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Morning Bag Skate: 10-19-19

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A daily look at hockey news around the world.

Columbus Blue Jackets v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Bill Smith/NHLI via Getty Images

Jonathan Toews scored 46 seconds into overtime for the Blackhawks to edge the Blue Jackets 3-2 on Friday at the United Center. The IceHogs scored three first-period goals en route to their first win of the season, 3-2 against the Wolves. After both games, Chicago recalled top prospect Kirby Dach from his conditioning stint in the AHL.

The IceHogs and Wolves play the second half of a home-and-home Saturday at Allstate Arena in Rosemont. The Blackhawks have Saturday off before they host the Capitals on Sunday at the United Center.

Chicago NCAA prospects Josh Ess (Wisconsin), Ian Mitchell (Denver), Ryan Shea (Northeastern), Alex Vlasic and Jake Wise (Boston) will play Saturday. Victor Ejdsell (Farjestad BK), Mathias From (Modo), Jakub Galvas (Jukurit), Cole Moberg (Prince George), Antti Saarela (Ilves), Max Shalunov (CSKA Moscow) and Michal Teply (Winnipeg) will also compete.


RECAP: Blackhawks edge Blue Jackets 3-2 in OT (SCH)

Watch: Blackhawks honor Dave Bolland with ‘One More Shift’ (SCH)

RECAP: IceHogs hold off Wolves 3-2 for first win of season (SCH)

Blackhawks recall Kirby Dach from AHL conditioning stint (SCH)

Blackhawks confident in secretive analytics department’s place in NHL (The Athletic)


RECAP: MacKinnon gives Avalanche OT win against Panthers (NHL)

RECAP: Stars drop 5th straight with 4-2 loss to Penguins (Defending Big D)


Wysh List: Most overrated advanced stats in hockey (ESPN)

Devils sign Hischier to 7-year, $50.75M extension (All About The Jersey)

RECAP: Oshie, Carlson help Capitals hand Rangers 3rd straight loss (NHL)

RECAP: Neal scores 9th goal for Oilers in win against Red Wings (NHL)


USHL: Steel fall 5-3 to Muskegon (Steel)

OHL: Kolyachonok’s OT goal lifts Firebirds over Rangers (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: Bizier’s OT goal sends Olympiques past Armada (Sportsnet)

KHL: Avangard impresses, Avto continues to struggle (KHL)