Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks recall Jeff Glass, assign Collin Delia to AHL

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

The Chicago Blackhawks goaltending situation continues to change as the team recalled Jeff Glass from the AHL and assigned Collin Delia to Rockford on Monday.

The Hawks have Tuesday off and won’t return to action until Wednesday, when they visit the St. Louis Blues.

Chicago remains in 22nd place in the league standings at 74 points, which gives them a 5 percent odds at the No. 1 pick in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft. The Hawks are tied with Edmonton and the New York Islanders at 74 points. Minnesota shut out the Oilers on Monday to keep the three-way tie.

The Islanders host Philadelphia and the Oilers are idle. Detroit, who has 71 points, visits Columbus.


**Hawks to honor Stan Mikita with ‘One More Shift’ (SCH)

**Toews expected to play Wednesday at St. Louis (SCH)

**Quenneville more teacher than coach lately as he awaits his Blackhawks fate (Chicago Sun-Times)

**Celebrate Blackhawks legend Scott Foster with this T-shirt (SCH)


**RECAP: Jets defeat Sens, keep Central hopes alive (Arctic Ice Hockey)

**RECAP: Blues lose to Capitals, fail to gain in playoff race (

**Blues’ Upshall out indefinitely with lacerated kidney (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**RECAP: Wild clinch playoff berth after win against Oilers (Hockey Wilderness)

**RECAP: Avs fail to gain ground in playoff race, fall to Kings (Mile High Hockey)

**Avs riding backup goalie Bernier for final playoff push (The Denver Post)


**RECAP: Matthews, Nylander help Maple Leafs top Sabres (Pension Plan Puppets)

**RECAP: Panthers edge Hurricanes, gain in playoff push (

**Canucks’ Sedin twins to retire from NHL (Nucks Misconduct)

**Twitter Reaction: Canucks should immediately retire Sedins’ numbers (Sportsnet)

**There will never be another two players like the Sedins (Sportsnet)

**Top 5 moments of Daniel and Henrik Sedin’s storied careers (Sportsnet)

**Surging Red Wings’ hurting chances in Dahlin Sweepstakes (MLive)

**Vanek proves a great fit, but is urged to shoot more (Columbus Dispatch)

**Sabres’ O’Reilly to play for Canada at Worlds (theScore)

**Senators’ Duchene turns down Canada invite to Worlds (theScore)


**QMJHL Playoffs: Remparts beat Islanders to force Game 7 (Sportsnet)