Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks snap 3-game skid with win over Oilers
Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.
Jeff Glass made 42 saves in his NHL debut, and Patrick Kane scored 50 seconds into overtime to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 4-3 win against the Edmonton Oilers on Friday at Rogers Place.
Ryan Hartman, Alex DeBrincat and Jordan Oesterle scored in regulation for the Blackhawks (18-14-5), who ended a three-game losing streak. Chicago visits Calgary on Sunday night.
In World Juniors action, Chicago prospect Artur Kayumov had a goal and an assist in Russia’s 5-2 victory over Belarus on Friday. Kayumov is tied with St. Louis prospect Klim Kostin for the tournament lead in scoring with both players registering three goals and two assists in three games. Russia will conclude group play against Sweden on Sunday.
**RECAP: Glass boosts Blackhawks past Oilers in OT in NHL debut (SCH)
**Hawks place Artem Anisimov on injured reserve (SCH)
**10 Hawks things to watch before All-Star break (SCH)
**Taking Hawks GM Bowman back to the place that helped shape him — Notre Dame (Chicago Tribune)
**RECAP: Granlund hat trick propels Wild against Predators (Hockey Wilderness)
**Predators want prospect Tolvanen in NHL this season (The Tennessean)
**RECAP: Radulov scores twice, powers Stars past Blues (Defending Big D)
**RECAP: Hellebuyck makes 42 saves in Jets win against Islanders (Winnipeg Free Press)
**RECAP: Avs defeat Maple Leafs in OT to spoil Pickard debut (Mile High Hockey)
**Jagr moves into 3rd on all-time regular-season games played list (theScore)
**RECAP: Ristolainen, Sabres hand Devils first loss in six games (NHL.com)
**RECAP: Senators rally to defeat Blue Jackets (Silver Seven)
**RECAP: Red Wings end 3-game losing streak, defeat Rangers (Winging It In Motown)
**RECAP: Flyers end Lightning home winning streak at eight (Broad Street Hockey)
**RECAP: Ward boosts Hurricanes past Penguins for 4th straight win (Canes Country)
**RECAP: Rakell has 2 points, Ducks defeat Flames (NHL.com)
**Report: Senators GM open to trades for any player except Karlsson, Stone (Ottawa Sun)
**USA wins another shootout thriller over Canada at WJC (SBN)
**Best outdoor photos from USA vs. Canada (SBN)
**How USA bested Canada once again (SBN)
**2018 World Juniors: Schedule, how to watch, scores, results (SCH)
**Pronman: 2018 World Juniors daily scouting journal (The Athletic)