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Morning Bag Skate: Kyle Cumiskey 'could play' Game 2 vs. Ducks

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

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Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said Kyle Cumiskey could play in Game 2 against the Anaheim Ducks on Tuesday night at Honda Center.

Eight games down, eight to go for the Hawks.

Here's the latest news:


**Hawks recall Phillip Danult, Ryan Hartman, Ville Pokka, Viktor Svedberg (SCH)

**History not on Hawks' side after Game 1 loss to Ducks (SCH)

**What we learned after Game 1 between Hawks and Ducks (SCH)

**No home-ice advantage may prove tough against Frederik Andersen (SCH)

**Ducks are confident David Rundblad cannot play D (SCH)

**Defensive depth an issue as Rundblad struggles in first career playoff game (Sun-Times)

**Hawks prospect Stephen Johns suffers broken forearm, out 4-6 weeks (SCH)

**Report: Hawks target Mike Reilly to test free agency (SCH)

**President Obama joins Twitter, follows one NHL team -- da Hawks (SCH)

Central Division

**Blue Jackets assistant GM leaves club, joins Avs in same capacity (Mile High Hockey)


**Tyler Johnson's hat trick powers Tampa Bay Lightning past Rangers in Game 2 (Raw Charge)

**Dave Hakstol named Philadelphia Flyers head coach (Broad Street Hockey)

**5 big questions about Dave Hakstol (Broad Street Hockey)

**Sharks will seek third round pick from Oilers for hiring Todd McLellan (Fear The Fin)

**Coyotes dismiss AHL coaching staff (Maine Hockey Journal)

**Flames' Yonkman signs in Finnish League (Pro Hockey Talk)

**The 'C' returns to Columbus (Jackets Cannon)

Hockey world

**Brad Berry named next head coach at North Dakota (SBN College Hockey)

**IIHF looks to punish Russia for post game antics at Worlds (Puck Daddy)

**What we learned about Connor McDavid in Ontario Hockey League finals (Edmonton Journal)

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