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VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Jonathan Toews was the second player to take the ice for the Blackhawks’ first practice following the All-Star break. A short time later, Patrick Sharp followed suit.
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The Chicago Blackhawks have activated Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp, two of their top scorers, from injured reserved for Tuesday night's game against the Vancouver Canucks.
Toews was injured on Jan. 20 when Florida's Erik Gudbranson slashed him on the wrist as he was trying to take a shot. Toews missed the All-Star game in Ottawa because of the injury.
Sharp was also...
Blackhawks winger Patrick Sharp has a broken bone in his left wrist that may require surgery following the season, but the veteran will play Tuesday night against the Canucks at Rogers Arena.
Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews will return to the lineup against the Canucks when the teams resume play after the All-Star break on Tuesday while forward Patrick Sharp is questionable for the contest.
Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp returned to the Blackhawks lineup Tuesday.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia (AP) -- The Chicago Blackhawks have activated Jonathan Toews and Patrick Sharp, two of their top scorers, from injured reserved for Tuesday night's game against the Vancouver Canucks.
Sharp also practices, 'wants to get back as fast as I can'VANCOUVER, British Columbia — Jonathan Toews was the second player to take the ice for the Blackhawks' first practice following the All-Star break. A short time later, Patrick Sharp followed suit.
A day after announcing Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews would return to the lineup after missing one game coach Joel Quenneville declared forward Patrick Sharp likely to play Tuesday night against the Vancouver Canucks.
The Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks both expect to continue their respective pushes for the top spot in the Western Conference in the final months of the season.
Trying to avoid a third straight defeat, the Blackhawks' pursuit of that goal could get an immediate boost if two of their top players return from injuries when they open a nine-game road trip against the Canucks...