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Jonathan Toews  19 Chicago Blackhawks St Patricks Day Youth Premier Jersey

Jonathan Toews 19 Chicago Blackhawks St Patricks Day Youth Premier Jersey
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Jonathan Toews WHITE Reebok EDGE 7187 50 Chicago Blackhawks Authentic Jersey
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New Reebok Jonathan Toews Premier Hockey Jersey 19 Chicago BlackHawks Medium 2X

New Reebok Jonathan Toews Premier Hockey Jersey 19 Chicago BlackHawks Medium 2X
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JONATHAN TOEWS Red Chicago Blackhawks Reebok Premier Hockey Jersey LARGE NEW
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JONATHAN TOEWS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS 2015 WINTER CLASSIC REEBOK PREMIER JERSEY

JONATHAN TOEWS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS 2015 WINTER CLASSIC REEBOK PREMIER JERSEY
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NWT Mens Jonathan Toews XL Jersey FREE SHIPPING

NWT Mens Jonathan Toews XL Jersey FREE SHIPPING
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2016 NHL Stadium Series REEBOK Official Premier Jersey Collection Mens

2016 NHL Stadium Series REEBOK Official Premier Jersey Collection Mens
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Chicago Blackhawks Jonathan Toews XXXL Black Jersey

Chicago Blackhawks Jonathan Toews XXXL Black Jersey
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Reebok NHL Youth Chicago Blackhawks Jonathan Toews 19 Replica Jersey

Reebok NHL Youth Chicago Blackhawks Jonathan Toews 19 Replica Jersey
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JONATHAN TOEWS 2015 STANLEY CUP FINALS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS RED HOME JERSEY LARGE

JONATHAN TOEWS 2015 STANLEY CUP FINALS CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS RED HOME JERSEY LARGE
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CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS Tap Handle NHL HOCKEY Beer Keg Jonathan Toews White Jersey

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS Tap Handle NHL HOCKEY Beer Keg Jonathan Toews White Jersey
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NEW Jonathan Toews Reebok Chicago Blackhawks White Mens NHL Hockey Jersey

NEW Jonathan Toews Reebok Chicago Blackhawks White Mens NHL Hockey Jersey
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Chicago Blackhawks Jersey 19 Jonathan Toews Winter Classic 2015 Sz XL NEW

Chicago Blackhawks Jersey 19 Jonathan Toews Winter Classic 2015 Sz XL NEW
$200.00

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS JONATHAN TOEWS RBK EDGE 7287 JERSEY SZ 56 BNWT

CHICAGO BLACKHAWKS JONATHAN TOEWS RBK EDGE 7287 JERSEY SZ 56 BNWT
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Teammate Patrick Kane jokingly refers to his fellow Chicago Blackhawks superstar as "Captain Serious". Though he is poking fun at Toews, the truth is that this young man demonstrates a maturity level far above his tender years.

Even as a junior player playing for Team Canada at the 2007 World Junior Championships, this Winnipeg, MB native showed he had ice water in his veins when he scored three straight shootout goals for Canada to help them capture the gold medal against the Americans. It was the second straight World Juniors gold medal for Toews, following up on a gold medal that he had won at the U-17 World Hockey Championships.

His penchant for winning, his solid two-way play and his offensive prowess both in international competition and as a member of the University of North Dakota caught the eye of Chicago Blackhawks scouts and they nabbed Toews with the 3rd overall selection, just behind Erik Johnson (St. Louis Blues) and Jordan Staal (Pittsburgh Penguins).

Toews spent another season at the U. of North Dakota before making the jump to the NHL at the start of the 2007-08 season. Before he ever played an NHL game he went and played for Team Canada at the World Hockey Championships. He showed he was ready to play among men, scoring 7 points in 9 games, and helping Canada win the gold medal.

As a result of the extra year of university between his draft year and his first NHL season Toews and fellow rookie teammate Patrick Kane were pitted head to head for the Calder Trophy that year.

Toews made an immediate impact with the Hawks, scoring a couple of highlight reel goals and racking up 54 points. Injuries would force the center to miss 18 games that season, otherwise his point total would have been a lot higher. If not for those missed games he might have scooped himself the rookie of the year award. Instead that honor went to Kane who had the benefit of playing all 82 games that year. Despite the contributions of their two star rookies the team missed the playoffs by 3 points.

Toews Scores Spectacular Goal Against the Colorado Avalanche

Toews matured quickly and the following season his Blackhawks improved by leaps and bounds. With he and Kane providing the offense, and the defensive pairing of Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook coming into their own the Hawks completely erased the image of league doormats and instead became legitimate Stanley Cup contenders.

Toews had a strong, if unspectacular second season offensively, scoring 34 goals and potting 69 points. The biggest change for the young man came when the Blackhawks made the move of naming him their new captain, making him the third youngest player, behind Vincent Lecavalier (Tampa Bay Lightning), and Sidney Crosby (Pittsburgh Penguins), to ever receive that honor.

It would be an incredible year for Toews and his teammates. They would compete in the Winter Classic Game that year, losing 6-4 to the defending Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings. Despite that loss, Toews would lead his team to an incredible improvement that season. After missing the playoffs the year before, the Blackhawks surged up the standings in 2008-09, finishing with 104 points, good enough for 4th in the Western Conference and second in their division, behind only the Red Wings. The finish marked the first time since 2002 the club had qualified for the playoffs, ending the torment of long-suffering fans.

In his first taste of playoff hockey Toews continued to be a clutch performer. He led the Hawks against conference rival Calgary Flames in round one, and just like he had in his international appearances, Toews seemed possessed of nerves of steel, maintaining his calm demeanor in his first playoff series. He and the Hawks would dispatch the Flames in 6 games to move on to the second round.

In round two the competition got harder. This time the opponent was the Vancouver Canucks, a team which had become a bitter rival of the Hawks that season, following a brawl and an ongoing war of words. Though Henrik Sedin, Roberto Luongo and crew would give them fits the Hawks would ultimately prevail, lighting up Luongo in game 6 for a 7-5 victory that would knock the Canucks out of the post-season.

In round three the Hawks' incredible run would come to an end. Like they had in the Winter Classic the Detroit Red Wings showed the value of experience against the young Blackhawks. They won the series 4-1, and gave Toews a rare taste of defeat.

Toews Shines to the Winter Olympics

2009-10 was a dream season for Jonathan Toews. His Blackhawks continued to improve and battled for top spot in the Western Conference with the San Jose Sharks, and Toews was also named to the Canadian Olympic team, a coveted spot that saw many superstars like Martin St. Louis, Steven Stamkos and Brad Richards on the outside looking in.

Toews made the most of his chance. Put together on a line with Mike Richards of the Philadelphia Flyers and Rick Nash of the Columbus Blue Jackets, Toews was a dominant force every time he was on the ice. On a team of superstars it was Toews who led the way in points, tallying 8 in the tournament. He scored the all-important opening goal in Canada's 3-2 Gold Medal win against the Americans, and he was named the top forward in the tournament.

Toews and the Blackhawks Win the 2010 Stanley Cup

However, Toews wasn't content with a shiny new medal. He was thirsty for a chance to sip out of the Stanley Cup. He and the Hawks, after finishing second in the conference, beat out the Nashville Predators in round one, and fought off an embarrassing game one loss to beat Vancouver in 6 games in round two. In round three their opponents were the Western Conference leading San Jose Sharks. Led by Joe Thornton, Dany Heatley, Evgeni Nabokov and Patrick Marleau the Sharks were desperate to put an end to the claims that they didn't have what it took to win in the post-season. Toews and the Blackhawks were unsympathetic, sweeping the Sharks in a convincing 4-0 series win.

In the finals Toews and the Hawks would encounter a surprise opponent in the Philadelphia Flyers. The Flyers had finished as the 7th seed in the Eastern Conference, but after the Montreal Canadiens did them the favor of taking out powerhouses like the Washington Capitals and Pittsburgh Penguins the Flyers stomped the Habs to reach their first final since 1997.

Toews, Duncan Keith and Brent Seabrook would face off against Olympic teammates Mike Richards and Chris Pronger. The series would be a physical one, bitterly contested, but ultimately the Blackhawks would prevail on a game 6 overtime goal by Patrick Kane. The Stanley Cup victory made Toews the second youngest player, behind Sidney Crosby, to captain a team to the Stanley Cup, as well as the youngest player to become a member of the triple gold club (Stanley Cup, Olympics, World Championships). As the icing on the cake his 29 points during their playoff run earned him the Conn Smythe Trophy as Playoff MVP.

It is astonishing to see what Toews has accomplished in his brief hockey career. He has truly established himself as one of the elite players in the game, and as his popularity rises you can bet Jonathan Toews jerseys will be flying off the shelves for many years to come.