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Morning Bag Skate: 1-7-19

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

Chicago Blackhawks v Pittsburgh Penguins Photo by Justin Berl/Getty Images

The Blackhawks rallied from a 2-0 deficit to defeat the Penguins 5-3 on Sunday at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh. Chicago will honor former forward Dennis Hull with its ‘One More Shift’ program prior to hosting the Flames on Monday night at the United Center.

Jacob Nilsson scored a hat trick to propel the IceHogs to snap their six-game losing streak with a 6-3 victory over the Iowa Wild at BMO Harris Bank Center.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Bears fell 16-15 to the Eagles in a NFC wild-card game at Solider Field. The Bulls also came up short, losing 117-100 to the Nets at the United Center.

BLACKHAWKS

RECAP: Blackhawks rally for 10th straight series win over Penguins (SCH)

Watch: Kunitz scores first goal as Blackhawk (SCH)

RECAP: Nilsson’s hat trick launches IceHogs to win over Wild (IceHogs)

WJC: How Jokiharju, 6 Blackhawks prospects performed (SCH)

Film session: Nicolas Beaudin making strides (The Athletic)

Blackhawks to honor Dennis Hull with “One More Shift” (SCH)

NHL All-Star Game: How to vote Toews in (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

RECAP: Jets score five straight, defeat Stars (NHL)

Blues put Schmaltz on waivers (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

What happened to the elite version of Tarasenko? (St. Louis GameTime)

NHL

RECAP: Hurricanes hand Senators 8th straight loss (Canes Country)

RECAP: Golden Knights top Devils for 6th straight win (Knights On Ice)

RECAP: Kuemper gets shutout, Garland scores twice to help Coyotes defeat Rangers (NHL)

RECAP: Capitals rally in 3rd to top Red Wings, end losing streak (Japers’ Rink)

RECAP: Ducks shut out by Talbot, Oilers in 8th straight loss (NHL)

HOCKEY WORLD

OHL: Keating leads Ottawa to win over Generals (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: Islanders sink Wildcats for 5th straight win (Sportsnet)

WHL: Silvertips subdue Blazers as Palaga makes 37 saves in win (Sportsnet)