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With reports that the Blackhawks signed forward Jamal Mayers for another year, the Hawks have a pretty full roster already looking ahead to the 2012-13 season. So what does the Mayers signing mean to this summer’s free agent agenda for … Continue reading
It has been two years since the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup, and the dismantling series of trades that immediately followed the championship. With two full seasons now in the books, how did the Blackhawks do in the trades that … Continue reading
Stan Bowman met the media on Wednesday morning and answered questions on a number of topics. Here are a few highlights:
When Jonathan Toews scored the dramatic, game-winning goal in Phoenix late on Saturday night, two things were assured. The two teams will meet again, in Chicago, on Monday night. And Andrew Shaw will return to the lineup for the Blackhawks.
While meeting the media on Friday, Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville confirmed that the coaching staff will have a conversation about whether they turn to Ray Emery in net for Game Five in Phoenix. That’s just one of a number of decisions … Continue reading
As the Blackhawks push for a secure spot in the postseason, Chicago has received an incredible contribution from rookies. In fact, looking deeper into the numbers indicates the Hawks have relied on their rookies more than almost any other team … Continue reading
After a comeback win against the Leafs that ultimately cost Ron Wilson the coaching job in Toronto on Wednesday night, the Blackhawks played a fantastic defensive game against the Ottawa Senators on Friday to earn two big points. And no Blackhawks … Continue reading
The trade deadline has passed, and so must the pleasantries. Corey Crawford sucked on Wednesday night. Ray Emery was fantastic, and the Blackhawks offensively fought back to beat a really, really bad Toronto Maple Leafs team 5-4.
Jimmy Hayes and Marcus Kruger scored Chicago’s two goals as the Blackhawks extended their winning streak to four games, three of which have come against the NHL’s elite.
Sami Lepisto scored his first goal with the Blackhawks, John Scott hammered Derek Dorsett and Viktor Stalberg continued to light up the Blue Jackets in a much-needed blowout victory for Chicago.