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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks' Artemi Panarin second in scoring at 2016 World Championships

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

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Chicago Blackhawks forward Artemi Panarin is second in the World Championships in scoring with five goals, seven assists for 12 points. He is one point back of Russian teammate Vadim Shipachyov for the tournament scoring lead.

San Jose tied up the Western Conference Final at one game apiece with a 4-0 shut out Tuesday. The Pittsburgh Penguins visit the Tampa Bay Lightning for Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Final on Wednesday.

HAWKS

**6 Hawks advance to 2016 Worlds quarterfinals (SCH)

**Hawks need to move quickly with Panarin (SCH)

**SCH 30 Days of Fandom: Favorite current Hawk (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**RECAP (winning): Burns scores 2 power play goals, Jones shuts out Blues to even series (FTF)

**RECAP (losing): Blues struggle to take 2-0 series lead (STLGT)

**Evanston, Illinois native Tommy Wingles scores against Blues (FTF)

**Avs' prospect Bleackley suffering through WHL season (Calgary Herald)

**3 most likely UFA defenseman to leave Stars (DMN)

**Heika: How expansion, young players on the rise could affect Stars' goalie search (DMN)

**3 things to cross off Preds' offseason checklist (The Tennessean)

**Year in review: Avs' Zach Redmond (MHH)

NHL

**Former Pens' player Kevin Stevens pleads not guilty to charges related to painkillers (PHT)

**Coyotes' Rieder out at Worlds, expected to miss a month (PHT)

**Wings promote Salajko to replace goalie coach Bedard (PHT)

**Canucks sign Yan-Pavel Laplante to three-year ELC (NM)

HOCKEY WORLD

**"Miracle on Ice" goalie Jim Craig selling gold medal (PHT)

**George Burnett appointed Flint Firebirds GM (OHL)

**WCHA announces new playoff format (SBNCH)

**Memorial Cup schedule and game times (Memorial Cup)

**Patrick ('17 Draft prospect), Marner (Leafs), Perron (Sens) receive playoff MVP honors (Memorial Cup)

**Spirit's Will Petschenig giving back in honor of father (Sportsnet)