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  • Preview: Coyotes at Penguins

    With the Phoenix Coyotes playing in back-to-back contests, backup goaltender Thomas Greiss originally was penciled in to start Tuesday's road game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. After workhorse netminder Mike Smith suffered a leg injury on Monday,...
  • 10 games, 19 days, a whole lot of Hawks chaos

    10 games, 19 days, a whole lot of Hawks chaos
    It's a 10-game, 19-day sprint to the end of the regular season for the Blackhawks, and their potential playoff pairing remains up for grabs. As they chase St. Louis and fend off Colorado, here's what to expect from the final five-plus-five. TUESDAY...
  • Bears' Halas Hall not for everyone

    I had to chuckle, when I read the article “Bears open Halas Hall to business events.” (Business, March 20) According to the article, only well-connected fans, sponsors, business partners, suite owners, and key philanthropic supporters will...
  • Rinne, Predators shut out Blackhawks

    Rinne, Predators shut out Blackhawks CHICAGO -- Choose your adjective or phrase: deja vu, instant replay, rerun, or hockey's version of the movie Groundhog Day. Any way you describe it, the Nashville Predators played virtually the same type of game on...
  • Durbin, Oberweis kick off potentially lopsided Senate race

     Durbin, Oberweis kick off potentially lopsided Senate race
    Despite Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin's effort to cast himself as a "mere mortal" facing a "multimillionaire" challenger in Republican state Sen. Jim Oberweis, the lopsided nature of the race for U.S. Senate was evident Wednesday. Durbin, who faced no...
  • Fire coach praises rookies before home opener

     Fire coach praises rookies before home opener
    Rookies Benji Joya and Harry Shipp earned their first career starts in last Sunday's 1-1 tie at Portland and Fire coach Frank Yallop says plenty more minutes lie ahead. "We saw enough in preseason to say they could play the game but the big test was...
  • How safe is Chicago's lakefront trail?

    How safe is Chicago's lakefront trail?
    Right about now, Chicagoans are stir-crazy: anxious to get outside without a puffy coat and enjoy the few warm months the city offers between winters. Once that first warm day hits, Chicagoans flock to the lakefront trail. It’s where they train...
  • Blackhawks will be OK while Patrick Kane is out

     Blackhawks will be OK while Patrick Kane is out
    Nobody replaces Patrick Kane. Kane's hockey talent is unique, like Chicago's finest piece of art, a thing to behold and appreciate but not duplicate. It is rare and riveting. Short of experiencing the national anthem at the United Center, nothing...
  • Oberweis faces tough race against Durbin

    Oberweis faces tough race against Durbin
    Sen. Dick Durbin's run for re-election against Republican Jim Oberweis promises to be a costly, rough-and-tumble contest in which the longtime Democratic lawmaker has key advantages. In a closer-than-expected GOP primary race Tuesday, Oberweis emerged...
  • Democrats use optics in first salvo in class war

     Democrats use optics in first salvo in class war
    Somewhere there must still be taverns offering pickled pig's feet and hard-boiled eggs with a shot and a beer and black coffee chasers — just the kind of breakfast that "real workingmen" eat. So have faith. Before the November elections, Gov....
  • Morning after primary: Talk shows and sharp elbows

    Morning after primary: Talk shows and sharp elbows
    On the morning news shows and dueling party unity events, the Democratic and Republican candidates for governor and U.S. Senate wasted little time in promoting primary victories and throwing some elbows at their opponents. In his first TV appearance...
  • Voice of the People, Mar. 20

    Falling dangers I was just about to write a pithy, and I thought humorous, piece about falling ice when the news came that a woman's windshield was hit by a big piece of it while she was driving. My timing may be less than impeccable, but as long as she...