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Patrick Sharp and Dave Bolland have not traveled with the team to Nashville for the game on Saturday. Bolland is reportedly dealing with a lower-body injury.
Chris Kuc asked the question so many Hawks fans have wondered over the last 20 months, and Patrick Sharp answered it. Would he move back to center? “I’d go back there 100 percent,” said Sharp, who was injured March 6. … Continue reading
On Tuesday, the Blackhawks assigned Jeremy Morin and Jimmy Hayes to Rockford. This move appears to be clearing the way for Marian Hossa and Patrick Sharp to return from injury to face St. Louis on Thursday night.
Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa returned to practice on Thursday, but both have already been ruled out for Friday’s game against the Anaheim Ducks. The team is (rightfully) being cautious with the two stars; Sharp is hoping to return next … Continue reading
Earlier this week, Pierre LeBrun provided a few trade possibilities in a multi-part blog post on ESPN.com. The two hot names on the trade market right now are a couple elder statesmen who desperately want to win a ring: Jarome … Continue reading
UPDATE: On Friday afternoon, the Blackhawks officially labelled Sharp as an “upper-body” injury, adding that no surgery would be required. The team put a 3-4 week timetable on his return. UPDATE (10:20 pm CT): TSN’s James Duthie is reporting “Patrick … Continue reading
On Wednesday night, the Chicago Blackhawks finished an unprecedented first half of their lockout-shortened season. Through 24 games, they have yet to lose a game in regulation. There have been highlights everywhere and some really good individual performances throughout. Here are our grades … Continue reading
The final score means something in the standings – and the history books – but the Blackhawks more pressing concerns were with players that had to leave the game. Marian Hossa was a late scratch, Michael Frolik was still sick and … Continue reading
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.