Morning Sports Report: Top 8 b4 8 a.m.

Panarin saves the day, Blackhawks win in shootout Daily Herald Media Group logo Morning Sports Report: Top 8 b4 8 a.m. Sports news and analysis from the Daily Herald XXXX Panarin saves the day, Blackhawks win in shootout The Blackhawks pulled out a 2-1 shootout victory over the New York Islanders at the United Center on Friday thanks to some late-game heroics by Artemi Panarin. XXXX After 36 seasons, DePaul closes chapter in Rosemont After 36 seasons, DePaul will close a chapter of its history today with its final game at the Rosemont stadium now known as the Allstate Arena. “We had a great run and that building rocked for many years," said former coach Joey Meyer. “There was a stretch there DePaul was as great as any program in the country." advertisement XXXX Breaking down 3 QBs Bears could draft The Bears are unlikely to escape the NFC North cellar, where they have resided the past three seasons, until they solidify the quarterback position. That’s their focus at the NFL Scouting Combine this week. XXXX Portis, Zipser off to a good starts as Bulls try to evaluate young players Bobby Portis had his best game of the season during Thursday’s win over Golden State. Besides trying to hang onto a playoff spot, the final stretch of the season for the Bulls is about figuring out which young players are worth keeping. advertisement XXXX Blackhawks lose Darling to injury Scott Darling is enjoying the best season of his professional career, but the Blackhawks’ goalie suffered an upper-body injury Friday morning and will miss about three weeks. XXXX White Sox release infielder Brett Lawrie Limited to 94 games in 2016, his first season with the White Sox. second baseman Brett Lawrie was released on Friday. Lawrie is still dealing with physical issues he says were caused by wearing orthotics in his shoes last year. advertisement XXXX Why Utah tackle’s career path is similar to Bears’ Long Utah offensive tackle Garett Bolles overcame a difficult childhood en route to the NFL’s Scouting Combine, while local OLs Ethan Pocic and Cameron Lee took more traditional routes. XXXX Hard to figure, but Bulls still great against the best The Bulls continued an odd trend that started last season — they play better against good teams than against opponents with losing records. After Thursday’s win, they are 10-3 at home against teams with winning records. Get more great newsletters from the Daily Herald Be the first to know – Latest News, Sports and Entertainment information delivered directly to your inbox. Click here to see what other newsletters are available. facebook icon twitter icon Contact us Daily Herald Media Group 155 E Algonquin Road, Arlington Heights, IL 60005 847-427-4300 Opt-Out of this newsletter | Opt-Out of all emails

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