Today’s Headlines: The Out of Ohio Edition

Exactly how I feel right now. (Image from

Yes, the Blackhawks made it home today. Thank goodness — because who wants to be stuck in Columbus? Oh, sorry, Rick Nash. (ESPN Chicago)

Joel Quenneville is happy with how Marty Turco played on Tuesday:

“He was good; he battled,” Quenneville said. “We gave up the lead, and he did some good things and kept us right in there.”

The article also mentions that Coach Q isn’t saying who will be in goal for the game against the Canucks. (Chicago Sun-Times)

Troy Brouwer is at his best when he’s physical, says Adam Jahns of the Sun-Times. Brouwer, who leads the team in hits with 169, seems to agree:

“The coaches said they wanted me to be more physical,” said Brouwer, who has 15 goals and 29 points. “I had a slow start to the season, and I had to do something to make sure I was being noticed and staying in the lineup every night.”

The Blackhawks are joining the Bulls and the White Sox in co-hosting the “Home Team Charity Race” on Sunday, April 3. For more information, check out (SB Nation Chicago)

Finally, you might have seen this on Puck Daddy yesterday, but if you haven’t, here it is — the Rockford IceHogs (AHL affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks) piggy bank video.

That’s pretty messed up, IceHogs.


5 thoughts on “Today’s Headlines: The Out of Ohio Edition

  1. caitlinchris

    The IceHogs media things have always been a little… strange.

    I wonder if it’s due to being in Rockford. 😉

  2. somehoosier

    Someone take away whatever it is they’re smoking in the Rockford media room. That goes above and beyond WTF.


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