Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks fall to Wild; acquire Anthony Duclair in trade
Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.
Brent Seabrook scored the opening goal, but Minnesota rallied with two of their own to hand the Blackhawks a 2-1 loss Wednesday at United Center in Chicago.
The Wild leapfrogged the Hawks with the win and took over the last wild card spot in the Western Conference. Chicago has Thursday off and plays Winnipeg in its second game of a six-game homestand Friday.
The Hawks shipped forwards Richard Panik and Laurent Dauphin to Arizona in exchange for forward Anthony Duclair and defenseman Adam Clendening. Duclair is expected to make his debut Hawks debut Friday, while Clendening, who was drafted No. 36 overall in 2011 by Chicago, will report to the AHL.
**RECAP: Hawks fall out of wild card spot after 2-1 loss to Wild (SCH)
**Seabrook scores in 1st game after being healthy scratched (SCH)
**Duclair expected to make Blackhawks debut Friday vs. Jets (SCH)
**Hawks trade Panik to Coyotes for Duclair in 4-player deal (SCH)
**Trade for Duclair a smart, low-risk move (SCH)
**Kane named to 2018 NHL All-Star Game (SCH)
**Ortiz: Blues continue embarrassing spiral (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)
**Avs prospect Cale Makar turns down Olympics invite from Canada (Mile High Hockey)
**Roundtable: A midseason pause for Avs - Part 2 (Mile High Hockey)
**Every NHL team’s 2017-18 season bye week in one list (SBN)
**Subban, Stamkos highlight All-Star Game rosters (SBN)
**12 biggest snubs from All-Star Game rosters (SBN)
**RECAP: Senators bounce back, defeat Maple Leafs on Pyatt’s goal (NHL.com)
**Olympic-bound DU star Troy Terry has full support of head coach, despite missing two important series (The Denver Post)