Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks suffer first home loss to Canadiens in 15 years

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

Charlie Lindgren made 38 saves for his first NHL shutout in the Montreal Canadiens' 2-0 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday at United Center. It’s Chicago’s first home loss against Montreal since Feb. 27, 2002.


**RECAP: Third period dooms Hawks in loss to Habs (SCH)

**Anisimov providing some spark for power play (Chicago Tribune)

**DeBrincat showing he’s more than just a goal-scorer (Chicago Sun Times)

**Hayden goes on offensive in new role (Chicago Sun Times)


**Dissecting the Duchene trade from Avs perspective (Mile High Hockey)

**Avalanche receive enough for Duchene? (SBN)

**Avalanche are ready to move on without Duchene (SBN)

**Preds sign Turris to 6-year, $36M extension following trade  (On The Forecheck)

**Who is new Predators center Kyle Turris? (The Tennessean)

**RECAP: Barzal has 5 assists, Islanders defeat Avalanche (Mile High Hockey)

**Lindholm suffers a broken jaw, Avs take another hit to their blue line (The Denver Post)

**Blues' defensemen are scoring prolifically (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Coyle stays upbeat despite exhaustive rehab, lost chance to play at home in Boston (The Athletic)


**Duchene trade is a win for the Senators – here's why (The Athletic)

**With Duchene and Turris traded, where will Blue Jackets turn? (The Athletic)

**RECAP: Mrazek helps Red Wings shut out Oilers (Winging It In Motown)

**RECAP: Tkachuk, Flames defeat Devils in shootout (Matchsticks and Gasoline)


**OHL Roundup: Michnac hat trick powers Steelheads past Petes (Sportsnet)

**QMJHL Roundup: Forest scores winner as Oceanic beat Huskies in OT (Sportsnet)

**WHL Roundup: Yeryomenko scores twice to lift Hitmen past Hurricanes (Sportsnet)