Saturday, February 26, 2011

Around the UC:

-Seabrook: "I've grown up with this group, and we've accomplished a lot over the past six years. We definitely can accomplish a lot in the future, and I hope I can be a part of it."
ChicagoTribune:
Hawks and Seabrook getting set for long-term

-Toews: “I’m really looking forward to expanding my role with The Players Cup this year."
WinnipegSun:
Toews to host tourney

-Bowman: ‘‘We believe [Seabrook has] been instrumental in getting us to the point we’re at, and he’s going to be instrumental in keeping us at this level. He’s at a good young age [25]. He’s really just entering the prime of his career.”
ChicagoSun-Times:
Seabrook extension accents 'D'

-McDonough: "We talk to our players collectively about their comportment off the ice and the importance of it. Our players' profiles are sky-high and it really has grown over the last few years. I'm very proud of Patrick and the progress he has made. He's a young kid; he's a very social kid. I think he's very aware and he understands the importance of being a Chicago Blackhawk and what that means."
ChicagoTribune:
McDonough likes Hawks' direction

-ESPNChicago:
Hawks put a premium on defensemen

-Seabrook: "Just being Canadian and being in Canada it was really unbelievable the support we had from the Canadian fans and how excited they were. I'm sure they were all sitting on the edge of their seats in overtime when Crosby scored. It was one of those things you want to take it all in and really enjoy it. To be able to win a gold medal in Canada for your country was an unbelievable feeling."
ChicagoTribune:
Hawks recall their part in Canada's hockey gold medal

-Crawford: “I don’t think we can focus on the standings and the playoffs. We have to focus on what we’re doing. We’re doing the little things — getting pucks deep, getting pucks out and not forcing anything.”
ChicagoSun-Times:
Rising Hawks can't relax now

-More photos from Sharp's photo shoot with Chicago magazine
here.

-Burish on Kane: "He's a professional. He's a young kid, but he's a professional. He understands the situations and he understands that he's a superstar and everybody's watching him, and he deals with it pretty darn good. He deals with it better than most people do. To me, he's not doing anything wrong. He's not doing anything that anybody should shake their head at."
ChicagoSun-Times:
Adam Burish comes to Patrick Kane's defense

-BlackhawksTV:
Seabrook talks contract extension


More from Blackhawks TV:
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Bowman talks Seabrook, Deadline
-McDonough on Seabrook, Playoffs
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Home Movies: Patrick Kane

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