Category Archives: 2011-12 Blackhawks
Before we can look ahead to potential summer shopping, it’s a worthy exercise to look back at the past performance of Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman. Bowman made a number of moves before and during the 2011-12 season that … Continue reading
Ottawa’s Erik Karlsson has stolen most of the headlines among NHL defensemen this year, and rightfully so. He’s having an outstanding season and has run away with the scoring title for defensemen. But quietly, Chicago’s Brent Seabrook has emerged as … Continue reading
For 59 minutes, the Blackhawks appeared to be headed to a first round series against division rivals from Nashville. But a last-minute goal for the Red Wings pushed the game into overtime – and the Hawks into sixth place – … Continue reading
While Jonathan Toews has been missing from the lineup, the superstars on the Hawks roster have carried their share of the offensive burden. But the contributions of the much-maligned Bryan Bickell, who struggled for much of the season’s first half, … Continue reading
As the Western Conference playoff race heats up, the Blackhawks suffered a tough shootout loss in Minnesota.
With only two games left on the calendar, the Blackhawks line up as the sixth seed in the Western Conference. Fans have been quick to point out the flaws with this year’s Hawks team (special teams and… special teams), but … Continue reading
Now that it’s over, we can look back at the five games Duncan Keith was suspended. How did the Blackhawks do without the NHL’s ice time leader?
Ray Emery wasn’t great but the Hawks scorers tried to make things interesting the night after locking up a playoff spot in the regular season finale at the United Center.