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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks' Marian Hossa should be back after Christmas break

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Jonathan Toews' scored at 2:21 of overtime for the Chicago Blackhawks to sweep its weekend back-to-back set with a come-from-behind victory against the San Jose Sharks at United Center.

Forward Marian Hossa did not play, and will miss Tuesday's game at Dallas with an upper-body injury.

HAWKS

**Recap: Toews' OT goal leads Hawks past Sharks (SCH)

**Injured Marian Hossa should be back after Christmas break (Chicago Sun-Times)

**Five Things from Hawks-Sharks: Crawford stays hot (CSN Chicago)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Is the Lightning scouting the Blues about a Steven Stamkos trade? (STLGT)

**Preds Power Play; Things, good and bad to dwell on (OTF)

**Semyon Varlamov remains saving grade for Avalanche (PHT)

NHL

**Sidney Crosby misses Penguins' practice with lower-body injury (Pensburgh)

**Video: Jagr one-times home historic goal No. 732 (theScore)

**Senators' Bobby Ryan aggravates hand injury (theScore)

**Senators lose Cody Ceci to upper-body injury (theScore)

**Panthers' Nick Bjugstad out until after Christmas (theScore)

**Recap: Panthers beat Canucks 5-4 in shootout (LBC)

**Recap: Bruins top Devils 2-1 in shootout (AATJ)

**Recap: Bolts cruise past depleted Sens 5-2 (RC)

**Recap: Brad Richards' snipe leads Red Wings to 800th win at Joe Louis (WIIM)

**Recap: Capitals blitz Rangers 7-2 (JR)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Team Canada announces WJHC roster (HockeyCanada)

**No. 6 UNO caps perfect nonconference with sweep of ASU (Omaha World Herald)

**No. 20 Merrimack soars past Canisius (SBNCH)