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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.
On Tuesday morning, the Chicago Blackhawks officially placed Daniel Carcillo on IR and recalled Ben Smith from Rockford. Carcillo’s suspension was complete after Sunday’s game.
The Chicago Blackhawks confirmed on Monday morning that Patrick Sharp, who scored his 20th goal of the season last night, will miss the next 3-4 weeks with an “upper-body injury.” The injury is believed to be hand/wrist related. Coach Joel … Continue reading
With Chicago waiting to hear about the severity of Patrick Sharp’s wrist injury, the degree of trades necessary for the Hawks to stay on track for a postseason spot is up in the air. But here are three trades that … Continue reading
Not everything at the United Center is great these days. Other than their lackluster performance to begin the new calendar year on Monday night, the injury bug appears to have found the fringes of the Hawks roster. Coach Joel Quenneville … Continue reading
As the 2011 calendar year ends, the Blackhawks find themselves in a most enviable position. They’re on top of the Western Conference, have one of the top ten organizations in the NHL, and have over $5.5M in cap space to make … Continue reading
With the Blackhawks taking time away from the ice for Christmas, it’s a good time to look back at the first 35 games of the NHL season. The Hawks are 22-9-4, good for first place in the Central Division and Western … Continue reading
The Blackhawks brought Ben Smith back from Rockford on Thursday evening after revealing that Daniel Carcillo is questionable with an upper-body injury.
On Monday morning, the Blackhawks sent forward Ben Smith back to Rockford. Smith had one goal in seven games with Chicago this season, but skated a team-low 5:48 on Sunday night.
Patrick Sharp became the first players in Blackhawks’ history to win back-to-back games with an overtime game-winner, but the story of Sunday night was Ray Emery.