Matt Carey


The Blackhawks made a few more roster cuts late Friday night, sending three to Rockford and releasing a former defenseman.


Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp each returned to the ice for the Blackhawks' scrimmage on Monday, and both of them left looking like true hockey players.


NASHVILLE — Marian Hossa was looking for goal No. 30 in game No. 82. He got it early, he made it look fantastic and then he called it a night.


Duncan Keith will play after resting in the morning and Corey Crawford will start when the Chicago Blackhawks host the Minnesota Wild tonight at the United Center.