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Chicago Blackhawks forward Jonathan Toews and defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson each remain sidelined with upper-body injuries.
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On Feb. 15, we looked at the impact Niklas Hjalmarsson makes on the Chicago Blackhawks lineup. At that point, he had missed three games (all road losses), and the Hawks had been outscored 11-5 in those three games. There was … Continue reading →
from Barry Rozner of the Chicago Daily-Herald, It’s a question no one wants to ponder, but it’s one that has to be asked:
Should the Blackhawks consider shutting down Jonathan Toews for the rest of the season?
If you know anything about Toews, you also know his answer would be, “Not a chance.”
But Toews has already missed five games, having played perhaps as many as six...
Chicago Blackhawks center Jonathan Toews will miss his fifth straight game on Wednesday against the Toronto Maple Leafs.The Chicago captain has been out more than a week with an upper-body injury and is listed as day-to-day."Toews is the same, He didn't skate today, about the same, he's been the last few days. No Progress," said coach Joel Quenneville on Tuesday...
Niklas Hjalmarsson is progressing in his recovery from an upper-body injury -- believed to be concussion symptoms -- but won't play for the Blackhawks on Wednesday night when they face the Maple Leafs at the United Center.
Though Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews is progressing he won't travel with the team as it embarks on a three-game road trip, coach Joel Quenneville announced on Thursday.
The Blackhawks have won just four times in their last 16 games. General manager Stan Bowman added but one player at the trade deadline, defenseman Johnny Oduya.Top center Jonathan Toews is still injured, apparently with a concussion. He hasn't resumed skating and may not for some time.
So it’s up to coach Joel Quenneville to guide Chicago back on a winning track for the final...