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After a less-than-stellar Game Three, the Chicago Blackhawks answered the bell in Game Four with one of the most dominant defensive performances of the last three years. With Corey Crawford making all the saves necessary to secure the victory and … Continue reading
The regular season schedule came to a close on Friday night, and the Blackhawks handled their business once again. With the 3-1 victory over the Calgary Flames, the Hawks moved their home record to 18-3-3 for the season.
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?
The Chicago Blackhawks stayed on top of the NHL with a strong victory on Friday night. Chicago showed San Jose and the rest of the league why they have yet to lose a game in regulation through 14 games once … Continue reading
For the masses counting the days between Blackhawks shutout victories, hit the reset button. On Sunday night, Corey Crawford kept all 16 shots he faced out of the net and the Hawks ended their long road trip with an incredible … Continue reading
Despite a miserable early performance, the Blackhawks were able to dig out of a couple two-goal deficits in a wild first period. And this time, it was the team’s youngest players leading the way.
As the NHL and the NHLPA continue leaving fans at home, the AHL season is about to begin. The Blackhawks’ AHL affiliate in Rockford has an impressive roster with a handful of young players with NHL experience. Now two full seasons … Continue reading
On Thursday evening, the Blackhawks’ AHL affiliate Rockford IceHogs set their Opening Night roster. It is as follows: Forwards (15): Kyle Beach, Brandon Bollig, Wade Brookbank, Rob Flick, Jimmy Hayes, Marcus Kruger, Peter LeBlanc, Jeremy Morin, Philippe Paradis, Brandon Pirri, … Continue reading
The Rockford IceHogs made a final addition to the group on their training camp roster on Friday: veteran defenseman Brett Lebda.
After many of the Blackhawks’ top prospects travelled to Chicago for the annual prospect camp this past week, fans were able to get a look at what the future might hold at the United Center. Here are a few observations.