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This week ESPN has been forced into covering the NHL thanks to the incredible streak of the Chicago Blackhawks, which has now reached 23 straight games with a point to start the NHL season.
Because SportsCenter actually hasn't covered the NHL in years, and because the daytime editions of SportsCenter are quickly becoming nothing but mindless talk and meaningless debate that makes you want to put your brain through a meat grinder, the Blackhawks streak has proved to be a nightmare scenario for Bristol. The streak has become a large enough story nationally for ESPN to actually pay attention to hockey beyond the one minute cameos where Barry Melrose is let out of whatever Bristol dungeon he's kept in.
The result? ESPN embarrassingly trotting out Stephen A. Smith to try and analyze the Blackhawks' streak, even though he was not aware of the basic premises of the sport. The next day it was college basketball analyst Seth Greenberg's turn to try and debate the m...
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The Chicago Blackhawks are undefeated (21-0-3) halfway through the season, and when that happens players and fans start to really loosen up. Check out this young lady who possibly had a few extra adult beverages and when she appeared on the jumbo-tron she let the world know she is a bit naughty.
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The National Hockey League Players' Association approved an NHL realignment plan scheduled for the 2013-14 season on Thursday.
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With each point, the pressure grows. The wins are piling up, increasing the expectations. And the Chicago Blackhawks just keep going and going.
Looking down on the rest of the NHL, Marian Hossa and Co. show no signs of slowing down.
The Blackhawks set a franchise record with their 10th consecutive victory and extended their points streak to 29 games with a 5-3 win against the Minnesota...
A lot has been made this week, mostly among the uninformed, about the Chicago Blackhawks and their record-setting streak in gaining at least one point in every game so far to start this season. As it currently stands, following last night’s victory over the Minnesota Wild, the Blackhawks have started the season with points in [...]The post The Chicago Blackhawks Are Going Streaking...
20 minutes were all that was separating the Avs from breaking the points streak of the Chicago Blackhawks. Without Erik Johnson, that 20 minutes might as well have been an eternity.
Johnson has missed the last twelve games with a concussion and the Avs have not been the same without him. As he is nearing return, it is becoming apparent the Avs desperately need him.
In the 12...
Steve Montador has been activated off injured reserve, in addition, Brandon Bollig was sent back to the Rockford IceHogs of the American Hockey League in order to open up a roster spot for Montador.
Bollig, 26, appeared in 11 games for the Blackhawks this season but did not register a point. The enforcer complied 40 PIM's and averaged 5:31 TOI per game.
Montador has not played...
Who among us had Dan Carcillo in the pool for the game-winner...???
That's what the HQ thought...
In a night where, seemingly, the Chicago Blackhawks were on their heels against Avalanche goalie Semyon Varlamov, it took two goals in the third period to get the 3-2 win. Carcillo's goal happened with less than a minute to go in regulation...