Morning Bag Skate: 4 Blackhawks to play in 2017 NHL All-Star Game

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

Forwards Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, goaltender Corey Crawford and defenseman Duncan Keith will represent the Chicago Blackhawks in the NHL All-Star Game on Sunday in Los Angeles at Staples Center.


**Keith enjoys skills-competition afternoon with son (CSN)

**Kane, Keith, Toews among 10 Hawks on NHL’s Top 100 list (SCH)


**From West's top seed to .500 funk all year long; what has happened to Stars? (Dallas Morning News)

**Blues say they have the will but are still seeking the way (STLToday)

**When did it all go wrong for Avs? (Mile High Hockey)

**Wild GM Fletcher says team 'definitely' a Cup contender (Star Tribune)


**Year later, John Scott still shaking head over 2016 All-Star experience (Chicago Tribune)

**Bettman: Hurricanes not moving; Islanders exploring options within market (PHT)

**Islanders Tavares open to signing contract extension this summer (PHT)

**Gretzky to replace Tortorella as Metro Division coach at ASG (SBN)

**Watch: Goaltender Mike Smith scores from the opposite red line (SBN)

**Snoop Dogg breaks out uncensored song during Skills Competition (SBN)

**Weber wins hardest shot competition for third straight year (Habs Eyes On The Prize)

**McDavid can’t beat Larkin’s fastest skater record (PHT)


**RECAP: No. 2 Duluth wins North Star College Cup in OT (SBNCH)

**OHL Saturday night roundup (OHL)

**Arizona prospect Strome sets OHL Erie’s franchise scoring leader (OHL)