Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Around the UC:
2010-11 Photos of the Year

-Team physician Dr. Michael Terry: “Chris Campoli underwent successful right knee surgery on Tuesday afternoon to repair a torn meniscus. The procedure went very well and he will gradually return to normal off-season workouts. I anticipate a full recovery in approximately two months."
Campoli undergoes successful knee surgery

The Hawks Summer Calender

Jesse Rogers grades the Blackhawks

-"Alfonso Soriano broke up Floyd's end of the bargain with two out in the seventh, the budding double no-no having attracted the attention of Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane up in the pressbox lunchroom as they waited to sing in the seventh inning."
Twins' Francisco Liriano's No-Hitter: Worth The Wait
Blackhawks Insider Podcast with Bowman and Sharp

-"Chicago Blackhawks striker Michael Frolik collected two goals and an assist, while goalie Ondrej Pavelec made 24 saves to record a shutout and the Czechs' third head-to-head win over the Danes at the world championships in as many meetings."
Champ Czechs frolic to victory over Danes

-"Marcus Kruger capitalized on Montoya's blunder behind his goal to put the Swedes ahead 3:17 into the second period before Mattias Sjorgen stretched the lead and Berglund added his second on a rebound into the second period for his fourth tournament."
Berglund, Sweden spank U.S. at ice hockey world championship

-"Hossa’s lone point in the two games came on the third Slovakia goal against Germany, a late tally that put the host country within a goal of tying." TheThirdManIn:
Crawford talks at Draft; Mike Keenan Roast, Hossa at Worlds
Youth Hockey Special Events: 3rd Annual Legends of the Ball Chicago

-Bowman: "Fortunately, we're not in the crunch we were in a year ago. We still have decisions to make, and there are going to be some changes. … We need to bring in a few new faces, some players will move along and some young players will come up."
Hawks have work to do, but nothing like last offseason

-Read Madhouse Enforcer's Season Reviews of Crawford, Turco, Keith, Seabrook, and Campbell

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