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Morning Bag Skate: Patrick Kane's point streak continues in loss to Wild

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

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

**The Blackhawks couldn't come away with the win over the Wild on Wednesday night but Patrick Kane scored a power play goal to extend his ongoing point streak to 20 games. He's already set the record for longest NHL point streak by an American-born player and isn't too far from matching the mark for longest streak since the 2004-05 lockout.


**RECAP: A tough 2-1 loss in the Hawks' return home Wednesday night (SCH)

**Patrick Kane named NHL's No. 1 star for November (SCH)

**Hawks prospect Nick Schmaltz has been named NCHC Player of the Month after putting up 15 points in eight games for North Dakota. (UND Sports)

**Denis Savard and Jeremy Roenick lead the Hawks' roster for the upcoming alumni game at the Stadium Series (SCH)

**Giving Teuvo a steady role is the next logical step for Chicago (SCH)

**A nice look by Scott Powers at the Hawks' unique relationship with the USHL, which has been a source of many prospects for the organization. (USHL)


**The Predators lost Mike Fisher to an injury last night (OTF)

**Matt Duchene just had a kickass month amid the trade rumors and, yeah, not everyone wants to trade him. (MHH)

**The Blues and Panthers had a pretty exciting stretch Wednesday: three goals in 34 seconds (SBN)

**An appreciation of Alex Steen (STLGT)


**Here's a suggestion that the cap won't go up next year, which would be bad news for a lot of teams. (SI)

**Everyone is voting John Scott as an All-Star, which is hilarious, delightful and terrible all at once. This is why we don't deserve nice things. (SBN)

**Taylor Hall is going off in Edmonton this season and deserves your attention (SBN)

**There's no time to remove the wedding dress when you have an NHL game to go to (SBN)

**The board of governors might talk salary cap, but they won't talk expansion at their upcoming meeting. (TSN)

**Canada released its WJC selection camp roster. No Hawks prospects are listed. (SBN)