Morning Bag Skate: Duncan Keith practices at Blackhawks training camp

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

Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith participated in practice on the first day of training camp's Red vs. White scrimmage Friday at Johnny’s IceHouse West. Keith did not play in the World Cup of Hockey to continue rehab on his right knee.

Hawks captain Jonathan Toews will play for Canada in its semifinal matchup against Chicago teammates Artem Anisimov and Artemi Panarin and Team Russia at the World Cup.


**Hawks biggest storylines entering camp (SCH)

**Keith practices as camp starts (Chicago Tribune)

**Rozsival ready to take on whatever role Hawks need (CSNC)

**Hawks Top 25 Under 25 sorted by tiers (SCH)

**Watch: TVR helps pain United Center ice (SCH)

**World Cup of Hockey semifinal field set (SCH)


**Blues sign Steen to 4-year, $23 million extension (STLGT)

**Top 10 questions entering Blues camp (STLToday)

**Former North Stars owner, president Walter Bush dies at 86 (Star Tribune)

**Boudreau emphasizes tempo on first day of Wild camp (Star Tribune)

**Fleischmann fails physical with Wild (theScore)

**Preds’ Subban is day-to-day with upper-body injury (PHT)

**Stars might be biggest loser at World Cup (PHT)

**Jets defense conundrum (AIH)


**Islanders’ Ho-Sang arrives on time to camp (LH)

**Flames’ Backlund day-to-day with concussion (PHT)

**Cleary re-signs with Red Wings’ AHL affiliate (WIIM)


**ESPN, Rogers virtual board ads changing hockey TV (Puck Daddy)