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Morning Bag Skate: Adam Clendening shipped off to Vancouver

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

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The Blackhawks start off a tough back-to-back Friday night against the Ducks before heading to San Jose. Until we get to that, here's the latest news:

**The 'Hawks made a late-night trade with the Canucks, swapping young defenseman Adam Clendening for even-younger defenseman Gustav Forsling. (SCH)

**The Panthers placed defenseman Dylan Olsen on waivers Thursday. You probably remember him as one of the guys who helped bring Kris Versteeg back to Chicago last year. (ESPN)

**Teuvo and Antti ... the Blackhawks' new odd couple? Gotta agree with Laz here, it's great seeing Raanta be a mentor for Teravainen as he adjusts to the NHL lifestyle. (Chicago Sun-Times)

**Joel Quenneville says the Blackhawks' recent late-game issues are "unacceptable." (CSN Chicago)

**The AHL announced a new Pacific Division on Thursday as expected. It will feature five California-based teams and better balance the league across the country. (AHL)

**The NHL is planning on having jersey advertisements for the upcoming 2016 World Cup of Hockey (Puck Daddy)

**The Senators are open to trading veteran center David Legwand before the March 2 deadline. The 34-year-old has 19 points (7G, 12A) in 45 games this season. (Ottawa Citizen)

**Greg Wyshynski goes long on Martin Brodeur's place in New Jersey after the legendary goaltender announced his long anticipated retirement Thursday. (Puck Daddy)

**The Canucks have promoted Ronalds Kenins from AHL Utica, most likely to take the place of injured Derek Dorsett on the roster. (PHT)

**Even head coach Mike Babcock is surprised by how well the Red Wings have been playing this season (Detroit Free Press)

**The Jets' T.J. Galiardi is back on waivers (Jets)