Morning Bag Skate: One more day of training camp

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

Preseason hockey has started elsewhere in the league, and soon enough, the Blackhawks will get in on the exhibition action as well. Until then, the team has a final scrimmage scheduled for Monday at the University of Notre Dame, but most importantly, this is the final day without any Blackhawks hockey to talk about. Onto the news!

**At training camp, Kris Versteeg discussed his struggles down the stretch last season (Second City Hockey)

**Stan Bowman isn't worried about no stinkin' salary cap (Second City Hockey)

**The Hawks hope that smart usage will be able to keep Marian Hossa healthy throughout the season (CSN Chicago)

**Do the Penguins have the best third jerseys in hockey now? We might have to expand this debate into a full post, because the new Pittsburgh digs are indeed awesome. (SB Nation)

**Some notes from Day 1 of training camp if you missed it over the weekend (Second City Hockey)

**Joe Sakic has already pretty much been running the show in Colorado, but now he's officially added the title of general manager (Avalanche)

**Claude Giroux's injury will only keep him out a couple weeks, much to the relief of Flyers fans everywhere (Flyers)

**In the meantime, Philadelphia will move Brayden Schenn over to center while Giroux recovers (Pro Hockey Talk)

**An early setback for Arizona first-rounder Brendan Perlini, who has suffered a broken hand (AZ Central)

**There's been concern surrounding Bobby Ryan after the Senators star took a big hit to the head during camp, though he appears to be alright (Pro Hockey Talk)

**KHL teams might be pursuing Ryan Johansen as his talks with Columbus stall, but CSKA Moscow GM Sergei Federov says his team won't be making an offer (Puck Daddy)