Patrick Sharp wears Kimmo Timonen’s jersey during practice

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The Blackhawks are trying something new; the element of surprise.

During practice on Monday, Blackhawks left wing Patrick Sharp was wearing defenseman Kimmo Timonen’s jersey.

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There’s really no reason why Sharp was wearing Timonen’s jersey, but the Blackhawks will rely on Timonen during the Western Conference finals after the injury to Michal Rozsíval.

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