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GLENDALE, Ariz. The obvious storyline for Thursdays Blackhawks-Coyotes game at Jobing.com Arena was the Raffi Torres-Marian Hossa reunion. It was the first time the two had been on the same ice since Torres laid out Hossawith a shot to the head in last seasons playoffs, earning a 25-game suspension that was later reduced to 21 games.
Chicago gave Torres the obligatory payback when Jamal Mayers fought the Coyotes winger on his first shift. But the greater revenge on the Blackhawks minds was getting a win. In this case, revenge was best served goaled.
Chicago erupted for four goals in the first period two on 5-on-3 power plays and the Blackhawks didnt stop pushing until they had posted an emphatic 6-2 win over the previously streaking Coyotes.
Five players scored for Chicago, which remains the lone NHL team not to have lost in regulation or overtime (9-0-2) despite playing nine of its first 11 games away from the United Center. The 2006-07 Anaheim Ducks (12 wins, four overtime l...
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The Chicago Blackhawks Marian Hossa took a nasty illegal hit from the Phoenix Coyotes‘ Raffi Torres in last year’s NHL playoffs. The brutal that left him motionless on the ice. As you can see after the jump, Torres left his feet for the hit so he’s likely going to face a suspension. He’s a repeat offender, so he could face 10 games.
Brendan Shanahan suspended Torres before...
GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Remember that fast start every NHL club talked about and dreamed about when the 113-day lockout ended and the 48-game sprint -- er, schedule -- was unveiled? Well, Chicago is the team everybody else was hoping to be.
The Blackhawks have raced out to an NHL-best 8-0-2 record despite playing eight of their first 10 games on the road. They have not been beaten in...
Patrick Kane had another big night and the Chicago Blackhawks won again.
The fact that they exacted a bit of revenge on Raffi Torres and routed the Phoenix team that ousted them from last season's playoffs only made it sweeter.
Kane had two goals and an assist, and the Blackhawks remained the only NHL team without a loss in regulation this season by beating the Coyotes 6-2...
Patrick Kane had two goals and an assist, and the Chicago Blackhawks remained the only NHL team without a loss in regulation this season by routing the Phoenix Coyotes 6-2 Thursday night.
Viktor Stalberg, Jonathan Toews and Bryan Bickell each had a goal and an assist as the Blackhawks improved to 9-0-2. Dave Bolland also scored for Chicago.
Martin Hanzal and Raffi Torres scored...
As discussed on the "Nooner with the Big E" on NextSportStar TV yesterday, the Blackhawks and Coyotes were squaring off for the first time since Raffi Torres practically decapitated Marian Hossa...
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Here's the fallout and the retribution...
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And the reaction by...
The ability to overcome early deficits is a key reason the Chicago Blackhawks remain the NHL's only team without a regulation loss.
That trend, though not ideal, began against the Phoenix Coyotes last month.
Looking for a third consecutive victory, the Blackhawks hope to continue their success in Phoenix and prevent the Coyotes from winning a third straight home game Thursday...
is one of the things that I like about the NHL. The players sort things out on
the ice and settle things like men.
season, during the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Raffi Torres steam rolled Marian Hossa with
a dirty and dangerous hit. Hossa suffered a concussion and Torres was suspended
for 25 games.
appealed the suspension, and the NHL reduced his...
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