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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks haven't asked Patrick Kane about no-trade clause

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At least five teams are reportedly interested in Chicago Blackhawks star forward Patrick Kane, but the Blackhawks haven't asked the winger about his no-trade clause and whether he'd be willing to waive it, reports ESPN Chicago's Scott Powers.

The Hawks did sign one of their remaining restricted free agents, inking Joakim Nordstrom to a one-year deal. Marcus Kruger is the only one left unsigned.

HAWKS - 2014-15 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS

**Hawks haven't asked Patrick Kane about waiving no-trade clause, per report (SCH)

**'Hawks re-sign Joakim Nordstrom to 1-year deal (SCH)

**Antti Raanta denies report he wanted Hawks to lose in playoffs (SCH)

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

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Stars' John Klingberg was surprised with seven-year deal (PHT)

**Blues announce Traverse City Tournament roster (St. Louis Game Time)

**Jets Top 25 Under 25: No. 8 Nicolas Petan (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**Jets Top 25 Under 25: No. 7 Josh Morrissey (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**Wild Top 25 Under 25: No. 18 Reid Duke (Hockey Wilderness)

NHL

**Sharks to honor original owner George Gund III with banner (San Jose Mercury News)

**Anders Nilsson plans to challenge for Oilers' No. 1 goaltender job (Edmonton Journal)

**Evgney Kuzentsov hopes to remain with Capitals for 'my entire career' (Washington Post)

**Photo: Braden Holtby's new mask is a Capitals retro work of art (CSN Mid-Atlantic)

**Red Wings' Johan Franzen determined to play again (MLive)

**Senators defenseman Jared Cowen ready to return to form (Ottawa Sun)

**Cory Sarich looking for work 14 months after cycling crash (Calgary Herald)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Jack DeBoer, son of Sharks' head coach, commits to Boston University (SBN College Hockey)

**Jason Guerriero leaves Yale for assistant coaching job at Brown (SBN College Hockey)