6:10 AM EST, Tue March 03, 2015
Canes Country 5 hours ago

Recap: Blackhawks 5, Hurricanes 2

Canes get blown away in the Windy City The Carolina Hurricanes were riding high on a three game winning streak but that did not translate to another good game as they were dominated at times while losing to the Chicago Blackhawks, 5-2 on Monday night in Chicago. Jonathan Toews scored the first two goals for the home team as they built a 4-0 lead before the Canes scored in the third period. Toews got behind Jordan Staal for the only goal in a slow first period in which the Hawks outshot the Canes, 7-4. Carolina opened the second period with the man advantage but Toews made it 2-0 with a...
Second City Hockey 6 hours ago

Blackhawks vs. Hurricanes final score: Toews leads way as 'Hawks rout 'Canes, 5-2

The captain took over on Monday night, leading the Blackhawks to a big win Coming off of a largely embarrassing 4-0 loss to Tampa Bay on Friday, the Blackhawks played host to a hot Carolina Hurricanes team on Monday night at the United Center. The 'Canes came into this one winners of three straight, including a dominating 5-3 performance over the Eastern conference power New York Islanders on Saturday. The Blackhawks have struggled in games prior to tonight,and were featuring two new players in key roles, so the potential for a tough loss was there. It didn't become a reality. Instead, the...

Rapid Reaction: Blackhawks 5, Hurricanes 2

CHICAGO -- Here’s a quick look at the Chicago Blackhawks' 5-2 win over the Carolina Hurricanes at the United Center on Monday: How it happened: The new-look Blackhawks broke out of their scoring slump in a big way. The Blackhawks scored more than two goals, excluding empty-netters, for the first time since Feb. 11. Captain Jonathan Toews accounted for the first two scores, including a short-hander. Brandon Saad and Marcus Kruger added second-period tallies to put the Blackhawks ahead 4-0.
Second City Hockey Feb 26, 2015

Jonathan Toews, Blackhawks deny rumors of discord in locker room

Nothing to see here, people. When members of the Chicago Blackhawks were asked about rumors of a locker room fight before the team's game against the Florida Panthers on Thursday night, the answers ranged from surprised to unconcerned. While social media went ablaze earlier in the day following a tweet from NFL analyst David Diehl, it appears there's smoke, but no fire. Jonathan Toews said there was no fistfight in #Blackhawks" dressing room. Said players were joking about it when they heard it during lunch. — Chris Kuc (@ChrisKuc) February 26, 2015 Q said the rumored #Blackhawks...

Toews: Cup still Blackhawks' goal despite Kane injury

SUNRISE, Fla. -- Jonathan Toews had a look of certainty on his face. After the Chicago Blackhawks lost forward Patrick Kane for what's expected to be 12 weeks after a cross check Tuesday night by the Florida Panthers' Alex Petrovic, uncertainty loomed. But before Thursday’s skate in preparation for a rematch with the Panthers at the BB&T Center, Toews offered reassurances. Could a Blackhawks team that currently sits in fourth place in the Western Conference standings, three points out of third, honestly make another run at the Stanley Cup?
Litter Box Cats Feb 25, 2015

Panthers' comeback nets key point in 3-2 shootout loss to Blackhawks

Big third period rally results in a .500 (2-2-1) road trip. They did it again. The kings of the shootout, or I should say, the kings of getting to the shootout shook off a two-goal, third period deficit to force overtime before eventually falling 3-2 to the Chicago Blackhawks in the dreaded skills competition. The comeback effort netted the resilient Cats a much-needed point, pulling them within two of the Boston Bruins, who lost to Vancouver last night. Chicago opened the scoring midway through the first period when Jonathan Toews lit the lamp with Alex Petrovic sitting in the penalty box...
Mile High Hockey Feb 25, 2015

Colorado Avalanche: News From Around the NHL February 25th, 2015

Yesterday I linked an article about how Larionov feels that the NHL stifles players. Raw Charge looks at the accusation. [Raw Charge] Tuukka Rask has had an insect named after him. [The Star] Steve Montador agreed to donate his brain to research five years ago. Unfortunately, the donation came much quicker than was hoped by anyone. [Boston Herald] Ben Chiarot has a broken hand fighting Daniel Winnik, expect him out for 6 weeks. [Pro Hockey Talk] Toews delivers a very serious public announcement. [SI] {Video} Gordie Howe's family is defending their choice to have a stem cell procedure done....
Litter Box Cats Feb 24, 2015

Recat: From Head To Toews

The Panthers come up short to Chicago's new Darling. The Panthers closed up their five-game road trip in the Windy City tonight with a 3-2 shootout loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. Scott Darling, the behemoth 6'6", 232 lb., 26-year-old rookie backstop making just his eighth NHL start, held the Cats scoreless until there was less than eight minutes left in regulation. He then allowed two markers within a four minute span to necessitate the extra frame. Jonathan Toews scored his 18th marker of the campaign with a power play goal halfway through the first frame on a stuff back of a rebound off...

Rapid Reaction: Bruins 6, Blackhawks 2

CHICAGO -- Here’s a quick look at the Boston Bruins' 6-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center on Sunday. How it happened: The Bruins broke open the game by outscoring the Blackhawks 4-0 in the second period. Milan Lucic, Gregory Campbell, Dougie Hamilton and Reilly Smith all scored goals in the period. The Bruins earlier built a 2-0 lead in the first period behind goals by Patrick Bergeron and Loui Eriksson. Bryan Bickell and Jonathan Toews scored the Blackhawks’ goals.
Denver Post Feb 21, 2015

Matt Duchene: Jonathan Toews "just a great guy"

Avalanche forward Matt Duchene played on Canada's 2014 Olympic gold-medal team with Chicago captain Jonathan Toews, but they had become acquainted and developed mutual respect before that.

Jonathan Toews calls out Blackhawks after loss to Avalanche

CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews witnessed one team fighting for its playoff life on Friday, and it wasn’t wearing the same sweater he had on. Toews called out the Blackhawks for their lack of effort and mental toughness as they folded in the third period Friday and lost 4-1 to the Colorado Avalanche at the United Center. The loss dropped the Blackhawks to 2-1-3 on their eight-game homestand and kept them nine points behind the Nashville Predators and five points from the St.
Rotoworld Feb 10, 2015

Jonathan Toews sets up two goals Monday - Jonathan Toews (C) Chicago Blackhawks

Jonathan Toews registered two assists in Chicago's 3-2 shootout loss to Arizona on Monday.

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