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Morning Bag Skate: Niklas Hjalmarsson's day with Stanley Cup

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Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson took the Stanley Cup on Tuesday to Jonkoping, Sweden.

Hjalmarsson took the Cup to Kinnarps Arena, and spent time with family and friends.

The Chicago Steel of the USHL also improved to 2-0 in the Junior Club World Cup with a 3-2 victory over HK Riga.


**Niklas Hjalmarsson celebrates Stanley Cup with his family (SCH)

**Patrick Kane tribute dropped from London Knights camp (SCH)

**Ron "Chico" Maki dies at 76 (NHL)

**Hawks Top 25 Under 25: No. 8 Ryan Hartman (SCH)

**Artemi Panarin is in Chicago (SCH)

**Celebrate Hawks' championship with Second City Dynasty T-shirt (SCH)


**Wild Top 25 Under 25: No. 24 Gustav Bouramman (Hockey Wilderness)

**Jets Top 25 Under 25: Jansen Harkins (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**3 major story lines for Stars' training camp (Defending Big D)


**Flames re-sign Mark Giordano to six-year, $40.5M (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

**Canadiens add Craig Ramsay as coaching consultant (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Canucks sign forward Adam Cracknell (Pro Hockey Talk)

**Hurriances goaltender Eddie Lack gets a taco tattoo (Eddie Lack's Twitter)


**Video: Mike Keenan is Vladimir Lenin in weird KHL promo (Puck Daddy)

**Junior Club World Cup: Chicago Steel top HK Riga 3-2, improve to 2-0 in tournament (USHL)

**Daniel Alfredsson, Nicklas Lidstrom, Mats Sundin join Sweden's World Cup advisory board (Pro Hockey Talk)

**QMJHL: Gatineau Olympiques threaten move, cry foul at costs of new building (Buzzing The Net)