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  1. Don't expect Hawks to take it easy on each other in Olympics

    JESSE ROGERS

    Teammate becomes foe. Friend becomes enemy. So it goes for the Olympics when it comes to men's hockey. As the tournament begins, six Chicago Blackhawks will disperse to three different teams and then fight it out for gold in Vancouver. Jonathan...

    Blog | February 14, 2010
  2. Blackhawks' Hossa doubtful vs. Columbus

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    Call it a bad night for the two Chicago Blackhawks who are slated to play for Slovakia in the men's hockey tournament that starts Tuesday at the Winter Games in Vancouver. Star forward Marian Hossa left the contest against the Atlanta Thrashers on...

    Blog | February 14, 2010
  3. Kopecky excited to be on line with Hossa

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    He may not say it but Tomas Kopecky must have been as surprised as anyone when coach Joel Quenneville announced new line combinations in meetings before the Chicago Blackhawks took on the St. Louis Blues on Saturday. Kopecky wound up playing with ...

    Blog | February 08, 2010
  4. Blackhawks news and notes

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    I arrived at practice late on Thursday, having attended the Rocky Wirtz "Lunch With a Legend" radio show on ESPN 1000. The theme with the Chicago Blackhawks right now is avoiding the turnovers and making the simple plays. It's actually been a narrati...

    Blog | February 04, 2010
  5. Rocky Wirtz wants Blackhawks on top 'for many years'

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    CHICAGO -- He knew in sixth grade that he would someday run the Chicago Blackhawks, and now Rocky Wirtz is arguably the city's most popular owner. The Hawks boss was the featured guest on the "Waddle & Silvy" Lunch with a Legend series Thursday o...

    Blog | February 04, 2010
  6. Bolland should get physical welcome back

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    Dave Bolland will have a nice, easy, skating game on Wednesday in his return from November back surgery. Not. The St. Louis Blues are in town, which means nothing will come easy. The Blues like to muck it up, and at times, play the physical ang...

    Blog | February 03, 2010
  7. Huet re-ignites Hawks' goaltending debate

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    If you had visions of a perfect road trip, the Hawks and Cristobal Huet took the drama away from it, losing 4-1 to the Ottawa Senators. Huet gave up at least two he might want to have back, while the Hawks' offense managed only a Marian Hossa shor...

    Blog | January 19, 2010
  8. Hawks pulling off rare top-five

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    You want some more good news? Very quietly the Chicago Blackhawks' power play has moved into fifth place in the NHL. They are scoring at a 20.8-percent clip. It's been a long, slow climb, and it's not a surprise the addition of Marian Hossa coinci...

    Blog | January 15, 2010
  9. Ducks hand Hawks second straight loss

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    Joel Quenneville was clear about his point. The Chicago Blackhawks aren't playing much different over the last four periods -- during which they've scored just one goal -- compared to when they were lighting the lamp with regularity. The differenc...

    Blog | January 10, 2010
  10. Marian Hossa held out of Blackhawks-Ducks game

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    Marian Hossa is scratched from Sunday night's game against the Anaheim Ducks with a "lower body" injury. He's been declared day to day by the Chicago Blackhawks. Hossa played the whole game on Saturday in the Hawks 6-5 loss to Minnesota includi...

    Blog | January 10, 2010
  11. Hawks' Hossa heating up

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    Memo to NHL goaltenders: Marian Hossa is heating up. His second straight two-goal game helped the Hawks to a 4-1 win over Minnesota, despite a slow start by the home team. There's no doubt Hossa is starting to return to is old, dangerous self. ...

    Blog | January 05, 2010
  12. Start of second half has familiar feel

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    The second half of the season began the same way the first half ended. With a resounding victory against an opponent that was clearly overmatched. Playing undermanned, on the road, and against the elite Chicago Blackhawks is no way to go through l...

    Blog | January 03, 2010
  13. Hawks-Stars: Postgame observations

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    There it was. The game on Marian Hossa's stick. The $8 million man had a short-handed breakaway to put the Hawks in front of an inspired Stars team, but there was only one problem: He wasn't able to finish. On the other end, moments later, Steve Ott ...

    Blog | December 29, 2009
  14. Blackhawks-Red Wings notes: Will Antii Niemi be back?

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    DETROIT -- Not many lumps of coal to pass around the Hawks organization these days. Not when you're 24-9-3 at the Christmas break and have shut out your long time nemesis twice in four days-with two different goaltenders no less: -- Detroit coach ...

    Blog | December 24, 2009
  15. Seabrook, Keith look out of sync

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    It wasn't all bad Tuesday night against the San Jose Sharks. In fact, the players were harder on themselves than I was. Defensively, there were mistakes, but offensively, I thought the shot selection wasn't too bad. Let's face it, when you have th...

    Blog | December 23, 2009