Morning Bag Skate: Anton Forsberg to start for Blackhawks vs. Predators

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

Anton Forsberg will start in net for the Chicago Blackhawks when they make their return from the NHL All-Star break Tuesday against the Predators in Nashville.


**Crawford yet to get back on ice as Hawks resume playoff push (Chicago Sun Times)

**Neutral zone an odd area for Hawks this season (The Athletic)

**Hawks’ 10-point plan to success this season and beyond (The Athletic)

**Retooling Hawks can look to Penguins, Bruins, Kings as role models (Chicago Sun Times)


**LeBrun: Central Division teams could drive up trade deadline prices by bidding on same players (The Athletic)

**Jets lose Trouba for 6 to 8 weeks with ankle injury (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**With his sons loving every minute, Wild’s Eric Staal caps All-Star weekend (The Athletic)

**Avs rookie Girard is 19, only 162 pounds and somehow one of the NHL’s most pesky defensemen (The Denver Post)

**Blues rookies Thompson, Dunn urged to shoot the puck (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Hochman: Blues won’t go far without Allen being strong (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)


**Pronman: Midseason 2018 NHL Draft Rankings (The Athletic)

**Jagr terminates contract with Flames, will play in Czech Republic (SBN)

**Jagr deserved to end his NHL career on a high note, not on waivers (SBN)

**Islanders to return to Nassau Coliseum on part-time basis (Lighthouse Hockey)

**Custance: Appetite to change the NHL playoff system is increasing (The Athletic)


**CHL Notebook: Flyers hopeful Hart zeroing in on WHL shutout record (Sportsnet)