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Second City Hockey May 28, 2016

Morning Bag Skate: 12 Blackhawks players named to World Cup of Hockey rosters

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. Chicago Blackhawks will be represented by 12 players at the World Cup of Hockey. Those players are Corey Crawford, Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith (Canada), Michal Kempny (Czech Republic), Marian Hossa (Europe), Ville Pokka and Teuvo Teravainen (Finland), Artem Anisimov and Artemi Panarin (Russia) and Patrick Kane (United States). Defenseman Christian Ehrhoff was also named to Europe's roster, but he is a free agent and the Hawks are likely to let him walk this summer before the tournament begins. Coach Joel...
Second City Hockey May 27, 2016

Patrick Kane officially named to Team USA roster for 2016 World Cup of Hockey

Patrick Kane has been officially named as part of Team USA's 23-man roster for 2016 World Cup of Hockey. The NHL's leading scorer during the 2015-16 season unsurprisingly will be a leading man for the Americans at the upcoming tournament in Toronto this September. Kane's inclusion on the roster is unsurprising as he's been one of the top players for Team USA for years. Long considered "the face" of American hockey, that off-ice image has taken a hit over the past year, but he's remained a part of Team USA and the league's marketing of the event. Other top forwards joining Kane on the roster...
Second City Hockey May 17, 2016

The Blackhawks need to move quickly with Artemi Panarin

Panarin has one year left on his initial NHL deal with bonuses and Stan Bowman needs to be proactive more than ever. After reaching every performance bonus escalator in his rookie season in the NHL, Artemi Panarin proved to be the player the Blackhawks needed to add to their core and more. Who can argue with an electrifying season where the 24-year-old combined with Patrick Kane to produce most of Chicago's offense? You can argue his age as a rookie or KHL experience all you want. The fact of the matter is that 30 goals scored to go with 77 points produced overall is special and has Panarin...
CSN New England May 6, 2016

Delanie Walker gets $8.2 million guaranteed in extension with Titans

The Titans and Pro Bowl tight end Delanie Walker have agreed to a two-year contract extension, per multiple reports. Walker was previously signed through 2016. Both ESPN and NFL Network reported that the extension is worth $14.7 million, $8.2 million guaranteed. A first-time Pro Bowler in 2015, Walker is coming off his best statistical season
CSN New England May 6, 2016

Curran: Amendola deal 'bad news' for Dobson

Tom E. Curran says, This feels like a win-win but whats the trickle down effect of Amendolas new contract?
CSN New England May 6, 2016

Oilers apologize to former player who is, in fact, ‘alive and well’

This stems from an error made when the Oilers organization bid farewell to Rexall Place.
CSN New England May 6, 2016

Chiefs announce signing of six draft picks

Count the Chiefs among theteamswho are getting plenty of their rookie draft picks under contract. The Chiefs have announced deals with second-round defensive lineman Chris Jones, fourth-round offensive lineman Parker Ehinger, fourth-round receiver Demarcus Robinson, fifth-round quarterback Kevin Hogan, sixth-round defensive back D.J. White, and sixth-round linebacker Dadi Nicholas. The Chiefs also have added seven
Second City Hockey May 6, 2016

Blackhawks' Patrick Kane voted 2016 Ted Lindsay Award finalist

The 27-year-old forward is up for the 'Most Outstanding Player' award as voted on by the NHLPA. Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick is one of three finalist for the Ted Lindsay Award, presented annually to the "Most Outstanding Player" in the NHL as voted by fellow NHL Player Association members. The other finalists are Jamie Benn of the Dallas Stars and Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals. The winner will be announced June 22 at the 2016 NHL Awards at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The 27-year-old Kane already has the Art Ross Trophy locked up after leading the NHL in...
CSN New England May 6, 2016

Dante Fowler Jr. injury helped spark rookie minicamp changes for Jaguars, Dolphins

As rookie minicamps commence throughout most of the league, two teams in Florida specifically have dialed back on the amount of on-field work in which players who havent played football in several months will perform. And its clear that last years season-ending ACL tear suffered by Jaguars linebacker Dante Fowler Jr., the third overall pick
CSN New England May 6, 2016

Patriots sign all but one draft pick, the one without an agent

The Patriots knocked out most of their draft pick contracts Friday, signing eight of their nine choices. The team announced they had signed all but third-round quarterback Jacoby Brissett, who has chosen to represent himself. The quarterback may begetting some degree of advice on his deal, if only an hourly rate lawyer to look over
Second City Hockey May 3, 2016

Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks' Artemi Panarin credits Artem Anisimov for secondl line's success

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the hockey world. Chicago Blackhawks' Artemi Panarin was voted a Calder Trophy finalist Monday, and he not only credits Patrick Kane but also Artem Anisimov for the team's second line success in an interview with sport-express.ru's Igor Eronko. More Panarin: Kane pumped my tires or I his? I'd say Anisimov pumped us both. He was our janitor running after us with a scoop and a pot — Igor Eronko (@IgorEronko) May 2, 2016 HAWKS **10 biggest questions facing Hawks this offseason (SCH) **Panarin voted Calder finalist...
Second City Hockey May 2, 2016

Artemi Panarin: 'I'll be upset if I don't get the Calder'

The young Russian sensation is one of the NHL's top rookies of the year. Well, we know this much: the Professional Hockey Writers Association believes Artemi Panarin is one of the top three rookies in the NHL. We won't find out if they thought he was the very best, though, until the NHL Awards on June 22 in Las Vegas. There's been a fair amount of controversy surrounding Panarin's season. How could he be voted rookie of the year when he had already spent several seasons playing professionally in the KHL? And just how many points would he have had playing without Patrick Kane, anyway? Both...

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