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Morning Bag Skate: 6-25-19

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

St. Louis Blues v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

The Blackhawks acquired defenseman Calvin de Haan from the Hurricanes in a four-player trade.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, Red Stars goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher gave up her first goal of the World Cup in the United States’ 2-1 win over Spain to advance to the quarterfinals against host France. The Cubs toppled the Braves 8-3. The White Sox fell 6-5 to the Red Sox on a bases loaded infield single.

On Tuesday, the Cubs and White Sox both play.

(Photo: Legend Sebastian Caron)

BLACKHAWKS

Blackhawks acquire Calvin de Haan from Hurricanes in 4-player trade (SCH)

NHL Trade Grades: What the Calvin de Haan swap means for the Blackhawks and Hurricanes (The Athletic)

Where the Blackhawks stand with their RFAs (The Athletic)

Panarin doesn’t plan on signing with Blackhawks, per report (SCH)

Watch: Kirby Dach throws out first pitch at Cubs game (SCH)

Kirby Dach explains why he wears No. 77 (SCH)

Blackhawks tried to trade Seabrook to Canucks at NHL draft (SCH)

Blackhawks’ 2019 NHL draft class (SCH)

CENTRAL DIVISION

Roster reset: Where are Predators after trading Subban and before free agency? (The Athletic)

Stars acquire Hartman from Flyers for Pitlick (Defending Big D)

Which Blues will stay, which ones will go? (The Athletic)

NHL

How Patrik Stefan’s love for hockey has come full circle (Sportsnet)

How should Corey Perry be valued as an UFA? (Sportsnet)

Golden Knights clear important offseason hurdle with signing William Karlsson (Knights On Ice)

Flyers sign Travis Sanheim to 2-year, $6.5M (PHT)

Report: Oilers’ Puljujarvi to receive qualifying offer (The Score)

Report: Canucks don’t intend to issue qualifying offer to Hutton (The Score)

Neutral Zone: As free-agency-interview period opens, Coyotes actively pursuing offense (The Athletic)