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LISTEN LIVE: Chicago Blackhawks Radio

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Listen live to the Chicago Blackhawks game and visit chicagoblackhawks.com/gameday for in-game highlights and coverage.

A game recap, postgame video and more will be available on chicagoblackhawks.com and on the Blackhawks app shortly after the game ends.

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PREVIEW: Blackhawks at Rangers 1/17

The Blackhawks conclude their two-game road trip in the Big Apple against the New York Rangers

by Chris Wescott / blackhawks.com

TIME: 6:00 p.m. CT

TV: NBCSCH RADIO: WGN 720 ONLINE: NHL.TV & MyTeamsApp

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The Blackhawks are hoping they've shaken off any bad vibes coming off Monday's 8-5 loss to the Devils in New Jersey, as they now set their sights on the New York Rangers on Thursday. Chicago (16-23-9) has points in four of their last six games but they look to string together some two-point performances ahead of the All-Star break later this month.

Video: Delia's demeanor a strength

On Monday, Patrick Kane logged a regular season career-high 28:50 of ice time and recorded four points in the loss. It was also his career-high fifth-straight multi-point outing.

Kane paces the club in points this season with 64 (27G, 37A) in 47 games. Jonathan Toews is second on the roster with 42 points (18G, 24A) in 48 outings, and Alex DeBrincat is third in points (38), but second in goals with 23. DeBrincat is tied with Kane in power-play goals with seven this season.

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THREE STARS: Hobey Baker nominees shine

A weekly look at how Blackhawks prospects are performing at their various levels

by Austin Siegel / blackhawks.com

Every Thursday throughout the 2018-19 season, blackhawks.com will highlight prospects who have stood out for their junior, college or professional team in the previous week's action.

Here are this week's Three Stars.

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BLOG: Stanley Cup champion Brandon Bollig announces retirement

The former Blackhawks forward announced his retirement via social media on Wednesday night

by Chris Wescott / blackhawks.com

Former Blackhawks forward and Stanley Cup champion Brandon Bollig announced his retirement via a social media post on Wednesday night.

"The time has come to officially retire from professional hockey," he wrote. "I feel so fortunate and blessed to have the career I did. As a child, I dreamt every day of what it would be like to play in the NHL. For me, that dream became an unexpected reality."

Instagram from @bollig87: Thank you to the game of Ice Hockey for the wonderful experience, countless memories and valuable lessons. You've made me the person I am today and I'll be forever grateful. I have officially retired.

Bollig, 31, played in 241 regular season NHL games and finished his career with 10 goals and 13 assists. In NHL postseason play, Bollig had three goals and an assist in 35 appearances. He played for the Blackhawks in at least parts of the 2011-12, 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons, and is a 2013 Stanley Cup champion.

"I was lucky enough to be on the Chicago Blackhawks team that won the Stanley Cup in 2013. This is something I dreamt about more than anything else growing up… what would it be like to host the Stanley Cup? For me, the entire experience was indescribable and one that I will cherish for the rest of my life."

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BLOG: Practice updates from New York 1/16

Updates, news, notes and video links from practice on Wednesday in New York City

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Following an off-day on Tuesday, the Blackhawks returned to the ice on Wednesday for practice at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Chicago takes on the Rangers on Thursday at 6 p.m. CT. The game can be seen on NBCSCH, streamed on NHL.TV and via the MyTeamsApp or heard on WGN 720.

The Blackhawks tried to keep things lighthearted and high-energy at practice.

"Happy hockey players are good hockey players so let's get them going," said Head Coach Jeremy Colliton. "Let's have energy. It wasn't the game we wanted, but no point dwelling on it. I think we know that isn't us. Part of that is the energy, the enthusiasm, the compete and battle level. That's what we're missing, so let's bring that tomorrow."

Check the links below for coverage from the day.

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PROSPECTS: Barratt & Mitchell nominated for the Hobey Baker

The pair of 2017 draft picks are among 81 total nominees for the prestigious college award, which will be given to a winner in April

by Chris Wescott / blackhawks.com

Blackhawks prospects Evan Barratt and Ian Mitchell are among the group of players nominated for the Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given to the top collegiate hockey player in the nation. Voting has now opened for Phase I, which runs through Sunday, March 10.

Barratt, a sophomore forward at Penn State, and his teammate and fellow nominee Alex Limoges are tied for second in the nation with 30 points, trailing Michigan State's Taro Hirose.

Barratt paces Penn State with 13 goals, which is tied for the Big Ten conference lead and is good for fourth in the nation. He also has 17 assists, which is good for fifth in the Big Ten.

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BLOG: Local prep student recognized by ESPN

St. Ignatius College Prep's Patrick Doyle received national recognition for his play of late

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Patrick Doyle, a star hockey player for St. Ignatius College Prep of the Chicago Catholic League, was recognized as ESPN's "Best Player in the World of the Week."

Doyle has 26 goals and eight assists heading into this weekend's games.

Tweet from @SICPBoysHockey: A huge 5-4 OT W against @BenetHkyVarsity. MVP of the game- Pat Doyle with the hat-trick and the buzzer beater game winning goal. The boys are back this weekend with the Jesuit Cup. Go Pack! pic.twitter.com/UNRO8NpG0Q

On Sunday, against Benet Academy, Doyle racked up a hat trick, including the buzzer-beater overtime winner.

The big night happened at MB Ice Arena, the official practice rink of the Chicago Blackhawks.

Congrats to Doyle!

(Photo by Tim O'Brien/The Beverly Review)

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RECAP: Devils 8, Blackhawks 5

The Devils spoiled a four-point night from Patrick Kane as the Blackhawks fell in New Jersey

by Austin Siegel / blackhawks.com

RAPID REACTION: The Blackhawks fell to the New Jersey Devils 8-5 on Monday night at the Prudential Center. 

Patrick Kane's four-point night continued a run of dominance for #88, in which he's recorded five straight multi-point games and scored ten goals in his last nine games. Kane's evening began with a power play goal from a tight angle, bringing the Blackhawks level after Blake Coleman opened the scoring for New Jersey. 

Video: CHI@NJD: Kane snaps power-play goal past Blackwood

The Devils would take control of the game with five unanswered goals before Kane responded with another tally, his 27th of the season. With the goal, Kane has matched his scoring output from a season ago with 35 games left to play. And he wasn't done. 

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MONDAY MAILBAG: Kane goals and guitars

Adam Burish answers fan submitted questions as part of blackhawks.com's Mailbag series

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On select Mondays throughout the 2018-19 season, blackhawks.com will have answers to some fan-submitted questions. This week, former Blackhawks forward, 2010 Stanley Cup champion and Blackhawks TV contributor Adam Burish discusses his favorite Patrick Kane goal and his musical talents.

1. What is your favorite goal that Kane has scored? - Anna from Chicago

Good question, but that's tough to answer... so many great goals! I had a pretty sweet behind-the-back, no-look pass to him in 2010 to give him a tap-in goal, for his first ever 30-goal season. I don't want to take too much credit setting him up for so much success after that, but WOW, was that a nice pass! I put it on a tee for him to tap in. I'm sure looking back he'll remember that chance he had to play on a line with me and all those great passes I gave him as the springboard to becoming the best player in the league. HA!

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