Blackhawks Talk

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The Blackhawks get right down to business, as the official training camp starts Sunday at Johnny's Ice House West in advance of next Saturday's season-opener in L.A.

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Cue Chelsea Dagger. Here's a full rundown of the Blackhawks' upcoming 2013 schedule, beginning with a game on the road against the LA Kings.Road warrior Hawks to battle away early Training camp starts Sunday

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The Blackhawks won't be getting any breaks at the start of the upcoming shortened season as they kick things off against the defending champion Kings and spend 10 of their first 12 games on the road.

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The NHLPA announced Saturday afternoon that they have voted to ratify the new collective bargaining agreement. But the lockout still isn't over just yet.

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The 2011-'12 season was not kind to Bryan Bickell and Michael Frolik, as the two struggled to produce for the Blackhawks. But after successful stints overseason, both are determined to change their fortunes in Chicago.

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The NHL announced Wednesday the board of governors unanimously voted to ratify the new CBA. Now the players will begin voting to do the same.

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Patrick Kane received a cut lip that received five stitches as a parting gift from Switzerland, but that hasn't changed his approaching on wanting to start quick this season.

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Jonathan Toews has had enough of lockout talk. He's ready to get back with his team and start planning the Blackhawks' playoff run.

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Gary Bettman announced Wednesday afternoon that the Board of Governors unanimously voted to ratify the CBA. Once NHLPA does the same, teams will release season schedules.

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The Blackhawks are scheduled to face the defending Stanley Cup champion Kings in the season opener on Jan. 19, according to sources.

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