Morning Skate: Monday, May 14

Morning Skate: Monday, May 14
May 14, 2012, 3:59 pm
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Montreal Gazette geezer Jack Todd says that its time to stop labeling Russian hockey players as selfish and lazy. Would it be rude to say that its time for Jack Todd to retire?

Larry Brooks says that Patrick Kane is going to start ruining his reputation with his Frank the Tank impersonations on college campuses.

The stakes are raised for the Rangers and Devils as they get ready to do battle with each other.

Wayne Gretzky gave Dave Tippett his blessing before he took the job coaching the Phoenix Coyotes, and its made all the difference in the world.

Tarik El-Bashir has the story of the Washington Capitals, and the offseason uncertainties that await them after a solid showing in the first two rounds of the postseason.

Bruce Garrioch speaks to TV hockey analyst Doug McLean, who says that Daniel Alfredsson owes it to the Ottawa Senators to come back for one more season with the Sens.

Plenty of new questions for Alexander Radulov and the Nashville Predators now that another season has come undone in Music City.

FOH (Friend of Haggs) Greg Wyshynski has the Three Stars from Sundays hockey action with Dustin Brown once again taking center stage for the Los Angeles Kings.

For something completely different, Aaron Sorkin gives a graduation speech to Syracuse University last week and its filled with some pretty good advice.