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With reports that the Blackhawks signed forward Jamal Mayers for another year, the Hawks have a pretty full roster already looking ahead to the 2012-13 season. So what does the Mayers signing mean to this summer’s free agent agenda for … Continue reading
As the respective conference finals continue, the Blackhawks are (once again) watching from home. There are a number of players that might be headed out of town this summer, either as a free agent or by trade. But one player … Continue reading
Now that we’ve looked back at the free agents Stan Bowman signed last summer, let’s look at a guy they should spend some of the Brian Campbell-created cap space on this summer. There were some obvious issues with the group … Continue reading
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. The Blackhawks scored a late, game-tying goal to force overtime. And then lost when Corey Crawford allowed a soft goal. Heard enough? So have I.
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
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
Ottawa’s Erik Karlsson has stolen most of the headlines among NHL defensemen this year, and rightfully so. He’s having an outstanding season and has run away with the scoring title for defensemen. But quietly, Chicago’s Brent Seabrook has emerged as … Continue reading
Now that it’s over, we can look back at the five games Duncan Keith was suspended. How did the Blackhawks do without the NHL’s ice time leader?
The Blackhawks are in the playoffs for the fourth straight year. Chicago clinched a postseason spot with a win over a Nashville team that has dominated them all year. Like the rest of the season, it wasn’t pretty. But there … Continue reading
Looking for critical late-season points to assure a playoff position, the Blackhawks dressed seven defensemen for a tough road game in New Jersey. Corey Crawford bounced back from a rough night against Nashville and the Hawks allowed only 22 shots … Continue reading