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Morning Bag Skate: 9-5-18

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

Chicago Blackhawks v Colorado Avalanche Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images

BLACKHAWKS

**Hawks release training camp schedule (SCH)

**Former Hawks goalie Glass signs PTO with Flames (SCH)

**State of the Franchise: Hawks’ season riddled with unknowns (The Athletic)

**Kahun hopes to transition his skills to NHL (Blackhawks)

CENTRAL DIVISION

**Jets sign Wheeler to 5-year, $41.25M extension (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**Jets face new set of challenges with Stanley Cup window officially open (Sportsnet)

**Cap comparables: How Wheeler impacts Jets’ looming cap crunch (Sportsnet)

**Stars spoke with Seguin’s camp about extension last weekend (Sportsnet)

**State of the Franchise: New season, GM, same big expectations for Wild (The Athletic)

**Wild T25U25: Simon Johansson at No. 19 (Hockey Wilderness)

NHL

**How do you become an NHL official? (The Athletic)

**Capitals asked to stop doing keg stands out of Stanley Cup (The Washington Post)

**Rangers to retire Vic Hadfield’s No. 11 (Blueshirt Banter)

**Senators name Chris Kelly development coach (Sportsnet)

**Duchene thinks Senators can prove critics wrong (Sportsnet)

**Eberle hasn’t had contract talks with Islanders (Sportsnet)

**Canucks’ Gudbranson talks Pettersson, Linden, UFAs, open captaincy (Sportsnet)

**Hurricanes hope strong defense brings end to playoff drought (Sportsnet)

**How well has Hakstol done as Flyers head coach? (Broad Street Hockey)

**Panthers T25U25: Mamin at No. 8 (Litter Box Cats)

HOCKEY WORLD

**Riveters’ Bray Ketchum retires (The Ice Garden)

**NWHL free agency: August update (The Ice Garden)