Morning Bag Skate: Team USA sled team advances to semifinals at Paralympics

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

Brody Roybal of Northlake tallied five points to lead the U.S. Paralympic sled hockey team to a 8-0 win over Korea on Tuesday. Team USA, who have outscored their opponents 28-0, will face Italy in the semifinal round Thursday.

Roybal has seven goals and 11 points in three tournament games. Josh Misiewicz of La Grange (2G, 4A) and Kevin McKee of Chicago (1G, 5A) each have six points.

The Chicago Blackhawks are off until Thursday, when they visit Central Division foe Winnipeg.


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