Tag Archives: Michal Rozsival
Last spring, a poor series against Phoenix put Johnny Oduya in the doghouse with many Blackhawks fans. But 12 months later, Oduya is having a fantastic start to the postseason next to Michal Rozsival, and the Hawks’ “third” defensive pair … Continue reading
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
It took over 76 minutes to complete, but the Blackhawks emerged from Game One with a crucial victory to begin their first round series against the Minnesota Wild.
Earlier today, we graded the forwards on the Blackhawks forwards at the season’s mid-way point. Now, let’s turn our attention the defensemen.
The Blackhawks won. Again. And, as has become the trend with this team, the superstars stole headlines while role players made a major impact.
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.
Earlier today, we graded the forwards on the Blackhawks roster in the wake of their victory in Nashville. Now, let’s turn our attention the defensemen.
The Daily Herald’s Tim Sassone is reporting the Blackhawks will be without defenseman Michal Rozsival for “some time” after suffering a knee injury against Dallas.
Looking around the NHL, there are quite a few teams looking for help on the blue line. In Chicago, the Blackhawks actually have pretty good depth heading into the shorter season. Playing fewer games should help Duncan Keith and Brent … Continue reading