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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks host Blues; prospects compete in NCAA Frozen Four

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

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Blackhawks will host the St. Louis Blues on Thursday at the United Center. The Hawks will also have three prospects play in the NCAA Frozen Four: Chris Calnan of Boston College will play against No. 1 seed Quinnipac while Luke Johnson and Nick Schmaltz of North Dakota face off against NCHC conference foe Denver.


**Tyler Motte signs three-year ELC (SCH)

**Hawks recall Bryan Bickell (SCH)

**Vermette will not face discipline for hit on Anisimov (SCH)

**Special teams clicking at the right time (CSNC)

**Hawks' prospects Olofsson, Snuggerud make top 30 on SBNCH's Top 100 prospect list (SCH)


**Stars' Tyler Seguin skating, but status for Game 1 of playoffs up in the air (theScore)

**Blues' Ott sidelined at least two weeks with colitis (STL Post-Dispatch)


**Habs' Price, Subban done for season (EOTP)

**Gretzky laments decline of scoring (and creativity) in NHL (New York Times)

**Final "O'Canada" at Rexall will give you chills (BarDown)

**Recap: Oilers beat Canucks in Rexall Place finale (C&B)

**Recap: Red Wings, Howard shut out Flyers (BSH)

**Recap: Dubinsky's two goals lift Blue Jackets past Maple Leafs (JC)


**Warriors-Grizzlies move NCAA championship game to ESPN2 (SBNCH)

**Rookie defenseman play key role for BC, Quinnipac (SBNCH)

**Report: Russian hockey hit by mass doping scandal (TSN)

**Big Ten withdrawals age limit proposal (SBNCH)