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Morning Bag Skate: 7-29-19

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

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Chicago Black Hawks v Toronto Maple Leafs Photo by Graig Abel Collection/Getty Images

The Blackhawks wrapped up their three-day fan convention Sunday at Hilton Chicago.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, Alyssa Naeher made two saves and four different players scored in the Red Stars’ 4-0 win over the Seattle Reign. Kyle Schwarber hit a grand slam and a three-run homer to power the Cubs past the Brewers 11-4. The White Sox gave up five runs in the first inning in a 11-1 loss to the Twins.

On Monday, the Cubs and White Sox are both off.


A conversation with John McDonough, Part II: ‘If you don’t embrace change…you’re in the wrong business’ (The Athletic)

John McDonough: Marian Hossa will work for Blackhawks in the future (SCH)

Entering second year, understated Jeremy Colliton is sticking to his message — and himself (Chicago Sun-Times)

‘NHL 20’ open beta shows change to collar on Blackhawks jerseys (SCH)

Blackhawks announce 10th anniversary celebration details for 2010 Stanley Cup team (SCH)

Blackhawks Convention: News, updates and more (SCH)


Zach Parise’s hockey-life crisis: As he turns 35, Wild star ponders his past, present and future (The Athletic)


Kevin Bahl expects to impress Coyotes with more than size, physical play (NHL)


If some of the top players in women’s hockey were Pokemon (The Ice Garden)