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Jonathan Toews is one of the most reserved star players in the NHL, so seeing him open up a bit after the Blackhawks won their second Stanley Cup in four years was pretty great. Check out the captain moonwalking on the TD Garden ice following the win.
[Eye on Hockey]
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After celebrating their Stanley Cup win in the locker room, Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews and some of his teammates took the celebration out onto the ice. The Bruins TD Garden was completely empty and Toews did a little shimmy and then moonwalked on the ice. It was cool to see “Captain Serious” having fun and letting loose.
[Eye on Hockey]
After returning home to Chicago after winning the Stanley Cup, Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews went crowd surfing at a Chicago Bar called the Board Room. Looks like it’s going to be an awesome summer for the Blackhawks and their captain.
[The Big Lead]
Johnny Boychuk will be on the ice on Monday night.
The Bruins defenseman will not face supplemental discipline for his hit on Jonathan Toews, as first reported by Darren Dreger of TSN. Boychuk hit Toews high midway through the second period. Toews came out of the game and did not return. His injury was described as “upper body.”
The hit did not draw a penalty on the ice. It was...
The playoff beard never quite came in for Jonathan Toews. Same for Patrick Kane.
It's OK. It looks as if they are going to get plenty of practice in the coming years.
The Chicago Blackhawks will be able to bring back much of their young core of top players next season when they try to become the first repeat Stanley Cup winner since the Detroit Red Wings in 1997 and 1998.
Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville says forward Jonathan Toews is ''100 percent ready to go'' for Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final against the Boston Bruins.
Quenneville says the Selke Trophy winner felt fine on Sunday and in the morning skate at the TD Garden on Monday.
The Bruins are a little less certain about Patrice Bergeron, who's their top forward...
Jonathan Toews is "doing much better." Patrice Bergeron is "day-to-day." The questions about Marian Hossa and Nathan Horton have subsided, even though both are likely still hurting.
Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final could come down to which team is healthier Monday night at TD Garden, although -- as is often the case this time of year -- it's difficult to judge...
I was out of town at a WoO race in Fergus Falls, MN, but I did see the hit in question last night on my iPhone. I showed the video to the guy I was at the races with and said, "Boychuk is going to get suspended by the NHL for this hit." Apparently, the NHL saw fit not to suspend Johnny Boychuk for game six. The NHL didn't even have a hearing and ruled it was a legal...
The Chicago Blackhawks are the 2013 Stanley Cup champions. The Blackhawks stunned the Boston Bruins Monday night with a 3-2 victory after Bryan Bickell and Dave Bolland scored 17 seconds apart in the final 1:16 of the game. Jonathan Toews returned from injury to add a goal,
from Eric Duhatschek of the Globe and Mail,
So Monday night, the Stanley Cup will be waiting in the wings for the Chicago Blackhawks, who have a chance to win it for the second time in four years, even as Chicago’s captain, Jonathan Toews, and Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins are questionable for the game because of injuries sustained Saturday in a 3-1 Blackhawks victory...
It was a familiar scene that played out in last night’s Game 5 of the Stanley Cup. There was solid all round play from Jonathan Toews, great goal scoring from Patrick Kane and the goal tender always stepping forward at just the right time. The Chicago Blackhawks once again have the Stanley Cup in reach, and their 3-1 win over the Boston Bruins was tantamount to hitting the jackpot...
Boy howdy. The NHL did not suspend Boston Bruins Johnny Boychuk for his hit to Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews,' erm...Upper back...and the Chicago Tribune's Steve Rosenbloom subsequently blew a gasket:
The NHL had a chance to send a message about the unacceptability of head-hunting hits such as the one Boston’s Johnny Boychuk delivered to Jonathan Toews...
The Globe and Mail's Eric Duhatschek believes that the Stanley Cup Final has been nothing less than "epic," and he believes that it will deliver a conclusion fitting for an abbreviated 2013 season jam-packed with dramatic action:
Monday night, the Stanley Cup will be waiting in the wings for the Chicago Blackhawks, who have a chance to win it for the second time...
All right! Interesting perspective, no mystery that the NHL isn’t consistent in their call of the head shots, it’s well documented. Here’s my question; why is it, that players like Dustin Brown of the L.A. Kings has been able to get away with many of the same kind of hits for so long? Most of them have been deemed hockey hits, just like the hit that Brown put on Toews in the...