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When the Florida Panthers take the ice at the United Center on Friday night, it will feel like home for more than one of the visitors.
When the Blackhawks play in Florida on Thursday, it will be as much a reunion as it will be a hockey game.
As the calendar continues to creep toward the 2011 NHL Draft, we’re looking back at the Blackhawks’ history in the event. On Wednesday, in the first piece in the series, we looked back at some of the best draft steals in … 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
I attended the Blackhawks game against the Blue Jackets on Friday night, and it was glaringly obvious why these Blackhawks are not a playoff team. It has nothing to do with superstars carrying the team. Heck, all three goals were … Continue reading
With his trade to Florida on Wednesday, the Jack Skille Era in Chicago has officially ended. But did it ever start? Between 1991 and 2005, the Blackhawks had five picks in the top 10 of the Draft: Mark Bell (8, 1998), … Continue reading
Before Wednesday night’s game, the Blackhawks have made a trade. Jack Skille and prospects Hugh Jessiman and David Pacan have been dealt to the Florida Panthers to center Michael Frolik and goalie Alexander Salak. Frolik, 22, is in his … Continue reading
After an underwhelming performance against the Calgary Flames on Monday night, the consistent mediocrity from the Blackhawks is more than a trend. It’s a major issue. How do you wake up a team that’s clearly talented enough to beat anyone, … Continue reading
Consider all the hyperbole that has been thrown around about the Blackhawks push for a playoff spot. Marian Hossa needs to score. Dave Bolland needs to score. Patrick Kane needs to be more offensive. Jack Skille needs to do… … Continue reading