Hawks Headlines: Toews Dons New Canada Jersey

Also, Hawks begin Rookie Tournament play with loss in London

Marcus Riley

 In today's jam-packed edition of Hawks Headlines, we examine Jonathan Toews' busy day in the Big Apple, as well as how the Blackhawks' rookies fared in London. 

  • Alex Broadhurst, who signed a three year entry level contract with the Hawks earlier this year, is in London, Ontario for the team's rookie tournament, and he is thrilled to be representing the club at his home rink. [Blackhawks.com]
  • Unfortunately for Broadhurst and the Hawks, they dropped a 3-2 decision to the Toronto Maple Leafs on Thursday night. [CBC]
  • With players like Teemu Selanne and Martin Brodeur nearing the end of their careers, a new generation of stars, including Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews, is taking over the spotlight. [NHL.com]
  • Speaking of Toews, he was caught wearing an interesting jersey on Thursday, when an image of him donning what might be Team Canada's Olympic jersey leaked on Getty. The jersey is, in a word, interesting. [Yahoo Sports]
  • With President Barack Obama in Sweden this week, it seems appropriate that he would thank the Swedish Prime Minister for the many Swedish players the Hawks have, including the newly re-signed Niklas Hjalmarsson. [ESPN Chicago]
  • The Rockford IceHogs announced their training camp schedule on Thursday afternoon, with their first preseason game slated for September 22nd. [IceHogs.com]-Do you like the Stanley Cup? Do you like infants? Then this photo gallery is going to blow your mind. [USA Today]
  • Speaking of pictures, there is a sweet new van rolling around the Windy City with some familiar faces painted on it. [CBS Sports]
  • Finally, Toews speaks with NHL Network's EJ Hradek about the upcoming season, as well as the Hawks' outdoor game against the Pittsburgh Penguins on March 1st, 2014: 
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