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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks sweep 2-game Dad’s trip

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Marian Hossa scored the game-winner and Scott Darling made 30 saves to lead the Chicago Blackhawks to a 1-0 win over the Boston Bruins on Friday at TD Garden.

The Hawks won both games during their two-game road trip accompanied by their fathers.


**RECAP: Hossa, Darling play heroes in win over Bruins (SCH)

**Hawks want to add veteran defenseman, per report (SCH)

**Watch: Keith sings Russian song (SCH)

**Hawks prospect Fortin finding his groove in 2017 (The Athletic)

**Is Sharp-Hawks reunion feasible? (SCH)

**What’s the Hawks trade deadline plan? (SCH)


**RECAP: Preds defeat Oilers in shootout (On The Forecheck)

**Stars’ Oduya re-injures ankle, out 2-4 weeks (Defending Big D)

**Burmistrov accuses Jets of ‘never’ believing in him (SBN)

**Blues recall goaltender Copley from AHL Chicago (St. Louis GameTime)


**RECAP: Okposo’s power-play goal leads Sabres over Red Wings (Die By The Blade)

**RECAP: Penguins score seven, defeat Hurricanes (Pensburgh)

**RECAP: Canadiens use power play to edge Devils (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

**RECAP: Henrik Sedin scores 1,000th point in Canucks win (Nucks Misconduct)

**Concussion will sideline Sens’ MacArthur for rest of the season (Silver Sevens)


**RECAP: No. 13 Ohio State upsets No. 1 Penn State in shootout (Black Shoes Diaries)

**RECAP: Poehling’s goal gives St. Cloud State OT win over No. 2 Denver (SBNCH)

**RECAP: No. 4 UM-Duluth topples No. 8 UND for third time this season (Grand Forks Herald)

**Duluth is now class of NCHC (Grand Forks Herald)

**RECAP: No. 18 Omaha falls to Miami in OT (Omaha World Herald)

**RECAP: Offensive surge lifts Providence past No. 5 UMass-Lowell (USCHO)

**RECAP: No. 6 Harvard blanks Brown (USCHO)

**OHL Friday night roundup (OHL)