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Morning Bag Skate: 1-25-20

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A daily look at hockey news around the world.

2020 NHL All-Star Skills Photo by Scott Rovak/NHLI via Getty Images

Patrick Kane won the inaugural shooting stars event at the NHL All-Star Skills Competition on Friday in St. Louis.

Dylan Sikura had a power-play goal and two assists in the Rockford IceHogs’ 7-4 loss to the Admirals on Friday in Milwaukee. The two teams play their final game before the AHL All-Star break Saturday at BMO Harris Bank Center in Rockford.


Patrick Kane wins Shooting Stars event at All-Star Skills (SCH)

Kane, Keith named to NHL’s all-decade first team of 2010s (SCH)

Powers Points, prospect edition: Niklas Nordgren is finally healthy and Blackhawks’ goalie depth is strong (The Athletic)

Ex-Blackhawk Anthony Duclair thriving with longer leash, more ice time with Senators (Chicago Sun-Times)

Why does Blackhawks’ power play continue to struggle? (SCH)


Blues’ Binnington wins save streak (NHL)

What’s changed with Avs prospect Shane Bowers lately? Well … everything (The Athletic)


Gretzky: Women’s involvement in ASG ‘a big step forward’ (ESPN)

Panthers to officially host 2021 NHL All-Star Game (The Score)

Islanders’ Barzal upsets Oilers’ McDavid, wins Fastest Skater (Lighthouse Hockey)

CanadiensShea Weber wins Hardest Shot for 4th time (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

Hurricanes’ Slavin wins accuracy shooting (Canes Country)


OHL: Hamilton owner disappointed by rejection of new arena bid (Sportsnet)

OHL: Dellandrea scores twice, leads Firebirds in win over Storm (Sportsnet)

QMJHL: Poulin scores 4 goals as Phoenix trounce Titan (Sportsnet)