Tag Archives: Brian Campbell
With the news of Corey Crawford signing with the Blackhawks for three more years, it’s time to take an updated look forward at the salary cap situation for the Hawks. As we’ve done four times before, let’s look at what … Continue reading
Now that the season has ended, and the lockers have been cleared out, we’ll look back at the season that was and grade the players on the 2010-11 Chicago Blackhawks. In our first edition of the season grades, we looked at … Continue reading
When the Blackhawks season ended on Tuesday night, everyone looked for a scapegoat. It was easy to throw poor Chris Campoli under the bus for his awful turnover in overtime. And Marian Hossa didn’t put up a lot of points, … Continue reading
Now that the Blackhawks’ season has come to a close, the questions – and blaming – have started as fans look towards next year. First of all, it’s going to be OK in Chicago. They have plenty of talent on … Continue reading
The Canucks admittedly played their best game of the series in Chicago on Sunday night, and lost. The Blackhawks had a solid game, but a number of players weren’t their best. But there are a few numbers that stick … Continue reading
In what became a duel between two scorers, Daniel Sedin and the Canucks squeaked out a 4-3 win. While one of the Sedins leading the way for Vancouver isn’t surprising, the name Ben Smith might not have been familiar to … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks started their title defense in Vancouver with a shutout loss at the hands of Roberto Luongo and the Canucks. So what?
After a rough stretch of games in mid-March, during which the Hawks went 1-2-2, it appears they have found their groove again. And it begins on defense.
Now that Marcus Krüger has arrived in Chicago, it’s worth taking a look at the perceived “trainwreck” of a salary cap situation facing the Chicago Blackhawks next year. Back in mid-January, we looked at some potential numbers for the … Continue reading
In the wake of news that the Hawks could be looking at a couple weeks without Patrick Sharp, many fans are starting to jump off the bandwagon. As Lee Corso says every Saturday in the fall: Not so fast!