Found November 02, 2011 on
Chicago Breaking Sports:
Former Hawks' defenseman likes racking up points for new team but still calls Chicago offseason homeSUNRISE, Fla. — You can take Brian Campbell out of Chicago, but you can't take Chicago out of him.
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It was part one of the “Father and Son” road trip to Florida Thursday night. The Hawks have scheduled Dad/Mom road trips the last couple of years, chartering a private jet for all.
The Florida Panthers have former Hawks Skille, Versteeg, Kopecky and Campbell (plus Dale Tallon). Versteeg and Campbell, by the way, are tied for the team lead in points. The Hawks, so far this season...
Tomas Fleischmann says playing hockey these days makes him “feel like a little kid.’’
Look less excited, Soupy.
Game Time: 6:30 PM
TV/Radio: CSN-Chicago WGN 720
Last year: Panthers won 3-2 in Florida, Hawks won 4-0 at the UC
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Tonight, the Blackhawks (wait for it....wait for it....) take their talents to South Beach (Bam!) to take on Uncle Dale’s new and improved (maybe) Florida Panthers. The...
As the Chicago Blackhawks and Florida Panthers (Blackhawks South) suit up tonight, we should take a closer look at a team that can no longer be ignored. GM Dale Tallon had been brought in from Chicago in 2010 to revamp the perennial loser Panthers, who’ve been one of the least successful teams in NHL history (aside from their trip to the Cup finals in 1996). So far this season...
Jacob Markstrom, who might be the odd man out in Florida’s goaltending situation, was outstanding in a loss to Chicago.
As a kid, whenever you play a game or are in a show or whatever you do, your mom always loves it, and your dad, while supportive (hopefully) would tell you how to make it better.
Thursday, most Blackhawks dads will be pointing out they should have played a better game and were lucky to escape with a second point.
But good job, son. Now learn.
The Hawks didn't have to be...
When the Blackhawks play in Florida on Thursday, it will be as much a reunion as it will be a hockey game. Former Hawks GM Dale Tallon has taken his talents to South Beach, and has collected some familiar faces … Continue reading →
Patrick Kane scored the only goal in a shootout and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Florida Panthers 3-2 on Thursday night.
Corey Crawford stopped all three shootout attempts before Kane's backhander beat Jacob Markstrom.
Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa each scored in regulation for Chicago. Crawford stopped 41 shots.
Ed Jovanovski and Stephen Weiss scored for Florida,...
The Chicago Blackhawks seek a season-high third straight win when they pay a visit to the Florida Panthers tonight at BankAtlantic Center.