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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks' Marian Hossa's day with the Stanley Cup

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

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The Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa on Thursday visited his hometown of Trencin, Slovakia with the Stanley Cup. Hossa took the Cup around town, including stops at a sports field, a restaurant and a bar, where he ate perogies from the Cup.


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**Marian Hossa eats perogies from Stanley Cup (SCH)

**Daniel Carcillo striving to prepare himself, others for life after hockey (Chicago Tribune)

**Ryan Hartman to participate in 2015 NHPA Rookie Showcase (SCH)


**Jets' Andrew Ladd is back to skating after hernia surgery (Winnipeg Free Press)

**Report: Prospect Nikolaj Ehlers mulling Swiss league if he doesn't make Jets (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Evaluating Lindy Ruff's Dallas Stars: Has he been a good fit? (Defending Big D)

**Kinder, gentler Blues defense (St. Louis GameTime)

**Jets Top 25 Under: No. 16 Chase De Leo (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**3-on-3 overtime and the Wild (Hockey Wilderness)

**Former Stars, Avs Tomas Vincour signs with KHL Sibir Novosibirsk (Pro Hockey Talk)


**Martin St. Louis writes about the death of his mother, facing Lighting in playoffs (Players' Tribune)

**Rangers' Ryan McDonagh skating at full strength again (NHL)

**Coyotes sign Notre Dame's Christian Fischer (SBN College Hockey)

**Martin Havlat talking tryout with Senators (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Blue Jackets sign 2015 3rd-rounder Paul Bittner to three-year deal (Winterhawks)

**Fantasy Hockey: Yahoo Sports top 100 NHL player rankings (Puck Daddy)

**Former Broad Street Hockey writer Eric Tulsky hired by Carolina Hurricanes (Broad Street Hockey)


**Champions League Day 1 recap (Champions Hockey League)

**China's Rudi Ying, 17, opens doors to hockey (Buzzing The Net)

**UMass Lowell adds Clarkson's Andy Jones to coaching staff (SBN College Hockey)

**Oliver Wahlstrom (2000-born) commits to Harvard (SBN College Hockey)

**Coyotes prospect Letunov cleared to play at UConn (SBN College Hockey)