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Morning Bag Skate: 6-20-19

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

2011 NHL Entry Draft - Portraits Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images

Nothing new on the Blackhawks’ front from Wednesday.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, Willson Contreras drove in five runs to lead the Cubs past the White Sox 7-3 for a series split.

On Thursday, the United States (Morgan Brian, Tierna Davidson, Julie Ertz and Alyssa Naeher) will face Sweden for the top spot in Group F at the World Cup. The winner will play Spain in the knockout round, while the loser draws the Group E runner-up (Canada or Netherlands). The Cubs start a four-game series against the Mets.

(Photo: Adam Clendening)

BLACKHAWKS

Kucherov wins Ted Lindsay Award; Kane among finalists (SCH)

Trevor Zegras offers incredible playmaking ability for Blackhawks at No. 3 (SCH)

Blackhawks prospect Alexis Gravel invited to Canada’s camp for World Junior Summer Showcase (SCH)

Right guy, right time: How Jonathan Toews fell to the Blackhawks the last time they picked No. 3 (The Athletic)

Blackhawks prospect needs for NHL draft (SCH)

Olli Maatta trade: Expectations, impact on Blackhawks’ future (SCH)

Blackhawks NHL draft guide: Who they’ll pick, draft needs, trends and more (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

BluesRyan O’Reilly wins Frank J. Selke Trophy (Blues)

Stillman group seals the deal, now owns 100 percent of Blues (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

NHL DRAFT

SB Nation’s 2019 NHL mock draft (SCH)

NHL can thank women’s hockey for molding Jack Hughes into Barry Sanders on skates (The Washington Post)

NHL

Ducks buy out Corey Perry’s contract (Anaheim Calling)

Montreal to host 2020 NHL draft (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

Matthews will grace cover of ‘NHL 20’ (Pension Plan Puppets)

Board of Governors approves Meruelo’s purchase of Coyotes (Five For Howling)

NHL AWARDS

Lightning’s Kucherov wins Hart Trophy, Ted Lindsay Award (Raw Charge)

Vasilevskiy wins first Vezina Trophy in Lightning team history (Raw Charge)

Canucks’ Pettersson wins Calder Trophy as top rookie (The Score)

Islanders’ Lehner claims Bill Masterton Trophy (Lighthouse Hockey)

Islanders coach Barry Trotz wins 2nd Jack Adams Award (Lighthouse Hockey)

Flames’ Giordano wins first Norris Trophy (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

Bruins’ Sweeney takes home GM of the Year award (Stanley Cup of Chowder)