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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks' Artemi Panarin, Ville Pokka win medals at World Championships

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Chicago Blackhawks forward Artemi Panarin and prospect Ville Pokka won bronze and silver medals, respectively, at the 2016 World Championships.

Panarin scored a goal with two assists for Russia in a 7-2 win over the United States, while Pokka and Finland were held scoreless in a 2-0 loss to Canada in the gold-medal game.

Tampa Bay rallied for a 4-3 overtime win over Pittsburgh in Game 5 of the Eastern Conference Final on Sunday.

St. Louis and San Jose play Game 5 of the Western Conference Final on Monday.


**Hjalmarsson joins social media (SCH)

**Worlds: Panarin, Russia beat U.S. for bronze (SCH)

**Worlds: Canada beats Finland, Pokka for gold (SCH)

**SCH 30 Days of Fandom: Favorite goal song (SCH)


**Blues sticking with Allen in net for Game 5 (STLP-D)

**Riberio needs to have "summer of his life" (The Tennessean)

**Year-end review: John Mitchell (MHH)

**Year-end review: Semyon Varlamov (MHH)


**RECAP: Johnson's OT butt goal puts Lightning up 3-2 (SBN)

**Report: Nash could be on his way out of New York (PHT)

**Penguins' Daley done for season with broken ankle (Pensburgh)


**Patrik Laine named Worlds MVP (theScore)

**Memorial Cup: Red Deer beats Rouyn-Noranda for first win (TSN)