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Morning Bag Skate: 7-1-19

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

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NHL: Minnesota Wild at Chicago Blackhawks Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

The Blackhawks brought back two-time Stanley Cup champion Andrew Shaw from the Canadiens on Sunday. Chicago re-acquired the power forward and a 2021 seventh-round pick in exchange for 2020 second- and seventh-round picks and a 2021 third-round selection.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, Sam Kerr scored a hat trick to lift the Red Stars to a 3-2 win at Orlando. The Sky fell 94-69 to the Sparks in Los Angeles. Lucas Giolito earned his league-leading 11th win in the White Sox’s 4-3 victory over the Twins. The Cubs’ comeback fell short in a 8-6 loss to the Reds.

On Monday, the Cubs head to Pittsburgh to start a series against the Pirates.


Blackhawks re-acquire Andrew Shaw from Canadiens for 3 draft picks (SCH)

Ryan Dzingel reportedly down to Avs, Blackhawks (SCH)

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

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


Stars will sign Joe Pavelski to three-year deal, go all-in on competitive window (The Athletic)

Duchene is expected to sign 7-year, $56 million contract with Predators (The Athletic)

Sources: Wild aggressively pursuing Mats Zuccarello, Ryan Hartman (The Athletic)

Source: Pat Maroon unlikely to be back with Blues (The Athletic)


Blue Jackets make massive, late-night offer in an attempt to keep Artemi Panarin (The Athletic)

Report: Smith to sign with Oilers, Talbot with Flames (The Score)

Report: Oilers among teams pursuing Perry (The Score)

Oilers waive Sekera for purpose of buyout (Copper N Blue)

Panthers trade Reimer to Hurricanes for Darling, 6th-round pick (Litter Box Cats)

Senators hire former Blues coach Davis Payne as assistant (Silver Seven)

Canadiens trade Deslauriers to Ducks for 2020 fourth-round pick (Sportsnet)


Why did Calder Cup-winning Checkers coach Mike Vellucci leave Hurricanes organization? (The Athletic)