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Morning Bag Skate: 10-5-18

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NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at Ottawa Senators Marc DesRosiers-USA TODAY Sports

Patrick Kane scored 38 seconds into overtime to give the Blackhawks a 4-3 victory over the Senators on Thursday in the season opener for both teams.

Brent Seabrook, Alex DeBrincat and Jonathan Toews also scored for Chicago, while Cam Ward made 22 saves in his Blackhawks debut.

Chicago prospect Adam Boqvist had six shots on goal for the London Knights in a 2-0 loss to the Windsor Spitfires.


RECAP: Kane’s OT goal lifts Hawks past Sens (SCH)

Watch: DeBrincat scores Hawks’ first goal of season (SCH)

Hawks recall Delia after Forsberg gets injured in practice (SCH)

Hawks put Maletta on unconditional waivers to terminate contract, per report (SCH)

SCH Podcast Episode 1: Hawks season preview (SCH)

Lazerus: For Hawks, every win is a big win — especially early in season (The Athletic)


Bettman says Blues could get All-Star Game ‘at some point’ (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

RECAP: Preds top Rangers in season opener (On The Forecheck)

RECAP: Jets, Hellebuyck handle Blues, Allen (NHL)

RECAP: Varlamov makes 20 saves, Avs top Wild (Mile High Hockey)

RECAP: Bishop, Stars shut out Coyotes (Defending Big D)

Jets T25U25: No. 13 Brendan Lemieux (Arctic Ice Hockey)

Jets T25U25: No. 14 David Gustafsson (Arctic Ice Hockey)


RECAP: Bruins shut out Sabres, spoil Dahlin’s debut (Stanley Cup of Chowder)

RECAP: Letang powers Penguins past Capitals in OT (Pensburgh)

RECAP: Islanders win Trotz debut in OT against Hurricanes (Lighthouse Hockey)

RECAP: Panarin, Blue Jackets defeat Red Wings in OT (Jackets Cannon)

RECAP: Simmonds scores twice in Flyers win against Golden Knights (Broad Street Hockey)

Islanders name Anders Lee captain (Lighthouse Hockey)

Capitals’ Wilson to appeal 20-game suspension (The Washington Post)

Q&A: Hurricanes GM Don Waddell talks blue line skill, key to reaching playoffs, offseason moves (The Athletic)

Panthers’ MacKenzie will retire after this season (The Athletic)


NWHL season preview (The Ice Garden)

Neil Leibman, co-owner of MLB’s Texas Rangers, is newest NWHL investor (The Ice Garden)