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Morning Bag Skate: 5-21-19

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Detroit Red Wings v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

Blackhawks prospect MacKenzie Entwistle and the Guelph Storm play the Prince Albert Raiders on Tuesday at the Memorial Cup.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Sky acquired Jantel Lavender from Los Angeles in exchange for a 2020 second-round draft pick. The Fire’s Francisco Calvo (Costa Rica), Raheem Edwards (Canada) and Djordje Mihailovic (United States) were named to provisional 40-man Gold Cup rosters. The Cubs fell 5-4 to the Phillies and the White Sox were shut out 3-0 by the Astros.

On Tuesday, the Cubs and White Sox play.

(Photo: Craig Anderson)


Strome’s rapid ascent after joining Blackhawks (SCH)

Worlds: May 21 schedule (SCH)

Worlds: Day 11 recap on Blackhawks players, prospects (SCH)

Entwistle, Guelph split opening games at Memorial Cup (SCH)

Blackhawks reportedly agree to terms to Kubalik (SCH)

Blackhawks’ 2019 offseason schedule (SCH)


Sharks have faced, avoided elimination before in playoffs (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Avs Twitter is 10 years old and its impact goes well beyond 280 characters (The Athletic)


Staring at elimination (again), Sharks unwavering in their belief (The Mercury News)

Better version of Cassidy leads Bruins to Stanley Cup Final (Boston Herald)

Winter Classic fashioned Bruins Stanley Cup run (Boston Herald)

As the questions pile up for next season’s Hurricanes, one thing is certain: This team is just getting started (The Athletic)


Professional Women’s Hockey Player Association established, issues statement (The Ice Garden)

Riveters re-sign Madison Packer (The Ice Garden)

Pride re-sign Kaleigh Fratkin (The Ice Garden)

Memorial Cup: Canadiens prospect Joel Teasdale gives Huskies life (Sportsnet)

Duluth’s 97-year-old legend Sertich keeps on skating (Star Tribune)