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Apr 15, 2014
Rotoworld
Patrick Sharp practiced on a line with Michal Handzus and Marian Hossa on Tuesday in preparation for the Blackhawks playoff opener on Thursday in St. Louis.
Rotoworld Apr 15, 2014

Patrick Sharp practices on new line Tuesday - Patrick Sharp (W) Chicago Blackhawks

Patrick Sharp practiced on a line with Michal Handzus and Marian Hossa on Tuesday in preparation for the Blackhawks playoff opener on Thursday in St. Louis.
Chicago Tribune Apr 10, 2014

Patrick Sharp gives Blackhawks edge they need

Winger already was having his best season but is finishing exceptionally well filling void injuries to Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews createdIn the span of about 90 seconds Wednesday night, Patrick Sharp nearly single-handedly kept the Blackhawks' hopes to move up in the Central Division alive.

Patrick Sharp gives Blackhawks edge they need

Winger already was having his best season but is finishing exceptionally well filling void injuries to Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews createdIn the span of about 90 seconds Wednesday night, Patrick Sharp nearly single-handedly kept the Blackhawks' hopes to move up in the Central Division alive.
Montreal Gazette Apr 10, 2014
In the Habs' room: Crawford keeps Hawks close until Hossa sends it to OT

In the Habs' room: Crawford keeps Hawks close until Hossa sends it to OT

CHICAGO — It’s safe to say Montreal goaltender Peter Budaj would like to have another chance to see Patrick Sharp’s shot that gave the Chicago Blackhawks a 3-2 overtime victory over the Canadiens Wednesday night. “I have to make that stop,” said Budaj, who gave up the winning goal 43 seconds into the overtime period. “It was an easy shot and even though (Sharp’s) a good scorer, I have to make that stop. It was bouncing and I tried to control the rebound, but I slipped it into my own net, so that’s on me.

Sharp continues adding to career season

CHICAGO -- Only two Chicago Blackhawks have reached 80 points in a season since 2000. Tony Amonte did so in the 1999-2000 season with 84 points. Patrick Kane was the other with 88 points during the 2009-2010 season. And now Patrick Sharp is knocking on that door. With another goal and assist in the Blackhawks' 3-2 overtime win over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday, Sharp upped his point total to 78 points this season. The Blackhawks have two regular-season games left.
Ottawa Citizen Apr 9, 2014
Sharp lifts Blackhawks past Canadiens in OT

Sharp lifts Blackhawks past Canadiens in OT

Patrick Sharp set up Marian Hossa’s tying goal in the final minute of regulation and then got the game-winner 43 seconds into overtime to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-2 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Wednesday […]
ESPN Fantasy Hockey Apr 9, 2014

Blackhawks Win In OT

Patrick Sharp's overtime goal lifted the Blackhawks past the Canadiens 3-2.
ESPN Fantasy Hockey Apr 6, 2014

Sharp, Blackhawks Dispatch Blues

Patrick Sharp scored a goal to help the injury-depleted Blackhawks double up the Blues 4-2.

Blackhawks' Sharp photobombs newlyweds

Longtime Chicago Blackhawks fans Rob and Carrie Krolak were married Friday and held their wedding reception in a United Center suite during that night's Hawks game against Carolina. During pregame warmups, they posed for photos up against the glass on the main level, where they were promptly photobombed by winger Patrick Sharp.    
Chicago Tribune Mar 27, 2014

Blackhawks' Sharp photobombs newlyweds

Longtime Chicago Blackhawks fans Rob and Carrie Krolak were married Friday and held their wedding reception in a United Center suite during that night's Hawks game against Carolina. During pregame warmups, they posed for photos up against the glass on the main level, where they were promptly photobombed by winger Patrick Sharp.    

Sharp adding playmaker label to game

CHICAGO -- Patrick Sharp is usually a go-to player for the media because he gives thoughtful and lengthy answers to most questions. Sharp sat before his dressing room stall a few times last week and took questions after practices and was his normal self, talking about upcoming games, the Central race and the team's play. All was fine until Sharp was asked about his lack of scoring. Immediately, his tone changed and his answers shortened. He remained courteous and answered the goal-related questions, but he was frustrated the focus was always on his scoring.

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