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Morning Bag Skate: Former Blackhawk John Scott steals the show at 2016 NHL All-Star Game

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

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Former Chicago Blackhawk John Scott stole the show at the 2016 NHL All-Star Game. Scott scored twice and captained the first ever three-on-three All-Star Game tournament-winning team. His kids looked pretty proud of him, too.

We hope you enjoyed the All-Star Game tournament as much as the SCH staff did. Adam did a phenomenal job covering it live from Bridgestone Arena aka United Center South. He has at least one more article coming from the weekend. Also, if you want to get into college hockey, check out SB Nation College Hockey. Chris Dilks and his staff do an incredible job and did great work with their North Star College Cup coverage during the weekend.

But anyway back to the Blackhawks. Chicago returns to action Tuesday when they visit Colorado.


**Patrick Kane, John Scott "fight" not planned (SCH)

**Watch: Kane, Scott "fight" after goal, big hit (SCH)

**NHL investigation of Patrick Kane still 'ongoing' (Chicago Tribune)

**Shaw time: From grinder to top line, beating olds in his game (Daily Herald)

**Kane gets booed, John Scott finds it hilarious (SCH)


**Jets' Byfuglien letting trade chatter roll off his back (NHL)


**John Scott named All-Star MVP by fans (SCH)

**Watch: John Scott scores a goal in ASG, and it's awesome (SCH)

**John Scott roasts Jeremy Roenick during interview (SBN NHL)

**John Scott's helmet headed to Hockey Hall of Fame (theScore)

**Tyler Seguin says "Oh Sh*t" on live TV, apologizes to Canada (SBN NHL)

**NHL commissioner Gary Bettman signs new contract through 2022 season (SCH)

**Eastern Conference routs West in Skills competition (SCH)

**Kings to host 2017 All-Star Game (JFTC)

**Lightning's Stamkos continues to mull over his future (ESPN)

**Martin Broduer believes Lightning's Bishop is among elite goalies (Tampa bay Times)


**CWHL to pay players (New York Times)

**St. Cloud State wins its first North Star College Cup title (SBNCH)

**Mikey Eyssimont named NSCC MVP (SBNCH)

**Minnesota State takes third at NSCC (SBNCH)

**NSCC: St. Cloud State power play stays hot in win over Minnesota St. (SBNCH)

**NSCC: Bemidji State's third period rally defeats Minnesota (SBNCH)

**Ryan Savage commits to Miami (SBNCH)

**Arizona State looking at joint arena with Coyotes (SBNCH)