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Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks don’t offer any restricted free agents

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NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at Arizona Coyotes Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The Chicago Blackhawks did not extend qualifying offers by Monday’s deadline to its four restricted free agents: forwards Michael Chaput, Anthony Duclair and Tomas Jurco and defenseman Adam Clendening. The foursome are now unrestricted free agents and can talk to other NHL teams, but cannot sign until the free agency period begins July 1.

On Tuesday, The Hockey Hall of Fame’s Selection Committee will announce the class of 2018 inductees.


**Duclair set to become UFA (SCH)

**2018 NHL draft: Hawks picks, news, rumors, updates (SCH)


**Gordo: Blues fans must face painful truth (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Stars make qualifying offers to all RFAs but Ully (Defending Big D)


**Key offseason dates to know (SCH)

**Red Wings sign Bertuzzi, Frk to contract extensions (Winging It In Motown)

**Flyers won’t qualify Mrazek; will become UFA (Broad Street Hockey)

**Riley Nash ‘looking forward to talking’ with Canucks (The Providence)

**Czarnik drawing ‘overwhelming’ interest (Stanley Cup of Chowder)

**A CBA explanation for why the Canucks did not qualify Derrick Pouliot (The Athletic)


**Goalie Katie Burt believes NWHL Boston is best place for her (The Ice Garden)