Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks prospect Chad Krys, Boston University fall to Harvard in Beanpot title game
Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.
Chicago Blackhawks prospect Chad Krys and No. 4 Boston University fell 6-3 to No. 3 Harvard in the Beanpot championship game Monday at TD Garden.
Fellow Hawks prospect Dylan Sikura scored the game-winning goal with 42.7 seconds left in regulation to lead Northeastern to a 4-2 win over No. 11 Boston College in the Beanpot consolation game. Chris Calan had an assist for the Eagles.
The Hawks are currently on their bye week until Saturday.
**Why do the Hawks have a bye week? (SCH)
**Tough stretch can help young Hawks prep for playoffs (CSN)
**Hedge: Hawks should give Keith-Seabrook reunion a try (The Athletic)
**Three-point wins could lead to late-game thrills, end faux parity (Chicago Sun Times)
**Next generation of US-born NHL players cite Kane as childhood influence (The Athletic)
**Tootoo relishes sober life after years of alcohol abuse (Chicago Tribune)
**A year after Yeo firing, Wild is having a happier anniversary (Star Tribune)
**Wild place Graovac on waivers, recall two forwards from AHL (PHT)
**Smith to make his first NHL appearance in Avs net against Devils (Denver Post)
**Preds enter bye week with confidence (The Tennessean)
**RECAP: Rangers beat Blue Jackets for sixth straight win (Blueshirt Banter)
**RECAP: Coyotes, Smith shuts out Flames (Five For Howling)
**Appreciate Lundqvist while you can (Blueshirt Banter)
**Penguins’ HBK line meets Shawn Michaels (SBN)
**NHL will hold phone hearing with Nyquist after he passes on in-person talk (PHT)
**Report: Oilers interested in acquiring Brian Boyle (PHT)
**No. 3 Harvard dominates No. 4 BC for first Beanpot title since 1993 (SBNCH)
**Sikura lifts Northeastern over BC in Beanpot consolation (Boston Globe)
**WHL Monday night roundup (WHL)