Morning Skate: Monday, Oct. 29


Morning Skate: Monday, Oct. 29

A good piece by Rob Rossi talking about the personal histories that both Gary Bettman and Donald Fehr carry with them during CBA negotiations.

Wild defenseman Ryan Suter recants some of the pointed comments he made toward Minnesota Wild owner Craig Leopold last week.

Good update from the Pro Hockey Talk boys about Edmonton Oilers defenseman Justin Schultz tearing up the AHL on his loaded Oklahoma City team.

Paul Kelly thinks that expansion teams could play into the final negotiations between the NHL and NHLPA, and it makes some level of sense. Not that it matters if theyre not actually discussing anything.

Jack Johnson is another NHL player thats gone broken arrow and started heavily criticizing the NHL ownership during the painful lockout process.

Claude Julien spent his free weekend bringing smiles to the bench of a Winthrop youth hockey team, according to the Boston Herald.

For something completely different: Avengers director and Buffy the Vampire Slayer creator Joss Whedon says Mitt Romney is the right kind of candidate if people want a zombie apocalypse. Well, zombies are a red-hot commodity these days.

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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