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In a potential playoff preview between the Blackhawks and Stars, who would have thought the game-winning goal would be scored 102 seconds into the contest.
As the NHL trade deadline continues to come closer, the bi-polar Blackhawks aren’t making the decision(s) of GM Stan Bowman any easier. What do they need? How will they get it? And, perhaps most important, who is available? One player … Continue reading
Sami Lepisto scored his first goal with the Blackhawks, John Scott hammered Derek Dorsett and Viktor Stalberg continued to light up the Blue Jackets in a much-needed blowout victory for Chicago.
The wheels are off. The milk’s gone bad. The Mayans were right. 2012 hates the Chicago Blackhawks.
As he continues to blow past his career best numbers, Viktor Stalberg continues to emerge as a legitimate offensive threat in Chicago. He hasn’t scored this many goals since he was at the University of Vermont, and his 30 points is … Continue reading
The Vancouver Canucks and Chicago Blackhawks played a great, playoff-caliber hockey game on Tuesday night to begin the home stretch of the season. The game was as close as the final score indicated, and the action was intense for more … Continue reading
In the last couple days we’ve evaluated the performances of some of the Blackhawks. First we looked at the rookies, and then we graded the defensemen and goalies. Now, let’s take a serious look at the forwards’ play before the All-Star … Continue reading
Jonathan Toews left the ice with just under eight minutes left in the second period favoring an arm, and he did not return. Corey Crawford left the ice with just under four minutes left in the second period after failing … Continue reading
Patrick Kane scored for the first time in what felt like forever, and played with a swagger that had been missing for the last couple weeks. His second goal in 14 games followed a gorgeous assist on Jonathan Toews’ goal … Continue reading
While playing without Patrick Sharp, the Blackhawks have received some great performances from secondary players. But what cannot be overlooked is the cost of these contributions against the salary cap.