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Morning Bag Skate: Another hat trick for Patrick Kane, Blackhawks win 5th straight

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NHL: Pittsburgh Penguins at Chicago Blackhawks Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

Patrick Kane scored his second hat trick in three games to lead the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday at United Center.

HAWKS

**RECAP: Kane, Hawks soar past Penguins for 10th win in 11 games (SCH)

**Anisimov 'might miss' time after suffering lower-body injury vs. Penguins (SCH)

**Watch: Panik scores incredible between-the-legs goal (SCH)

**Watch: Rasmussen gets hit into Penguins bench (SCH)

**Grading Hawks’ deadline deals (SCH)

**How the Hawks already won the Oduya trade (SCH)

**Oduya returns as long awaited replacement for himself (SCH)

**Hawks trade AHLers Abbott, Carrick to Ducks (SCH)

**Oduya got a ‘welcome back’ note at airport (SCH)

**Shalunov still trying to get out of KHL contract early (SCH)

**Toews named NHL’s first star for February (SCH)

**Hawks, Bulls unveil updated United Center and atrium (Sun Times)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Predators' Subban unsure how he'll handle return to Montreal (The Tennessean)

**Kiszla: Before trading Duchene or Landeskog, Avs must dump GM Sakic (Denver Post)

NHL

**Grading every deal at trade deadline (SBN)

**Every trade completed at the trade deadline (SBN)

**Every notable player that didn’t move at the trade deadline (SBN)

**RECAP: Hedman, Lightning defeat Hurricanes in OT (Tampa Bay Times)

**Flyers lose Raffl for six-to-eight weeks (Broad Street Hockey)

**Flyers sign Neuvirth to two-year, $5 million extension (Broad Street Hockey)

**Flyers extend Bellemare for two years, $2.9 million (Broad Street Hockey)

**Rangers Fast out indefinitely after suffering shoulder injury (Blueshirt Banter)

HOCKEY WORLD

**OHL Wednesday night roundup (OHL)