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Morning Bag Skate: Sluggish Blackhawks fall to Kings

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Los Angeles Kings v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

The Chicago Blackhawks fell behind 3-0 and could never recover in a 3-1 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Monday at United Center.

It’s Chicago’s ninth loss in its last 10 games.


**RECAP: Lifeless start leads to another loss for Hawks (SCH)

**Hawks trade Kempny to Capitals for 3rd-round pick (SCH)

**Hawks, Jets have ‘kicked tires on’ Hartman trade, per report (SCH)

*Hawks ban fans who made racist remarks toward Capitals’ Smith-Pelly (SCH)

**Hawks’ Duclair: ‘There’s a lot more racism than you guys think’ (Chicago Tribune)


**’RECAP: Zucker scores twice, Wild defeat Islanders (Hockey Wilderness)

**’RECAP: Arvidsson scores twice, Preds defeat Senators (On The Forecheck)

**Avs recall Mironov, Warsofsky from AHL (Mile High Hockey)


**Tracking every trade rumor heading into the deadline (SBN)

**Tracking every completed trade before the trade deadline (SBN)

**Flyers acquire Mrazek from Detroit for 2 picks (Broad Street Hockey)

**RECAP: Ovechkin, Capitals top Sabres (Japers’ Rink)

**RECAP: Marchand lifts Bruins past Flames in OT (Stanley Cup of Chowder)

**RECAP: Ducks goalies combine to shut out Golden Knights (Anaheim Calling)

**Canadiens sign Deslauriers to 2-year extension (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

**Flyers recall Lindblom, send Stolarz to AHL (Broad Street Hockey)

**Blue Jackets’ Foligno out 1-2 weeks with lower-body injury (theScore)

**How Vegas’ Marchessault went from overlooked to superstar (The Athletic)


**RECAP: USA men rout Slovakia, will play Czechs in quarters (SBN)

**How USA, Canada women’s hockey teams became Olympics’ best rivalry (SBN)

**OHL Roundup: Noel scores OT winner as Generals beat Battalion (Sportsnet)

**QMJHL Roundup: Zadina scores twice as Moosehead beat Oceanic (Sportsnet)