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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.
Andrew Shaw and Dylan Olsen made their NHL debuts on Thursday night in Philadelphia, and Shaw made a big impression.
The Chicago Blackhawks gave fans a lot to be excited about during the 2011 calendar year. There have been some highs and lows, some intriguing names added and familiar faces removed. Some guys have been impressive, and others have made … Continue reading
Despite trailing twice in the game, the Blackhawks came back and defeated their hated rivals from Detroit in a good, old school battle.
In this second part of our look back at the Blackhawks performance through Christmas, we’ll grade the performances from the Blackhawks’ defensemen and goalies through the season’s first 35 games. We previously graded the forwards.
With three 20-year-olds in the lineup, the Blackhawks overwhelmed the visiting Montreal Canadiens at the United Center on Wednesday night.
Brent Seabrook did travel with the Blackhawks to Pittsburgh on Monday. His status for Tuesday’s game against the Pens is still in question, however.
The Blackhawks scored another dominating victory on Sunday night, but the game had an enormous shadow cast on the outcome.
On Sunday night, Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook played his 500th NHL game. With another great defenseman who wore Number Seven in attendance – Chris Chelios – Seabrook and the Blackhawks staged a fantastic comeback to ultimately beat the San Jose … Continue reading
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.