Haggerty's Morning Skate: Monday, July 28

Haggerty's Morning Skate: Monday, July 28
July 28, 2014, 2:00 pm
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*A group of NHL players raised money at the NHLPA Smashfest, and here’s a few amusing things learned during the event.

*Mike Babcock says that the Detroit Red Wings are joining other teams in utilizing the advanced stats available to NHL teams, and that somebody will be hired to advise the staff.

*Harrison Mooney from Puck Daddy lends his thoughts at the Rangers signing Derick Brassard to a five year deal, and avoids arbitration.

*P.K. Subban said he wants to be a Canadiens player for life, but isn’t comfortable talking contract as an arbitration date bears down on the player and the Montreal organization.

*Deep thoughts from Kevin Paul Dupont, including some Bruins-related topics.

*Ryan Lambert lends his prodigious hockey knowledge to breaking down the NHL’s Central Division, or “Division of Death.”

*Teddy Purcell says he wants to shoot more as a new member of the Edmonton Oilers, and could be an interesting fit away from the Tampa Bay Lightning.

*For something completely different: a family in Indiana is possessed by a demon, or something. Really.