Morning Bag Skate: Jaromir Jagr finally signs in NHL with Calgary Flames

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

Jaromir Jagr, a future Hall of Famer and NHL’s second highest scorer, will stay in the league for another year after signing a one-year, $1 million contract with the Calgary Flames.


**Hawks place Rozsival on long-term injured reserve (SCH)

**Here’s how Hawks will get cap compliant to open the 2017-18 season (SCH)

**Hawks place Tomas Jurco, 2 others on waivers (SCH)

**Hawks assign Vinnie Hinostroza to AHL (SCH)

**X-factors: How Hawks start could affect how they finish (Chicago Sun Times)

**How Sharp assisted DeBrincat in getting comfortable with Hawks (The Athletic)

**Hine: Cheering national anthem at Hawks games shouldn't silence other voices (Chicago Tribune)


**Blues set 23-man roster (St. Louis GameTime)

**Thompson earns spot on Blues' roster (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Gordo: Blues' future is rosy, but what about this year? (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

**Russo: Here's how Wild will manage the cap without injured Parise (The Athletic)

**Russo: Parise absent, Kunin, Murphy Iowa-bound, Winnik still present (The Athletic)

**Peterson: A deep dive into Devan Dubnyk's fancy stats (The Athletic)

**Claiming goaltender Malcolm Subban should be a no-brainer for Wild (Hockey Wilderness)

**Wild T25U25: Kirill Kaprizov at No. 5 (Hockey Wilderness)


**Jagr agrees to 1 year, $1M deal with Flames (Matchsticks and Gasoline)

**Report: Blue Jackets, Anderson agree to 3-year, $5.55M deal (Jackets Cannon)

**Look: Penguins unveil 2017 Stanley Cup ring (Pensburgh)

**Kings plan to give goalie Quick some necessary rest (LA Times)


**UNLV coach Nick Robone injured in shooting (Las Vegas Review-Journal)