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The wheels are off. The milk’s gone bad. The Mayans were right. 2012 hates the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks played a great, playoff-caliber hockey game on Tuesday night to begin the home stretch of the season. The game was as close as the final score indicated, and the action was intense for more … Continue reading
Yesterday we graded the performances of the Blackhawks’ rookies through the first 50 games of the regular season. Today, in the second part of the series, we’ll evaluate the defensemen and goalies.
Patrick Kane scored for the first time in what felt like forever, and played with a swagger that had been missing for the last couple weeks. His second goal in 14 games followed a gorgeous assist on Jonathan Toews’ goal … Continue reading
After a Sunday afternoon loss that had many fans asking for immediate changes, the Blackhawks got back on track with a solid victory against a hot San Jose Sharks team at home on Sunday night.
When Patrick Sharp went down for a few weeks, there were instant concerns that the struggling Blackhawks were going to need help to get back on track. In the two games since Sharp left the lineup, the Hawks have received … Continue reading
The Blackhawks improved to 2-0-0 without Patrick Sharp on Thursday night with a dominating 5-2 win over the struggling Minnesota Wild. And once again, it was the team’s rookies leading the way to victory.
The Blackhawks have been forced to rely on the depth of their organization recently with a number of players getting called up from Rockford because of injuries. Now that Patrick Sharp is expected to miss a month, more prospects names … Continue reading
In one of the worst officiated games in recent memory, the Blackhawks wasted a late lead and lost in overtime. The Red Wings and Blues are now tied with the Hawks at 53 points, but both have played one fewer … Continue reading
After an impressive third period comeback in Philadelphia on Thursday night, the Blackhawks appeared to leave any willingness to compete in Pennsylvania.