Kimmo Timonen

D / Chicago Blackhawks / EXP: YRS Height: Weight: lb Age: College: None

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  • Timonen Retires After Lifting Cup With Blackhawks

    News: Kimmo Timonen was the first Blackhawk to be handed the Stanley Cup by captain Jonathan Toews following Monday's Game 6 victory over Tampa Bay, and he confirmed his retirement following the game, ESPN reports.
    Analysis: Kimmo Timonen went without a point in 34 games (16 in the regular season, 18 in the playoffs) after being acquired by Chicago, so he clearly didn't have much fuel left in the tank. Thus, after winning his first Stanley Cup in a career that's spanned parts of three decades, Timonen said "that's it" on Monday, closing the books on a 15-year span during which he played in 1,108 games, recording 117 goals and 454 assists.
  • Blackhawks' Timonen Back In For Game 6

    News: Kimmo Timonen will be back in the lineup for Wednesday's Game 4 against the Lightning, Brian Hedger of reports.
    Analysis: The much-maligned Kimmo Timonen will enter back in for Kyle Cumiskey, who played less than eight minutes in each of the first three games of the series. Timonen couldn't be trusted to see much ice time prior to being banished to the press box following Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals, but even in a limited role, coach Joel Quenneville appears confident the 40-year-old can deliver some reliable minutes. Timonen has been held without a point in his first 31 games (including playoffs) with the Blackhawks.
  • Blackhawks Expected To Pull Timonen From Lineup

    News: Kimmo Timonen appears to be headed to the press box for Wednesday's Game 6 against the Ducks, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
    Analysis: The Blackhawks acquired Kimmo Timonen at the trade deadline with the hope that he'd provide the team with some added scoring punch from the blue line, but he's been a total bust. While it didn't help matters that he missed the first five months of the season while recovering from blood clots, Timonen just hasn't rounded into shape the way the Blackhawks imagined. In his 31 games with Chicago spanning the regular season and playoffs, Timonen has yet to record a single point and has become a defensive liability on the back end. With the Blackhawks facing elimination, it looks like Quenneville will make the tough choice to bench the accomplished veteran and turn to David Rundblad on the defensive pairing next to Brent Seabrook.
  • Blackhawks' Timonen Expected Back Wednesday

    News: Kimmo Timonen (upper body) is expected to play in Wednesday's playoff opener against the Predators, CSN Chicago's Tracey Myers reports.
    Analysis: Kimmo Timonen was able to return to practice Monday after sitting out the Blackhawks' final three regular-season contests due to the injury. The time off to recover should have him feeling refreshed heading into the playoffs, but it's difficult to have much enthusiasm about his prospects. He's been unable to tally a point in his 16 games with the Blackhawks, while putting only 10 shots on goal in the process. That lack of production will likely result in him seeing limited minutes throughout the first round.
  • Blackhawks' Timonen Back At Practice Monday

    News: Kimmo Timonen (upper body) returned to practice Monday, CSN Chicago's Tracey Myers reports.
    Analysis: The Blackhawks held Kimmo Timonen out of their final three regular-season games due to the injury, but the team never seemed concerned about him missing any action during the playoffs. While Timonen hasn't officially been declared ready to go for Wednesday's postseason opener, his participation on a regular pairing with Michal Rozsival suggests that will be the case. The Blackhawks are hoping the time off late in the season will have Timonen refreshed and ready to produce in the playoffs, as he was an extreme disappointment in the 16 games he did play in following his Feb. 27 acquisition from the Flyers. Timonen failed to register a single point and averaged only 11:59 of ice time.
  • Blackhawks' Timonen Out For Rest Of Regular Season

    News: Kimmo Timonen (upper body) isn't traveling with the Blackhawks for their final two games of the regular season, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
    Analysis: Kimmo Timonen will sit out against the Blues on Thursday and Avalanche on Saturday, and finish his regular season with no points and a minus-3 rating in 16 games for the Blackhawks. After missing most of the season due to blood clots in his lungs and leg, Timonen made virtually no impact for the Blackhawks before this latest injury set in. The team is hoping that some added time to recuperate from the injury will have Timonen operating at full speed for their first game of the postseason.
  • Hawks' Timonen Out Tuesday

    News: Kimmo Timonen (upper body) won't play Tuesday against the Wild.
    Analysis: With Kimmo Timonen out, David Rundblad is slated to rejoin the Hawks' blue-line corps for Tuesday night's contest.
  • Hawks' Timonen Leaves Game

    News: Kimmo Timonen (unspecified injury) will not return to Sunday's game against the Blues, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
    Analysis: Entering Sunday's action, Kimmo Timonen had not recorded a point in 15 games since joining Chicago via a trade back in February. Consider the veteran blueliner day-to-day for now.
  • Hawks' Timonen Not Making Impact Yet

    News: Kimmo Timonen has zero points and only six shots on goal in his eight games since being acquired by the Blackhawks on Feb. 27.
    Analysis: The Blackhawks are taking their time with integrating Kimmo Timonen -- who missed several months while dealing with blood clots -- with the hope that he is back up to full speed for the Stanley Cup playoffs. Timonen had a little more than 13 minutes of ice time Saturday in the Blackhawks' 4-0 loss to the Stars. His minutes have increased in recent games, but Timonen did see a season-low 7:30 ice time Wednesday against the Rangers. While the team's cautious approach should have the 40-year-old fresh for when the games matter most, it's of little use to those in deeper leagues who hoped the move to a contending squad would immediately result in a steady dose of scoring. He's best left sitting on the waiver wire for now.
  • Hawks' Timonen Expected To Debut Monday

    News: Kimmo Timonen (leg) will be on the ice for the first time as a Blackhawk on Monday against the Hurricanes and it will also be his first time skating since April 30, 2014, CSN Chicago reports.
    Analysis: Kimmo Timonen practiced on Sunday after being acquired by the Blackhawks from the Flyers on Friday for two draft picks. It'll be Timonen's first game since last April - blood clots discovered in his leg and lungs last summer cost Timonen all of this season up to this point. Timonen is expected to be rusty for the first few games, but the Blackhawks are hoping that he sparks the back-end of the team's defense for the rest of the regular season and the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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