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Morning Bag Skate: Trevor van Riemsdyk's first goal taken away, given to Kris Versteeg

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

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The Blackhawks take on Steven Stamkos and the Tampa Bay Lightning for the first time this season Tuesday night, but before then, let's catch up with the news:

**They took Trevor van Riemsdyk's goal and gave it to Kris Versteeg. JUST LIKE IT WAS NOTHIN. Success is so fragile. (CSN Chicago)

**Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook could be reunited tonight against Tampa Bay (CSN Chicago)

**Antoine Roussel received the maximum fine of $5,376.45 for "punching an unsuspecting opponent" after hitting San Jose's Justin Braun during a brawl in Saturday's game. (PHT)

**This goal from Boston rookie Seth Griffith is pretty unbelievable. Definitely an early Goal of the Year candidate. (SB Nation)

**Rene Bourque is off to the AHL after clearing waivers Monday. Not a surprise given his $3.33 million cap hit. (PHT)

**The health situation surrounding Dmitry Kulikov remains unclear as he awaits undergoing a second MRI (Miami Herald)

**The Kings will sign Jamie McBain on Tuesday to add depth to their beleaguered defensive corps (L.A. Times)

**The Rangers have officially assigned Ryan Malone to the AHL, and it remains to be seen whether he'll actually accept the move (PHT)

**The Capitals still see Evgeny Kuznetsov playing center in his prime, so that's where the team is focusing his development. (CSN Washington)

**Speaking of the Caps, here's an unusual practice method for goaltenders (SB Nation)