Tag Archives: Bryan Bickell
The Chicago Blackhawks stayed on top of the NHL with a strong victory on Friday night. Chicago showed San Jose and the rest of the league why they have yet to lose a game in regulation through 14 games once … Continue reading
On Sunday night, the Chicago Blackhawks finished an unprecedented first quarter of their lockout-shortened season. Through 12 games, they have yet to lose a game in regulation. There have been highlights everywhere and some really good individual performances throughout. Here … Continue reading
It took them roughly 15 minutes to show up, but the Blackhawks once again handled their business against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night.
Viktor Stalberg is now officially signed to play overseas, joining Michal Rozsival, Michael Frolik and Bryan Bickell.
Here is where current Chicago Blackhawks are reportedly playing during the lockout: Michael Frolik – Pirati Chomutov (Czech Extraliga) Michal Roszival – HC Plzen (Czech Extraliga) Bryan Bickell – HC Znojmo (Austria) Viktor Stalberg is also overseas, practicing with Frolunda HC (Swedish … Continue reading
On Tuesday, the Blackhawks (finally) announced the roster of current and former players that will attend this weekend’s Blackhawks Convention. Here it is: Current: (24) Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Patrick Sharp, Marian Hossa, Duncan Keith, Brent Seabrook, Dave Bolland, Andrew … Continue reading
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
This summer’s crop of free agents in Chicago is loaded with veterans, most of whom aren’t expected back next year. But looking at the summer of 2013, the Blackhawks are looking at a number of intriguing decisions that could impact … Continue reading
Six was the unlucky number for the Blackhawks this spring. They finished sixth in the Western Conference, and were bounced out of the playoffs in six games by the Phoenix Coyotes. And now that the playoffs are officially done, let’s … 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.