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Chicago Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews will not play against the Los Angeles Kings Sunday but is expected to return to action against the St. Louis Blues Tuesday.Toews has been recovering from a concussion and skated with the team this past week. The Blackhawks have been happy with his recovery, which has sidelined the their captain since Feb. 19. Chicago has gone 5-4 without Toews in the lineup, including a 4-3 win over the East-leading New York Rangers Friday.“I always think the next game will be the time,” Toews told CSNChicago.com. “I’d love to be in on Tuesday but I need to focus on this afternoon, worry about those little things right now. It’s just one step at a time and hopefully it’ll be sooner than later at this point.”Toews has 29 goals and 28 assists in 59 games this season.
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Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews thought he’d be playing by now.
He thought he was healing quickly from a concussion suffered last month. It takes time, however. And, lately, he’s come to terms to realize what it takes to overcome a concussion, and what not to do to fall into the same trap as players like Sidney Crosby.
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The Blackhawks announced on Monday morning that they had reached an agreement with injured forward Daniel Carcillo for two more years. Carcillo had 11 points (2 goals, 9 assists), 82 penalty minutes and was plus-ten rating in 28 games before a knee … Continue reading →
At the trade deadline, the only addition to the Blackhawks roster was defenseman Johnny Oduya. Most fans thought GM Stan Bowman didn’t do enough, and Oduya wasn’t big enough or physical enough to fix what was supposedly broken with the … Continue reading →
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LA KINGS31-25-1274 pts, 11th in Western ConferencevsCHICAGO BLACKHAWKS37-25-781 pts, 6th in Western Conference
Kings Lead Season Series 2-1
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Notrious wannabe bad boy Daniel Carcillo was given a two-year contract extension on Monday, this coming after a injury in January that put him out for the season.
Carcillo was suspended twice this season, including for the hit in which he injured himself. He will be paid an average of $825,000 per year, according to ESPN’s Pierre LeBrun.
The Chicago Blackhawks have had nine rookies in the lineup this year and they have been impressive thus far in the 2011/2012 season. The forward depth for the Blackhawks has been questioned since the dismantling of the team after their 2009/2010 Stanley Cup victory in which they’ve lost the following players seen in a line-up [...]
Johnny Oduya and the Chicago Blackhawks took full advantage of a handful of late chances - and New York mistakes.
Oduya scored his first goal for Chicago with 5:56 left in the third period to snap a tie in the Blackhawks' 4-3 comeback victory over the Rangers on Friday night.
Chicago handed the Eastern Conference-leading Rangers their third straight loss and fourth in five...
Daniel Carcillo was signed to a two year extension at an average of $825,000 per year as reported by Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune. Carcillo, 27, is currently on the mend recovering from surgery from a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on his questionable hit on the Edmonton Oilers and now [...]
Last night's bout between Mike Rupp and Brandon Bollig was one of the better fights I've seen. Rupp lands at least five haymakers to Bolligs face.
...i've haven't seen someone take that many consecutive punches to the face since...nevermind I'll leave Dubinsky alone....it's nice to see a Rangers tough guy actually live up to expectations. According...
Patrick Kane’s empty-net goal held up as the game-winner as the Blackhawks beat the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers again on Friday night. Kane was one of four Blackhawks with two points in the game, including defenseman Johnny Oduya. Oduya flashed … Continue reading →
CHICAGO, March 12—The Blackhawks have “agreed to terms” with forward Daniel Carcillo on a two-year contract extension.
Carcillo, 26, is amongst one of the NHL’s roughest players and it seems like he has finally found a home after stints with the Pittsburgh Penguins, Philadelphia Flyers and the Phoenix Coyotes.
He’s put down such deep roots that he has his own classic...
Defenseman Johnny Oduya scored his first goal for Chicago with 5:56 left in the third period to snap a tie in the Blackhawks' 4-3 comeback victory over the New York Rangers on Friday night.
Chicago handed the Eastern Conference-leading Rangers their third straight loss and fourth in five games.
Oduya connected from the left point with a shot that sailed past Henrik Lundqvist...
The Blackhawks announced they have extended the contract of Daniel Carcillo for two more years.