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Ten Blackhawks Headed To Sochi

Eight more Blackhawks were chosen Tuesday to compete on their national Olympic teams.
CHICAGO-Many of the Blackhawks will keep busy during the NHL's lengthy break for the Olympics. Ten Blackhawks have been chosen to compete in the Olympics for their native countries.

Patrick Kane (USA) and Michael Rozsival (Czech Republic) were picked over the weekend. Tuesday eight more Blackhawks were tabbed by their countries. They are: Marian Hossa and Michael Handzus (Team Slovakia), Johnny Oduya, Niklas Hjalmarsson, and Marcus Kruger (Sweden), Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, and Duncan Keith (Canada).

Two of the Olympians, Hjalmarsson and Kruger, are former Rockford IceHogs.
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