Word on the Street: Blackhawks have a set roster

Word on the Street: Blackhawks have a set roster
October 4, 2011, 10:14 pm
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Tuesday, Oct. 4, 2011
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Blackhawks' roster is set

Chicago Blackhawks' roster for the start of the regular season is at 23. Brandon Saad has been signed to a three year entry level contract. It turns out Patrick Sharp will be able to play in the opener after his recovery from his emergency appendectomy surgery. Dave Bolland and Ben Smith could also play. (CSN Chicago)

Deng's face on British pound

Bulls Luol Deng's face has been placed on a five pound complementary currency in Brixton, England. Deng got the pleasure of being on a British pound because he grew up in Brixton and that is one of the ways they celebrate famous people from their area. He played for the Brixton Topcats as a teenager and he said that marked the beginning of his career. (ProBasketball Talk) NBA's first arguments scheduled for Nov. 2

Back in August the NBA owners sued the players union. The players union filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit. There will be an oral argument to dismiss on the motion on Nov. 2. Note that Nov. 2 is the say after the NBA regular season is supposed to start.(ProBasketball Talk)

Mirotic is excited for potential Bulls position

Nikola Mirotic was the first round pick in this year's NBA draft. Mirotic said the only reason why he stayed in the draft this year was because of the chance to be drafted by the Bulls. His buyout was a rough 2 million Euros. Mirotic said he wants to eventually play in the NBA. (CSN Chicago)

Tinoisamoa is working out Wednesday

Former Bears linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa had major knee construction after the 2010 season,which is a total of three surgeries on his right knee. Tinoisamoa is supposed to workout with the Bears on Wednesday. The Bears need more depth with linebackers. Right now they have five on a 53-man roster. Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs have been in favor of Tinoisamoa in the past. (Chicago Tribune)

Brenly, potential for Cubs managing job?

The Cubs haven't officially dismissed Mike Quade and aren't actively looking for a new manager but Cubs TV color analyst Bob Brenly said, "I guess my attitude is I'm not hiding, they know where to find me. If they feel that I'm the guy for the job I would love to interview . . ." Brenly says he has no insight on Cubs' search for manager or general manager. (Chicago Tribune)