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advertisement After Game 2, much of the criticism of the Chicago Blackhawks’ play centered around their lack of defensive zone discipline, as well as the sloppy nature of their offensive attack. After Game 3, however, the narrative has shifted a bit. Yes, the play of Blackhawks stars like Jonathan Toews and Marian Hossa has been called into question, and head coach Joel Quenneville recognized that when he put Patrick Sharp onto the wing with those two in place of Brandon Saad.
Getty Images (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) Robbie Gould advertisement Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on for the latest on Robbie Gould’s health, Gabe Carimi’s gamble and a close look at an offensive lineman’s eating habits.
advertisement There’s a lot of talk going into Game 1 between the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks surrounding whether or not Viktor Stalberg would find a seat in the press box after a lackluster first-round series. What that discussion seems to gloss over is just how poorly Hawks captain Jonathan Toews produced offensively in the series against the Minnesota Wild.
Getty Images (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) advertisement Every football player is expected to perform well on every play. There are some players, though, who have a bit more pressure on their heads as they head towards the season.
Getty Images Joakim Noah and Luol Deng helped the Bulls fight hard, but in the end it wasn’t enough as Chicago dropped Game 5 to the Brooklyn Nets and now look to Thursday’s Game 6 to seal the deal. advertisement The Chicago Bulls came close to closing out the series on Monday night with the Brooklyn Nets, but in the end, the home team put up enough of a fight to take Game 5 on Monday night, 110-91.
Getty Images (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) advertisement When the Bears report to Halas Hall for the start of voluntary workouts on Tuesday, they will find more changes than just the construction happening on their facility. Take a look at how the organization has morphed since the season ended in January.
advertisement There are plenty of reasons to worry, Bears fans. We don’t know much about the team that will run out onto Soldier Field this September except that they have a new coach and no Brian Urlacher.
Getty Images (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images) advertisement Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on for the latest on what the Bears need for the offensive line, a backup quarterback possibility and a really cute dog. With Jermon Bushrod signing but Lance Louis leaving, the Bears offensive line has taken two steps forward and two steps back.
Getty Images CHICAGO, IL – DECEMBER 02: Edwin Williams #70 and J’Marcus Webb #73 of the Chicago Bears move to block Malcolm Smith #53 and Clinton MacDonald #69 of the Seattle Seahawks at Soldier Field on December 2, 2012 in Chicago, Illinois. The Seahawks defeated the Bears 23-17 in overtime.
Getty Images (Photo by Joe Murphy/Getty Images) advertisement Good morning and welcome to Bear Bites, your morning rundown of Chicago Bears news. Read on for the latest on the new offensive coordinator, who says Marc Trestman will do well, and a draft prospect. Aaron Kromer, the new offensive coordinator, is known for improving offensive lineman.