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Morning Bag Skate: 11-6-19

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NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at San Jose Sharks Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

The Blackhawks were outplayed in a 4-2 loss to the Sharks, who snapped a five-game losing streak Tuesday in San Jose. Chicago hosts the Canucks on Thursday at the United Center.

The IceHogs have a “school day” game against the Marlines at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.


RECAP: Blackhawks show little bite in 4-2 loss to Sharks (SCH)

NCAA report: Ian Mitchell contributing on offense, defense (SCH)

EPR: Nalimov settling in with HK Sochi (SCH)


RECAP: Devils top Jets in shootout, get 2nd straight road win (NHL)

RECAP: Faksa, Stars top Avalanche for 4th straight win (Defending Big D)

RECAP: Schwartz, Blues recover to top Canucks in OT (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

RECAP: Zuccarello has goal, assist in Wild win against Ducks (NHL)


The ‘secret everybody knows’: Drugs like cocaine, molly becoming more popular in NHL (The Athletic)

Measuring gender diversity in hockey operations departments in NHL (The Athletic)

From the death of his NHL career in Buffalo, Ville Leino has forged a new life as a clothing entrepreneur in Finland (The Athletic)

NHL player poll: Most dreaded road trip, best dressing room, Gritty fatigue (ESPN)

RECAP: Islanders defeat Senators, extend winning streak to 10 (NHL)

RECAP: Hart makes 33 saves, Flyers defeat Hurricanes (NHL)

RECAP: Smith’s 2 goals boost Golden Knights past Blue Jackets (NHL)

RECAP: Canadiens recover, end Bruins’ winning streak at 6 (NHL)

RECAP: Maple Leafs pull away from Kings on Matthews, Nylander goals in 3rd (NHL)

RECAP: Tkachuk helps Flames rally to defeat Coyotes in OT (NHL)


RECAP: Oilers prospect Raphael Lavoie scores OT winner as QMJHL beats Russia (Sportsnet)

OHL: Hinz scores twice as Petes beat Frontenacs (Sportsnet)

WHL: Moe, Wiesblatt lead Raiders to win over Oil Kings (Sportsnet)