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Earlier this week we looked back at and evaluated the free agent moves Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman made between the end of the 2010-11 season and the final horn sounding against Phoenix. Now, let’s consider the trades Bowman … Continue reading
When the Florida Panthers take the ice at the United Center on Friday night, it will feel like home for more than one of the visitors.
When the Blackhawks play in Florida on Thursday, it will be as much a reunion as it will be a hockey game.
A lot has been said about the players coming into Chicago, but the players leaving Chicago were favorites to many fans. Let’s look at where the now-former-Blackhawks have landed for the 2011-12 season.
According to sources, the Blackhawks have extended qualifying offers to restricted free agents Chris Campoli, Michael Frolik and Viktor Stalberg. Jake Dowell will not be back in Chicago. Also, the team has traded the negotiating rights of soon-to-be unrestricted free … Continue reading
Blackhawks fans are all-too familiar with the concept of summer departures, and this year’s roster has its share of players that need new paper. In this look towards the coming summer, we’ll examine the unrestricted free agents from the 2010-11 … Continue reading
Now that the season has ended, and the lockers have been cleared out, we’ll look back at the season that was and grade the players on the 2010-11 Chicago Blackhawks. In our first edition of the season grades, we looked at … Continue reading
It’s been 10 months since the Blackhawks traded Kris Versteeg to the Toronto Maple Leafs, and neither team got what they had hoped for at the NHL this season. Viktor Stalberg has been underwhelming in Chicago, and Toronto ended up … Continue reading
When the Blackhawks take the ice at the United Center tonight, they have to win to play another game this year. But for a big part of the roster, there is more on the line than one game.
The Chicago Blackhawks started their title defense in Vancouver with a shutout loss at the hands of Roberto Luongo and the Canucks. So what?