Category Archives: 2011-12 Blackhawks
In spite of so many fans claiming the Blackhawks’ front office has failed because of disappointing statistical production from some of the veteran free agents that have been brought in with short-term deals, the playoff-bound Hawks wouldn’t be leaving their … Continue reading
The Blackhawks are in the playoffs for the fourth straight year. Chicago clinched a postseason spot with a win over a Nashville team that has dominated them all year. Like the rest of the season, it wasn’t pretty. But there … Continue reading
In one playoff series in the Ontario Hockey League, two of the Blackhawks top prospects are making a strong statement.
It wasn’t pretty, and included the Hawks giving away a two-goal lead in the third period, but the final result was all that mattered on Thursday night. The Blackhawks defeated the Blues.
The Blackhawks played a very good Predators team on Sunday night without Jonathan Toews, Duncan Keith or Marcus Kruger. And they got hammered. As much as one would like to think the missing players were an excuse for the Hawks … Continue reading
Sportsnet’s Nick Kypreos is reporting late Thursday night that Duncan Keith’s meeting with the NHL might be bigger than initially reported. Kypreos tweeted that the league has indeed asked Keith to meet in-person regarding his elbow to the head of … Continue reading
The Vancouver Canucks want the NHL to throw the book at Duncan Keith for his hit on Daniel Sedin on Wednesday night. Ironic, isn’t it, that an organization that has taken more cheap/dirty hits than any in the league in … Continue reading
In his finest performance since facing the Vancouver Canucks in the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs, Corey Crawford stood strong throughout a physical hockey game and earned a hard-fought overtime victory.