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Morning Bag Skate: 6-28-19

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

Phoenix Coyotes v Chicago Blackhawks Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images

Blackhawks prospect Michal Teply was selected fourth overall by the WHL’s Winnipeg Ice in the CHL Import Draft.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, Craig Kimbrel picked up a save in his season debut in the Cubs’ 9-7 win over the Braves.

On Friday, the United States women’s national team (Red Stars’ Morgan Brian, Tierna Davidson, Julie Ertz and Alyssa Naeher) play France in a quarterfinal match at the World Cup. The Fire visit the New York Red Bulls. The Cubs host the Reds. The White Sox return home to face the Twins.

(Photo: Mark Bell)

BLACKHAWKS

CHL Import Draft: Michal Teply selected fourth overall by Winnipeg Ice (SCH)

‘Q’ & A: Joel Quenneville opens up about his firing, his legacy, his future and that famous shot ski (The Athletic)

Farewell to former foe: Goaltender Robert Luongo (SCH)

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

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

CENTRAL DIVISION

Biggest holdups and challenges facing Winnipeg heading into free agency (The Athletic)

Blues, Gunnarsson agree to 2-year, $3.5M extension (St. Lous Post-Dispatch)

Stars re-sign Taylor Fedun to 2-year deal (Defending Big D)

NHL

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

Why signing Tyler Myers could hamstring the Canucks’ future contention window (The Athletic)

Hurricanes to buy out Marleau’s contract (PHT)

HOCKEY WORLD

Hurricanes reach ECHL affiliation agreement with Greenville Swamp Rabbits (Canes Country)