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Chicago Blackhawks Exhausting Ten Game Recap

Teams in the NHL only get 82 games to prove themselves, so making the most of every night is crucial. Spoiled Blackhawks fans only have to look back three years to see an 88-point season leave them three points out … Continue reading

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Antti Who? Marty Turco Outstanding Again in Another Blackhawks Win

On Wednesday night, two Western Conference heavyweights came to the United Center for a game that would be televised across the US and Canada. After being eliminated from consecutive postseasons by the Blackhawks, the Vancouver Canucks certainly have a score … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Numbers: Wandering Around the Stats Through 7 Games

The Blackhawks have already played seven games in the young 2010-11 season (only Pittsburgh has played as many), but the strong play in the last three games has launched the Hawks into first place in the Central Division andthe Western … Continue reading

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Marian Hossa and Patrick Sharp Lead Unstoppable Blackhawks

Over the course of a long, 82-game regular season, there are games that serve as a catalyst that can either spark a stretch great, confident play or can send a team into a tailspin of mediocrity. Last year, Blackhawks fans … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Finding Rhythm Up Front as Marty Turco Eliminates Doubt

73. That’s how many shots Marty Turco faced between Friday night in Columbus and Saturday night against Buffalo at home. After leaving the defensively deficient Dallas Stars to join a Blackhawks defense that allowed the fewest shots on net in … Continue reading

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Corey Crawford Gets Consecutive Starts: Goalie Controversy?

No. There is no goalie controversy in Chicago. Did that blow the suspense? Sorry. The Blackhawks surprised many by deciding on giving rookie Corey Crawford a second consecutive start on Wednesday night against Nashville. After giving up two quick goals … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Observations After Three Preseason Games

The two preseason games against Detroit are hard to put into any competitive context because the Blackhawks skated their “B Team” on Friday night against most of the Red Wings regulars, and then brought back their “A Team” at home … Continue reading

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Blackhawks-Lightning Preseason Game Reaction

As the dust settles from the first preseason game for the defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks, a few immediate reactions: First, Jeremy Morin looks like he’s for real. He’s still only 19, but the kid’s speed up and down … Continue reading

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Chicago Blackhawks Season Preview: Goalies

This is theĀ fourth part of our preseason series looking at the Blackhawks’ roster heading into training camp in 2010. In the first part, we focused on the centers on the roster. Next, we looked at the wings. In the thirdĀ installment, … Continue reading

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Neutral In Net: Cristobal Huet Headed to Swiss League?

Reports from a number of media outlets on Monday morning are that Cristobal Huet is close to an agreement with a Swiss League team. Huet is reportedly in discussions with Fribourg-Gotteron, but according to Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune … Continue reading

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