Tag Archives: Niklas Hjalmarsson
The Chicago Blackhawks are now appear to have at least two (if not three) veterans missing action because of concussion problems. Unfortunately for the fans, and those players, it appears the organization hasn’t learned much from the delicate approach employed … Continue reading
Maybe the best metaphor for the third period at the United Center tonight was the condition of Jonathan Toews’ Mercedes Benz earlier in the day.
There were a number of interesting developments on Thursday morning before the Blackhawks host the Dallas Stars. Niklas Hjalmarsson will return to the lineup. He has been out since Feb. 7 with concussion symptoms. Coach Joel Quenneville made in an … Continue reading
When trying to figure out how the Blackhawks need to be better to be legitimate Cup contenders, there is one statistic that desperately needs to be addressed. While the team’s goals against average is the obvious area of weakness, another … Continue reading
The Blackhawks have now been without defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson in three straight games, and have (obviously) lost all three. But have they really missed his presence on the ice?
The wheels are off. The milk’s gone bad. The Mayans were right. 2012 hates the Chicago Blackhawks.
Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville broke news to the media after the team’s morning skate in San Jose that defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson has joined Steve Montador in Chicago. According to reports, the team thought Hjalmarsson had the flu the past couple days, … 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.
When the dust settled on Tuesday night at the United Center, the Blackhawks had lost to the Nashville Predators again. But this time, there were some positives fans could take away from the game.
With Chicago waiting to hear about the severity of Patrick Sharp’s wrist injury, the degree of trades necessary for the Hawks to stay on track for a postseason spot is up in the air. But here are three trades that … Continue reading