Thursday, December 9, 2010

Around the UC:

-Coach Q: Kane "could be [skating], but I might be optimistic."
Sun-Times: Quenneville sounds encouraged by Kane's progress; other roster updates

-Crawford: "When you're winning games … sometimes going through the motions could come up to you so the biggest thing is just to keep working hard and stay focused. I'm going into every game like I have to stop every puck. That's my thought process right now."
Chicago Tribune: Crawford making himself a home in goal

-"The Blackhawks will be honoring Chicago native and future Hockey Hall of Famer Chris Chelios on Friday, Dec. 17 with "Chris Chelios Heritage Night." In addition to televising the ceremonies honoring Chelios live at 7 p.m. that day before the game between the Blackhawks and Red Wings, CSN Chicago is going to be carrying two classic Blackhawks games where Chelios played key roles, earlier in the week."
The Deep Dish: Celebrate Chris Chelios During 'Blackhawks Week' On CSN Chicago

-"Chicago Blackhawks Chairman Rocky Wirtz will sign the Blackhawks' book, One Goal Achieved, an insider's look at the team as it made history during its 2009-10 Stanley Cup Championship season, from 6-8 p.m. Dec. 16 at The Book Stall, 811 Elm St., Winnetka." Wirtz to sign Blackhawks book

-Stalberg: "That was just a good old fashioned benching. It's going to happen. It's a long year. I just have to come out and play a little harder on Saturday and make sure I play better. Simple as that."
ESPNChicago: Hawks look to learn from bad trend

-"According to Quenneville it's mostly just going with the hot hand. Crawford has a personal winning streak going of seven straight starts, which is something that hadn't been done by a Hawks rookie since Darren Pang did it in 1988." Injury news sounds encouraging for Blackhawks

-Crawford: "It's nice to play in front of this crowd. It's one of the reasons I play hockey. To play in front of those people and see them cheer."
ESPNChicago: Crawford drawing comparisons to Niemi

-PuckDaddy: Video: Patrick Sharp, Brian Campbell want to check out your box (commercial)

-All Access: Chicago Blackhawks-Men's Hockey team visits Chicago-Saint Mary's University :

-Old, but never seen it before: with Duncan Keith, Patrick Sharp, and Jonathan Toews :

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