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Despite a miserable early performance, the Blackhawks were able to dig out of a couple two-goal deficits in a wild first period. And this time, it was the team’s youngest players leading the way.
The second-half of back-to-back games haven’t treated many teams in the NHL kindly this year, and the Blackhawks were once again playing for a second time in 48 hours. But Ray Emery showed up to play, and the Blackhawks needed him. … Continue reading
The Blackhawks left Vancouver with a point on Friday night, but many fans were wondering if they ever arrived in the first place.
It took them roughly 15 minutes to show up, but the Blackhawks once again handled their business against the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday night.
For almost 36 minutes, it looked like the Blackhawks were shooting at a brick wall. But a lucky bounce got the Hawks on the board, and a great team effort kept the Blackhawks’ record perfect on the young season.
When the schedule for the lockout-shortened season was released, the Blackhawks were handed one of the toughest opening series in the league. Road games at the defending champion Kings and at the Coyotes – who eliminate the Hawks from the … Continue reading
After being thoroughly frustrated during the playoffs, the Blackhawks solved Mike Smith and stayed undefeated on the young season. At the center of the controversial series in April was the concussion suffered by Marian Hossa. In his return to Glendale, … Continue reading
The Blackhawks opened their season with a dominant victory over the defending champion Los Angeles Kings on Saturday afternoon.
We’ve already looked at the Blackhawks depth on the blue line and the current state between the pipes, so now – a day before the season begins – let’s look at the forwards the Hawks will have on the ice … Continue reading
Here is the official Blackhawks training camp roster: Forwards (15): Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp, Patrick Kane, Marian Hossa, Dave Bolland, Viktor Stalberg, Bryan Bickell, Daniel Carcillo, Michael Frolik, Jamal Mayers, Andrew Shaw, Marcus Kruger, Brandon Pirri, Brandon Saad, Brandon Bollig … Continue reading