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Interesting. There really isn’t much to add here other than the man in the middle of pro wrestling royalty is George Richards from the Miami Herald. I wonder if Sgt. Slaughter gave that ink-stained wretch a taste of the old Camel Clutch. Or, at the very least, gave the guy a G.I. Joe action figure. [...]
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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...
In the scheme of things, Brian Campbell seems to imitate a point guard in basketball, sort of like Pete Maravich.
Jacob Markstrom, who might be the odd man out in Florida’s goaltending situation, was outstanding in a loss to Chicago.
SUNRISE, Fla. – The Florida Panthers today announced two upcoming events in support of USA Hockey and the NHL’s “Come Play Hockey Month” in November. The Panthers’ “Try Hockey For Free” clinic featuring G ...
How does one figure out the Panthers these days?
The Hawks biffed their dad's trip last season and lost both games.
This year they'll try to reverse that trend when the team's fathers travel to Florida to watch the Blackhawks take on the Panthers.
It starts with the Costco spree that are the Florida Panthers. As you may have heard, the Panthers had some work to do this summer to reach the salary floor after a clearout...
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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...
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,...
WHO: Lightning at Florida Panthers
The Florida Panthers have been struggling lately and hope a showdown with the Tampa Bay Lightning tonight at BankAtlantic Center will get them back on the right track.
SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Chicago Blackhawks are squaring off against some familiar faces as they take on the Florida Panthers on Thursday night at the BankAtlantic Center.