Tag Archives: Brian Campbell
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
Earlier this week we looked back at and evaluated the free agent moves Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman made between the end of the 2010-11 season and the final horn sounding against Phoenix. Now, let’s consider the trades Bowman … Continue reading
When the Florida Panthers take the ice at the United Center on Friday night, it will feel like home for more than one of the visitors.
As the temperature outdoors goes down, the Blackhawks are heating things up.
When the Blackhawks traded away Brian Campbell this summer and brought in Steve Montador, Sean O’Donnell and Sami Lepisto, the initial assumption was that Chicago would feel a drop-off on the offensive end of the ice. That couldn’t be further … Continue reading
On Wednesday, the Blackhawks placed Rostislav Olesz on waivers. In six games with the Blackhawks, Olesz had six shots on goal, zero goals, zero assists and was minus-one while averaging 9:06 in ice time per game. He was acquired in … Continue reading
Rostislav Olesz was acquired in a salary-dumping trade with the Panthers this summer. Brian Campbell took his enormous cap hit to Florida, leaving the Hawks with a player making $3.125M - less than half the cap hit for fewer years. But … Continue reading
With October in the books, the Blackhawks will spend most of November on the road. But looking back at October, one player on the Hawks roster outplayed his expectations in the season’s first month. Consider the following comparison of five Octobers: Season: 1 2 … Continue reading
Despite allowing 42 shots on Corey Crawford, the Blackhawks escaped Thursday night with two critical points in the standings. It wasn’t pretty, but the Hawks skated away with the win.
When the Blackhawks play in Florida on Thursday, it will be as much a reunion as it will be a hockey game.