Tag Archives: 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs
Five games. Five overtimes. This time, the Blackhawks season was on the line, and there was no way Chicago’s captain was starting his summer on Saturday night.
Phoenix Coyotes thug forward Raffi Torres has been suspended indefinitely by the NHL after his disgusting hit on Marian Hossa in Tuesday night’s game. The league has requested an in-person hearing with Torres, and had reportedly asked for it to … Continue reading
On Tuesday night, the Chicago Blackhawks lost to the Phoenix Coyotes 3-2 in overtime. And Raffi Torres sent Marian Hossa to the hospital on a stretcher.
The NHL’s epic disaster discipline czar Brendan Shanahan met with Blackhawks’ rookie Andrew Shaw on Monday afternoon to discuss his hit on Phoenix goalie Mike Smith. After hours of waiting, reports leaked that the NHL wouldn’t rule on the Shaw … Continue reading
On Monday afternoon, the Blackhawks Blackhawks have recalled their “black aces” for the 2012 Stanley Cup playoffs: forwards Jeremy Morin and Brandon Pirri, defensemen Joe Lavin and Ryan Stanton, and goaltender Carter Hutton from Rockford and forward Brandon Saad from Saginaw of … Continue reading
The Blackhawks didn’t tie the Coyotes until there were 14 seconds left in Game One. They waited until there were only five seconds left in regulaton to take Game Two to overtime, but this time the results were different. Bryan … Continue reading
During the second period on Saturday night, Blackhawks rookie Andrew Shaw made contact with Phoenix goalie Mike Smith. Here’s the video: Shaw received a five minute major penalty for charging and a game misconduct for the hit. Despite TSN’s “experts” saying … Continue reading
Chicago had their captain back on the ice, and Jonathan Toews quickly made his presence known with a first period goal. But a sloppy second period ended with the Blackhawks trailing 2-1 on the road. A frustrating third period saw more struggles … Continue reading
So what do the experts think about the Blackhawks’ first round match-up with the Phoenix Coyotes? Let’s take a look: