Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks win 5th straight, defeat Wild
Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world.
Patrick Kane scored two goals to help the Chicago Blackhawks defeat the Minnesota Wild 4-1 for their fifth straight win Sunday at United Center.
The Blackhawks are off until Thursday when they visit Dallas.
**RECAP: Hawks win 5th straight, beat Wild (SCH)
**From no-look passes to responsible defense, chemistry counts for Hawks (Chicago Sun-Times)
**RECAP: Hellebuyck, Jets shut out Blues (Arctic Ice Hockey)
**Preds’ Rinne like a proud dad about Saros’ play as backup (The Tennessean)
**Avs’ Erik Johnson to sit for 2 games after suspension (Mile High Hockey)
**RECAP: Bennett has 4 points to help Flames defeat Canucks (Matchsticks and Gasoline)
**RECAP: Gallant, Golden Knights top Panthers (Knights On Ice)
**5 potential trade partners for the struggling Penguins (Sportsnet)
**Ottawa owner talks moving Senators: ‘If it becomes a disaster, yes’ (Sportsnet)
**Pronman: Around the farms — Will Jake Evans pick Montreal or free agency? Which prospects look ready for the NHL? (The Athletic)
**Big Read: How hockey sent Lundqvist bros down different paths (Sportsnet)
**Joey Anderson named captain of Team USA (theScore)
**OHL Roundup: Commisso leads Generals to win over Storm (Sportsnet)
**WHL Roundup: Volcan has five points as Thunderbirds crush Chiefs (Sportsnet)