Morning Skate: Wednesday, Feb. 6

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Morning Skate: Wednesday, Feb. 6

NHL is grappling with applying its own concussion protocols and the resulting aftermath of said protocols.

Struggling Toronto Maple Leafs scorer Phil Kessel has an ally in Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin.

This is a two year-old old story in terms of when it was written, but ht to Stanley Cup of Chowder for bringing it to light: Documented proof there are Bruins fans in Montreal.

John Tortorella accuses his Rangers team of being scared and said there is going to be hell to pay for their lackluster start.

Tom Sestito said that PJ Crombeen had something coming to him after Crombeen slashed Claude Giroux, and Flyers tough guy Zac Rinaldo made sure that he got it.

Another story about how Vancouver Canucks players lament the loss of their road roommates as a result of the new CBA. Couldnt they just request a room together if they really miss it that much?

Local kid Charlie Coyle earns plaudits from the Minnesota coaching staff after a strong NHL debut for the Wild.

Charlie Pierce examines whether a pending lawsuit is exactly whats going to effectively change the NCAA forever.

Talking Points: Spooner, third line struggle vs. strong Ducks team

Talking Points: Spooner, third line struggle vs. strong Ducks team

Joe Haggerty hands out his superlatives following the Boston Bruins loss to the Anaheim Ducks

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