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Morning Bag Skate: 7-8-19

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

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Cam Russell

There was no news on the Blackhawks’ front Sunday.

Elsewhere in Chicago sports, the United States women’s national soccer team (Red Stars’ Morgan Brian, Tierna Davidson, Julie Ertz and Alyssa Naeher) defeated the Netherlands 2-0 to win their second-straight World Cup title. It’s the first World Cup title for Davidson, while Brian, Ertz and Naeher were all 2015 Cup team members. The USMNT (Fire midfielder Djordje Mihailovic) fell 1-0 to Mexico in the the Gold Cup final at Solider Field.

Jantel Lavendar and Kahleah Copper led the Sky past the Wings 78-66 to snap a five-game skid. Eloy Jimenez and Jose Abreau powered the White Sox by the Cubs 3-1 to salvage a split.

(Photo: Cam Russell)


Reliable, relaxed de Haan ready to refresh Blackhawks’ defense, on and off the ice (Chicago Sun-Times)

Exploring new Blackhawks forward Ryan Carpenter’s penalty kill numbers (SCH)

Blackhawks should use tandem system with Corey Crawford, Robin Lehner (SCH)

Andrew Shaw: ‘The Mutt is back baby!’ (SCH)

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


Projecting the Wild’s ideal forward lines: Is it enough to get back to the playoffs? (The Athletic)


Hurricanes officially match Sebastian Aho offer sheet (Canes Country)

Avs’ Greer, Blue Jackets’ Milano arrested in New York City brawl (New York Post)


As women’s hockey remains divided at professional level, NHL focuses on grassroots (The Athletic)