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The regular season schedule came to a close on Friday night, and the Blackhawks handled their business once again. With the 3-1 victory over the Calgary Flames, the Hawks moved their home record to 18-3-3 for the season.
The Blackhawks lost in Vancouver 3-1 on Monday night. Daniel Carcillo scored the only Hawks goal. Brandon Bollig and Viktor Stalberg skated on penalty kill duty. And Dave Bolland left after five shifts with a groin injury. And that’s… about … Continue reading
On Thursday morning, the Blackhawks made a few roster moves in preparation for the season beginning on Saturday. Forwards Brandon Pirri and Jimmy Hayes and defenseman Ryan Stanton were sent back to Rockford. The Hawks roster now stands at 24 … Continue reading
The Rockford IceHogs made a final addition to the group on their training camp roster on Friday: veteran defenseman Brett Lebda.
On Monday, the Chicago Blackhawks announced three roster moves. The organization agreed to two-year deals with forwards Ben Smith and Brandon Bollig. Both contracts are two-way in the first season, and one-way contracts in the second. Chicago also agreed to … 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
Ray Emery wasn’t great but the Hawks scorers tried to make things interesting the night after locking up a playoff spot in the regular season finale at the United Center.
As the Blackhawks push for a secure spot in the postseason, Chicago has received an incredible contribution from rookies. In fact, looking deeper into the numbers indicates the Hawks have relied on their rookies more than almost any other team … Continue reading
The trade deadline has passed, and so must the pleasantries. Corey Crawford sucked on Wednesday night. Ray Emery was fantastic, and the Blackhawks offensively fought back to beat a really, really bad Toronto Maple Leafs team 5-4.