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Wanna Live In Jonathan Toews's House?

If you’re a huge Chicago Blackhawks fan –  maybe partial to Jonathan Toews – how much would you pay to live in his house?

If the answer is $3.899 million, you’re in luck!  105 more words

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Jonathan Toews Is Selling His Lincoln Park Mansion!

Do you have $3.899 million lying around?? If so, you can buy Jonathan Toews 6,400-square-foot Lincoln Park mansion!

The Chicago Blackhawks’ captain listed his five-bedroom  70 more words

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Jonathan Toews Is Selling His Lincoln Park Mansion!

Do you have $3.899 million lying around?? If so, you can buy Jonathan Toews 6,400-square-foot Lincoln Park mansion!

The Chicago Blackhawks’ captain listed his five-bedroom home on Sunday, May 22nd, after purchasing it a little over 18 months ago. 123 more words

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Jonathan Toews Selling Lincoln Park Mansion For Nearly $3.9 Million

CHICAGO (CBS) — Blackhawks superstar Jonathan Toews is selling his Lincoln Park mansion, less than two years after paying $3.5 million for the home.

The five-bedroom, four-full bathroom is listed for $3,899,000. 48 more words

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The Morning Skate May 5: Should the Canucks trade their pick? Boeser the best prospect? Is the NHL going to ditch the Olympics? Kane vs Toews and Jays vs Mariners

The trade. Is that what you all want? After the crushing disappointment of not getting one of those top three picks, would a blockbuster trade breathe redemption and excitement into the pending offseason for you? 1,960 more words

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Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane are chirping each other on Twitter

One good thing about the Blackhawks first round exit in the playoffs is that there’s plenty of time for Jonathan Toews to hang out on Twitter and chat with teammates like Patrick Kane. 238 more words

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‘I think they’re feeling the pressure’: Chicago Blackhawks show why they’re the toughest team to eliminate

CHICAGO — There is no 25 words or less answer to why the Blackhawks are hockey’s toughest out when they’re down to their last strike, but maybe it’s as simple as that Hall of Famer/junior hockey owner George Brett’s tried and true mantra when he was at the plate, “try easier.” 965 more words

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