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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks ticket prices and a Patrick Kane Q-and-A

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the world of hockey.

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The Blackhawks recorded their first loss in regulation last night, but hey, that's what happens when you face a good team with a hot goaltender. The 'Hawks will have a chance to get back into win column Saturday with a game against St. Louis, and until then, here's the latest news:

**Only the Maple Leafs, Bruins and Rangers have higher average ticket prices than the Blackhawks (Puck Daddy)

**Teuvo Teravainen says it's his goal to play in the NHL this year. No surprise, and I think a few of us might share that wish. (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Patrick Kane did a Q-and-A with Josh Cooper on Thursday (Puck Daddy)

**The Blackhawks' comeback on Thursday fell short, but Detroit's most certainly didn't against Pittsburgh (SB Nation)

**Islanders forward Josh Bailey is sidelined indefinitely after suffering a broken hand (Newsday)

**A major blow for the Bruins, who will be without Zdeno Chara for at least a few weeks due to a knee injury (TSN)

**The NHL has re-scheduled the Leafs-Senators game from Wednesday to Sunday, Nov. 9. (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Evgeni Malkin is back to centering the second line after a brief stay on the wing in Pittsburgh (

**Patrick Roy confirmed that Semyon Varlamov will be starting in goal for Colorado on Friday night (Avalanche)

**Tom Renney clarified his recent remarks about why he was fired by the Oilers (Edmonton Journal)

**The Los Angeles County DA is seeking "additional follow-up" from police before deciding whether to formally charge Slava Voynov with domestic violence (L.A. Times)

**P.K. Subban as Michael Jackson in "Thriller" is a lot of awesomeness to handle all at once (Puck Daddy)