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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks recap 2015-16 season

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

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The Chicago Blackhawks packed up their lockers Wednesday with an end-of-season press conference with the media at the United Center.

We'll have plenty of follow coverage on it.


**Coach Q says Shaw is 'irreplaceable' (SCH)

**Panik wants to return next season (SCH)

**Panarin will play for Russia at 2016 Worlds (SCH)

**Bowman looks for 'growth from within' to boost cap-strapped Hawks (Sun Times)

**Panarin thrives during rookie season (CSNC)

**Hawks' prospect Knott, Niagara advance to OHL Playoffs Cup Final (SCH)

**Hawks' farmhand MacIntyre signs two-year deal with Hamburg in Germany (SCH)

**Hawks were simply not the best team in 2016, but hope for future remains (SCH)

**Bears take shot at St. Louis football fans after Blues eliminate Hawks (SCH)




**Recap: Preds win first Game 7 in franchise history, eliminate Ducks (OTF)

**Wild's Parise hopes to avoid back surgery, Vanke wants to avoid buyout (Star Tribune)

**Wild's Dubnyk played with broken finger in round one (theScore)

**Wild's Reilly's first taste of NHL builds foundation for future growth (HW)


**Full schedule for second round of playoffs (PHT)

**Recap: Islanders score three first-period goals to win Game 1 over Tampa (LH)

**Video: Islanders' coach Capuano leaves bench after taking puck to face (LH)

**Flyers' Medvedev arrested on suspicion of DUI (BSH)

**Penguins sign Swedish defenseman Lukas Bengtsson to two-year deal (Pensburgh)

**Bishop, Holtby, Quick voted Vezina Trophy finalists (NHL)

**New Panthers logo leaked (LBC)


**Mike Moran files $650K lawsuit against Dani Rylan, NWHL (Excelle Sports)

**Bob McKenzie 2016 NHL Draft pre-lottery top 15 rankings, reactions (SBNCH)

**OHL Playoffs: London sweeps Erie, wins Western Conference crown (OHL)

**WHL Playoffs: Brandon holds off Red Deer to extend series lead to 3-1 (WHL)

**WHL Playoffs: Seattle edges Kelwona in 2OT to capture Western Conference title (WHL)

**Patrik Laine to represent FInland at Worlds (theScore)