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Morning Bag Skate: Erie County DA to address evidence-tampering allegations in Patrick Kane case

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Erie County district attorney Frank Sedita has called a press conference for 10 a.m. Friday to address allegations of evidence-tampering in the Patrick Kane sexual assault case.

In actual on-ice hockey news, the Flint Firebirds shut out the Saginaw Spirit, 3-0, in their inaugural Ontario Hockey League season opener Thursday. The Chicago Blackhawks visit the Montreal Canadiens at the Bell Centre.

HAWKS - 2014-15 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS

**Lawyer for accuser in Patrick Kane case withdraws (SCH)

**Hawks release Graham Knott from camp roster (SCH)

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

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Wild Top 25 Under 25: No. 2 Jason Zucker (Hockey Wilderness)

**Wild top Blue Jackets, 5-2 (Hockey Wilderness)

**Stars fall 6-0 to Blues (Defending Big D)

**Ken Hitchcock says Blues' goalie job is open competition (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

NHL

**NHL preseason recap Sept. 24 (NHL)

**Canadiens sign goaltender Michael McNiven to ELC (Eyes On The Prize)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Flint tops Saginaw, 3-0 (OHL)

**Big Ten announces hockey TV schedule (SBN College Hockey)

**Clayton Phillips commits to Minnesota (SBN College Hockey)

**Team Plante tops Team Roenick in USA Hockey All-American prospects game (NHL)

**NCHC League predictions (SBN College Hockey)

**Boston College, North Dakota to square off at Madison Square Garden in 2016 (SBN College Hockey)