Found November 16, 2011 on
Chicago Breaking Sports:
VANCOUVER, British Columbia --The Chicago Blackhawks placed Rostislav Olesz on waivers Wednesday.
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Rostislav Olesz cleared waivers on Thursday morning and was sent to Rockford. In his place, the Blackhawks will reportedly recall Ben Smith from Rockford. Smith had 10 points (six goals, four assists) in nine games with the IceHogs this year. … Continue reading →
The Chicago Blackhawks have assigned forward Rostislav Olesz (RAHS-tih-slav OH-lehsh) to the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs.
Olesz, 26, ap...
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 →
Last night the Blackhawks came into Vancouver and played their system perfectly and walked out with two points. The Blackhawks were the better team top to bottom last night and deserved to win. While the season's series is tied at 1-1, with the goals being even as well (7-7), the Canucks are delusional if they think they have been anywhere close to the Hawks this season. The...
Some stories have an ending so clear that you know what they are well before they get there.
The Rostislav Olesz story was one, as most fans knew at this acquisition in the Brian Campbell trade that he would end up off the NHL roster -- be it in Rock Vegas or on another team. That's why a lot were clamoring to buy him out when it only would have cost the Hawks $700K. But they...
Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook isn't likely to play in Wednesday's game against the Canucks due to a lower-body injury believed to involve his left leg. The Hawks might get the services of Dave Bolland back for the game, though.
Andrew Brunette and Patrick Kane scored power-play goals midway through the second period, and the Chicago Blackhawks rallied from an early deficit to win their fourth straight game, 5-1 over the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night.
The Vancouver Canucks made easy work of the Chicago Blackhawks in the rivals' first matchup of the season, excelling on special teams in a dominating victory.
The clubs meet again Wednesday night as Chicago enters the first leg of its annual six-game circus trip, leading the Western Conference but also a bit banged up.
Vancouver (9-8-1) went 5 for 6 on the power play and scored...
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Corey Crawford stopped 28 shots to lift the Chicago Blackhawks to a 4-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks.