Andrew Ebbett To Play Wing For Chicago Blackhawks Wednesday Night

Posted: 19th October 2009 by TAB BAMFORD in NHL
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According to both indications in practice Monday and Tweets from the Chicago Blackhawks, it appears that Andrew Ebbett will play wing in his first game with the team on Wednesday night. Ebbett has played more center than wing at the pro level, but skated on the fourth line with Colin Fraser and Tomas Kopecky for a lot of practice. The Blackhawks host Vancouver on Wednesday night, and it appears Jack Skille will not continue accruing mileage between Rockford and Chicago; reports from Chicago are that Skille will stay with Rockford on Wednesday. Adding Ebbett to the mix gives coach Joel Quenneville one more option to play with on such a talented roster. QuennevilleÆs played with lines a lot in the first couple weeks of the season, and Saturday was no exception. Kris Versteeg started next to ...

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Andrew Ebbett To Play Wing For Chicago Blackhawks Wednesday Night

Posted: 19th October 2009 by TAB BAMFORD in NHL
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According to both indications in practice Monday and Tweets from the Chicago Blackhawks, it appears that Andrew Ebbett will play wing in his first game with the team on Wednesday night. Ebbett has played more center than wing at the pro level, but skated on the fourth line with Colin Fraser and Tomas Kopecky for a lot of practice. The Blackhawks host Vancouver on Wednesday night, and it appears Jack Skille will not continue accruing mileage between Rockford and Chicago; reports from Chicago are that Skille will stay with Rockford on Wednesday. Adding Ebbett to the mix gives coach Joel Quenneville one more option to play with on such a talented roster. QuennevilleÆs played with lines a lot in the first couple weeks of the season, and Saturday was no exception. Kris Versteeg started next to ...

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Article written by TAB BAMFORD

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