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With fans in Chicago begging for the Blackhawks to make a move that might not be available, there is one move GM Stan Bowman could make internally that might make an impact. One trade needs to be made, and could happen … 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
Now that the team has played 50 games, it’s a good time to evaluate the performances of the Chicago Blackhawks roster through the All-Star Break. In this first of a three-part series, we’ll begin by looking at the rookies on the roster. … Continue reading
When the dust settled on Tuesday night at the United Center, the Blackhawks had lost to the Nashville Predators again. But this time, there were some positives fans could take away from the game.
The Chicago Blackhawks streak of strong play while missing Patrick Sharp continued as the rookies once again led the way to victory.
The Blackhawks have been forced to rely on the depth of their organization recently with a number of players getting called up from Rockford because of injuries. Now that Patrick Sharp is expected to miss a month, more prospects names … Continue reading
With Chicago waiting to hear about the severity of Patrick Sharp’s wrist injury, the degree of trades necessary for the Hawks to stay on track for a postseason spot is up in the air. But here are three trades that … Continue reading
The Blackhawks continue trying to reinvent the wheel with their forward lines, and the success they have received from the often-random groups is a consistent as the lines have been. One forward who hasn’t received an increased work load is Jamal Mayers. … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks made a number of roster moves on Wednesday morning. Defenseman Dylan Olsen was recalled from Rockford and forward Andrew Shaw was added to the active roster while Marcus Kruger and Steve Montador were both placed on injured reserve.
Not everything at the United Center is great these days. Other than their lackluster performance to begin the new calendar year on Monday night, the injury bug appears to have found the fringes of the Hawks roster. Coach Joel Quenneville … Continue reading