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With the Blackhawks taking time away from the ice for Christmas, it’s a good time to look back at the first 35 games of the NHL season. The Hawks are 22-9-4, good for first place in the Central Division and Western … Continue reading
According to reports, the Chicago Blackhawks will roll out new-look lines on Tuesday night in an effort to get the team out of a funk. Part of that new look will be Bryan Bickell watching from the press box. Why … Continue reading
When the Blackhawks play in Florida on Thursday, it will be as much a reunion as it will be a hockey game.
Two Blackhawks were credited with their first goals of the season, and the highlights revealed a number of other players making special plays, but it was young defenseman Nick Leddy that led the Chicago Blackhawks to victory on Saturday night.
When the Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup in 2010, the depth on the Chicago roster was the biggest difference between the Blackhawks and their opponents. It’s early in the 2011-12 season, but the Hawks third line is already starting to look … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks have posted the official roster for Thursday night’s second preseason game against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The Blackhawks roster is set, and we’ve started looking at the team’s depth chart heading toward the coming season. On Sunday, we examined the potential fourth line combinations. Next, we looked at the third line potential for this season. Now, … Continue reading
It was announced on Friday afternoon that the Blackhawks had agreed to terms with restricted free agent forward Michael Frolik on a three-year, $7M deal. Did the Hawks overpay the young winger? Let’s evaluate Frolik’s value in this summer’s market.
The Chicago Blackhawks have reached agreements with free agents Michael Frolik and Sami Lepisto. The deal with Frolik is reportedly three years, $7M (a $2.33M cap number). Frolik, 23, split last year between Florida and Chicago, finishing with 38 points in 80 … Continue reading
According to ESPN.com’s Jesse Rogers, the remaining restricted free agents on the Blackhawks’ roster are all expecting huge raises. And that has slowed down negotiations between the team and players. But how much is too much?