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Morning Bag Skate: 12-15-19

A daily look at hockey news around the world.

NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at St. Louis Blues Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

The Blackhawks allowed four third-period goals in a 4-3 loss to the Blues on Saturday in St. Louis. Chicago hosts the Wild on Sunday.

The IceHogs will visit the Marlies at 3 p.m. Sunday in Toronto. The game will be broadcasted on NHL Network.


RECAP: Blues blow 3-goal lead, lose 4-3 to Blues (SCH)

Report: De Haan likely to miss 4-5 months with right shoulder injury (SCH)

Prospects Mitchell, Tomkins to play for Canada in Spengler Cup (SCH)

Dach won’t play for Canada at WJC (SCH)


RECAP: Stars use big second period to top Predators (Defending Big D)

RECAP: Staal scores twice for Wild in win against Flyers (Hockey Wilderness)


RECAP: Duclair hat trick lifts Senators past Blue Jackets in OT (NHL)

RECAP: Eichel extends point streak to 16, Sabres fall to Islanders in OT (NHL)

RECAP: Lindholm scores first, Ducks finish comeback against Rangers in shootout (NHL)

RECAP: Reimer, Hurricanes end Flames 7-game winning streak with shutout (NHL)

RECAP: Andersen, Maple Leafs hand Oilers 4th straight loss (NHL)

RECAP: Bernier makes 42 saves, Red Wings defeat Canadiens (NHL)

RECAP: Capitals score 4 in 3rd to top Lightning; Kucherov injured (NHL)

RECAP: Bruins hold off Panthers to end 5-game skid (NHL)

RECAP: Rust scores twice, Penguins recover to defeat Kings in shootout (NHL)


OHL: London-Niagara game rescheduled after injury to goalie (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: Moncton fires head coach, director of player operations John Torchetti (Sportsnet)

OHL Roundup: Quinn, Rossi lead 67’s over Colts for 10th straight win (Sportsnet)

QMJHL Roundup: Tyler Hinam scores winner, Huskies edge Foreurs in OT (Sportsnet)