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On the night the Chicago Blackhawks honored Marian Hossa’s 1,000th career game, the team extended the NHL’s best start with an electrifying first period.
On Sunday in Detroit, Blackhawks superstar Marian Hossa will play his 1,000th career NHL game.
It only took 12 seconds for the Blackhawks to put the game out of the Blues’ reach on Thursday night in St. Louis.
The Blackhawks won. Again. And, as has become the trend with this team, the superstars stole headlines while role players made a major impact.
On Friday night, history was made at the United Center. And the game that set the record for the Chicago Blackhawks perfectly captured why this team has yet to lose in regulation through 17 games.
At the end of the Blackhawks live broadcast of their morning skate on Friday, coach Joel Quenneville confirmed that Marian Hossa will dress against the San Jose Sharks. Defenseman Brent Seabrook is expected to play tonight as well. Quenneville also … Continue reading
Just after 6 PM ET, the NHL posted the suspension video for Jannik Hansen on their website. Apparently, that posting was done prematurely, as it was removed once I posted it here. Brendan Shanahan notes in the video that Hansen … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks tied history on Tuesday night, defeating the Vancouver Canucks in a shootout. But the game ended with an ugly cloud hovering over the United Center after a pathetic cheap shot ended Marian Hossa’s night prematurely.
In spite of strong efforts from a number of individuals, the Blackhawks lost to the Ducks in a shootout on Tuesday night.
On Sunday night, the Chicago Blackhawks finished an unprecedented first quarter of their lockout-shortened season. Through 12 games, they have yet to lose a game in regulation. There have been highlights everywhere and some really good individual performances throughout. Here … Continue reading