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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks complete back-to-back in Boston

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

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The Chicago Blackhawks complete a back-to-back on the road against the Boston Bruins on Thursday at TD Garden.

The Hawks are coming off a 5-2 win in Detroit, where Brent Seabrook tallied a four-point night with a goal and three assists. Nine Blackhawks were named to World Cup of Hockey initial rosters Wednesday.

Chicago is now two points ahead of Dallas and St. Louis for the Central Division lead.


**Recap: Seabrook leads Hawks to big win over Wings (SCH)

**Dale Weise obtains work visa, expected to play in Boston (SCH)

**Hawks tried to get rid of Bickell's contract in Dan Hambhuis trade (SCH)

**Kane makes Team USA's roster (SCH)

**Crawford, Keith, Toews make Team Canada's roster (SCH)

**Anisimov, Panarain make Team Russia's roster (SCH)

**Hossa makes Team Europe's roster (SCH)

**Hjalmarsson makes Team Sweden's roster (SCH)

**Teravainen makes Team Finland's roster (SCH)

**Bowman helps announced Team North America's roster (SCH)

**Former Hawk Michael Frolik makes Team Czech Republic's roster (SCH)


**Does trading Niklas Backstrom save Wild GM's job? (HW)


**Sens sign veteran Scott Gomez to one-year deal (Silver Sevens)

**Panthers sign WHL standout Dryden Hunt (LBC)

**Recap: Niskanen's goal gets Caps past Leafs (JR)

**Video: Caps honor Brooks Laich with tribute (theScore)

**Recap: Ducks edge Habs (EOTP)


**Minnesota HS Class AA preview (SBNCH)