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Morning Bag Skate: Joel Quenneville praises recent play of Teuvo Teravainen

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

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The drought is over as the sweet waters of Blackhawks hockey rain down Friday night with a matchup against the Jets. That's probably an overstatement but I stand by it. Here's the latest news:

**The Blackhawks and Patrick Sharp gave an incredible experience to a young blind fan whose family was saving up money so she could attend her first game. (SCH)

**Joel Quenneville says he "really liked" the play of Teuvo Teravainen over the past couple games. That's a good sign for the 20-year-old's chances of sticking around. (CSN Chicago)

**Blackhawks youngsters Ville Pokka and Nick Schmaltz were named among the NHL's Top 50 prospects by ESPN (SCH)

**How are the Blackhawks faring in this year's NHL award races? (SCH)

**The NHL will be reviewing this slew foot by Brad Marchand on Derick Brassard, who luckily avoided injury. (SB Nation)

**The Kings have reportedly spoken to the Jets and Maple Leafs about their possible interest in Mike Richards (TSN)

**Martin Brodeur's next move could be to the Blues' front office (TSN)

**Marc-Andre Fleury was named as the All-Star Game replacement for the injured Pekka Rinne (Pensburgh)

**Jaroslav Halak is also making the All-Star Game in place of Jimmy Howard (Lighthouse Hockey)

**Sounds like a pretty rough few days for the Panthers due to travel issues (Sun Sentinel)

**The Penguins waived forward Andrew Ebbett (TVA Sports)