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Morning Bag Skate: Darling dazzles; Kane and Toews do Kane and Toews things with GoPro

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

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These Blackhawks appear to be having their "Uh oh, Happy learned how to putt" moment, you guys. Brad Richards' goal against his former mates capped brilliant performances by the defensemen and Scott Darling, who recorded his first career shutout as the Blackhawks left Manhattan with two more points.

Both games with the Rangers in the past week and a half have been terrific. Let's do this some more in June, huh? But for now, to the news we go:

**The pride of the southwest suburbs, Scott Darling, recorded his first career shutout as the Blackhawks knocked off the Rangers on Wednesday night. (SCH)

**Andrew Shaw was not suspended or fined for his moronic stunt on Tuesday against the Islanders. (CSN Chicago)

**Nazem Kadri was suspended four games. Real big blow to Toronto's playoff hopes. (NHL)

**Watch Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews do Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews things via GoPro. (Sun Times)

**GMs propose faceoff rule change to boost offense. (NHL)

**Pavel Datsyuk will miss the Red Wings' next two games with a lower-body injury. (Free Press)

**Timetable for Evgeni Malkin to return for the Penguins is unclear. (Post-Gazette)