Morning Skate: Monday, December 19


Morning Skate: Monday, December 19

The Pro Hockey Talk boys ponder the possibilities of Patrick Roy as coach andor general manager of the Montreal Canadiens. Wouldnt be shocked if this happens and it could make things very, very interesting between the Bruins and Habs. I would love to see a pro boxing style war of words between Cam Neely and Roy as the figureheads of their respective franchises.

The Hockey News has dug up another medical expert that wants to talk about people being dead andor demented by 40 years old after playing in the fight-happy NHL. Talk about Chicken Little-type stuff.

Kyle Turris arrives in Ottawa after costing the Senators a pretty hefty price, and the Sens have to hope that the former lottery first round pick is worth it.

Some interesting comments from Pittsburgh GM Ray Shero when it comes to Sidney Crosby and his potential return from concussions.

The Quebecois arent happy that Randy Cunneyworth doesnt speak French, but then again the Quebecois always seem to be unhappy about something when it comes to the Habs.

The Sabres have struggled this season, and nobody could have thought it would be this bad in Buffalo.

For something completely different: Monkeys riding dogs and wrangling goats during the halftime show of PatriotsBroncos. That is all different kinds of awesome.

THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Titans roll to 36-22 victory over Jaguars


THURSDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Titans roll to 36-22 victory over Jaguars

NASHVILLE, Tenn. - There's nothing like a visit from the Jacksonville Jaguars to make the Tennessee Titans remember how to protect their home field.

Marcus Mariota threw for 270 yards and two touchdowns to end his home struggles and the Titans had their highest point total of the season in a 36-22 victory over the Jaguars on Thursday night.

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