Morning Skate: Thursday, May 10

Morning Skate: Thursday, May 10
May 10, 2012, 7:13 pm
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A great charity opportunity to help out a hockey-loving youngster that is fighting a terrible disease.

CBC Hockey Night in Canada host Ron MacLean is in a little hot water after comparing the Rangers and Capitals to police officers and firefighters during 911. Why does anybody even try to go there?

CSN Washington compatriot Chuck Gormley says that the players want Dale Hunter back in Washington next season, but the question is what he wants to be doing next year. Hunter has been very noncommittal.

Deadspin attempts to use accounts from college kids in Wisconsin to reconstruct Patrick Kanes wild drunken romp through a weekend there.

Bob Gainey is officially hired to consult the Dallas Stars in all hockey operations, but not sure how this makes any sense after the abomination he helped leave behind in Montreal.

Allan Walsh says the NHL should adjust their concussion safeguards to match those of the NFL when it comes to a third party evaluating players suspected of having a head injury.

Nashville Predators defenseman Shea Weber has some options for next season though hell be only a restricted free agent this time around.

Braden Holtby has all the answers against the New York Rangers in Game 6, and that will set up a big Game 7 showdown between the Capitals and Blueshirts.

For something completely different: somebody tries to convince the world that Los Angeles is now the sports capital of the world rather than New York or Boston. Thats right, the city that doesnt have an NFL team and leaves in the seventh inning of baseball games at Dodgers Stadium.