Adam Burish latest 2010 Blackhawk to join Wolves

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Adam Burish celebrates the Hawks’ 2010 Stanley Cup title. | Getty Images

Apparently, three members of the Blackhawks’ 2010 Stanley Cup champions aren’t enough for the Wolves.

Forward Adam Burish on Wednesday was loaned to the Wolves by the San Jose Sharks from their affiliate Worcester. Burish, who has played in 38 games between San Jose and Worcester with five goals and five assists, joins Brent Sopel, Colin Fraser and Ben Eager as 2010 Hawks on the Wolves roster. During training camp, the Wolves also had former Hawks Sheldon Brookbank and Steve McCarthy, though neither was on the team that beat the Flyers for the Cup.

Burish, 32, spent parts of four seasons with the Hawks before leaving for Dallas after the 2010 title. He joined San Jose prior to the 2013 season.

The St. Louis Blues also loaned Wolves forward John McCarthy to Worcester as part of the deal.

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