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Morning Bag Skate: 3-30-19

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NHL: Chicago Blackhawks at Los Angeles Kings Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

The Blackhawks visit the Kings on Saturday in Los Angeles.

The IceHogs play the first game of a back-to-back Saturday when they host the Grand Rapids Griffins.

Blackhawks prospects Ryan Shea (Northeastern) and Beau Starrett (Cornell) will clash at 4:30 p.m. in a East Regional semifinal Saturday on ESPNews.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Fire host the New York Red Bulls and the Bulls welcome the Raptors.

The Cubs look to win their first series of the season when they play the Rangers on Saturday in Arlington, Texas. The White Sox will try to win their first game of the season in Kansas City.

BLACKHAWKS

Prospects Hagel, Johnson join IceHogs in AHL (SCH)

Boqvist breaks out with 6 goals in 2 games during OHL playoffs (SCH)

Powers Points: Alex DeBrincat is the gift that keeps on giving for Blackhawks (The Athletic)

CENTRAL DIVISION

RECAP: Blues fall to Rangers, fail to clinch playoff berth (NHL)

RECAP: Preds defeat Penguins, tie for division lead (On The Forecheck)

RECAP: Avs recover against Coyotes, gain in Western wild-card race (Mile High Hockey)

RECAP: Wild defeat Golden Knights, but Vegas clinches playoff berth (Hockey Wilderness)

NHL

RECAP: Red Wings win 4th straight, defeat Devils (NHL)

RECAP: Flames top Ducks, extend lead in Pacific, Western Conference (NHL)

Report: Flames close to signing KHL goalie prospect Artyom Zagidulin (TheScore)

HOCKEY WORLD

American International stuns top seed St. Cloud State (SBN College Hockey)

Morrison scores OT winner for Notre Dame to beat Clarkson (One Foot Down)

How Arizona State built a tournament team in the desert (ESPN)

OHL: IceDogs down Battalion to advance to second round (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: Veleno leads Voltigeurs to second round (Sportsnet)

WHL: Oil Kings grab 3-2 series lead vs. Tigers (Sportsnet)

Report: Alain Vigneault to coach Canada at World Championship (TheScore)