Toews ranked 69th on Power 100 list

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Toews ranked 69th on Power 100 list

Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews is ranked 69th in Business Week's Power 100 list for 2012. Toews didn't appear on the list last year.

The 23-year-old center became the youngest player to join the Triple Gold Club by winning the Stanley Cup as well as gold medals in the Olympics and the Ice Hockey World Championships.

Toews won the Conn Smythe award in 2010 for Stanley Cup MVP and has been named to the 2012 All-Star team (although he won't play because of injury).

This season, Toews has 27 goals and 23 assists for the Blackhawks.

Bulls point guard Derrick Rose also made the list (30th).

Check out the full Power 100 list here.

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Jonathan Marchessault's hat trick leads Panthers rout of Blackhawks

Jonathan Marchessault's hat trick leads Panthers rout of Blackhawks

SUNRISE, Fla. (AP) -- Jonathan Marchessault scored his first career hat trick, James Reimer stopped 25 shots for his first shutout of the season and the Florida Panthers routed the Chicago Blackhawks 7-0 on Saturday night.

Jonathan Huberdeau had a goal and three assists, and Aleksander Barkov added a goal and two assists for Florida. Reilly Smith and Nick Bjugstad also scored to give the Panthers their largest margin of victory since an 8-0 win over Toronto on Feb. 5, 2008.

Marchessault had two goals in a 3-1 win over Arizona on Thursday. He has nine goals over his last nine games and leads the Panthers with 28.

Corey Crawford stopped 21 shots for the Blackhawks before being lifted at 4:59 of the third for Scott Darling, who allowed three goals on six shots.

Already leading 3-0, the Panthers poured in four goals in the third.