Morning Skate: Friday, June 8

Morning Skate: Friday, June 8
June 8, 2012, 3:29 pm
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Trevor Linden used to play a prominent role in the NHLPA and could see the NHL going on hiatus for the first few months of next season while they settle the labor strife.

The rights to Alexander Radulov are up for grabs, but theres some real question as to whether anybody actually wants them. Or what their true worth is given the way things ended in Nashville.

The Montreal Gazette has a nice piece on the retirement of living legend Red Fisher up in Montreal. You always noticed when Red was going by on the media catwalk at the Bell Centre.

Jonathan Quick for Conn Smythe Trophy? Not so fast says the Toronto Sun, but it would take some kind of crazy happenings to take the award away from him.

The Chicago Sun Times thinks that Zach Parise would make a devil of a Blackhawks player.

A UVM hockey player is suing the school after he was released out of his scholarshipfinancial aid package.

Jaromir Jagr looks like he might be on the verge of re-signing with the Philadelphia Flyers.

The Pro Hockey Talk boys have PK Subban looking forward to learning from the new coaching staff with the Montreal Canadiens.

For something completely different: a hat tip to Andrew Ference for pointing out this Valedictorian address to the graduating Wellesley High School that was very much on point with its message.