Morning Bag Skate: Patrick Kane among greatest players to never play college hockey

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

Chicago Blackhawks star winger Patrick Kane was named one of the top players to never play college hockey by SB Nation College Hockey’s Chris Dilks. Kane was  set to play for Boston University, but decided to play with the London Knights of the Ontario Hockey League then join the Blackhawks after being drafted first overall.


**Panarin addresses his trade to Columbus in Q&A with Russian reporter (SCH)

**Hawks T25U25: Tim Soderlund debuts at No. 18 (SCH)

**Who is missing from last year’s list, and why (SCH)

**SCH GIF Tournament: Kane scores while levitating vs Russian head pats (SCH)

**Hawks T25U25: Tomas Jurco at No. 19 (SCH)

**Kane named NHL’s best winger by NHL Network (SCH)

**SCH GIF Tournament: Honk honk vs I dunno (SCH)


**Blues ownership takes St. Louis comptroller to court over financing (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Preds T25U25: Colton Sissons at No. 8 (On The Forecheck)

**Jets TU25U25: Nicolas Petan at No. 10 (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**Avs T25U25: Cale Makar at No. 7 (Mile High Hockey)


**NHL’s T25U25: Follow the complete list (SBN)

**NHL’s T25U25: Johnny Gaudreau’s explosive creativity ranks No. 9 (SBN)

**NHL’s T25U25: Pittsburgh’s Matt Murray at No. 10 (SBN)

**Everything you need to know about Will Butcher, the NHL’s next top college free agent (SBN)

**Bruins GM says David Pastrnak will not be traded (SBN)

**Eichel, Sabres set for fresh start (


**Best players to never play college hockey (SBNCH)