Morning Bag Skate: Hawks stay hot with win in Pittsburgh

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

A great win for the Hawks last night in Pittsburgh, where the team came back in overtime to score the game-winner after blowing a 2-0 lead in the third period. It was definitely a chance to appreciate what makes Artemi Panarin such a big part of the team. Onto the links!


**RECAP: Panarin steals show in 3-2 OT victory (SCH)

**An updated Top 10 prospect list for 2016 (SCH)

**Toews wiping out at practice made children laugh and me feel slightly better about myself (SCH)

**These projected ASG roster have Kane, Toews and Crawford cracking the Central team. (


**A nice look at how the Stars handled the scary Rich Peverley incident last year in "Playing for Pevs" (Stars)

**The Stars' star players got benched during an ugly loss to New York last night (Defending Big D)

**Jamie Benn then told reporters that he's letting his teammates down (Dallas Morning News)

**The Predators signed Frederick Gaudreau, the leading scorer on AHL Milwaukee, their affiliate (PHT)

**Cal Clutterbuck doesn't appreciate Lindy Ruff's accusations of diving (Newsday)


**Need someone to take the All-Star Game wayyyyyyy too serious? Sportsnet is here!! (Sportsnet)

**The Panthers are the hottest team in the NHL after sweeping a homestand recently (Miami Herald)

**A tribute to Mike Cvik, the 29-year NHL referee who officiated his final game last night (Calgary Sun)

**The NHL is implementing some form of education on domestic violence, sexual assault and sexual harassment with its players. Several teams have already been given the presentation. (PHT)

**The latest 30 Thoughts notes that Steve Yzerman won't be an easy dealer in the Drouin situation (Sportsnet)


**USA crushed Sweden yesterday to earn the bronze medal at the 2016 World Junior Championship (SCH)

**A wild finish in the gold medal game saw Finland win in overtime on a Kasperi Kapanen goal (SBN)