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Chicago Blackhawks News — Brandon Saad and Andrew Shaw have been grinding their way into Chicago Blackhawks fan’s hearts the last two seasons and you might like them even more after this. Both players make the Top 10 in player values for giving “the best bang for their puck” in a graph recently released by Hockey Night in Canada. The Blackhawks get the most out of Saad and Shaw even though they are on the lower end of the team’s pay scale. It’s no wonder Chicago loves these two.
Price Per Point Comparison
After This Season
Brandon Saad is signed through next season at the same salary, so you can expect him to be looking to get paid if his performance stays at this level. Shaw on the other hand is signed through 2015-2016, his salary jumps to $1.5 million next season and $2.5 million in the final season.
Points aside, Saad and Shaw also do much more for the Blackhawks than what shows up in the stat sheets. These two play solid defense and sacrifice their bodies for this low pay so y...
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Jeremy Morin’s Case for Playoff Ice Time
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The Blackhawks were without Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, Johnny Oduya and Brandon Saad on Sunday morning when they welcomed the division leading St. Louis Blues to the United Center. But another strong effort from all four lines extended the Hawks’ … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Handle Business Against Blues appeared first on Committed Indians.
Instagram Chicago Blackhawks winger Jeremy Morin put on a clinic on how not to check when he attempted to hit St. Louis Blues center Patrik Berglund during the first period Sunday. His flying elbow missed everything and he took a ride along the top of the boards. He’s lucky it was his own bench that he went flying into. He’s unlucky in that EVERYTHING is on the internet these...
Chicago Blackhawks forward Jeremy Morin missed his check on St. Louis Blues forward Patrick Berglund and went flying into his own bench; creating this wonderful GIF. [@cjzero] The post Blackhawks’ Jeremy Morin Misses Check, Flies Into His Own Bench appeared first on Diehardsport.
CHICAGO -- Rookie Jeremy Morin scored and set up Patrick Sharp's go-ahead goal in the second period, and the injury-depleted Chicago Blackhawks held on to defeat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 on Sunday afternoon for their third straight win.
The Blackhawks ground out the victory despite skating without injured star forwards Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane for the third game. Forward...
Around 10:45 p.m. or so on Thursday night, Joel Quenneville was holed up in his United Center office with the rest of the Blackhawks’ coaching staff. The Avalanche was a minute away from losing to the Rangers, meaning the Hawks were a minute away from closing to one point back of home-ice advantage in the first round of the Stanley Cup playoffs.
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The reining Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks may be down two of their biggest stars (and captain) but they are not out of the playoffs. Having clinched a sport in the new Central Division and fresh off of a 4-2 win against the current central division leading St. Louis Blues things could be lining up for the Blackhawks. Continue reading "Blackhawks Down Toews, Kane...
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The mantra has been in place for the past three games: keep it simple, work for everything, crash the net, score any way you can on one end, give up as little as possible at the other.
The Chicago Blackhawks knew the formula necessary to win despite missing several key players. On Sunday, they implemented that plan for another successful outing.
Patrick Sharp scored his 33rd goal...
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CHICAGO (AP) Rookie Jeremy Morin scored and set up Patrick Sharp's go-ahead goal in the second period, and the injury-depleted Chicago Blackhawks held on to defeat the St. Louis Blues 4-2 on Sunday afternoon for their third straight win.
via Sportsnet (Hockey Centreal at Noon),
Scotty Bowman, Senior Advisor of Hockey Operations for the Chicago Blackhawks, went over the playoff picture and picked out a constant theme for all successful teams: a solid defence core.