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Blackhawks short-handed at practice

It was defenseman Johnny Oduya's first practice in his second stint with the Blackhawks, but his presence Thursday was overshadowed by those who didn't skate.

Five players were missing, including three who were surprise absentees: wingers Marian Hossa (rest), Nick Schmaltz (illness) and Artemi Panarin (upper body). That trio joined defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson (upper body) and center Artem Anisimov (lower body), who were expected to miss practice because of injuries.

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