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Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith separated at Blackhawks morning skate

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Jonathan Toews and Duncan Keith separated at Blackhawks morning skate

Blackhawks captain Jonathan Toews and alternate captain Duncan Keith had to be separated during Tuesday's morning skate after the two appeared to get into a confrontation.

The two three-time Stanley Cup champs wrestled to the ice, with Toews pinning Keith down to the ice. Assistant coach Sheldon Brookbank broke the pair up.

“Just a little friendly wrestling," Toews said of the bout. "Were ready to go. It’s a big game tonight. I think the whole point of morning skate is to get going and we’re ready now.”

"You got a brother?" Colliton asked Chicago Tribune reporter Jimmy Greenfield, who asked about the altercation. "I do too and I got two boys at home, so I've seen that movie before."

Things have been looking up for Chicago, which is three points out of a WIld Card spot and riding a five-game winning streak with one game left before the All-Star break. 

"I don't know," Patrick Kane said with a laugh regarding the kerfuffle. "I think they were just messing around, I'm not really sure what happened there." 

The Hawks welcome coach Joel Quenneville back to the United Center for the first time since he was fired on Nov. 6 of 2018 Tuesday night. Quenneville now coaches the Florida Panthers, third in the Atlantic Division.

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: A sit-down interview with Joel Quenneville

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Blackhawks Talk Podcast: A sit-down interview with Joel Quenneville

Former Blackhawks head coach and current Florida Panthers head coach Joel Quenneville sits down with NBC Sports Chicago Blackhawks Insider Charlie Roumeliotis and as they discuss his transition to a new job, parallels he sees from his young Hawks team and his current young Panthers team, and his feelings about returning to Chicago. Pat Boyle, and Scott King also discuss their memories about Coach Q and his impact on not only the Hawks, but the sport as well.

(1:34:) - Thoughts and memories of Coach Q

(4:13) - Quenneville's impact on his players

(11:02) - Coach Quenneville's sit down interview**

(24:02) - Reaction to the Quenneville interview

(25:56) – Calgary game still bothers Quenneville

(29:52) - How fans will react to Quenneville's return

Listen to the full podcast here or via the embedded player below:

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