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As the NHL trade deadline approaches, Blackhawks fans are squarely focused on the team acquiring a second-line center. But could the Hawks have an answer on the roster already?
After a tough loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Monday night, the Blackhawks bounced back with a strong effort to shutout the Calgary Flames 2-0.
Four netminders allowed 11 goals on Sunday night at the United Center. Unfortunately, the Blackhawks weren’t able to overcome a miserable first period.
Reports are indicating that the Colorado Avalanche are now shopping unhappy free agent center Ryan O’Reilly. The question isn’t whether or not the Blackhawks should be interested (they should), but what could/should they be willing to give up to acquire … Continue reading
In spite of strong efforts from a number of individuals, the Blackhawks lost to the Ducks in a shootout on Tuesday night.
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.
After being thoroughly frustrated during the playoffs, the Blackhawks solved Mike Smith and stayed undefeated on the young season. At the center of the controversial series in April was the concussion suffered by Marian Hossa. In his return to Glendale, … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks search for a second line center started training camp with a familiar face getting another look among the team’s top six forwards. At the team’s first practice, Dave Bolland skated between Patrick Kane and Patrick Sharp. Is … Continue reading
As the owners and players sort through the legal details of getting hockey back on the ice, fans are left to wonder which players will be playing somewhere else in the next couple weeks. And, with a very small window … Continue reading