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Morning Bag Skate: 10-9-18

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

Toronto Maple Leafs v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

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

BLACKHAWKS

Second City Hockey seeks contributors (SCH)

Stock Report: 3 up, 3 down from opening weekend (SCH)

Hawks getting by with Ward, but Crawford remains key to season (The Athletic)

Jokiharju might be here to stay (Chicago Sun-Times)

CENTRAL DIVISION

Dubnyk spot in Wild’s slow start while offense seeks answers (Star Tribune)

Does Dumba or Spurgeon make more sense as Ryan Suter’s defense partner? (The Athletic)

Avs might have found a legitimate second line (Mile High Hockey)

Avs’ Landeskog could be out Tuesday vs. Blue Jackets (The Denver Post)

How a healthy Colin Wilson could be a difference maker for Avs (The Athletic)

Creating a more diverse power play that encourages creativity is key for Stars and assistant coach Todd Nelson (The Athletic)

NHL

RECAP: Bergeron’s hat trick leads Bruins past Sens (Stanley Cup of Chowder)

RECAP: Lehner shutout sparks Islanders over Sharks (Lighthouse Hockey)

RECAP: Eichel lifts Sabres past Golden Knights (Die By The Blade)

RECAP: Ducks top Red Wings in shootout (NHL)

Flyers’ van Riemsdyk out 5-6 weeks with knee injury (Broad Street Hockey)

Blue Jackets’ Dubinsky lands on IR with muscle strain (Jackets Cannon)

Panthers’ Luongo out 2-4 weeks with MCL strain (The Score)

Bruins owner believes a team in Houston is missing piece for NHL (The Score)

Big Reads: Why no one wants to play against Flyers captain Giroux (Sportsnet)

HOCKEY WORLD

OHL Roundup: Gogoloev lifts Petes over Battalion (Sportsnet)

QMJHL Roundup: MacKinnon, Garneau help Oceanic rout Cataractes (Sportsnet)

WHL Roundup: Raiders bounce back from first loss, blank Hitmen (Sportsnet)