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Morning Bag Skate: Another milestone for Patrick Kane

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

David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Blackhawks got back to their winning ways Sunday at the United Center with a 2-1 win over the Ottawa Senators, and now get a day off before hosting the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday. Here's the latest news from the weekend:

**Patrick Kane tallied his 500th career point in the victory over the Senators (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Daniel Carcillo will miss up to four weeks after suffering a knee injury (CSN Chicago)

**Catch up on the latest from Sunday's NHL action with SBN's storystream (SB Nation)

**Hard to imagine John Scott doesn't get suspended after his actions in the Sharks-Ducks game on Sunday night (Pro Hockey Talk)

**It's too bad, because the league hasn't had to hand out any fines or suspensions for on-ice behavior yet. (Puck Daddy)

**Scary moment Sunday when Nick Foligno was stretchered off with an apparent neck injury, but there's some good news as it doesn't appear to be serious. (Puck Daddy)

**Not a great week for Cam Atkinson, who took a skate to the face from Ryan Kesler (Puck Daddy)

**18-year-old Leon Draisaitl scored his first NHL goal this weekend and celebrated with a fist pump (Puck Daddy)

**Jonathan Drouin also scored his first career NHL goal for Tampa Bay (Sportsnet)

**Paul Bissonnette has agreed to a deal with the AHL's Portland Pirates (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Contrary to rumors, the Flyers have not made an offer to veteran free agent Ryan Whitney (CSN Philly)

**More information on that weird bacterial infection that hit the Blues and Wild recently (Puck Daddy)

**Interesting possible implications for the NHL as speculation surrounding the Canadian dollar continues (Montreal Gazette)

**A tanking anthem for the Sabres, because even losing can be kinda fun sometimes, right? (Puck Daddy)