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From the other bench: Toews stuns Coyotes in OT

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From the other bench: Toews stuns Coyotes in OT

The Blackhawks erased another Coyotes lead with a goal in the third period to force overtime for the fifth consecutive game. Nick Leddy made up for his defensive breakdown on Thursday night by blasting a slapshot past Mike Smith for the tie. Jonathan Toews scored with a wrister from the circles to earn the OT victory, keeping Chicago alive for at least one more game.Speaking with the Associated Press John Marshall after the loss, Coyotes forward Shane Doan complimented the Hawks effort throughout the course of the game.Its obviously disappointing; you never want to give up the lead and (want) to find ways to win at home for your fans, but give them credit, they played a good game, said Doan. We didnt play as well as we needed to.Yotes defenseman Keith Yandle admitted that he thought the game was all but decided entering the third period. Jerry Brown of NHL.com has the story.I felt confident in our group going into the third period, said Yandle. I thought we were going to be able to close it out and shut them down and get the win in front of our home fanswe just have to be better all-around.The two teams will square off again Monday night at the United Center for Game 6. Coverage on Comcast SportsNet starts at 7:30 p.m.with Blackhawks Pregame Live.

Is Ryan Arcidiacono trying to become the fourth Jonas Brother?

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Is Ryan Arcidiacono trying to become the fourth Jonas Brother?

The Jonas Brothers are in Chicago for concerts that are taking place on Thursday and Friday night, and they have enjoyed quite a week. This week the trio has enjoyed a nice golf outing at Village Links in Glen Ellyn, had some quality BBQ at Bub City and even got the amazing opportunity to play a touch football game at Soldier Field. But one particular Bulls guard is looking to add another fun experience to their Chicago trip.

The Bulls organization welcomed the Jonas Brothers to the city with a set of custom jerseys for the trio and their significant others and that's when Ryan Arcidiacono chimed in with his offer. 

Since the Jonas Brothers have already got to play some football on the actual Soldier Field grass, Arci figured they might as well keep the Chicago sports-themed fun going and shoot some hoops with him. 

Now, Arcidiacono didn't make it clear whether or not he was offering for the Jonas Brother to get some shots up with him at the United Center, where their shows take place on Thursday and Friday night. But, either way, his time is running out as they will be moving on to Jackson County, MO for their next stop on tour on September 21.

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Bears Week 3 injury report: Eddie Jackson, Trey Burton limited in practice

Bears Week 3 injury report: Eddie Jackson, Trey Burton limited in practice

The Chicago Bears have a favorable matchup Monday night against the Redskins in a game that could be just what the offense needs to get back on track. Washington will be the worst defense Mitch Trubisky has faced (by far) this season and should present opportunities for big plays in both the passing and running games.

But as is the case every week in the NFL, injuries could play a part in the outcome. And the Bears have a few notable names on their injury report.

The most notable is DL Bilal Nichols, who's expected to miss the game with a broken hand. Trey Burton was limited in practice once again with a groin injury, but he should be good to go Monday night. He returned to action in Week 2 and played 26 of 60 snaps on offense.

Kyle Long (hip), Eddie Jackson (shoulder) and Eddie Goldman (oblique) were also limited Thursday, but none appear at risk of missing the game.

The long week should help the Bears climb closer to full health with the exception of Nichols.