Morning Skate: Tuesday, March 27

Morning Skate: Tuesday, March 27
March 27, 2012, 6:36 pm
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Bruce Arthur gives his take on the old Nordiques ghosts potentially returning to Quebec with a new 400 million rink being built in the middle of the city.

A nice piece on Michigan goaltender Shawn Hunwick, younger sibling of Matt Hunwick, at the end of his unexpected run manning the pipes for the Wolverines.

Elliotte Friedmans 30 thoughts for this week with some of them prominently wrapped around the Phoenix club and their potential elsewhere following this season.

Justin Bourne has a new feature on his blog adding to a few of the thoughts put out by Friedman from a players perspective.

Alain Vigneault admits that Daniel Sedin has been suffering from a concussion and thats a big blow to any aspirations for the Vancouver Canucks.

There are plenty of players around the league that dig the unique playing style of Evgeni Malkin, and this could be the season where hes thoroughly recognized for it.

Ondrej Pavelec admits that its the players fault in Winnipeg for the Jets failing to win enough down the stretch, and it appears once again those players will be out of the playoffs.

The Bruins have a new license plate raffle going on to benefit Mass Hockey Inc. and you could be the lucky winner of the No. 1 license plate.

For something completely different: An inspirational tale of a young woman that was bullied as a child, but has turned that into US Olympic aspirations.