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Patrick Kane appears in new Gatorade commercial

Add starring in a new Gatorade commercial to the list of awesome things Patrick Kane has done this summer. The Chicago Blackhawks star is appearing with stars J.J. Watt, Dwyane Wade and Bryce Harper as he "woos" his way through the spot. This isn't Kaner's first national commercial as he's done some Olympic, EA Sports and Discover commercials in the past. But it's nice to see Kaner and the Blackhawks get so ...

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Patrick Kane with a St. Louis Blues fan

Patrick Kane's off-season has been great so far. He got a new extension, dominated a Buffalo men's hockey league and now shows a St. Louis Blues fan who he should really root for. Kane recently posed for a photo with a St. Louis Blues fan who was wearing a Blue t-shirt and a Chicago Blackhawks hat? Kane had some fun with the kid by covering up the Blues logo on his shirt. Now it's only just a few months bef ...

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The fortunes of the Chicago Blackhawks and the Pittsburgh Penguins after their first Stanley Cup victories

As the calendar turned from 2009 to 2010 about four-and-a-half years ago, both the Chicago Blackhawks and Pittsburgh Penguins appeared to be embarking on a long run of dominance in the NHL. The Penguins were riding high off of their 2009 Stanley Cup Championship victory over the Detroit Red Wings and boasted two of the world’s best players in Sidney Crosby and Evgeni Malkin. The Blackhawks, meanwhile, were ...

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Chicago Blackhawks National TV Schedule

Chicago Blackhawks fans should be ready to see their team play a lot on national TV next season. The NHL released their national TV schedule for the upcoming 2014-15 season and in total, the Blackhawks are playing 20 games including 5 on NBC alone. Some highlights include the NHL Winter Classic on New Years Day in Washington, a wednesday night game in Los Angeles in January and showdown with Detroit in Febr ...

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Patrick Kane, Jonathan Toews agree to deal with Blackhawks

The cornerstones of the Chicago Blackhawks will be around until at least 2022-23, as Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews have agreed to deals with the team. The duo both agreed to a eight-year deal worth $84 million each. With their contracts up after this upcoming season, getting these deals done now were key. Both will stay in the franchise and surely have Chicago in contention. Toews has 195 goals and 246 as ...

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Chicago Blackhawks sign Brad Richards

The Chicago Blackhawks made their first move on the first day of free agency as they have agreed to a one-year contract with Brad Richards. The one-year deal is worth just $2M according to Darren Dreger. The 34-year-old scored 20 goals and had 31 assists in 82 games for the Rangers last season. The Ranger bought out Richards contract that was worth $60 million over 9 years. Richards is expected to compete t ...

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Blackhawks’ Raanta and Smith inks two-year extensions

With the main focus of the Blackhawks and their fans being on the extensions of  Captain Johnathon Toews and Patrick Kane this off-season, there are also other key players to the Blackhawks success that needed extensions and deals this off-season as well. Friday afternoon the Blackhawks wasted little time to ink backup goaltender Antti Raanta, right wing Ben Smith and forward Jeremy Morin to two year deals. ...

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Blackhawks trade up to pick Nick Schmaltz at No. 20

The NHL draft took place Friday night and for the Chicago Blackhawks Friday was already a "garden work" kind of day. The Hawks took care of business Friday morning by inking goaltender Antti Raanta, forwards Ben Smith and Jeremy Morin to two-year extension deals just hours before the 2014 NHL draft took place. The Blackhawks originally had the 27th pick in the draft, but according to multiple Chicago Blackh ...

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Report: Blackhawks Toews and Kane to ask for $12 million annually?

https://twitter.com/TSNBobMcKenzie/statuses/482175029270958080 The Blackhawks have made it clear that signing Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews to extensions will be the top priority this off-season. A report from TSN's Bob McKenzie says the two will ask for $12 million annually each to start off the negotiations. Realistically, the duo will likely get around $10 million annually as McKenzie also reports. The ...

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