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Morning Bag Skate: Marlies regain Calder Cup lead with Game 3 win

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

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Calle Rosen scored the game-winning goal on the power play in the second period for the Toronto Marlies in a 2-1 win over the Texas Stars in Game 3 of the AHL’s Calder Cup Final.

The Marlies own a 2-1 lead with Game 4 set for Thursday in Texas.

The Stanley Cup Final resumes Thursday with Game 5 as the Washington Capitals holding a 3-1 series lead and one win away from lifting the Stanley Cup.

In the SB Nation NHL mock draft, picks from Detroit, Vancouver and Chicago will be revealed Wednesday.

BLACKHAWKS

**Duclair wants to ‘leave mark’ with Chicago’s black youth (The Athletic)

**Q&A: Jeremy Colliton on his first season as IceHogs coach, the future, and the urgency to develop NHL players (The Athletic)

**Former Hawk Wisniewski breaks ‘a couple’ ribs in car crash (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Jack Ferreira named new Wild assistant GM (Hockey Wilderness)

**Blues name Bannister to coach San Antonio affiliate (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

NHL

**Stanley Cup Final schedule (SBN)

**SB Nation’s 2018 NHL mock draft (SBN)

**SBN mock draft: Habs select Filip Zadina at No. 3 (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

**SBN mock draft: Sens select Quinn Hughes at No. 4 (Silver Seven)

**SBN mock draft: Coyotes select Brady Tkachuk at No. 5 (Five For Howling)

**Islanders fire Weight, Snow; Lamoriello takes over as GM (Lighthouse Hockey)

**Lamoriello: Snow, Weight removed because Islanders need ‘culture change’ (Lighthouse Hockey)

**Candidates to be Islanders’ coach (Lighthouse Hockey)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Calder Cup Final Game 3: Marlies bounce back at Texas, take series lead (AHL)

**BU hires former player Albie O’Connell as head coach (Boston Globe)

**NWHL, SDHL to meet in Champions Cup in Sweden (The Ice Garden)

**LIU Brooklyn to add NCAA Division I women’s hockey program in 2019-20 (The Ice Garden)

**NWHL free agency tracker (The Ice Garden)