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Morning Bag Skate: 10-10-18

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Chicago Blackhawks v Minnesota Wild - Game Four Photo by Hannah Foslien/Getty Images

The Blackhawks have Wednesday off before they visit the Wild on Thursday in Minnesota.

Three Blackhawks prospects played in the Champions League on Tuesday. Tim Söderlund led the trio with a goal and three shots for Frölunda in a 6-0 victory. Niklas Nordgren (HIFK) and Robin Norell (Djurgården) each had an assist and one shot in losing efforts.


Second City Hockey seeks contributors (SCH)

Hawks recall Fortin in AHL (SCH)

At 33, Seabrook determined to author resurgent second act to his career (The Athletic)

Mixed bag has Toews, Hawks feeling good: ‘It’s already a different feeling’ (Chicago Sun-Times)


RECAP: Foligno powers Blue Jackets past Avs (Mile High Hockey)

RECAP: Smith, Flames shut out Preds (On The Forecheck)

RECAP: Connor’s power-play goal helps Jets top Kings (NHL)

RECAP: Matthews, Tavares shoot Maple Leafs to win over Stars (Defending Big D)

Wild Walkthrough: A look at early struggles getting the offense started (The Athletic)

If Jordan Schmaltz can’t crack the Blues’ lineup soon, trading the defenseman could be inevitable (The Athletic)

Jerabek hopes to stick with Blues (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)


Seattle NHL group unveils $70M training center plans (The Seattle Times)

RECAP: Aho, Svechnikov spark Hurricanes’ win over Canucks (Canes Country)

RECAP: Kane, Pavelski power Sharks to win in Flyers’ home opener (Fear The Fin)

Gritty makes grand entrance during Flyers’ home opener (PHT)

Penguins’ Murray diagnosed with concussion (Pensburgh)

Penguins unveil golden third jersey (Pensburgh)

Senators’ Chabot already thriving in expanded role (Sportsnet)


CHL Notebook: Exciting Sudbury off to fast, offensive start (Sportsnet)

QMJHL Roundup: Boucher scores 2 as Sea Dogs down Screaming Eagles (Sportsnet)