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Morning Bag Skate: Crawford shines (again); milestone Monday

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

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That was an ugly two-point night, but it was a two-point night nonetheless. Blah.

To the news:

**Jonathan Toews recorded his 500th career point, and Joel Quenneville got win number 750 as the Blackhawks Corey Crawford tacked on two to Chicago's total in the standings. (SCH)

**Joel Quenneville the player didn't win much, but Joel Quenneville the coach sure has. (Sun-Times)

**Shocker: The Wild won again. How great would it be if St. Louis-Minnesota happened in round one? (Star Tribune)

**The Senators have caught (and passed) the Bruins for the East's final playoff spot. (Ottawa Sun)

**Pascal Dupuis will not return this season. (NHL)

**Evgeni Malkin may return Tuesday night when the Penguins play the Blues. (NHL)

**The Blackhawks are in negotiations with Vermont senior d-man Mike Paliotta. (ESPN Chicago)

**Max Pacioretty fooling Bruins fans in a McDonald's commercial? Why, yes. (Puck Daddy)