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from Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune, In the midst of the Blackhawks’ current nine-game road trip, during which they lost five consecutive games (dropping seven straight overall), the Tribune sat down with coach Joel Quenneville for a exclusive interview touching on subjects ranging from the team’s recent poor play to the current state of the roster, the pressure to win, his health, the goaltending and individual players.
Do you have the goaltending to win the Cup?
Absolutely. I like our goaltending. (Corey) Crawford last year had a special year. This year, his sophomore year, he hasn’t been as consistent or at that level but he has played some strong games for us. His goaltending hasn’t been the problem.
Ray (Emery), every game he has given us a chance. He has done a good job.
How’s the morale in the room?
Nobody’s happy. Angry sometimes could be the word. Frustrated, disappointed and sometimes quiet. Whether your heads are down or up there has to be some confidence quietly i...
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from Adam L. Jahns of the Chicago Sun-Times, The mere notion of coach Joel Quenneville getting fired seemed so far-fetched even when the Blackhawks were in a bad slump earlier this season. After all, he’s the coach who led the Hawks to their first Stanley Cup in decades.
Now, regardless of how many holes the Hawks’ roster might have, it’s hard to believe he’s not on the...
Before Friday night’s game in San Jose, the Blackhawks made a change to their roster. Dylan Olsen, the top blue line prospect in the organization, was recalled from Rockford and Steve Montador was placed on IR with an upper-body injury. … Continue reading →
The wheels are off. The milk’s gone bad. The Mayans were right. 2012 hates the Chicago Blackhawks. On Saturday night, the Blackhawks lost for the eighth straight game. This time, they were shutout by the Phoenix Coyotes, and it was … Continue reading →
The Chicago Blackhawks have recalled defenseman Dylan Olsen from the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs, and placed defenseman Steve Montador o...
Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman gave coach Joel Quenneville a vote of confidence on Monday, despite the team's eight-game winless streak.
Chicago has lost seven in a row, nine in a row on the road.SAN JOSE — Benn Ferriero scored the tiebreaking goal with 14:20 remaining in the third period to send the San Jose Sharks off on a lengthy trip on a winning note, beating the Chicago Blackhawks, 5-3, on Friday night.