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Morning Bag Skate: Alex DeBrincat’s hat trick lifts Blackhawks past Red Wings

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

Chicago Black Hawks v Detroit Red Wings Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Alex DeBrincat scored his second NHL hat trick and assisted on another goal to propel the Chicago Blackhawks to a 5-1 win against the Detroit Red Wings to end a four-game losing streak Thursday at Little Caesars Arena.

Chicago is now off until Tuesday for the NHL All-Star break.

HAWKS

**RECAP: DeBrincat’s hometown hat trick leads Hawks to snap 4-game skid (SCH)

**Former Hawk of the Week: Steve Sullivan (SCH)

**Keith’s goal drought adds to mounting frustration (Chicago Sun Times)

CENTRAL DIVISION

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

**RECAP: Penguins end Wild’s six-game point streak (Hockey Wilderness)

**RECAP: Avs lose to Blues, 2nd in row after streak (St. Louis GameTime)

**RECAP: McElhinney, Maple Leafs hold down Stars (Defending Big D)

**RECAP: Miller rescues Ducks in shootout win against Jets (NHL.com)

NHL

*Most baffling All-Stars of the past decade (SBN)

**RECAP: Vasilevskiy makes 36 saves, Lightning defeat Flyers (Raw Charge)

**RECAP: Williams helps Hurricanes hold off Canadiens (Canes Country)

**RECAP: Bruins push point streak to 18 games with win against Senators (Stanley Cup of Chowder)

**RECAP: Ovechkin gets 500th assist, 30th goal, helps Capitals top Panthers (Japers’ Rink)

**RECAP: Oilers win in shootout, defeat Flames for 7th straight time (Copper N Blue)

**RECAP: Atkinson’s late goal gets Blue Jackets past Coyotes (Jackets Cannon)

**RECAP: Lehner, Sabres shut out Canucks (NHL.com)

**RECAP: Halak, Islanders end Vegas’ 12-game home point streak (Lighthouse Hockey)

**RECAP: McDonagh, Miller lift Rangers past Sharks (NHL.com)

**Rangers claim Cody McLeod off waivers (Blueshirt Banter)

**Golden Knights ban adults from asking players for autographs (SBN)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Datsyuk, Kovalchuk lead Russian Olympic hockey team (SBN)