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Move over Vesa Toskala, Roman Turek, Dan Cloutier, Chris Osgood, and Osgood again ... and one more from Ozzie along with others, because former NHLer Hannu Toivonen has joined the undesirable club of goaltenders who've let in shots from way, way too far out.
During Wednesday's HockeyAllsvenskan derby match against Rogle, Toivonen -- who signed a 2-year deal with Malmo over the summer -- gave defenseman Jesper Jensen the easiest goal of his career after a shot from his own blue line:
The goal put Rogle up 2-0 en route to a 4-2 victory over Malmo.
Toivonen, you'll recall, was drafted by the Boston Bruins 29th overall in 2002 and played just 61 games in the NHL.
You know who's most unhappy about Toivonen's goal? Tommy Salo. Because every time something like his happens, the replay of Vladimir Kopat's
After the game Jensen told reporters (via Google translate), "It was little wonder that it became a goal. I do not know what the hell did the goalkeeper in ...
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Chicago Blackhawks stud defenseman Duncan Keith has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Florida Panthers.
The 2010 Norris Trophy winner suffered a hand injury during Monday's 4-3 overtime win over the Nashville Predators.
"We're still calling him 'day-to-day,' but he's out for Thursday's game," Chicago coach Joel Quenneville said...
from Adam L. Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times, The Blackhawks are getting some quality father-son time on their road trip to Florida. The team invited the players’ fathers along for a first-class trip, including a golf outing and a big dinner on the Atlantic coast.
The Sun-Times chatted with some of the fathers of the more feisty Hawks:
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Sam Jardine, a 2011 sixth-round pick of the Chicago Blackhawks, will lead Canada West at the 2011 World Junior 'A' Challenge, to be held Nov. 7-13 in Langley, B.C.
A 6-foot-1, 190-pound defenseman, Jardine has 5 points and 24 penalty minutes in...
SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Chicago Blackhawks will be without the services of top defenseman Duncan Keith when they face the Florida Panthers on Thursday night at BankAtlantic Center.
SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) - After a taxing win against a reworked team, Chicago Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville gave the credit to his goalie.
The Chicago Blackhawks seek a season-high third straight win when they pay a visit to the Florida Panthers tonight at BankAtlantic Center.
After a short voluntary skate and team meeting Friday morning at the St. Pete Times Forum, when asked how his team would handle the Chicago Blackhawks tonight, Tampa Bay Lightning coach Guy Boucher let out a sigh, as if to say, 'Where do I begin?"