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Second City Hockey Mar 30, 2015

Blackhawks vs. Kings preview: Playoff positioning at stake

The Blackhawks and Kings are set to go head to head again on Monday night, but both teams wish they were in a better position in regards to the post season. After a Jonathan Toews goal with just over 30 seconds left earned them a 4-3 win in Winnipeg on Sunday night, the Blackhawks get right back to work tonight, as they'll welcome the Los Angeles Kings to the United Center. These two teams have become one of the premiere must-see matchups in the NHL in recent years, with the last three Stanley Cups being won by these two, and two consecutive 'Hawks-Kings Western Conference Finals...
Defending Big D Mar 30, 2015

Preview: Dallas Stars Seek to Extend Season Against Calgary Flames (7:30pm CST)

Just three home games remain- Get on down here. And if you must- Fox Sports Southwest tonight at 7:30pm. The Dallas Stars are still alive. Technically. The loss in Edmonton to the Oilers seemed to signal the final white-flag waving, but a win over the Vancouver Canucks to finish the trip combined with a Winnipeg Jets loss to the Chicago Blackhawks courtesy of a Jonathan Toews goal with 30 seconds to play have extended the season that just won't die for Lindy Ruff's bunch. They still need to win out- Earning 12 points in their final six games to a maximum of just six in six for Winnipeg to...
Northwest Herald Mar 29, 2015

Chicago Blackhawks beat Winnipeg Jets on Toews' late goal

WINNIPEG, Manitoba – Jonathan Toews deflected in the winning goal with 31 seconds left in regulation to lead the Blackhawks past the Winnipeg Jets, 4-3, Sunday night.

Jonathan Toews preaches urgency, delivers

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Jonathan Toews preached urgency this morning, and with 30.8 seconds left in Sunday night's game, he defined its meaning. After battling back from being down a goal on two occasions, the Chicago Blackhawks stole all the spoils on a goal from their captain with a half-minute left in regulation. The 4-3 Chicago win over the Winnipeg Jets boosted the Blackhawks back into third place in the Central Division, with a game in hand on idle Minnesota.
Artic Ice Hockey Mar 29, 2015

Instant Recap: Toews'd down

It was closer than it should have been, but in the end the Jets pulled out a loss in the end. The game starts with the Jets dominating against the Blackhawks and not cashing in on any chances. The real positive is that the Jets never gave the Hawks much of anything, which is really key to winning. Despite their superior play, the Jets allowed the loan goal of the first on the power play. With the way they played, they should have been up by 1 or more instead of trailing. The second started with the Jets continuing their strong play. They managed to tie the game up, only to fall behind again...

Hawks need to play like season depends on it

WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- Urgency isn’t exactly the word the Chicago Blackhawks would like to be talking about heading down the home stretch of the regular season, but captain Jonathan Toews couldn’t hold it back any longer on Sunday morning. It’s the word that permeated the room after the Blackhawks’ pre-game skate ahead of their match against the Winnipeg Jets -- a team that has had their number all season long. “The urgency for our team, but also for the team we are playing against tonight, is going to add to the type of game we are going to see tonight,” Toews said.
Second City Hockey Mar 24, 2015

Morning Bag Skate: Crawford shines (again); milestone Monday

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the world of hockey. That was an ugly two-point night, but it was a two-point night nonetheless. Blah. To the news: **Jonathan Toews recorded his 500th career point, and Joel Quenneville got win number 750 as the Blackhawks Corey Crawford tacked on two to Chicago's total in the standings. (SCH) **Joel Quenneville the player didn't win much, but Joel Quenneville the coach sure has. (Sun-Times) **Shocker: The Wild won again. How great would it be if St. Louis-Minnesota happened in round one? (Star Tribune) **The Senators have caught...

Crawford, Blackhawks net Quenneville his 750th win; Toews tallies 500th career point

RALEIGH, N.C. -- Corey Crawford stood up to a major shot barrage from the Carolina Hurricanes on Monday night. And the performance came at a perfect time for the Chicago Blackhawks. On the night when coach Joel Quenneville recorded his 750th career victory and Jonathan Toews his 500th career point, Andrew Shaw scored a pair of goals and Crawford stopped 43 shots to earn a 3-1 road victory. Patrick Sharp scored the other Chicago goal. The win left the Blackhawks just three points behind Central Division leader St.
New York Daily News Mar 17, 2015
Islanders fall to Jonathan Toews and Blackhawks, 4-1

Islanders fall to Jonathan Toews and Blackhawks, 4-1

Jonathan Toews scored twice and assisted on both of Marian Hossa’s goals to lead the Chicago Blackhawks past the slumping Islanders.
Second City Hockey Mar 17, 2015

Blackhawks vs. Islanders final score: Chicago leaves New York stranded, sails away with 4-1 victory

Despite Andrew Shaw's best effort to undermine the effort of his teammates, the Hawks claimed a big victory in wasting a strong Islanders club by a 4-1 count. Coming off of one of the best single period performances of the season, when they dropped four on San Jose in the third period, you had to wonder if the momentum would carry over for the Chicago Blackhawks heading into their Tuesday night tilt with the New York Islanders. Jonathan Toews, Marian Hossa and co. gave us a definitive answer, as they rolled past the Isles by a 4-1 count. It was really nice to see the Hawks get off to a fast...

Rapid Reaction: Blackhawks 4, Islanders 1

CHICAGO – Here’s a quick look at the Chicago Blackhawks’ 4-1 win over the New York Islanders on Tuesday at the United Center: How it happened: Jonathan Toews scored twice in the first period, and that was enough support for Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford. Toews surprised Islanders goalie Michal Neuvirth when he backhanded a puck in the right corner and it slid into the net. Toews later scored off a backhanded shot that went off Neuvirth’s shoulder.

Respect for Toews remains great at North Dakota

Eight years have passed since Jonathan Toews left the University of North Dakota to join the Chicago Blackhawks. Toews’ time at the school wasn’t all that long. He spent just two seasons wearing the green, black and white of North Dakota. But while the actual duration was short, his impact has been lasting. Today’s North Dakota players, including their three Blackhawks prospects Nick Mattson, Nick Schmaltz and Luke Johnson, know all about Toews’ college career.
Second City Hockey Mar 10, 2015

Could Teuvo Teravainen be the Blackhawks' best chance at saving a sinking power play?

An already mediocre power play has taken a step back without Patrick Kane, and the team knows that can't last. Is Teuvo Teravainen the team's best hope? Following the crosscheck from Alex Pavlovic that knocked Patrick Kane out of the game between the Blackhawks and Panthers on Feb. 24, Jonathan Toews scored a power play goal to put the team up, 1-0. At the time, we had no idea how badly Kane had been injured, or how exactly it would affect the team going forward. Now we know, from Kane's 12-week absence to the big trades for Antoine Vermette and Kimmo Timonen, that it wasn't going to be...

Vermette addition should help Hawks in circle

CHICAGO -- Andrew Shaw thoroughly enjoyed every time the puck dropped between Jonathan Toews and Antoine Vermette during a recent Chicago Blackhawks morning skate. Shaw was openly cheering for Vermette and talking trash to Toews. Before Vermette’s recent arrival, Shaw was the one often going up against Toews in practice and often ending up on the losing side. Shaw was finally glad to see Toews meet his match. “I was hearing guys getting excited a little bit,” Vermette said.
Second City Hockey Mar 4, 2015

What's on the salary cap books for the Blackhawks next season?

After a whole bunch of deadline moves (and amid the ongoing search for a true Cap Geek replacement), here's where the Blackhawks' cap situation sits entering the offseason. The Chicago Blackhawks look much different than they did a couple weeks ago, and this is only the beginning. The team's decision to lock up two of the game's best players, Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane, through the entirety of their primes has put in the team in a challenging, if anticipated, situation. Increasing revenues for the NHL were supposed to solve a lot of these issues, with the league's salary cap increasing...

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