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On Sunday night, the Blackhawks again pressured the Canucks just enough to lose an exciting game. They’re now down 3-0 in the series. Is it time to write the Blackhawks off? Should the playoff beards come off with the golf … Continue reading
In what became a duel between two scorers, Daniel Sedin and the Canucks squeaked out a 4-3 win. While one of the Sedins leading the way for Vancouver isn’t surprising, the name Ben Smith might not have been familiar to … Continue reading
Roberto Luongo had a wonderful night in Game One of the Western Conference playoffs against the Blackhawks, shutting out the defending champions. But there were opportunities to score on him that the Hawks didn’t take advantage of – sometimes … Continue reading
The Chicago Blackhawks started their title defense in Vancouver with a shutout loss at the hands of Roberto Luongo and the Canucks. So what?
Troy Brouwer has been cleared to play in Game One of the Hawks’ series against the Canucks. How that will change the lines will likely be determined by how much Brouwer can give tonight, but having another veteran on the … Continue reading
With games beginning this evening, it’s time to put our money on the table and make a few (in some cases) bold predictions. So, here’s how we see the first round of the playoffs finishing up.
When the Blackhawks and Canucks drop the puck on Wednesday night, one of the critical storylines will be who is – and isn’t – at the dot when the puck hits the ice.
When the Minnesota Wild left their home ice for the final time in the 2010-11 season, their website carried a simple message: “You’re welcome, Blackhawks.” Even Joel Quenneville noted that the Blackhawks have been afforded a second chance at making … Continue reading