Monday, November 29, 2010

Around the UC:

This is the truest quote I have ever read, but I think he missed a few more adjectives:
"Seabrook is a solid package of size, strength, physical and mental toughness, durability, dependability, maturity, discipline, intensity, shooting ability, passing ability, skating ability, competitiveness and knowledge of the game."
ChicagoBlackhawksBlog: The Best of the Blue Line

-"Currently leading the forward race are Crosby, the Lightning's Steven Stamkos and the Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews. The Blackhawks' Duncan Keith and the Flyers' Chris Pronger are the top two defensemen, and the Canadiens' Carey Price leads all goaltenders in voting that runs until Jan. 3, 2011."
NHL.com: Toews, Keith holding on to starting spots for All-Star Game

-Bowman: ''We believe in the guys we have here,'' Bowman said. ''I like the way that we've responded in terms of our style of play over the last few weeks. ... It's really just getting this team to create their own identity. It's starting to happen. It does take some time. I see good signs.''
Sun-Times: Hawks GM's mix looking like a winning formula

-"The Hawks remain behind the Wings, who once again check in at No.1. They took Columbus down a notch by sweeping the Blue Jackets over the weekend. It dropped the previously surging Jackets to No. 10."
ESPNChicago: Blackhawks inching way back to the top

-Crawford on the Blues: “They’ve got a newer team last couple of years and I really haven’t faced them much. They’re a fast team up front and they have a couple of guys who can play with the puck from the blue line. They’re a young, energetic team and it’s going to be a good game.”
CSNChicago: Crawford earns start, Turco has no hard feelings

-PuckDaddy: What We Learned: Hockey world owes Dustin Byfuglien an apology

-Turco: “Corey is going to play, I think. He should. He has been playing great."
DailyHerald: Blackhawks' Hossa injured, but how badly?

-Keith: "We like the way we finished the road trip off for sure. It's just a matter of keeping it going at home and knowing … we have to compete and play the same way as we do on the road. It's knowing that games aren't going to be any easier just because we're in our building and taking that mindset into games is definitely going to help us out.
ChicagoTribune: After 4-2 road trip, Chicago Blackhawks have issues to address

-Stalberg: “Right when I got here in August I wasn't sure what was going to happen, but Jonathan Toews took me in and let me stay at his place in the weeks before camp and let me hang out that was great,” Stalberg said. “A small thing like that helps a new guy out a lot, especially being in a new city. I didn't have a car, stuff like that, and he was great to me."
DailyHerald: New Hawks feeling right at home

-Hot Streak Pancara Behind the Scenes with Toews and Kane :

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