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Morning Bag Skate: 2-28-19

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

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Chicago Blackhawks v Anaheim Ducks Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images

Corey Crawford made 29 saves in his return from a concussion and Patrick Kane scored with 17 seconds left to lift the Blackhawks to a 4-3 win over Ducks on Wednesday in Anaheim. The Blackhawks return to action Saturday against the Kings in Los Angeles.

The IceHogs host Grand Rapids on Friday in Rockford.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Bulls held on to beat the Grizzlies 109-107 on Wednesday in Memphis.


RECAP: Crawford makes 29 saves in return, Blackhawks beat Ducks (SCH)

Caggiula suffers concussion after hit by Rakell (SCH)

Delia is focused on mental approach with IceHogs, AHL playoff push (SCH)

‘It’s cost me a lot’: Carcillo’s crusade comes at a price (The Athletic)


Dellow: A tale of two Central Division power plays; why Chicago’s thriving while Nashville struggles (The Athletic)

RECAP: Avs recover, top Canucks in shootout (Mile High Hockey)


Black women’s love of hockey evolves into fan club (ESPN)

Bettman says NHL seriously considering outdoor game for Hurricanes (The News&Observer)

Bettman likes Hurricanes’ post-game celebrations (The News&Observer)

RECAP: Lightning top Rangers for team-record 10th straight victory (NHL)

RECAP: Maple Leafs score 6 in win against Oilers (NHL)

RECAP: Flames edge Devils, win 7th straight (NHL)

Devils’ Mueller stretched off after scary crash into end boards (PHT)

National media should spare Islanders fans lectures on how to feel about Tavares (Lighthouse Hockey)

Coyotes sign Garland to 2-year extension (Five For Howling)

Penguins’ injury list grows as Rust, Ruhwedel out ‘longer term’ (Pensburgh)


Analyzing 7 prospects moved at trade deadline (Sportsnet)

OHL: Rangers beat Steelheads for 3rd straight win (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: Huskies beat Foreurs, extend win streak to 22 games (Sportsnet)

WHL: Focht scores 4 times as Hitmen crush Broncos (Sportsnet)