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Morning Bag Skate: Hawks Antoine Vermette, Teuvo Teravainen 'could play' in Game 4

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

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Antoine Vermette and Teuvo Teravainen "could play" in Game 4 of the Western Conference Final for the Blackhawks against the Anaheim Ducks on Saturday at United Center.

Both forwards were surprise healthy scratches for the Hawks in Game 3, and at least Vermette expressed he was not pleased with coach Joel Quenneville's decision, stating he was "not happy with that."

Nine games down, seven to go for the Hawks.

Here's the latest news:


**Hawks recall Trevor van Riemsdyk from AHL, wont play Game 4 (SCH)

**Quenneville's series of rash Game 3 adjustments did not work (SCH)

**Hawks prospect Artemi Panarin wins KHL's Most Improved Player award (SCH)

**NHL commissioner takes a hit over Steve Montador-CTE quote (Chicago Tribune)

**Ducks gaining edge by blocking plenty of Hawks shots (CSN Chicago)

**In tough spot vs. Ducks, it's back to old grind for Hawks (Chicago Sun-Times)

Central Division

**Wild re-sign AHL Iowa assists leader Keranen (Pro Hockey Talk)


**Rangeres blowout Lightning 5-1, tie series 2-2 (Blueshirt Banter)

**Ducks' Murray, Rangers' Sather, Lightning's Yzerman voted General Manager of the Year Award finalists (NHL)

**Coyotes hire 25-year-old John Chayka as their assistant general manager (SB Nation NHL)

**Columbus goaltender prospect Oscar Dansk bolts for Sweden (Pro Hockey Talk)

Hockey world

**2016 draft prospect Kieffer Bellows, son of Brian, wins USHL Rookie of the Year (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Rangers, Lightning prospects combine to help Quebec win Memorial Cup opener (Pension Plan Puppets)

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