8:28 AM EDT, Sun March 29, 2015

Hawks offense looking Sharp in win over Sharks

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- A Chicago Blackhawks team that has struggled to score found some offense Saturday afternoon, with a breakout game from Patrick Sharp underlining a 6-2 victory over the San Jose Sharks. The Blackhawks scored four times in the third period to break open a close game, including Sharp's second goal of the contest -- the first in which he'd scored since Jan. 28, a 19-game drought. Duncan Keith, Brandon Saad, Bryan Bickell and Marian Hossa also scored to spark what had been a relatively dormant attack.
Northwest Herald Mar 14, 2015

Sharp scores twice to lead Chicago Blackhawks past Sharks

SAN JOSE, Calif. – Patrick Sharp scored his first two goals since January and Duncan Keith also broke a long scoring drought to help the Chicago Blackhawks beat the San Jose Sharks 6-2 on Saturday.
Second City Hockey Mar 14, 2015

Blackhawks vs. Sharks game thread: Part 2

It's 1-1 in San Jose. Here's your thread for the second period. Patrick Sharp finally broke his scoring slump but it's been an otherwise mediocre start for the Blackhawks, who are tied with the Sharks, 1-1, after one period. The defense has already allowed 14 shots, making Corey Crawford much busier than he was in Arizona. Luckily Sharp converted a second chance after getting in on Antti Niemi, and maybe he can get going with a few more scores going forward. Here's your new thread. Go 'Hawks!
Second City Hockey Mar 2, 2015

Patrick Sharp and the Blackhawks are done with the rumors, so we should be, too

The Blackhawks have made it clear the rumors are bunk, so let's stop wasting time talking about them. Patrick Sharp and the Chicago Blackhawks are sick of the rumors, and everyone else involved with the team should be, too. After the winger's strong statement Sunday denying the false claims that have surrounded him and the team, it's become clear that what occurred casually in the media over the past year was irresponsible and inappropriate. "It’s laughable but when it affects your family, when you have two little girls at home and your parents are calling you, it takes a toll," Sharp...

Hawks notes: Keith dismisses rumors; Oduya skates

CHICAGO -- Duncan Keith became the latest Chicago Blackhawks player to shoot down rumors surrounding the team on Monday. The Blackhawks’ Patrick Sharp, Brent Seabrook and Jonathan Toews addressed the rumors on Sunday. Sharp specifically spoke about rumors regarding his personal life and said he would consider legal action. Keith backed up Sharp on Monday. “It seems like there’s so much BS out there,” Keith said after the team’s morning skate.
Second City Hockey Mar 1, 2015

Blackhawks trade rumors 2015: Patrick Sharp's agent says team has 'no intention' of move

Sounds like Patrick Sharp will remain in Chicago for at least the remainder of the season. Contrary to rumors going around over the weekend, the Chicago Blackhawks have "no intention" of trading forward Patrick Sharp. The veteran winger's agent, Rick Curran, told Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times that GM Stan Bowman assured him a move involving his client wasn't in the works. "He’s got no intentions of trading Patrick Sharp," Curran said. With a sizable $5.9 million cap hit, Sharp's been considered a possible trade candidate in Chicago for a while, but his uneven play on the ice and...

Sharp: Rumors have taken toll, considering legal action

CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp said Sunday recent rumors about his personal life were untrue and that they had taken a toll on him and his family and he is considering legal action. “It’s been tough,” Sharp said after practice on Sunday. “As a hockey player, as a professional, you’re out there, and you’re up for grabs for on-ice play. I’m okay with that. Trade rumors, talk about my play on the ice.
Habs Eyes On The Prize Feb 28, 2015

2015 NHL Trade Deadline Speculation: Patrick Sharp a target for the Canadiens?

With the March 2nd NHL trade deadline quickly approaching, it's time to take a look at one of the biggest names that's rumoured to be on the market. There's been a fair amount of speculation regarding Patrick Sharp's future. We won't bother discussing the unsubstantiated locker room problems that some have claimed are plaguing Chicago at the moment, but we will take a look at whether or not the talented forward would be a good fit for the Canadiens. It's true that Marc Bergevin has been spotted in Chicago a few times very recently, and we all know that he was given his front office debut...

Agent: Bowman says Sharp will not be traded

Chicago Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp's agent said Saturday he has been assured by Blackhawks general Stan Bowman that Sharp isn’t on trading block despite rumors. Rick Curran, who represents Sharp, said he spoke with Bowman on Thursday. “I ran into Stan at the game in Florida Thursday night, and he assured me once again that he has no intention of trading Patrick Sharp,” Curran wrote in a text on Saturday. A source told ESPN.
Second City Hockey Feb 28, 2015

Blackhawks trade rumors 2015: Red Wings, Canadiens also interested in Patrick Sharp, per reports

Washington isn't the only team hoping to land Patrick Sharp before the trade deadline on Monday. Looks like we can add the Detroit Red Wings and Montreal Canadiens to the Patrick Sharp sweepstakes. With the Chicago Blackhawks' star winger "in play" as the trade deadline nears on March 2, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that the Red Wings, along with the Capitals, are interested in Sharp's services. The Canadiens are also interested, per David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period, giving us three top suitors for Sharp in the coming days. The news that Washington is interested in Sharp...
CSN Washington Feb 28, 2015

Barry Trotz reacts to Patrick Sharp rumors

Barry Trotz says he likes the fact the Capitals are in the midst of trade rumors involving Patrick Sharp.
Second City Hockey Feb 28, 2015

Blackhawks trade rumors 2015: Joel Ward also part of talks between Chicago, Washington, per report

Patrick Sharp reportedly wasn't the only name brought up in trade talks between the Blackhawks and Capitals. The Chicago Blackhawks and Washington Capitals may be discussing more than just Patrick Sharp. The Blackhawks have asked the Capitals about veteran forward Joel Ward, according to Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago. It's not clear whether the talks on Ward were part of the same discussion involving Sharp or part of a separate deal, but that could make some sense from a financial perspective. Sharp's large $5.9 million cap hit would be impossible for Washington to swallow without shipping...

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