • Pierre Lebrun was moved by Lauren Hart’s “God Bless America” as a tribute to the city of Boston prior to Tuesday night’s Flyers game.
  • For something completely different: Boston author Dennis Lehane hits it on the head explaining exactly why the terrorists picked the wrong city if they were looking to scare people.