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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks’ second line gets back on track

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

NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at Arizona Coyotes Joe Camporeale-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Blackhawks hung on for a 4-3 victory against the Arizona Coyotes to snap a three-game losing streak Thursday at Gila River Arena in Glendale, Arizona.

Chicago’s second line of Artemi Panarin, Artem Anisimov and Patrick Kane combined to score five points. Panarin and Kane each tallied a goal and assist while Anisimov had the primary assist on Panarin’s goal.

HAWKS

**RECAP: Hawks hold off Coyotes to snap 3-game skid (SCH)

**Hawks’ prospect DeBrincat becomes OHL Erie’s all-time goal scorer (SCH)

**van Riemsdyk named Hawks’ pro-LGBTQ ambassador (SCH)

**Yeo’s promotion in St. Louis is good news for Hawks (SCH)

**Rebooting Second City Hockey community (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**RECAP: Rinne, Predators shut out Oilers (On The Forecheck)

**RECAP: Pavelec, Jets hold off Stars (Defending Big D)

**Stars’ Spezza injured in big hit from Jets’ Lowry (Puck Daddy)

**RECAP: Yeo wins coaching debut with Blues (St. Louis GameTime)

**Plager's No. 5 rises next to Barclay's No. 8 (STLToday)

**Wild signs goalie Stalock, ensuring Dubnyk is expansion-protected (Star Tribune)

**Wild’s Koivu deserves Selke Trophy (Hockey Wilderness)

**Wild recall prized prospect Tuch (Hockey Wilderness)

**Best trade options for Avs, Ignila (SBN)

**Avs claim Mark Barbiero from Montreal (Mile High Hockey)

**Barrie forced to take on too much for Avs (Denver Post)

NHL

**RECAP: Read ends goal drought in Flyers win over Habs (Broad Street Hockey)

**RECAP: Kreider gives Rangers OT win against Sabres (Blueshirt Banter)

**RECAP: Karlsson, Mark Stone power Senators to win over Lightning (Silver Seven)

**RECAP: Marleau gets 500th NHL goal in Sharks win (Fear The Fin)

**Look: Penguins unveil gold-heavy Stadium Series uniforms (Pensburgh)

**Yzerman: Stamkos' recovery 'right on course' (Tampa Bay Times)

HOCKEY WORLD

**NWHL shortens season to accommodate IIHF Women’s World Championships (Ice Garden)

**A day in the life of Boston Blades GM Krista Patronick (Ice Garden)