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On Friday, the Blackhawks lost a fifth straight game and general manager Stan Bowman told the collected media that nothing was imminent on the trade front. While fans are up in arms about Bowman’s comments, a decent memory should provide a … Continue reading →
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Lots of Blackhawks fans are placing blame on the job general manager Stan Bowman did last summer for the team’s perceived inability to compete. With the ability to evaluate the additions made via free agency 52 games later, did Bowman … Continue reading →
from Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune, Before dropping their season-high fifth consecutive game, a 3-1 defeat at the hands of the Flames on Friday night at the Scotiabank Saddledome, general manager Stan Bowman said he was not close to any trades that could help the Hawks turn their fortunes around.
Specifically, he has nothing going to shore up a defense that has been consistent...
There aren't many teams that the Flames struggle more against than the Chicago Blackhawks and, thanks to Sam Gagne channeling Wayne Gretzky for a night, there probably isn't a team in a worse mood right now than said Hawks. It's often considered to be a boon when your opponent plays the previous night. When that opponent gets shellacked, however, it may change the stakes...
Mired in a five-game losing streak, the Chicago Blackhawks seemingly need all the help they can get from all corners. And Andrew Brunette could provide some sooner than expected.
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In the wake of yet another blitzkrieg in mid-Northern Alberta, I really hate to say I told you so.
But yeah, I told you so.
Sure, over the summer, I was as high as anyone on some of Stan Bowman's offseason moves. He did have his second consecutive strong draft. And he did do what I and another blogger (Jay Zawaski) had said for months he should,...
Scott Burnside and Pierre LeBrun discuss Chicago and Detroit goaltending, Sam Gagner’s night and what will Calgary do?... BURNSIDE: Here’s the dilemma for Stan Bowman as I see it. The Blackhawks can light it up with anyone in the league—they are 4th in goals per game—and they do have a blue line that boasts top-end talent in former Norris Trophy winner Duncan Keith, Canadian...
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After coming off an 8-4 win against the Chicago Blackhawks Thursday, the Oilers rookies kept the positive vibe alive Friday as they said ...