Update on Coach Q: "Joel was originally admitted to the hospital early Wednesday morning due to gastrointestinal bleeding. He has been stabilized and today the cause of the bleeding was determined to be a small ulcer caused by aspirin. He is resting comfortably at the hospital and we anticipate him to make a full recovery and to be released in the next few days." (source)
More on Coach Q:
-ChicagoSun-Times: Quenneville suffered from internal bleeding
-ChicagoTribune: Victory buoys Quenneville's spirits
-A new episode of Blackhawks TV will air this Sunday at 10:30 a.m. on NBC. And guess who's back? Joey the Junior Reporter! You can check out a preview of his new segment here.
-Haviland: ‘‘I haven’t done a speech in a couple of years before a game. Once you get on the bench, you kind of get back at it. The guys were so professional. They were great. Guys were very attentive and listened. . . . It was very easy to work that bench with them.’’
ChicagoSun-Times: Hawks happy with Haviland holding Q's spot
-"Goalie Corey Crawford, center Jake Dowell and the legend Tony Esposito are all on the lineup for "WGN Radio's Chicago Blackhawks Night of Improv," a benefit for the Children's Neuroblastoma Cancer Foundation."
ChicagoTribune: Always game, Blackhawks take a shot at comedy
-Blackhawks Convention tickets are now on sale here!
-Thursday's practice videos: Haviland, Kane, and Frolik.
-"The last chance to see a current Blackhawk at Meijer in the "Cooking with the Blackhawks" series will be Feb. 25 when Jake Dowell cooks at the Orland Park Store located at 15701 South 71st Court"
ChicagoTribune: Bears' Idonije continues good works
-Haviland on Hossa: "A guy like that -- it's not that you leave it up to him -- but you need him to be ready for the games. The games are important at this time of year in February and he knows the systems and he knows what we want."
ChicagoSun-Times: Marian Hossa will get his rest
The Blackhawks take on the Blue Jackets tonight at 7:30 p.m. on CSN! I'll be there!