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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks' Trevor van Riemsdyk to undergo wrist surgery

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

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Jonathan Toews scored twice in a 47-second span in the final two minutes to bail out the Chicago Blackhawks from falling to the lowly Buffalo Sabers on Friday at First Niagara Center. All the fans went home happy, as the hometown crowd cheered wildy as the Sabres inched closer to locking up last place overall, and the best odds of winning the NHL draft lottery.

Here's the latest news:

**Jonathan Toews carries Blackhawks past Sabres in late comeback (SCH)

**Blackhawks Trevor van Riemsdyk set to undergo wrist surgery, out 8 weeks (SCH)

**The closers: Blackhawks unbeaten when leading after two periods (Sun-Times)

**No challenge too big for Blackhawks' Andrew Shaw (SCH)

**St. Louis Blues down Dallas Stars, 6-5 (STLGT)

**NHL will make video of draft lottery available (The Hockey News)

**A Predators playoff run could move CMT Music Awards (The Tennessean)

**Calgary Flames officially recall Sam Bennett (MG)

**Here are the 2015 Masterton Trophy nominees for all 30 NHL teams (Puck Daddy)

**Why Alex Ovechkin is surpassing Crosby, Lemieux to be NHL's best player since Gretzky (Washington Post)

**In women's World Championship hockey news: Team USA beats Russia, 13-1, and advances to meet Canada in the gold medal game (USA Hockey)

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