3:08 PM EDT, Fri March 27, 2015
Second City Hockey 21 mins ago

Blackhawks vs. Blue Jackets preview: No Michael Rozsival? No Michael Rozsival

The Blackhawks return to the United Center for a Friday night tilt against the red-hot Blue Jackets. David Rundblad returns to the lineup tonight as the Blackhawks (44-23-6) host the red-hot Blue Jackets (34-35-4). Rundblad is likely the only person happier than Duncan Keith is about this, as Keith won’t have to atone for the corpse he’s been saddled with as a partner lately. There’s simply no way Rundblad can be worse than the atrocity that Rozsival has been much of the season, so it’s good to see him back in the lineup. The forwards will also look differently than whatever it...
Columbus Dispatch 9 hours ago

Blue Jackets, Blackhawks at a glance

Injury update : C Brandon Dubinsky (upper body) and C Artem Anisimov (undisclosed) are probable. D Ryan Murray (ankle), RW Jack Skille (shoulder), RW David Clarkson (oblique), RW Rene Bourque (upper body), C Alexander Wennberg (infected hand) and LW Matt Calvert (concussion) are out.
The Cannon 3 hours ago

Game Preview #74 - Hot At The Right Time

The Blue Jackets look to sweep the season series from the Blackhawks while winning their seventh straight road game, all while trying to get back to .500 for the season. Yep, that's a list of things that could actually happen. Columbus Blue Jackets at Chicago Blackhawks March 27, 2015 - 8:30 pm EDTUnited...
NHL 21 hours ago
Video: Pregame Preview: Blue Jackets vs Blackhawks

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Get the latest news and updates leading up to the Columbus Blue Jackets and Chicago Blackhawks game on March 27, 2015, presented by DraftKings.

Joel Quenneville says injured Patrick Kane on 'same timetable'

Joel Quenneville offered a “We’ll see,” when asked about Patrick Kane returning from a broken collarbone sooner than expected.

Raanta not letting situation kill his vibe

ROCKFORD, Ill. -- Antti Raanta permitted himself to think about everything the first few days after the Chicago Blackhawks assigned him to the Rockford IceHogs last month. He first wondered why he was sent to the AHL despite having a 7-4-1 record, 1.89 goals-against average and .936 save percentage with the Blackhawks. The bigger question was about his future. With the Blackhawks recalling goaltender Scott Darling and then announcing a two-year extension for him, it became unclear where Raanta stood with the organization going forward.

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Chicago Tribune 17 hours ago

Micah Johnson on the fast track learning how to be a big-leaguer

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Of all the things speedy White Sox second baseman Micah Johnson does fast, learning tops the list.

Micah Johnson on the fast track learning how to be a big-leaguer

GLENDALE, Ariz. — Of all the things speedy White Sox second baseman Micah Johnson does fast, learning tops the list.
Chris Hine / Chicago Tribune 17 hours ago

NCAA tournament: Notre Dame advances past Wichita State 81-70

CLEVELAND -- The dissection seems to happen out of nowhere, with little warning, or little regard for opponents’ safety.

Teravainen puts it on himself to be better

CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks 20-year-old rookie forward Teuvo Teravainen still often refers himself as a kid. Teravainen knows he’s young and is far from being a perfect player. So when Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville decided to make Teravainen a healthy scratch against the Philadelphia Flyers on Wednesday, Teravainen accepted it and held himself accountable for being out the lineup. “I know I haven’t played maybe that good like the last couple games,” Teravainen said after practice Thursday.

Nordstrom to miss about a week; Carcillo day to day

CHICAGO -- Chicago Blackhawks forward Joakim Nordstrom will miss about a week due to an upper-body injury, Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said on Thursday. Nordstrom left Wednesday’s game against the Philadelphia Flyers after taking a hit in the third period. He did not play the final 17-plus minutes. Nordstrom has three assists, has averaged 11:52 of ice time and is a minus-5 in 35 games this season. He has been one of the team’s primary penalty-killing forwards during March.

Agent: Colgate's Baun agrees to terms with Hawks

The Chicago Blackhawks have agreed to terms with Colgate junior forward Kyle Baun on a two-year entry-level contract, his agent confirmed on Thursday. The 22-year-old Baun, who is 6-foot-4 and 202 pounds, had 14 goals, 15 assists and was a plus-14 in 38 games this season. He was named to the ECAC’s third team this season. He had 39 goals and 40 assists in 113 games over three seasons at Colgate. Baun received offers from 18 teams, according to Baun’s agent Brian Bartlett of Sports Consulting Group.
Northwest Herald Mar 26, 2015

Philadelphia Flyers roll past Chicago Blackhawks in Timonen's return

PHILADELPHIA – Kimmo Timonen heard the familiar chant from one more appreciative Flyers' crowd.

Lack of consistency again haunts Hawks as they fail to make up ground

PHILADELPHIA -- As they begin the final phase of the regular season, the Chicago Blackhawks will search for a common element that has plagued them all season: consistency. The Blackhawks, who entered the Wells Fargo Center here off a 3-1 victory Monday night in Carolina, missed a golden opportunity against the reeling Flyers, who had lost four consecutive games and whose playoff hopes were dimly lit since suffering a heartbreaking overtime loss to the Boston Bruins on March 7.

Rapid Reaction: Flyers 4, Blackhawks 1

PHILADELPHIA -- Here’s a quick look at the Philadelphia Flyers’ 4-1 over the Chicago Blackhawks on Wednesday at the Wells Fargo Center. How it happened: Philadelphia’s Wayne Simmonds scored his team-high 28th goal of the season and broke a scoreless tie when the Blackhawks had trouble clearing the zone. He took a cross ice pass from Matt Read and beat Corey Crawford to the stick side at 7:30 of the opening period. The Flyers made it 2-0 when Ryan White redirected Carlo Colaiacovo’s slapper from the point past Crawford’s stick side at 6:09 of the second period.

Maciver: Blackhawks trying to sign Paliotta

ROCKFORD, Ill. -- The Chicago Blackhawks are working to sign defenseman prospect Mike Paliotta, Blackhawks assistant general manager Norm Maciver said on Wednesday. Paliotta, a Blackhawks’ 2011 third-round draft pick, became eligible to sign with the Blackhawks when his senior collegiate season at Vermont ended last week. Paliotta’s agent Jordan Neumann said Monday that Paliotta and his family were “giving signing with the Blackhawks a tremendous amount of thought.
Chicago Tribune Mar 25, 2015

John Fox: Bears must rebuild Jay Cutler's confidence

PHOENIX -- Now that John Fox has decided to proceed with Jay Cutler as the Chicago Bears starting quarterback, there’s the task of getting him past the deficiencies that have helped prevent the Bears from becoming a perennial playoff team.

John Fox: Bears must rebuild Jay Cutler's confidence

PHOENIX -- Now that John Fox has decided to proceed with Jay Cutler as the Chicago Bears starting quarterback, there’s the task of getting him past the deficiencies that have helped prevent the Bears from becoming a perennial playoff team.

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