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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks host Predators

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

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Blackhawks did not make any moves on their off day. Chicago returns to the ice Thursday when they host Central Division foe Nashville.


**Canucks' Radim Vrbata would be a good fit for Chicago (SCH)

**After years of line changes, Patrick Kane benefits from consistency (Sun Times)

**Goaltending coach Jimmy Waite a perfect fit for Corey Crawford, Hawks (Chicago Tribune)

**Every important trade deadline rumor involving the Hawks (SCH)


**Mike Yeo on being fired: 'I wasn't prepared for what it would feel like' (Star Tribune)

**Wild place Zucker on IR with concussion, Schroeder recalled (Star Tribune)

**Blues' Reaves suspended three games for boarding Sharks' Tennyson (theScore)

**Recap: Avs top Sharks in shootout (MHH)


**Drug charges stayed against Capitals' Mike Richards (CBC)

**Canucks are 'open for business' with several players available (theScore)

**Spacey in Space visits 'Today' show (NHL)

**Habs apologize for re-tweeting questionable user names (PHT)

**Penguins' Lovejoy out with 'long term' upper-body injury (Post-Gazette)

**Senators sign Chris Wideman to two-year, $1.6 million (Silver Seven)

**Lightning GM Yzerman wants to trade Drouin sooner rather than later (RC)

**Oilers trade Philip Larsen's rights to Canucks for fifth-round pick (NM)

**Report: Hudler, Russell, Colborne, among Flames in play ahead of deadline (theScore)

**Recap: Habs hang on, snap Capitals' win streak (EOTP)

**Recap: Rask leads Bruins past Penguins (Pensburgh)

**Recap: Ducks top Sabres for sixth straight win (OC Register)

**Scott Hannan announces retirement (theScore)


**SKA Saint Petersburg strips Kovalchuk of captaincy (PHT)

**Minnesota HS: Eden Prairie heads to third straight state tourney (SBNCH)