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Morning Bag Skate: 1-17-19

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

Chicago Blackhawks v New York Rangers Photo by Bruce Bennett/Getty Images

The Blackhawks return to action Thursday when they visit the Rangers at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Cubs re-claimed Ian Clarkin on waivers from the White Sox on Wednesday. The Bulls visit the Nuggets on Thursday in Denver.

BLACKHAWKS

Examining Blackhawks’ microscopic playoff hopes (SCH)

Blackhawks prospects Barratt, Mitchell nominated for Hobey Baker Award (SCH)

John Scott thankful to be alive after falling through ice on lake (SCH)

Former Blackhawk Brandon Bollig announces retirement (SCH)

Blackhawks T25U25: Kurashev soars into Nos. 6-10 group (SCH)

Blood, sweat and fears: The art of the screen, as told by forwards, defenseman and goalies (The Athletic)

Blackhawks T25U25: The 2018-19 mid-season rankings (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

RECAP: Duchene scores twice for Sens in win against Avs (NHL)

Wild acquire Aberg from Ducks for Kloos (Hockey Wilderness)

NHL

31 Thoughts: Buyers, sellers emerging ahead of trade deadline (Sportsnet)

NHL, NHLPA rule out possibility of 2020 World Cup of Hockey (SCH)

RECAP: Couturier gets first hat trick in Flyers in against Bruins (NHL)

RECAP: Sabres defeat Flames on Eichel OT goal (NHL)

RECAP: Sharks winning streak stopped at 7 by Coyotes (NHL)

Canucks trade Del Zotto to Ducks for Schenn, 7th-round pick (Sportsnet)

Ducks trade Blandisi to Penguins for Grant (Sportsnet)

Canadiens’ Byron suspended 3 games for hit on Panthers’ Weegar (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

HOCKEY WORLD

OHL: Luukkonen perfect as Wolves blank Battalion (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: Giguere scores winner as Wildcats edge Screaming Eagles (Sportsnet)