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Morning Bag Skate: Johnny Oduya won't re-sign with Blackhawks

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Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Johnny Oduya will not return to Chicago, his agent announced Tuesday.

Here's the latest news:


**Oduya won't re-sign with Hawks (SCH)

**Blackhawks to play against Minnesota North Stars in alumni game before Stadium Series (SCH)

**Hawks announce 2015 convention attendees (Blackhawks)

**Gustav Forsling recovering from wrist injury at Hawks prospect camp (ESPN Chicago)

**Nick Schmaltz. 2014 first-round pick, striving for improvement at Hawks prospect camp (CSN Chicago)

Central Division

**Stars forward corps has versatility after Patrick Sharp trade (Defending Big D)

**Stars may have something in Stephen Johns (Defending Big D)

**What does Mike Reilly bring to the Wild? (Hockey Wilderness)


**Devils sign Eric Gelinas to $3.15 million, 2-year deal (In Lou We Trust)

**Sabres sign Mark Pysyk to $2.25 million, 2-year contract (Die By The Blade)

**Canadiens sign Michael Bournival to 1-year deal (Eyes On The Prize)

**Civil lawsuits involving Flames' Michael Ferland dropped (Globe and Mail)

**Rangers re-sign RFA Oscar Lindberg (Blueshirt Banter)

**Rangers sign Emerson Etem to $850,000 deal (Blueshirt Banter)

**Oilers unveil 'Ice District' as name of area around new arena (Copper N Blue)

**Oilers hire University of Alberta's Ian Herbers as assistant coach (Copper N Blue)

Hockey world

**Jeff Barratt joins OHL Sarnia Sting coach staff (Sting)

**WHL's Tri City Americans name Rejean Beauchemin goaltending coach, Jerry Price as goaltending consultant (Americans)

**WHL's Calgary Hitmen name Trent Whitfield assistant coach (Hitmen)

**Hayley Wickenheiser to enter CWHL draft, join Calgary Inferno (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

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