Morning Bag Skate: Jonathan Toews sets Blackhawks overtime goals record

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

Jonathan Toews scored in overtime to lead the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-3 win over division rival Minnesota on Wednesday. Toews’ goal broke a tie with Marian Hossa and Patrick Sharp for him to become the franchise’s all-time overtime goal scorer at nine.


**RECAP: Toews lifts Hawks to OT win over Wild (SCH)

**Hawks probably got screwed on offsides review (SCH)

**Scotty Bowman named Order of Hockey in Canada honoree (SCH)

**Watch: Panarin is helpful in this week’s ‘Soup and a Sandwich’ (SCH)

**Hawks penalty kill is coming around (SCH)

**Havlat retires after 14 NHL seasons (SCH)

**Toews still seeking consistent linemates (Chicago Sun Times)


**Avalanche winger Matt Nieto isn’t seriously injured (Denver Post)

**Stars, Penguins reportedly talking Andre-Fleury trade (SBN)

**What if the Stars do nothing at trade deadline? (Defending Big D)


**Coyotes deny report of Portland, Seattle arena tours (SBN)

**UAE national team member Fatima Al Ali practices with Capitals (SBN)


**Watch: Frolunda’s wild Champions Hockey League victory (Puck Daddy)

**The women blazing a trail in college hockey (New York Times)