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Morning Bag Skate: 10-25-19

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A daily look at hockey news around the world.

NHL: Philadelphia Flyers at Chicago Blackhawks David Banks-USA TODAY Sports

The Blackhawks’ seven-game homestand ended with a dud in a 4-1 loss to the Flyers on Thursday at the United Center. The IceHogs play the first of a back-to-back against the Monsters on Friday in Cleveland.

Chicago prospects Dominic Basse (Youngstown), Alexis Gravel (Halifax), Mathias From (Modo), Andrei Altybarmakyan and Ivan Nalimov (Sochi), Antti Saarela (Ilves) and Michal Teply (Winnipeg) are all scheduled to play Friday. All the NCAA prospects have games as well.


RECAP: Blackhawks end homestand with 4-1 loss to Flyers (SCH)

Blackhawks give Brendan Perlini permission to seek trade (SCH)


RECAP: Blues beat Kings 5-2 but lose Tarasenko to injury (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

RECAP: Rinne, Predators shut out Wild (On The Forecheck)

RECAP: Gurianov scores twice, Stars hold off Ducks (Defending Big D)


RECAP: Kane’s 2 power-play goals lift Sharks past Canadiens (NHL)

RECAP: Bailey, Islanders top Coyotes for 5th straight win (NHL)

RECAP: Strome scores twice, Rangers top Sabres to end 5-game skid (NHL)

RECAP: Atkinson, Blue Jackets rally past Hurricanes in OT (NHL)

RECAP: Tkachuk scores 2 goals for Flames in shootout win against Panthers (NHL)

RECAP: Oilers rally, defeat Capitals on Draisaitl goal (NHL)


OHL: Stevenson lifts Spitfires to win over Greyhounds (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: McKenna leads Wildcats to OT win over Phoenix (Sportsnet)