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October 26, 2011
Leave your answer in the comments box, and you might find yourself in a future issue of RedEye. Follow @redeyesportsguy for daily details about Five on Five openings. 1. The Bears are 5-3. How do you feel? 2. Matt Forte fumbling twice in one game is like … 3. Angry Jay Cutler vs. mopey Jay Cutler. Discuss. 4. What are the criteria for the “best butt in football”? 5. Why is Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville shuffling his lines?
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October 26, 2011
Leave your answer in the comments box, and you might find yourself in a future issue of RedEye. Follow @redeyesportsguy for daily details about Five on Five openings. 1. The Bears are 5-3. How do you feel? 2. Matt Forte fumbling twice in one game is like … 3. Angry Jay Cutler vs. mopey Jay Cutler. Discuss. 4. What are the criteria for the “best butt in football”? 5. Why is Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville shuffling his lines?
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May 19, 2014
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville discusses how his team wants to go about beating the L.A. Kings in the Western Conference finals. Spoiler alert: It has a lot to do with being quick.    
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April 4, 2012 | RedEye
There have been a lot of injuries, suspensions and absences in Chicago sports for one reason or another in recent days and weeks. Here's a scorecard on the status of some of the players involved.   IN Duncan Keith He'll return from suspension Thursday when the Blackhawks visit Minnesota.   OUT Jonathan Toews The injured Blackhawks captain is traveling with the team but not playing Thursday.   IN Richard Hamilton The Bulls guard returned to action Monday night in the team's loss to Houston.
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March 1, 2012 | RedEye
Thursday was a special day in Chicago sports: The 14th Annual Worldwide Toast to Harry Caray. The event marked what would have been the Cubs announcer's 98th birthday, with fans all over Chicago - and more than 100 countries - raising a glass of Bud, or other beverage, at 5:45 p.m. It's a tradition that has become one of the most anticipated parts of the baseball season - for Cubs fans at least. Caray's day stands along in Chicago sports, but are there other players/sports figures who could someday have a toast all to themselves?
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December 20, 2011
It's been a long time since we've had a chance to write about a Bulls-Blackhawks double-bill in the pages of RedEye. Too long. The NBA lockout robbed Chicago of many doubleheaders this fall, but that's about to change real fast. The condensed, 66-game NBA season means the Bulls will be playing four to five times a week, while the Blackhawks will see their usual three to four games a week. Now'd be a good time to invest in a TV with picture-in-picture technology or, heck, just another TV altogether.
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June 25, 2013 | By Alex Quigley and For RedEye
"It's a different level of unbelievable. " That's what Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville said on the ice of a mostly empty TD Garden, minutes after his team won a second Stanley Cup in four seasons. Perhaps the finish of that game was particularly unbelievable - I mean, two goals in 17 seconds against the "impenetrable" Tuukka Rask - but you couldn't be too surprised after all you've seen this year, right? After that record-breaking start where they trekked into March without getting beat in regulation.
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March 10, 2013 | By Brian Hedger and For RedEye
It's one of the most quoted lines from the classic 1977 movie "Slapshot. " After using a stick to demonstrate slashing and other punishable offenses on the reporter's body, goalie Denis Lemieux (Yvon Barrette) - in a heavy French accent - says: "You do that, you go to the box, you know? … And … you feel shame, you know? And then, you get free. " Ah, freedom. Every penalized player yearns for it the second the door inside hockey's "timeout" room slams shut. RedEye asked Blackhawks Bryan Bickell, Brandon Bollig and Andrew Shaw all about the "sin bin. "   ...
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May 24, 2013 | By Riley Blevins @Riley_Blevins and RedEye
Walk past a row of four shoe-shining chairs raised on a wooden stage. Take a right. Front and center, a fireplace flickers. A leather ottoman sits next to it, shelving everything from Playboy, Fortune and Sports Illustrated magazines. Within an arm's reach, there's sharp-edged furniture and a red-felt pool table. Look to your left. There's a bar. Four stools wait. Bottles of liquor glow on glass shelves. Margarita glasses are displayed like Little League trophies. Above the bar, a large metal sign accompanied with a speared olive reads “316 Club.” On...
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