Tag Archives: Bryan Bickell
With Chicago waiting to hear about the severity of Patrick Sharp’s wrist injury, the degree of trades necessary for the Hawks to stay on track for a postseason spot is up in the air. But here are three trades that … Continue reading
The Blackhawks continue trying to reinvent the wheel with their forward lines, and the success they have received from the often-random groups is a consistent as the lines have been. One forward who hasn’t received an increased work load is Jamal Mayers. … Continue reading
After an impressive third period comeback in Philadelphia on Thursday night, the Blackhawks appeared to leave any willingness to compete in Pennsylvania.
With just a few games under his belt, has Blackhawks rookie Jimmy Hayes already started pushing Bryan Bickell out of the Hawks’ rotation?
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
With the Blackhawks taking time away from the ice for Christmas, it’s a good time to look back at the first 35 games of the NHL season. The Hawks are 22-9-4, good for first place in the Central Division and Western … Continue reading
Major injuries all over the NHL are becoming a plague, and teams are starting to look around to fill significant roster holes as much as they’re looking to add a missing piece to a would-be winning formula. With the cap space … Continue reading
Rumors out of southern California are that the Ducks might be shopping Bobby Ryan after an awful November has almost removed them from the Western Conference playoff picture already. Could the Blackhawks be interested in Ryan? Should they be? And, … Continue reading
After an ugly first few minutes, the Blackhawks veteran leadership had a huge third period and got Chicago out of the loss column. The offensive outburst was exceptional, and the key players that need to carry this team did so … Continue reading
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