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Morning Bag Skate: 9-13-18

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

Chicago Blackhawks v Los Angeles Kings Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images

BLACKHAWKS

**Hawks to wear No. 21 patch in honor of Mikita (SCH)

**3 Hawks make The Athletic’s Top 100 NHL prospect list (SCH)

**Traverse City prospect tourney: Hawks fall to Wild in 3rd-place game (SCH)

**Hawks announce training camp roster (SCH)

**Quenneville faces defining season (Chicago Sun-Times)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**NHL suspends Preds’ Watson 27 games for domestic assault (On The Forecheck)

**Blues sign Schmaltz to 2-year deal (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Blues’ Allen to miss start of camp with back spasm (St. Louis Game Time)

**The grandson of Greek immigrants, Jordan Kyrou’s NHL career seems ‘meant to be’ (The Athletic)

**Old-look Wild prepares for first season under new GM Fenton (Star Tribune)

**It didn’t take long for undrafted prospect Ty Lewis to find a home with the Avs (The Athletic)

**Avs’ Mikko Rantanen: ‘I’m happy in Colorado. I want to be here for a long time.’ (The Athletic)

**Avs will be cohesive club, Landeskog says (The Denver Post)

**Wild T25U25: Mason Shaw at No. 13 (Hockey Wilderness)

NHL

**Blue Jackets give Tortorella 2-year extension (Jackets Cannon)

**What to expect from new Lightning GM BriseBois (Raw Charge)

**Pronman: Standout performances at NHL rookie camps (The Athletic)

**In perfect world, Yzerman rebuilds dynasty he sparked with Red Wings (Winging It In Motown)

**Panthers T25U25: Denis Malgin at No. 4 (Litter Box Cats)

**Red Wings T25U25: Andreas Athanasiou at No. 5 (Winging It In Motown)

**Kings T25U25: Mike Amadio at No. 9 (Jewels From The Crown)

**Sharks T25U25: Jeremy Roy at No. 10 (Fear The Fin)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Meet Kelsey Bigham — the Denver Pioneers’ next big thing (The Athletic)

**Lightning, AHL Syracuse agree to 5-year extension (Raw Charge)

**Gruschow re-signs with NWHL’s Riveters (The Ice Garden)

**What it is like playing hockey in the shadow of Auschwitz (The Athletic)