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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks host Capitals in matinee

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

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The Chicago Blackhawks host the Washington Capitals on Sunday morning at the United Center.


**Marian Hossa will return to skating Monday (SCH)

**Hawks reassign defenseman Viktor Svedberg (SCH)

**Dale Weise facing work visa issues before joining Hawks (SCH)

**Fleischmann to wear No. 12, Ehrhoff No. 55 (SCH)

**Arizona claims Jiri Sekac off waivers (SCH)

**Bowman: 'I really like the way this team looks right now' (Sun Times)

**Bowman wanted veteran presence for stretch run (CSNC)

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


**Recap: Richards leads Red Wings past Avs at Coors Field (MHH)

**Blues acquire goaltender Nilsson from Oilers for draft pick (STLGT)

**Hartnell to Nashville? (OTF)

**Recap: Forsberg hat trick lifts Preds past Blues (OTF)

**Recap: Hagelin scores twice, Penguins top Jets (AIH)

**Recap: Klein's goal lifts Rangers past Stars (DBD)


**Panthers acquire Hudler, Purcell, Kindl in separate deals (LBC)

**Penguins trade for Oilers' defenseman Justin Schultz (Pensburgh)

**Rangers defenseman accidentally wears a puck like an eye patch (SBN NHL)

**Penguins might be looking to deal Plotnikov before trade deadline (Post-Gazette)

**Capitals place Laich on waivers (JR)

**Flyers will trade or extend Raffl soon (BSH)

**Recap: Giroux leads Flyers by Coyotes in return from injury (BSH)

**Recap: Dubinsky, Blue Jackets top Panthers in shootout (JC)

**Recap: Pacioretty scores twice, Habs top Maple Leafs (EOTP)

**Recap:  Zibanejad hat trick helps Sens rally past Flames (Silver Seven)

**Recap: Pearson's two goals lead Kings past Sabres (JFTC)

**Flyers sign AHL captain McDonald to extension (BSH)


**UMD completes sweep over No. 3 St. Cloud State (SBNCH)

**Minnesota HS state tournament brackets announced (SBNCH)

**No. 1 Quinnipac tops in-state rival No. 7 Yale (USCHO)

**No. 11 UMass-Lowell tops No. 2 BC, clinches bye in playoffs (USCHO)

**No. 4 UND completes sweep of No. 13 Omaha (USCHO)