Tag Archives: Jamal Mayers
Everyone wanted to see how the Blackhawks would perform in their first game against the Seattle Phoenix Coyotes with Raffi Torres in the lineup. Chicago answered the bell with their most dominant performance of the season.
RDS reported early on Friday evening that the Blackhawks have agreed to terms on a one-year, $600k deal with veteran forward Jamal Mayers. Mayers had six goals and nine assists in 81 regular season games in 2011-12. He ranked third … Continue reading
Before we can look ahead to potential summer shopping, it’s a worthy exercise to look back at the past performance of Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman. Bowman made a number of moves before and during the 2011-12 season that … Continue reading
As the Western Conference playoff race heats up, the Blackhawks suffered a tough shootout loss in Minnesota.
The Blackhawks have played the last 11 games without their captain, Jonathan Toews. Seven of those have come since the NHL trade deadline, when the Hawks disappointed many fans by only making two moves (acquiring defenseman Johnny Oduya and moving “defenseman” John Scott). … Continue reading
How about this coming from a Hockey Hall of Fame writer who used to write for the Globe and Mail and Toronto Sun. With all due (lack of) respect to this jackwagon, he should have stayed retired and kept himself … Continue reading
Lots of Blackhawks fans are placing blame on the job general manager Stan Bowman did last summer for the team’s perceived inability to compete. With the ability to evaluate the additions made via free agency 52 games later, did Bowman … Continue reading
On Friday night, the Blackhawks acquired a veteran center. No, Brendan Morrison isn’t going to step in and become the 60-point second center that fans were craving, but the ripple effect on the rest of the roster could prove to … Continue reading
In the last couple days we’ve evaluated the performances of some of the Blackhawks. First we looked at the rookies, and then we graded the defensemen and goalies. Now, let’s take a serious look at the forwards’ play before the All-Star … Continue reading
The Blackhawks improved to 2-0-0 without Patrick Sharp on Thursday night with a dominating 5-2 win over the struggling Minnesota Wild. And once again, it was the team’s rookies leading the way to victory.