7:59 AM EDT, Fri August 29, 2014
Second City Hockey 59 mins ago

Morning Bag Skate: The Rookie Tournament roster, Shaw as No. 2 center and AHL drug testing

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the world of hockey. We've nearly made it to the end of the week without a trade, but there's no shortage of news around the NHL on Friday morning. Let's check it out! **Teuvo Teravainen leads the Blackhawks' roster for the 2014 Rookie Tournament next month (Second City Hockey) **I'd still rather see what Brad Richards can do, but here's an argument for Andrew Shaw as No. 2 center (Blackhawk Up) **Drug testing arrives in the AHL (Pro Hockey Talk) **The third and final part of Philadelphia GM Ron Hextall's interview with SB Nation's...

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Chicago Tribune 8 hours ago

Many decisions for Bears, but biggest at safety

CLEVELAND — The Bears have one decision remaining for their starting lineup when it comes to Week 1 against the Bills but no clues were available in the exhibition finale Thursday night at FirstEnergy Stadium.
Chicago Tribune 8 hours ago

With starters resting, Bears lose 33-13 to Browns

CLEVELAND -- You can choose to assess Thursday night’s Bears exhibition game against the Browns through whatever lens you’d like.

With starters resting, Bears lose 33-13 to Browns

CLEVELAND -- You can choose to assess Thursday night’s Bears exhibition game against the Browns through whatever lens you’d like.

Teravainen, Johns on rookie tourney roster

Chicago Blackhawks prospects Teuvo Teravainen and Stephen Johns shouldn’t have to worry about knocking any rust off their games when training camp opens on Sept. 19. Teravainen and Johns, who are both expected to compete for NHL roster spots in training camp, were among the 23 players named to the Blackhawks’ 2014 Rookie Tournament roster on Thursday. The team will play three games in London, Ontario from Sept. 13-16. The roster also includes Blackhawks forward prospects Mark McNeill, Alex Broadhurst, Matt Carey, Phillip Danault, Dennis Rasmussen, Ryan Hartman, Garret Ross, defenseman...
Chicago Tribune Aug 27, 2014

Bears at Browns: What to watch

General manager Phil Emery affectionately refers to the Bears' exhibition finale as "the college all-star game," a preseason tuneup that's ultimately a chance for younger players buried down the depth chart to showcase their skills. For Emery, it's also his last chance to evaluate players under...

Bears at Browns: What to watch

General manager Phil Emery affectionately refers to the Bears' exhibition finale as "the college all-star game," a preseason tuneup that's ultimately a chance for younger players buried down the depth chart to showcase their skills. For Emery, it's also his last chance to evaluate players under...
Chicago Tribune Aug 27, 2014

Cubs Game Day: Soler 'so excited' for MLB debut

CINCINNATI -- Jorge Soler said he hasn’t been able to sleep much the past couple of nights.

Cubs Game Day: Soler 'so excited' for MLB debut

CINCINNATI -- Jorge Soler said he hasn’t been able to sleep much the past couple of nights.

Cubs will try not to put too much pressure on Jorge Soler

CINCINNATI — Rick Renteria has an immediate plan for Jorge Soler.
Chicago Tribune Aug 25, 2014

Jorge Soler to join Cubs Wednesday

The pipeline of Cubs prospects continues to flow.
Chicago Tribune Aug 25, 2014

Bears defense turns page on ugly exhibition

You can pick just about any defensive play from the first half of the Bears' 34-6 loss Friday in Seattle and understand the frustration the defense was experiencing.

Bears defense turns page on ugly exhibition

You can pick just about any defensive play from the first half of the Bears' 34-6 loss Friday in Seattle and understand the frustration the defense was experiencing.

Little League World Series final draws astounding TV ratings

Judging from the ratings, most Chicagoans spent the weekend watching Jackie Robinson West in the Little League World Series.
Chicago Tribune Aug 24, 2014

Little Leaguers 'excited to hear from president'

SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — The Jackie Robinson West team was getting ready to go live on ESPN after Sunday's loss to South Korea in the Little League World Series championship game when manager Darold Butler's phone rang.

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