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The Blackhawks came up short against a dominant Jimmy Howard and the Red Wings in Detroit on Monday night, and now trail in their Western Conference semifinal series.
After practice on Monday morning, coach Joel Quenneville confirmed that forward Viktor Stalberg will return to the lineup for Game Three in Detroit. Michal Handzus will also play, meaning Daniel Carcillo is the odd man out.
A Saturday matinee once again treated the Blackhawks poorly, and the Red Wings handed the Hawks a loss equal to the defeat Chicago had given Detroit earlier in the week.
On Friday morning, the NHL announced that Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville is one of three finalists for the Jack Adams Award, which is presented “to the NHL coach adjudged to have contributed the most to his team’s success.” The other … Continue reading
Last spring, a poor series against Phoenix put Johnny Oduya in the doghouse with many Blackhawks fans. But 12 months later, Oduya is having a fantastic start to the postseason next to Michal Rozsival, and the Hawks’ “third” defensive pair … Continue reading
According to coach Joel Quenneville, forward Viktor Stalberg will be a healthy scratch for Game One against the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday night. Chris Kuc tweeted after this morning’s practice that “Stalberg questioned his role–or lack of it–in certain … Continue reading
This week, we’ve made the case for a number of Blackhawks to win major NHL awards after this season. We discussed the credentials of Jonathan Toews for Selke, Patrick Kane for Lady Byng and Brandon Saad for Calder. Now, let’s … Continue reading
TSN released the results of a poll of NHL coaches, and the results showed a lot of respect for what the Blackhawks are accomplishing this season from their rivals. In the survey, 13 Western Conference coaches were asked to pick … Continue reading
As the Blackhawks continue to look futile with a man advantage, the importance of special teams play when trying to win a Stanley Cup has come into focus for Chicago. Could the Hawks’ achilles heel – a miserable powerplay – … Continue reading
It only took 12 seconds for the Blackhawks to put the game out of the Blues’ reach on Thursday night in St. Louis.