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Morning Bag Skate: 10-27-18

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

NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at St. Louis Blues Billy Hurst-USA TODAY Sports

The Blackhawks look for their third straight win overall and third of the season series against the Blues on Saturday night at Enterprise Center in St. Louis.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Bulls fell 135-106 to the Hornets on Friday in Charlotte. The Bulls are back in action Saturday against the Hawks in Atlanta.

BLACKHAWKS

RECAP: Crawford, Hawks shut down Rangers in 4-1 win (SCH)

Hawks prospect Beaudin out indefinitely with wrist injury (SCH)

Scott Foster to practice with Hawks during optional morning skates (SCH)

DeBrincat was the cutest Scrappy-Doo for Halloween (SCH)

‘It goes by so quick’: His career over prematurely, Dave Bolland looks ahead to the next chapter (The Athletic)

Seabrook finds himself in company of Hawks legends (Chicago Sun-Times)

CENTRAL DIVISION

RECAP: Byfuglien scores 500th NHL point in Jets victory against Red Wings (NHL)

RECAP: Avs beat Sens, spoil Duchene return (NHL)

Avs goalie prospect Francouz is making flawless transition to North America (Mile High Hockey)

Preds goalie Rinne returns to practice (The Tennessean)

Blues not living up to high expectations (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Now healthy, Parise again able to work on his game (Star Tribune)

Wild demotes struggling rookie Greenway to AHL (Star Tribune)

NHL

Former NHL President John Ziegler dies at 84 (PHT)

Ziegler’s NHL tenure had lasting impact in Canada (Sportsnet)

RECAP: Lightning beat Golden Knights to push point streak to 7, but lose Hedman to injury (Raw Charge)

RECAP: Aho sets Hurricanes record in win against Sharks (Canes Country)

Capitals’ Wilson set to appeal 20-game ban, again (PHT)

HOCKEY WORLD

Northern Michigan considering women’s program (SBN College Hockey)

NCAA men: No. 1 Notre Dame falls to No. 3 Duluth (ND Insider)

NCAA men: No. 10 Penn State defeats No. 13 Princeton (Black Shoe Diaries)

OHL Roundup: Kyle Maksimovich OT hero as Otters edge Storm (Sportsnet)