Jonathan Toews

#19 C / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-2 Weight: 208 lb Age: 27 College: North Dakota

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      Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews: Records two points in loss

      Toews scored his seventh goal of the season, had an assist and fired five shots on goal in Saturday's loss to Vancouver. Patrick Kane is currently taking the spotlight in Chicago, but Toews now has five points in his last six games. While 14 points in 21 games on the season isn't spectacular, Toews has been shooting lots and should continue to find twine. He's a must-start every game, especially now that Marian Hossa has returned and is back on his line.

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      Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews: Scores pair of goals in loss

      Toews netted a shorthanded goal and added an even-strength marker in Friday's loss to Minnesota. That's four goals in four games for Toews, who has fired 28 shots on goal through 11 games thus far. Toews only has seven points on the season, but he's heating up and has come through in the clutch with two game-winning goals. You know what to do.

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      Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews: Nets game-winner against Ducks

      Toews netted another game-winning overtime tally in Monday's win over the Ducks. Toews went his first seven games without finding the back of the net, but he's now scored the only goal in back-to-back 1-0 overtime wins over the Lightning and Ducks. After getting off to a bit of a slow start (for him) the captain appears to be back on track.

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      Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews: Scores game-winner in OT against Lightning

      Toews scored his first goal of the season -- the game-winner in overtime -- in Thursday's 1-0 win against the Lightning. The Blackhawks captain made a nice move to get around Valtteri Filppula and smacked in his own rebound to seal the win. Toews had gone seven games without a goal to start the season, but he always manages to score in a big spot. If you have Toews on your roster, you can breathe a sigh of relief. Chicago has won three in a row and this should get Toews going.

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      Blackhawks' Jonathan Toews starts the season with two assists

      Jonathan Toews has registered a pair of assists for the Blackhawks within the first three games of the season. The Blackhawk's captain recorded an assist in Wednesday's loss against the Rangers along with another assist in Friday's game at Brooklyn to help seal Chicago's first win of the season. Toews went 0 for 8 on shot attempts but could see more opportunities in Wednesday's game against the Flyers.

    • Hawks' Toews Scores First Goal Of Series

      News: Jonathan Toews registered his first goal of the series and attempted four shots in Wednesday's 2-1 Game 4 victory over the Lightning.
      Analysis: Jonathan Toews got on the board in the second period, when he collected the loose puck off a Marian Hossa and deposited it past goalie Andrei Vasilevskiy to give the Blackhawks a 1-0 lead. The 27-year-old now has 10 goals and 10 assists in 21 postseason contests.
    • Blackhawks' Toews Strikes Twice In Game 7 Win

      News: Jonathan Toews scored a pair of goals in Saturday's Game 7 win over the Ducks.
      Analysis: Another clutch performance from Jonathan Toews, who always seems to deliver when it matters most. The 27-year-old captain, who is the first player in NHL history to record multi-goal games in Game 5 and 7 on the road, will be competing in the Stanley Cup Final for the third time in six years. With a whopping nine goals and 18 points this postseason, the clutch performer is considered one of a few early Conn Smythe favorites and can be expected to come through once again in the Stanley Cup Final against Tampa Bay.
    • Hawks' Toews Nets Two Late Goals In Game 5

      News: Jonathan Toews potted a pair of goals in Monday's Game 5 loss to the Ducks.
      Analysis: Jonathan Toews temporarily appeared as though he'd be the hero for Chicago as he scored two goals in the final two minutes to force overtime, but the Ducks ended up pulling through less than a minute into the extra period. He's now up to 16 points (seven goals) through 15 playoff games.
    • Chicago's Toews Gets Goal, Assist In Game 4

      News: Jonathan Toews recorded a goal and an assist in Saturday's Game 4 victory over the Ducks.
      Analysis: The physical Ryan Kesler has been a nuisance for Jonathan Toews all series, but the Blackhawks center finally got the better of his adversary in Game 4. He notched his first goal of the series at the 2:38 mark of the third period, then captured a secondary assist on Brent Seabrook's marker exactly five minutes later. He's now averaging a point per game in the playoffs, tallying five goals and nine assists across 14 contests.
    • Hawks' Toews Picks Up Power-Play Assist In Game 2

      News: Jonathan Toews picked up a secondary assist on the man advantage in Tuesday's Game 2, triple overtime win over the Ducks.
      Analysis: Jonathan Toews has 12 points in as many games this postseason, and his four goals and eight assists have been attributed only to games resulting in a Blackhawks' victory. He'll look to carry the positive momentum into Thursday's Game 3 in Chicago.
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