Click the headline above to access In-Game Live.
Some sad news is being reported out of Hamilton, Ontario.
Former Blackhawks goaltender Ray Emery was identified as the victim in an early morning drowning at the Hamilton Harbour, according to photojournalist Andrew Collins.
Friends and first responders have identified victim in early morning drowning at the Hamilton Harbour as former @NHL goalie Ray Emery. Ray played the @ottawasenators, @NHLBlackhawks, @AnaheimDucks and the @NHLFlyers. He was swimming with several friends & never surfaced #HamOnt pic.twitter.com/QpD2tNwDzs— Andrew Collins (@ACollinsPhoto) July 15, 2018
"They went out for a swim and unfortunately he did not emerge after diving in," Insp. Marty Schulenberg told the Hamilton Spectator before Emery was reportedly identified. "We responded along with Hamilton Fire and EMS. Unfortunately, our efforts on the water and in the area just around the piers were met with negative results."
Emery played in the NHL for 10 seasons, two of which came with the Blackhawks from 2011-13.
On April 2013, Emery and Corey Crawford won the William M. Jennings Trophy, awarded to the goaltender who allows the fewest goals in the season.
Emery finished the 2012-13 Stanley Cup-winning campaign with a 17-1 record, 1.94 GAA, and .922 save percentage.
NBCSportsChicago.com preps reporter "Edgy" Tim O’Halloran spotlights 100 high school football teams in 100 days. The first 75 team profiles will focus on teams making strides across Chicagoland and elsewhere in the state. Starting July 30, we’ll unveil the @NBCSPrepsTop 25 Power Rankings, leading up to kickoff on Friday, Aug. 24.
School: Chicago Ag Science
Head coach: Shawn Finnin
Assistant coaches: Craig Dovich Vince Patterson KJ Jones Richard Price
How they fared in 2017: 6-4 (5-1 CPL Chicago Great Lakes Conference). Chicago Ag made the Class 4A state playoff field and lost to Rochelle in opening round action.
2018 Regular Season Schedule:
Aug. 24 @ Lindblom
Aug. 31 vs Hubbard
Sept 7 vs King
Sept. 14 @ Harlan
Sept. 21 @ Julian
Sept. 28 vs Marshall
Oct. 4 vs Goode
Oct. 13 @ Urban Prep Englewood
Oct. 19 vs Orr
[MORE: 41 Days to Kickoff - Bogan]
Biggest storyline: Can the Cyclones keep winning in a new conference (CPL Illini Windy City) starting this year?
Names to watch this season: TE Tony Stafford and OL Kam Williams
Biggest holes to fill: The Cyclones will need to replace 8 starters on defense lost to graduation.
EDGY's Early Take: The Cyclones had a historic season in 2017 making the IHSA state playoff field for the first time in school history. With the recent success comes a "move up" to the Illini division this fall. Look for Ag Science to rely on an experienced offense (seven starters) including four returning starters on the Cyclones offensive line from a year ago.