Chicago Blackhawks Assign Auburn Native Jeremy Morin To Ahl Rockford

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NHL gets it right with no hearing for Seidenberg on Jonathan Toews hit | Puck Daddy – Yahoo Sports

Deals, Offers and Events Sign up for a special class at Gazella Training & Group Fitness: Candlelight Gentle Yoga with Alexis. December 20 at 4pm. Sign up at gazellatraining.com Unwind and chill out with a soothing blend of slow moving stretches, supported restorative poses, and guided meditation. This special evening Arleo Eye Associates More Deals Chicago Blackhawks assign Auburn native Jeremy Morin to AHL Rockford Saved (0) Comments The Chicago Blackhawks announced Auburn native Jeremy Morin has been sent to the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs on a conditioning assignment Tuesday. Morin tallied 28 shots and 15 penalty minutes in 15 games with the Blackhawks this season. The 23-year-old was held to 10:13 of ice time or less in each contest, and didn’t register a point. Morin was a healthy scratch in each of the last eight games to prompt the conditioning stint, which can last up to two weeks. According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Morin was unhappy with his situation and asked to be traded if he wasn’t going to be played. Morin, a 2009 second-round pick of the Atlanta Thrashers who was traded to the Blackhawks in 2010, has eight goals and eight assists in 54 career regular season NHL games. Last year with Rockford, he had 24 goals and 23 assists for 47 points in 47 games. Copyright 2014 Auburn Citizen. source: http://auburnpub.com/sports/local/f0a11a89-f3a2-5e69-b8c4-1ab6726cf9c0.html

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“I would never want to hurt anyone.” Ben Smith assisted on the Blackhawks’ first goal and scored their second as they opened a 3-0 lead before Boston rallied. Tuukka Rask stopped 18 shots for Boston. The Bruins have lost four of their last five games and six of eight. The Bruins were boosted by the return of captain Zdeno Chara, who missed seven weeks with a torn ligament in his left knee. But they couldn’t take advantage of the 6-foot-9 defenseman’s presence. Klas Dahlbeck and Patrick Kane also scored for Chicago, and Marcus Kruger had a pair of assists. Chicago then had a lengthy power play, including almost two minutes of a 5-on-3, thanks to three penalties in a row against Boston. One of them was the boarding call against Seidenberg that knocked Toews out of the game. “We definitely hope it’s not too serious,” Smith said. “He’s our leader, and he’s our catalyst. source: http://www.sentinelandenterprise.com/sports/ci_27123078?source=rss

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Seidenberg is clearly attempting to deliver a check to Toews shoulder. It ends up being from behind, hence the penalty. But the League isnt suspending for textbook boarding. Its mandate is punishing irresponsibility. Its eradicating malice. Look again: Via Pete Blackburn Do you see any malice? Do you just see a hockey hit gone bad? Weve seen dozens of suspensions for boarding. Many involve an element of charging this doesnt. Nearly all involve the he should have never delivered the hit if he saw his numbers mantra that players are taught from the time theyre first able to grip a stick. The first time Seidenberg sees Toews numbers is when the Blackhawks captain is rolling on the ground. Again: Its a battle for a loose puck. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/blogs/nhl-puck-daddy/nhl-gets-it-right-with-no-hearing-for-seidenberg-on-jonathan-toews-hit-163034029.html

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“(Some players are) certainly important to the lineup, but having said that, if someone goes down, our organization has great depth, and people can fit in and keep the ‘Hawk train rolling.” Winners of 13 of 15, the Blackhawks’ only other seven-game road winning streak came Dec. 9-29, 1964. They haven’t allowed more than two goals in any of the last six away from home. Scott Darling made 32 saves Thursday to improve to 4-0-0 on the road this season. Helping to fill the temporary void left by injured starter Corey Crawford, Darling has allowed five goals on 91 shots to go 3-0-0 since being recalled Dec. 2. “He’s been excellent,” Quenneville said. “We like him; he looks big in the net, finds pucks, takes up a lot of space.” New York’s Jaroslav Halak allowed 14 goals during a club-record 11-game winning streak but has since yielded 11 in two starts – both against St. Louis, his former team. Halak, who has been dealing with an upper-body injury, also was shaken up during Thursday’s 6-3 loss to the Blues and his status is uncertain. The Islanders (19-10-0) allowed an average of 1.9 goals while winning 13 of 15, but have yielded 17 in following that stretch with three consecutive defeats. source: http://sports.yahoo.com/news/blackhawks-islanders-preview-183227584–nhl.html

Bruins-Blackhawks 3 Stars: Chicago’s Fourth Line Shines Offensively | Boston Bruins | NESN.com

Louis, Anaheim, and Los Angeles in that time, and now the team faces a Bruins squad coming off a 5-2 win against Arizona on Saturday. Even counting Saturday’s victory, however, Boston has lost five of the past seven games. The team is looking to get things right and may have David Krejci back against Chicago. With Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane , and Marian Hossa to wrangle as well as recently returned Patrick Sharp , at least the Bruins have Tuukka Rask . Elsewhere, the Columbus Blue Jackets take their four-game winning streak into Washington to face Alex Ovechkin and the Capitals at 7 p.m. Columbus has gotten great play from Sergei Bobrovsky and has a host of different forwards scoring goals. The Caps would like to see a bit more from Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom as they try to extend their three-game winning streak. Out west, the Wild face the Sharks at 10:30 p.m. and while Minnesota has won six out of its past 10 games, the team looking to get more consistent, especially in goal. The Sharks would like to keep things going in the right direction; they’ve won five of their past six. source: http://www.sbnation.com/nhl/2014/12/11/7375175/2014-nhl-schedule-blackhawks-bruins-tv-schedule

Blackhawks beat Bruins, spoil Chara’s return – Sentinel & Enterprise

Chicago’s Brandon Saad drops Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara to the ice during Thursday’s game in Boston. 		AP PHOTOSentinel and Enterprise staff

A lot of guys made big contributions. Marcus Kruger blocked a couple huge shots there at the end. We were battling and finding a way to get the job done. I think thats kind of what it speaks to, just finding a way to win and hopefully we can keep that going. Here are the 3 Stars from Bruins-Blackhawks No. 3 Star: Marcus Kruger, Center, Blackhawks Kruger picked up a secondary assist on Klas Dahlbeck and Ben Smiths first-period goals. The fourth-line center finished with three blocked shots, a plus-2 rating and won 64 percent of his faceoffs in 12:54 of ice time. He also played 1:26 on a Chicago penalty kill that was a perfect 2-for-2. No. 2 Star: Ben Smith, Right Wing, Blackhawks The former Boston College star tallied two points (one goal, one assist). He earned a primary assist on Dahlbecks first career NHL goal in the first period with some quality work behind the net. source: http://nesn.com/2014/12/bruins-blackhawks-3-stars-chicagos-fourth-line-shines-offensively/

 

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