Tag Archives: Bryan Bickell
The Blackhawks might sit near the top of the NHL still, but their two ugly losses on Friday and Saturday nights had the appearance of the team taking a step backwards. When the season began, one young player the organization … Continue reading
In the last two games, the Blackhawks have had some glaring issues made glaringly obvious. But the issues with the Hawks run deeper than two ugly losses. Chicago has only three regulation wins in their last 11 games. So, with … Continue reading
According to reports, the Chicago Blackhawks will roll out new-look lines on Tuesday night in an effort to get the team out of a funk. Part of that new look will be Bryan Bickell watching from the press box. Why … 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
On Friday night, the Blackhawks and Lightning established a number of benchmarks for the Chicago franchise. Before Friday, the last time the Blackhawks scored two goals in 12 seconds or less was Jan. 20, 2007 at Nashville. The last time they … Continue reading
Viktor Stalberg has now scored three goals during the 2011-12 season. Two of them are game-winners.
Last year, the Blackhawks had too many “off nights” to accept, and it nearly cost them a playoff berth. On Friday night in Raleigh, the Hawks failed to show up for the first time this year.
The highlights will mostly involved Colorado netminder Seymon Varlamov keeping the Hawks out of the net, but Chicago outlasted the Avalanche in a big early-season game on Thursday night.
The final score of Monday night’s game was 5-2 in favor of the Chicago Blackhawks, but the game wasn’t that close.
To begin the 2011-12 season, the Chicago Blackhawks have continued to use their elite skill to draw penalties. In four games, the Hawks have drawn 17 penalties, but have only scored two goals. For the non-math majors out there, the … Continue reading