Another day has passed and Jonathan Toews still isn’t on the ice with the Blackhawks. The team captain missed the last United Center workout before the first game in November — on Thursday in Phoenix. The Hawks still are calling him day to day with his concussion-like symptoms. Meanwhile, suggestions of a suspension for Andrew Ladd for his hit on Montreal’s Matt D’Agostini seem moot. General manager Stan Bowman still hasn’t heard from the NHL on the matter, “and we don’t expect to,” said Bowman. The Hawks have maintained that Ladd’s hit was a clean one.
The man was found unresponsive by police Tuesday night in the 6900 block of South Aberdeen Street, police said.
Jorge Soler became the first player to begin a Series with a home run, Adam Duvall added a two-run shot and the Braves overcame the loss of starting pitcher Charlie Morton to a broken leg to capture the opener of the Fall Classic.
Along with repealing the parental notice law, the measure also creates the Youth Health and Safety Act, which establishes a working group to ensure "full and equitable access to reproductive health care for all persons" statewide regardless of such factors as race or ethnicity, immigration status, age, education level or economic means.
Lawmakers serving on the House’s Executive Committee engaged in a heated back and forth during the hearing on the proposed amendment to the 1998 Health Care Right of Conscience Act.
A winless team, a broken sellout streak, a dire lack of experience or continuity in the front office and a tainted history leave the Hawks no framework with which to rebuild.