Morning Skate: Tuesday, August 28

Morning Skate: Tuesday, August 28
August 28, 2012, 5:29 pm
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The Goalie Guild goes over the potential benefit that injuries have provided for Tuukka Rask as he enters his first season with the Bruins as a starting goaltender.

Mike Knuble wants to play another season in the NHL, but the labor uncertainty has put a crimp in those plans at this point.

Defending Big D asks if perhaps the future isnt as bleak as it seems to be when it comes to a new CBA in the NHL.

The Sports Business Journal believes that the players and the NHLPA are winning the PR battle over the labor, and thats important.

Marty St. Louis says that hell play in Europe if theres a prolonged lockout over the first few months of the season. More and more NHL players are coming out with their plans if the NHL doesnt get its act together.

Pittsburgh GM Ray Shero is pleased with his Pittsburgh Penguins roster despite missing out on some of the big targets from the offseason.

For something completely different: Steve Buckley takes fellow media members to task for failing to attend Johnny Peskys funeral services.