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2010-11 NHL Central Division Preview

Last year was the first time the Chicago Blackhawks won the Central Division. Yes, that statement is correct. Not since realignment had the Hawks won the division, a function of the awful management practices that plagued the franchise for years. … Continue reading

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Big Moves in Central Division Should Help Hawks

Six days remain until the beginning of the NHL Draft, but the trading has started with a flurry. On Thursday, the St. Louis Blues dealt forward prospects Lars Eller and Ian Schultz to the Montreal Canadiens for postseason hero goalie … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Eliminate Predators, Get Set For Canucks

On Monday night, the Blackhawks ended a hard-fought six-game series against division rival Nashville with a wild 5-3 victory. After seven goals were scored on only 23 shots in a back-and-forth first period, the game settled into a chess match … Continue reading

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Marian Hossa’s Hit on Dan Hamhuis vs. Alexander Ovechkin’s on Brian Campbell

A great deal is being made about Marian Hossa’s hit on Nashville’s Dan Hamhuis from late in the third period of Sunday’s epic Game Five victory for the Blackhawks. For the hit, Hossa received a five-minute boarding penalty, which encompassed … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Thrill Fans, Devastate Predators in Incredible Win

On Saturday afternoon, 22,144 hockey fans were privileged to witness history. The Chicago Blackhawks skated fairly well in the first period, despite allowing the first tally of the game. Antti Niemi didn’t see a shot from the left circle because … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Handle Their Business In Game Four

At what point do Hawks fans start humming Katie Perry when they think of their hockey team? We’re four games into the first round of the Western Conference playoffs, and the best way to describe the Blackhawks is hot and … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Game Four Approach: Show Rinne Your Butts

After a lackluster performance in Game Three, the Blackhawks appear to have made a decision: changing personnel will change the attitude on the ice. How the lines shape up is yet to be seen, but it appears Bryan Bickell and … Continue reading

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Antti Niemi To Doubters: “Shut Up”

I know, it’s only two games… but… The playing field in the NHL postseason is level; every series split the first two games. This is the first postseason to have every series go 1-1 since 1987. Some netminders have played … Continue reading

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Blackhawks Saturday Practice Hints at Drastic Changes

If the lines at the Blackhawks’ practice on Saturday morning mean anything, the look of the team could be drastically different on Sunday. Andrew Ladd was skating on the top line with Marian Hossa and Jonathan Toews. Patrick Sharp was … Continue reading

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