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The Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks played a great, playoff-caliber hockey game on Tuesday night to begin the home stretch of the season. The game was as close as the final score indicated, and the action was intense for more … Continue reading
Now that the team has played 50 games, it’s a good time to evaluate the performances of the Chicago Blackhawks roster through the All-Star Break. In this first of a three-part series, we’ll begin by looking at the rookies on the roster. … Continue reading
When the dust settled on Tuesday night at the United Center, the Blackhawks had lost to the Nashville Predators again. But this time, there were some positives fans could take away from the game.
While playing without Patrick Sharp, the Blackhawks have received some great performances from secondary players. But what cannot be overlooked is the cost of these contributions against the salary cap.
The Chicago Blackhawks streak of strong play while missing Patrick Sharp continued as the rookies once again led the way to victory.
When the dust settled on Sunday night, the talk of the United Center was (once again) Blackhawks rookie Andrew Shaw. Whether it was Jonathan Toews acknowledging his popularity with the fans or San Jose coach Todd McLellan admitting that Shaw … Continue reading
After a Sunday afternoon loss that had many fans asking for immediate changes, the Blackhawks got back on track with a solid victory against a hot San Jose Sharks team at home on Sunday night.
In spite of an incredible performance from Corey Crawford and a late game-tying goal from Jonathan Toews, the Blackhawks lost to the Red Wings 3-2 in overtime for the second time in a week.
When Patrick Sharp went down for a few weeks, there were instant concerns that the struggling Blackhawks were going to need help to get back on track. In the two games since Sharp left the lineup, the Hawks have received … Continue reading
The Blackhawks improved to 2-0-0 without Patrick Sharp on Thursday night with a dominating 5-2 win over the struggling Minnesota Wild. And once again, it was the team’s rookies leading the way to victory.