Morning Bag Skate: 4 Blackhawks prospects named to preliminary rosters for World Juniors

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

The Chicago Blackhawks prospects Alex DeBrincat and Chad Krys (USA) and Lucas Carlsson and John Dahlström (Sweden) were named to preliminary rosters for the World Junior Championships for their respective countries.

Chicago hosts the Arizona Coyotes on Tuesday night at United Center.


**Hossa’s return to form may not quite last (SCH)

**Darling steps in at tricky time (Sun Times)

**KHL’s Maxim Shalunov could still be part of Hawks’ future (The Athletic)

**DeBrincat, Krys make Team USA’s camp roster (SCH)

**Carlsson, Dahlstrom make Sweden’s camp roster (SCH)

**Week Ahead: Chicago host 3 games (SCH)

**Quenneville says Toews ‘is not getting better’ (SCH)

**Forsling will stay with Hawks all season (SCH)


**Former Avs player Svatos died of drug overdose (Denver Post)

**Landeskog joins Avs practice, Goloubef joins his new team (Denver Post)


**RECAP: Pastrnak scores twice in Bruins win (

**RECAP: Rust, Penguins surge past Senators (Pensburgh)

**RECAP: Johansson gives Caps OT win over Sabres (Japers’ Rink)

**RECAP: Gagner gets 4 points in Blue Jackets win (Jackets Cannon)

**Bruins’ Beleskey out 6 weeks with right knee injury (Stanley Cup of Chowder)

**Canadiens’ Galchenyuk out indefinitely (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

**Canucks’ Dorsett to have neck surgery, out indefinitely (PHT)

**Flyers’ Read out 4 weeks with reported oblique muscle pull (Broad Street Hockey)

**Maple Leafs place Enroth on waivers (Pension Plan Puppets)


**Potential No. 1 overall pick Nolan Patrick to miss World Juniors (Brandon Sun)

**Will Lockwood emerging at Michigan (SBNCH)

**Finland’s preliminary World Juniors roster (SBNCH)