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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.
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
On Saturday, the Blackhawks made two roster moves. Defenseman Steve Montador was activated off injured reserve, and rookie Dylan Olsen was sent back to Rockford. Olsen, 21, made his NHL debut on Thursday night in Philadelphia. He was credited with five … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks made a number of roster moves on Wednesday morning. Defenseman Dylan Olsen was recalled from Rockford and forward Andrew Shaw was added to the active roster while Marcus Kruger and Steve Montador were both placed on injured reserve.
In this second part of our look back at the Blackhawks performance through Christmas, we’ll grade the performances from the Blackhawks’ defensemen and goalies through the season’s first 35 games. We previously graded the forwards.
When the Blackhawks traded away Brian Campbell this summer and brought in Steve Montador, Sean O’Donnell and Sami Lepisto, the initial assumption was that Chicago would feel a drop-off on the offensive end of the ice. That couldn’t be further … Continue reading
When Patrick Kane gave up an empty-net goal to get Daniel Carcillo on the board late in the third period, the game was already over. The Blackhawks hammered the Northwest Division-leading Edmonton Oilers, and ran their win streak to three in … Continue reading
The Fight: vs Derek Dorsett at 8:23 in the first period. The Assist: on Andrew Brunette’s power play goal at 1:25 in the second. The Goal: on the power play, from Duncan Keith and Nick Leddy at 9:07 in the … Continue reading
The Canucks made a fairly significant trade over the weekend, acquiring David Booth from Florida. Other teams are said to be getting into the market as injuries pile up all over the NHL. Could the Blackhawks enter the market soon?
We’re only six games into October, but the summer shopping of Chicago GM Stan Bowman is already making a clear impact on the team’s play. Looking around the roster, there is much better chemistry and production coming already this year … Continue reading