This Week’s Biggest Gainers
1 Jonathan Toews, Brent Seabrook, Duncan Keith
The members of the Blackhawks and Canada’s Olympic hockey team left Vancouver gold-medalists.
2 Patrick Kane
The Hawks right wing won a silver medal in the Olympics as a member of the USA squad.
3 Roger Ebert
Debuted his new voice—“Roger, Jr.”—to much applause on “The Oprah Winfrey Show.”
4 Patrick Fitzgerald
The US Attorney was spotlighted in the media after it was announced he was set to prosecute the Mumbai terror attacks.
5 Michael Jordan
The Bulls great now has his very own basketball team—he purchased a controlling stake in the Charlotte Bobcats.
This Week’s Biggest Losers
1 Ron Huberman
Facing a $975 million deficit next year, the CPS chief announced more furlough days for employees and 500 more job cuts.
2 Kimisha M. Moore
The 19-year-old admitted to being on her cell phone when she crashed into and severly injured an Illinois State Trooper last week on the Dan Ryan.
3 Pat Quinn
The governor, to Tammy Duckworth: “Please be my Lt. Governor.” Tammy Duckworth: “Nope.”
4 Bill Brady
In light of activist outrage, the State Senator and candidate for governor backed off a proposed bill that would allow mass euthanasia practices on animals.
5 Kenny Williams
Ozzie Guillen launched his Twitter page. This is gonna be a fun season.