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Chicago Sports Life:
Chicago Blackhawks center Jonathon Toews is hot right now. No not hot, electric. He is leading the league in goals with 17 and second in the league in points with 32. Even in a 4-3 loss to the Coyotes last night, Toews was involved in every scoring play for the Hawks. He finished the game [...]
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Center playing hurt but had 1st full practice WednesdayThe Blackhawks were back at full strength when Dave Bolland participated in drills during Wednesday's practice.
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Fri., Dec. 2: Lake Erie 4 vs. Rockford 1
> Jeremy Morin tallied Rockford’s lone goal.
> Alec Richards was tagged with the loss after replacing an injured Alexander Salak in the second period.
Sat., Dec. 3: Abbotsford 2 vs. Rock...
The Blackhawks erased a three-goal deficit to force overtime Monday night at the United Center but failed to score in OT or the shootout to snap their three-game winning streak.
Chicago Blackhawks Chairman Rocky Wirtz is heading back from the NHL's Board of Governors meeting in Pebble Beach, Calif., a happy man.
*******, do I have to do EVERYTHING around here!? Alright, give me some goalie pads. Right after I score another goal.”Let me just preface this wrap with a little complaining. Games on Versus make me want to punt kittens. I actually don’t mind Doc Emrick or even Edzo, but the combination of Pierre McGuire and the fact that I don’t get Versus in HD is the worst. Red blobs just...
The Chicago Blackhawks are seeking their third consecutive victory and hope to gain a little revenge in the process as they take on the Phoenix Coyotes on Monday night at the United Center.