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In honor of the 2013 regular season beginning, we’re throwing puck drop party! On Saturday, Jan. 19, the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings will receive their rings, raise a banner, and then host the Chicago Blackhawks to begin … Continue reading →The post 2013 Puck Drop Celebration appeared first on Committed Indians.
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On Thursday morning, the Blackhawks made a few roster moves in preparation for the season beginning on Saturday. Forwards Brandon Pirri and Jimmy Hayes and defenseman Ryan Stanton were sent back to Rockford. The Hawks roster now stands at 24 … Continue reading →The post Brandon Saad Makes Blackhawks Opening Night Roster appeared first on Committed Indians.
On Thursday, the Blackhawks announced a “Fan Salute” program in the wake of the lockout. According to the site, the team will be giving away 1,000 signed jerseys, 250 signed pucks, 100 signed sticks, 50 VIP experiences and tickets to … Continue reading →The post Chicago Blackhawks Announce “Fan Salute” Program appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Chicago Blackhawks have been ousted in the first round of the playoffs the past two years after winning the Stanley Cup.
The Blackhawks believe they can make a big run this season where there's little room for error with just 48 games to play. It starts with Saturday's opener at Los Angeles.
The Blackhawks still have the same cast of stars from their championship run...
The Stanley Cup champion Kings took care of another bit of housekeeping an important one by finalizing the contract extensions of General Manager Dean Lombardi, Coach Darryl Sutter and executive Luc Robitaille on Friday morning.
Lombardi also holds the title of team president and Robitaille is the team's president in charge of business operations.
As reported earlier this...
We’ve already looked at the Blackhawks depth on the blue line and the current state between the pipes, so now – a day before the season begins – let’s look at the forwards the Hawks will have on the ice … Continue reading →The post Chicago Blackhawks: Forward Preview appeared first on Committed Indians.
After a Stanley Cup championship run that stunned everybody but the players in the Los Angeles Kings' locker room, they're all back to attempt the improbable again.
Pro sports teams rarely stay together for long these days, but the Kings are an exception. Everybody who touched the ice last spring during the eighth-seeded club's run to the franchise's first title...
The 2012 NHL Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings on Friday announced they have signed general manager Dean Lombardi, head coach Darryl Sutter and president of business operations Luc Robitaille to multiyear contract extensions. "We are ecstatic that we have kept our leadership team in place both on the hockey side with Dean and Darryl and on the business side with Luc and...
NHL veteran defenseman Sean O’Donnell announced his retirement Wednesday. O'Donnell, 41, played in 51 regular-season and six playoff games for the Chicago Blackhawks in 2011-12, but teams showed little interest in him after the lockout delayed the start of this season, TSN reported. The journeyman O'Donnell was a part of two Stanley Cup finals during a career that spanned...
On the eve of the new season (finally) beginning, we’re excited to announce a great new promotion with our partners at Triumph Books. In 2011, Triumph published 100 Things Blackhawks Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die. After an … Continue reading →The post Special Offer For Committed Indians appeared first on Committed Indians.
After a Stanley Cup championship run that stunned everybody but the players in the Los Angeles Kings' locker room, they've all returned to attempt the improbable again.
Really. They're all back in black - every player who touched the ice during that magical run to a long-suffering franchise's first NHL title.
"We all know this is a rare situation when you get...
Finally the Pacific Division #1. Los Angeles Kings- The defending Stanley Cup Champs are back and they are ready to take a run at repeating, which would make them the first team since the Red Wings in 97/98 to repeat as champions. Most people worry about a Stanley Cup hangover but with this team, but to me [...]