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Morning Bag Skate: Farm designs Blackhawks Stanley Cup corn maze

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Richardson Adventure Farm in Spring Grove, Ill. prides itself as the "World's Largest Corn Maze," and now it's celebrating the Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks.

A skater and a goaltender, the Hawk head and alternate logo, the Chicago skyline, '2015 Champions' and a hockey puck are etched into one 33-acre corn maze.

Here's a full map of the maze.

Here's the latest news:


**Would you mind getting lost in this Hawks corn maze? (SCH)

**Teuvo Teravainen with Finnish legend Jari Kurri (SCH)

Central Division

**Alex Hemsky feeling better after hip surgery, looking forward to next season (Dallas Morning News)

**Mikhail Grigorenko talks about being reunited with Patrick Roy (Denver Post)


**NHL could decide on Quebec City, Las Vegas expansion in a few months (National Post)

**Seattle groups have lots of work to do before getting legitimate shot at NHL expansion (Seattle Times)

**Penguins hire co-founder as consultant (Pensburgh)

**Penguins won't use record-setting AHL goalie Matt Murray next season (The Score)

**Report: Lance Bouma wants $2.5 million in arbitration, Flames counter with 1.5 million (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Ducks extend defenseman Josh Manson for two years (Pro Hockey Talk)

Hockey World

**Martin St. Louis belongs in the Hockey Hall of Fame (North Jersey)

**Chase Perry leaves Colorado College, returns to juniors (SBN College Hockey)