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Morning Bag Skate: Predators look to even Stanley Cup Final against Penguins

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

NHL: Stanley Cup Final-Nashville Predators at Pittsburgh Penguins Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

The Nashville Predators look to even the Stanley Cup Final when they host the Pittsburgh Penguins in Game 4 on Monday at Bridgestone Arena.


**Toews says ‘set your own agenda aside’ on climate change in Instagram post (SCH)

**Quenneville ranked No. 3 best Chicago coach of all time (SCH)

**’Jeopardy!’ answer hits home with Cup winner Boynton (SCH)

**OHL coach believes DeBrincat is about ready for NHL (CSN Chicago)


**Wild names Matt Majka president; assistant GM Brent Flahr also promoted (Star Tribune)


**Cook: Sullivan is reason Penguins will win (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

**Help from Kessel could let Penguins wrap up Stanley Cup (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

**Penguins try to energize power play (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

**Gaudreau is Predators’ latest ‘next man up’ (On The Forecheck)

**Predators’ Game 3 victory will go down in Nashville lore (Sportsnet)

**Ciccarelli is pulling for Guentzel to break rookie playoff scoring record (Star Tribune)


**2017 NHL Combine results: Top 10 at each drill (Sportsnet)

**Seattle Partners withdraws proposal to renovate KeyArena (The Seattle Times)

**Kings reportedly have interest in Evander Kane (Yahoo! Sports)

**GM McPhee says Golden Knights ready to deal (Las Vegas Review-Journal)

**Lundqvist suffered knee injury at World Championships (Blueshirt Banter)

**Big Read: Coyotes prospect Strome has big summer ahead (Sportsnet)

**Kovalchuk still interested in returning to the NHL (Sportsnet)

**Sweeney prepared to trade Boston’s first-round pick (Boston Herald)

**Bruins prospect Arnesson returns to Sweden (PHT)

**Canucks’ asking price for Tanev is reportedly ‘very high’ (PHT)

**Report: Oilers have offers on the table for Eberle (PHT)


**Report: Noora Räty, Kelli Stack sign with CWHL’s Kunlun Red Star (The Ice Garden)