Morning Skate: Sunday, Feb. 17

Morning Skate: Sunday, Feb. 17
February 17, 2013, 5:26 pm
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The Chicago Blackhawks are chasing history now as theyre off to a blazing start this season. Could a Stanley Cup be in the future?

A reporter in Binghamton apparently made up quotes attributed to both a coach and a goaltender. Wow, thats not good at all.

The Pro Hockey Talk boys have another gruesome injury for Montreal Canadiens forward Max Pacioretty, who was slashed in the ribs with a skate blade.

Jason York has a guest column for the Ottawa Sun and writes that the Senators have a long, uphill battle to make the playoffs after losing key players in Jason Spezza and Erik Karlsson.

Massachusetts guy Brian Boyle talks about a former Boston College classmate and athlete that is now suffering in a battle with ALS.

Per the Puck Daddy, seven up and seven down for the San Jose Sharks as theyre looking to find some balance after dropping off from a fast start.

The New York Islanders are holding preliminary contract extension talks with puck-moving defenseman Mark Streit, who could be a valuable commodity on the open market if they cant come to an agreement.

For something completely different: The top 25 breakfast cereals from the 1980s that will never be seen again. I remember most of them, but the Dunkin Donuts and Nintendo cereal were ones I never came across.