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Morning Bag Skate: 6-27-19

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NHL Rookie Tournament - Ottawa Senators v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Claus Andersen/Getty Images

The Blackhawks announced they’ll host their development camp from July 15-19 at Fifth Third Arena. Rosters for the camp will be released at a later date.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, Fire midfielder Djordje Mihailovic and the United States men’s national team defeated Panama 1-0 to win Group D and advance to the knockout round in the CONCACAF Gold Cup.

Jose Abreau hit a two-run homer over the Green Monster in the ninth inning to lift the White Sox past the Red Sox 8-7. The Cubs’ rally came up short in a 5-3 loss to the Braves. The Sky fell 81-74 to the Mystics.

On Thursday, the Cubs host the Braves.

(Photo: Jeremy Morin)


Blackhawks in contract talks with David Kampf, per report (SCH)

GM Stan Bowman rumored to be receiving contract extension (SCH)

5 Blackhawks to play in Chicago Pro Hockey League (SCH)

SCH Podcast: NHL draft reaction, trade talk, free agency preview (SCH)

Free agent profile: Pavelski brings risk, but also high-danger chances for Blackhawks (SCH)

How de Haan fits the Blackhawks’ needs (Chicago Sun-Times)

NHL free agency: Blackhawks news, rumors, updates (SCH)


Pavelski meets with Stars, will talk to Lightning (The Score)

Duchene met with Canadiens, expected to visit Preds on Thursday (The Score)

What the Wild have been up to so far in the free-agent courting period (The Athletic)


31 Thoughts: Could short-term deals break RFA stalemates? (Sportsnet)

Golden Knights trade Haula to Hurricanes for Roy (Knights On Ice)

Panthers’ Luongo announces retirement after 19 seasons (Litter Box Cats)

Flyers re-sign Elliott to 1-year, $2M extension (Sportsnet)

Canadiens agree to 2-year deal with Mike Reilly (Sportsnet)

Report: Oilers to speak to Mike Smith (The Score)


Way-too-early picks for 2020 Hockey Hall of Fame class (ESPN)