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Below is the video that played after a moment of silence in Boston on Wednesday night, followed by the national anthem.
The Blackhawkshave acquired forward Maxim Sauve from Boston in exchange for forward Rob Flick. Suave was the Bruins’ second round pick (47th overall) in the 2008 NHL Draft. He has scored 44 goals in 158 career games with Providence, Boston’s … Continue reading
UPDATE: the Pittsburgh Penguins, not the Boston Bruins, have acquired long-time Calgary Flames captain Jarome Iginla. Calgary will receive forwards Ben Hanowski and Kenny Agostino and a first round pick in the 2013 Draft.
Duncan Keith has become a whipping boy for Blackhawks fans since winning the Norris Trophy in 2010. Perception is that his play has dropped off, and some fans consider him a player that could be traded. Is Keith really expendable?
Two-time Vezina Trophy winner Tim Thomas made official on Sunday that he will not finish his contract with the Boston Bruins, choosing to forfeit $5 million and will sit out the 2012-13 season. He made the announcement on his Facebook … Continue reading
On Saturday, the last two Stanley Cup champions will do battle on the United Center ice. What makes the game more special is the rare opportunity to see two Original Six franchises renew their historic rivalry.
Anyone that watched Game Three of the Stanley Cup Finals saw a horrific incident that is precisely the type of play the league must eliminate. If the NHL is serious about protecting the safety of its players, then what Aaron … Continue reading
Really? His excuse was that Bergeron’s finger was “in his mouth.” The exaggerated biting motion never happened. How does he explain this? Did Duncan Keith’s hair mysteriously find its way into his hand, and the Blackhawks defenseman jerked his head … Continue reading
Everyone in Chicago is enamored with the idea of the Hawks making a move to add a legitimate second center to the roster before the 2011-12 season begins. Despite quality production from Patrick Sharp in that role last year, and … Continue reading