Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks visit Andrew Ladd, Islanders
Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.
The Chicago Blackhawks visit former two-time Hawk Andrew Ladd and the New York Islanders on Thursday at Barclays Center.
Laad helped Chicago win a Stanley Cup in 2010 and was re-acquired at the trade deadline last February. In the offseason, he signed a seven-year contract worth $38.5 million with the Islanders.
**Daley-Scuderi trade still having an impact (SCH)
**Darling: ‘I’m still auditioning for Blackhawks’ (SCH)
**Anisimov keeps scoring key goals (Chicago Tribune)
**Decision to play van Riemsdyk over Kempny is complicated (SCH)
**RECAP: Flyers hold off Avs for 10th straight win (Mile High Hockey)
**Is it time for Jets to fire head coach Paul Maurice? (Arctic Ice Hockey)
**RECAP: Sharks defeat Sens in shootout (Fear The Fin)
**RECAP: Rust scores in OT for Penguins 7th straight win (Pensburgh)
**RECAP: Boyle, Killorn power Lightning past Flames (Raw Charge)
**Kings rule out Quick until March (PHT)
**Panthers owner says nothing has changed in Dale Tallon’s role (Sportsnet)
**Canada makes final cuts from WJC selection camp roster (Sportsnet)
**UND’s Boeser undergoes wrist surgery, won’t play for U.S. at WJC (SBNCH)
**OHL Wednesday night roundup (OHL)
**WHL Wednesday night roundup (WHL)