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Morning Bag Skate: 8-31-18

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

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NHL: Toronto Maple Leafs at Montreal Canadiens Jean-Yves Ahern-USA TODAY Sports


**4 Hawks make Sportsnet’s top 100 NHL players list (SCH)

**Former Hawk of the Week: Tuomo Ruutu (SCH)

**Hawks prospect Söderlund playing in Champions Hockey League (SCH)

**Hawks T25U25: Alex DeBrincat at No. 2 (SCH)

**Hawks T25U25: Complete rankings (SCH)


**Wild T25U25: Nick Swaney at No. 22 (Hockey Wilderness)


**Flames sign Hanifin to $29.7M, 6-year deal (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

**Flames’ Monahan feels ‘like a new man’ after offseason surgeries (

**Dansk honors Vegas shooting victims with new mask (Knights On Ice)

**Rangers are Panarin’s preferred destination, per report (theScore)

**State of the Franchise: Uncertainty of Bobrovsky, Panarin futures casts a pall on Blue Jackets (The Athletic)

**Why the ’76 Canucks were among the most mediocre NHL teams in history (Sportsnet)

**NHL farm system rankings: No. 1 Buffalo Sabres (The Athletic)

**NHL farm system rankings: No. 2 Vancouver Canucks (The Athletic)

**Season preview: Senators (The Athletic)

**Oilers T25U25: McDavid at No. 1 (Copper N Blue)

**Flyers T25U25: Provorov at No. 1 (Broad Street Hockey)

**Canadiens T25U25: Domi at No. 2 (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

**Islanders T25U25: Wahlstrom at No. 3 (Lighthouse Hockey)

**Blue Jackets T25U25: Bjorkstrand at No. 4 (Jackets Cannon)


**Women’s hockey T25U25: No. 2 Maddie Rooney (The Ice Garden)