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Morning Bag Skate: 9-17-18

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

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BLACKHAWKS

**Seabrook practices on Day 3 of training camp (SCH)

**Quenneville believes ‘this year could be huge’ for Saad (Chicago Sun-Times)

**Lazerus: Hawks running in place while rest of the conference pulls away (The Athletic)

**Dietz: End may be near for Bowman, Quenneville (The Daily Herald)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Morrissey, Jets agree to 2-year, $6.3M bridge deal (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**Analyzing Avs’ defensive depth chart (Mile High Hockey)

**How well do you really know Avs announcer Marc Moser? (The Athletic)

**Latest stop on the Hamburglar’s NHL journey gives him a shot with Wild (The Athletic)

**Wild T25U25: Kaapo Kahkonen at No. 11 (Hockey Wilderness)

**Preds T25U25: Yakov Trenin at No. 11 (On The Forecheck)

NHL

**RECAP: Heinen’s shootout goal lifts Bruins past Capitals (NHL.com)

**RECAP: Trotz gets win in first game as coach with Islanders over Flyers (NHL.com)

**RECAP: Pacioretty scores in Golden Knights debut, Vegas defeats Coyotes (Knights On Ice)

**Brind’Amour: Hurricanes’ Rask will be out months (The Score)

**Associate coach Muller, Canadiens sign 2-year contract extension (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

**Why Dotchin’s case could set a precedent for entire NHL (The Athletic)

**Zetterberg will go down as one of Red Wings’ greatest leaders (Winging It In Motown)

**Season preview: Golden Knights (The Athletic)

**Season preview: Flames (The Athletic)

**Kings T25U25: Cal Petersen at No. 7 (Jewels From The Crown)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Q&A with Jayna Hefford on the Hockey Hall of Fame, the CWHL and that infamous 2002 gold medal game (The Athletic)