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19 Jonathan Toews C
Height/Weight: 6-2/208 | Birthdate: 4/29/1988 | Birthplace: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada | Team: Chicago Blackhawks | College: North Dakota | NHL Experience: 7 | Salary: $6,000,000 | Owned/Started%: 96/63 | Average Draft Position: 31.12
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7/9/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI

Jonathan Toews

Toews Inks Extension With Chicago

News: Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane have both signed eight-year contract extensions with the Blackhawks that run through the 2022-23 season, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: TSN.ca reports that the duo's contracts carry an average annual value of $10.5 million, starting next season. While that represents a big chunk of the team's salary cap, the deals ensure that the Hawks' two franchise cornerstones up front will remain with the organization for the long haul. The 26-year-old Jonathan Toews is coming off a season in which he scored 28 goals and added 40 helpers in 76 games, while maintaining his status as one of the league's top two-way pivots.

6/27/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews, Kane Ask For $12M Per Year

News: Jonathan Toews and Blackhawks teammate Patrick Kane are expected to ask for contract extensions for $12 million a year, which would make them the highest NHL contracts, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Both Jonathan Toews and Kane are heading into the last season of their five-year contracts that paid them $6.3 million annually each. Both are represented by the same agent, Pat Brisson. While the number might shock people, this is just the start of the negotiations and there is a feeling that both players would lower their demands to allow the Blackhawks to bring in a big-name free agent. There also was a suggestion that the Blackhawks are aiming to pay both Kane and Toews, $9 million each per year. Chicago officials have said that they would like to sign both players to an extension during this offseason.

6/2/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI Chicago's Toews Gets Goal In Series Finale

Jonathan Toews

Chicago's Toews Gets Goal In Series Finale

News: Jonathan Toews notched a goal in the Blackhawks' Game 7 loss to the Kings.
Analysis: While the Blackhawks ultimately fell short of reaching their second straight Stanley Cup Finals, it was through no fault of Jonathan Toews, who easily finished off a power-play goal in the first period of Sunday's game to collect his ninth goal of the postseason. Toews ended up picking up a point in six of the seven games in the series, amassing a total of four goals and three assists.

5/24/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Chicago's Toews: Two More Goals

News: Jonathan Toews scored two first-period goals Saturday in a loss to the Kings.
Analysis: Talk about trying to lift a team onto your back -- that's Jonathan Toews. The guy is a stud.

5/2/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Blackhawks' Toews (Illness) Will Play Friday

News: Jonathan Toews (illness) practiced Friday morning and will play in Game 1, Tracey Myers of CSN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews didn't practice on Thursday due to the illness, but it usually will take more than being sick to keep a player out of a playoff game. It was indicated Thursday that he would play in Game 1, and his participation in Friday's practice all but confirms it.

5/1/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Blackhawks' Toews Skips Practice With Illness

News: Jonathan Toews missed Thursday's practice due to an illness, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: Coach Joel Quenneville did indicate after the session that he fully expects Jonathan Toews to be available for Friday's Game 1, so it would seem there's little to worry about here.

4/28/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI Hawks' Toews Pots Another Goal Against Blues

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Pots Another Goal Against Blues

News: Jonathan Toews scored a goal on Sunday in Game 6 and made it back-to-back games against the Blues in scoring goals.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews scored three goals in the final four games of the series against the Blues. Overall, he collected three goals and four assists in the series.

4/25/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Nets Winner In OT

News: Jonathan Toews scored on game winner a breakaway in overtime Friday to lift the Blackhawks to a 3-2 win over the Blues. The Hawks now lead the series 3-2.
Analysis: He snuck in behind the Blues' D, threw down a couple of fakes and then slipped a backhander past Ryan Miller. This guy is flat-out clutch.

4/25/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Looks To Repeat Selke Award

News: Jonathan Toews, the winner of the Selke Trophy for the 2012-13 season, is one of the finalists for the Selke (best defensive forward), the NHL announced on Thursday, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews' defensive abilities make him one of the top players in the NHL. One of his best stats is that he placed fifth in the NHL faceoff wins with 884.

4/24/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI Hawks' Toews Registers Pair Of Assists Game 4

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Registers Pair Of Assists Game 4

News: Jonathan Toews helped out in the Blackhawks' first two goals Wednesday in a overtime 4-3 victory against the Blues in Game 4 of the opening series of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews only has one goal in the first four games, but he has four assists now. He'll surely keep finding the score sheet, especially now that he's skating with Patrick Kane again.

4/23/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews To Stay With Kane Game 4

News: Jonathan Toews, who scored a goal in Game 3 against the Blues on Monday, will remain with Patrick Kane on the top line for Game 4 on Wednesday against the Blues, the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: There is precedence for the postseason changeup. Hawks' coach Joel Quenneville went to the formula during the Western Conference finals against the Kings last season. "(Kane and Jonathan Toews) feed off each other, anticipating offensively, see plays (and) make plays," Quenneville said. "They're a threat off the rush. They're two pretty amazing players."

4/17/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Starts Playoffs Strong

News: Jonathan Toews dished out a pair of assists while winning 21 of 31 face-offs in Thursday's triple-overtime Game 1 loss to the Blues.
Analysis: Despite the losing outcome, it was a strong outing for Jonathan Toews, who skated a whopping 32:37 in the first game of the playoffs after missing the last six games of the regular season with an arm injury.

4/15/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Expects To Play In Playoff Opener

News: Jonathan Toews (upper body) says he feels "really good" and is expected to play in the Hawks' playoff opener Thursday, the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews sounded pretty sure that he will be a go Thursday, and also stressed that he doesn't think the injury caused him to lose anything. With the Hawks' captain seemingly ready to go, the bigger question mark will be teammate Parick Kane (knee), who is less certain to play Thursday. Chicago will likely need both stars to play and stay healthy to make another deep playoff run.

4/14/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Ready For Playoffs

News: Jonathan Toews (arm) will play in Game 1 against the Blues on Thursday, ESPN Chicago reports.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews sat out the final six games of the regular season to heal up for the playoffs, and confirmed Monday that he's ready to go. Toews finished the regular season with the third-most points on the team -- 68 in 76 games -- and should be considered fully healthy heading into the Hawks' first-round matchup with the Blues.

4/11/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Blackhawks' Toews Skates Thursday

News: Jonathan Toews (arm) skated Thursday and, according to head coach Joel Quenneville, everything went well, Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews will not play in the Blackhawks' final two regular season games, but it's likely that he will be good to go when postseason play begins next week.

4/6/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews (Upper Body) Might Skate This Week

News: Jonathan Toews (upper body) could get a taste of skating in practice later this week, Hawks' Joel Quenneville told the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews is still out for the regular season, but the first day for the NHL playoffs is April 16. The Blackhawks are going to take some time to get Toews going since they want him 100 percent for the start of the playoffs. Toews left the game on March 30 that would put him out for a little less than three weeks for the start of the playoffs. "No hurry," Quenneville said. "We want to give him a break."

4/2/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks Shut Down Toews For Regular Season

News: Jonathan Toews (upper body) will be out for the remainder of the regular season, Mark Lazerus of the Chicago Sun-Times reports.
Analysis: With a playoff spot already locked up, the Hawks will shut down their star center for the rest of the regular season in order to ensure that he is 100-percent healthy for the playoffs. Jonathan Toews' absence will also give the team a few games to get some looks at prospects like Teuvo Teravainen, Matt Carey, and Joakim Nordstrom.

3/30/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Injury May Not Be Serious

News: Jonathan Toews' arm injury that he suffered on Sunday night against the Penguins is not apparently serious, Blackhawks' coach Joel Quenneville told WGN-AM in Chicago.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews left in the second period after absorbing a big hit from Penguins' Brooks Orpik. He left the ice holding his left elbow. Fortunately, the Hawks do not have a game until Thursday against Minnesota so there should be a determination before that game.

3/30/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Exits Sunday's Game

News: Jonathan Toews left Sunday's game against the Penguins with what the Chicago Tribune describes as an apparent left arm injury.
Analysis: According to the report, Jonathan Toews, who headed to the dressing room after absorbing a Brooks Orpik hit in the second period of Sunday's game, left the ice holding his left elbow. He will not return to the contest.

3/22/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Toews Nets Hawks' Winner

News: Jonathan Toews scored the game-winning goal Friday against Carolina, netting a shorthanded goal in the third period. He has three goals in his last five games.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews remains one of the steadiest players in the league and is closing in on another 30-goal season. He's one of the league's best players, even if he's not one of its highest scorers. If your league has a metric for intangibles and leadership, Toews is your guy.

3/15/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Scores 26th On Friday

News: Jonathan Toews scored his 26th goal of the season but the Blackhawks fell to the Predators 3-2 on Friday.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews has been red-hot here in the month of March as he's tallied seven goals and one assist over a six-game span. He now has 63 points in 67 games this season and remains a must-start in all formats.

3/10/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI Hawks' Toews Stays Hot

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Stays Hot

News: Jonathan Toews notched the game-winning goal in Sunday's victory over the Sabres.
Analysis: Jonathan Toews was on the finishing end of a 3-on-2 rush early in the third period, with Brandon Saad whisking the puck through the crease past goalie Jhonas Enroth to Toews for the go-ahead goal. The 25-year-old has been phenomenal over his last four games, supplying an incredible six goals and an assist.

3/6/2014

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Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews On Goal Binge

News: Jonathan Toews scored two goals in Thursday's rout of the Blue Jackets, giving him five goals in the last three games.
Analysis: One of the goals came on the power play, making it consecutive games in which he's tallied on the man advantage. Jonathan Toews is one of the best centers in the business -- you know what to do.

3/1/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI Hawks' Toews Dominates Pens' Crosby

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews Dominates Pens' Crosby

News: Jonathan Toews scored two goals, including the game-winner, and added an assist in Saturday's 5-1 win over the Penguins in the finale of the NHL Stadium Series at Soldier Field in Chicago.
Analysis: He was a one-man wrecking machine and was utterly dominant in his first regular season, face-to-face match with Sidney Crosby. He has 58 points, including 21 goals, in 62 games. #nhlmvp

2/1/2014

Jonathan Toews, C, CHI

Jonathan Toews

Hawks' Toews OK After Leaving Game

News: Jonathan Toews left Saturday's game in the first period with a possible arm injury, but was able to return to action in the second, reports CBC's Hockey NIght in Canada.
Analysis: The sound you just heard is the Hawks - and all of Canada - exhaling. He went into the post hard as he charged down the right wing, trapping his arm and shoulder in an awkward spot upon impact.