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While other Blackhawks prefer to wait and see how negotiations progress before signing overseas, winger Michael Frolik has reached a decision.

Frolik became the first Hawk to sign in Europe during the lockout, opting to join Chomutov of the Czech Extraliga League. His first game is scheduled for Tuesday.

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- Forward Michael Frolik will play in consecutive games for the first time since late February when the Blackhawks meet the Columbus Blue Jackets Tuesday at Nationwide Arena.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Coach Joel Quenneville didn't seem too happy when he met the media following the Blackhawks' morning skate at H.P. Pavilion.

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- With some pressure to respond after two tough losses in Edmonton and Calgary, the Blackhawks are inching closer to full strength.

Friday was a busy day for general manager Stan Bowman. And it had nothing to do with the annual convention at the Hilton Chicago.

The Hawks announced they signed winger Michael Frolik to a three-year deal, which is worth a total of $7 million, and also defenseman Sami Lepisto, who will make $750,000.

But Bowman also said the team has decided to end negotiations with restricted free agent defenseman Chris Campoli, who has an arbitration hearing scheduled on Aug. 3.

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