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Morning Bag Skate: 7-21-19

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

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Blackhawks v Blues Photo by Elsa/Getty Images

Nothing new on the Blackhawks on Saturday.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the Fire were shut out 2-0 by the Philadelphia Union. Javier Baez hit a go-ahead, three-run homer to lift the Cubs past the Padres 6-5. Yoan Moncada scored from first base on Jose Abreau’s single for the White Sox to top the Rays 2-1 in 11 innings.

On Sunday, the Red Stars welcome home their four World Cup champions in front of the first sold out crowd in club history against the North Carolina Courage. The Sky host the Fever. The Cubs and White Sox both play.

(Photo: Lyle Odelein)


2019 Blackhawks prospect camp: What we learned about the defensemen (SCH)

Unique summer training regimen has transformed Dylan Strome (Chicago Sun-Times)

Andrew Shaw will learn that while you can go home again, ‘Nothing will be what it was’ (The Athletic)

Blackhawks prospect Jake Ryczek signs 1-year deal with IceHogs (SCH)


Ville Husso re-signs with Blues on 1-year, 2-way deal (Sportsnet)

Avalanche have chance to boost goalie depth with Hunter Miska (Mile High Hockey)


Hurricanes, Brock McGinn avoid arbitration with 2-year deal (Canes Country)

Rangers signing of Jacob Trouba means cuts to come elsewhere, maybe sooner for Chris Kreider (The Athletic)