Thursday, January 6, 2011

Around The UC:

-Cullimore sent down to Rockford. Leddy called up from Rockford. Crawford starting in the net tomorrow.
Lines from today's practice:
Stalberg/Toews/Kane
Kopecky/Sharp/Hossa
Bickell/Bolland/Pisani
Brouwer/Dowell/Skille

-Kane on Sharp:"He's our go-to guy right now because he's as good as anyone in the league at getting open and finding ways to score. When you go through a stretch like that, you don't want it to end. Hopefully, he stays hot and some other players in here can get hot too."
ChicagoTribune:
Sharp isn't interested now in his strong 1st half

-"In conjunction with the National Hockey League and NBC, the Chicago Blackhawks announced today that their January 23 game against the Philadelphia Flyers at the United Center will be televised nationally on NBC. To accommodate the broadcast, the game time has been moved up to 11:30 A.M. (CT), from 3:00 P.M., as previously scheduled."
NHL.com:
Blackhawks debut on NBC Game of the Week January 23

-Kane on himself and Hossa:"We're getting the chances to score and creating some offense but now it's definitely time to start producing. You can't just have Sharp and Toews going. You have to have some other guys helping that are the go-to guys. For both of us, we take pride in scoring goals and making plays so when you're not doing that it's definitely not a good feeling."
ChicagoTribune:
Slumping Hawks' stars have to get over hump

-Article on Bickell, Crawford, Dowell, and Skille:
TheAHL.com: Worth the wait

-Stalberg:‘‘I guess I’ve had all the bad bounces you can get. So hopefully I start getting good ones, right?”
Sun-Times:
Viktor laughs at misfortune

-Keith: “If I had all the answers we’d probably be a lot better, so I don’t know. We always talk about the same things, nothing has changed. It’s a matter of blocking shots and limiting their chance, their shots from the blue line, boxing out, and getting in stick lanes. All those little things that we talk about, and it just seems like they show up in games.”
ESPNChicago:
Could be Leddy's turn to help defense

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