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Linemate Hossa: 'He's doing a great job'Patrick Kane had one skate on and one skate off as he sat at his stall in the Blackhawks' dressing room, discussing the responsibilities of an NHL center.
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Patrick Kane: The move to center hasn't taken Kane out of F-You Mode, which is when he's at his best. Dominating almost every shift he's on, making things happen, and the cockiness flowing now that he's pulling out every parlor trick in the bag. How many spins and moves did he throw upon the Bruins Saturday? And more encouraging, he...
In case you didn't know (please note the sarcasm there), tonight's contest in Chicago between the Blackhawks and visiting Boston Bruins is a match-up of the last two Stanley Cup champions. The Blackhawks, who staved off a desperate Philadelphia comeback in six games, took home the prize in 2010. While earlier this year, the Bruins became the first team in NHL history to win...
Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa missed Saturday's game against the Bruins with an upper-body injury.
The Chicago Blackhawks have assigned right wing Ben Smith to the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs.
Smith, 23, has not appeared in any g...
The Blackhawks' lineup against the defending Stanley Cup champion Bruins on Saturday night is in flux, with injured Marian Hossa a game-time decision.
The Chicago Blackhawks and Phoenix Coyotes have identical records, but the Blackhawks are hoping that getting a key player back in their lineup will help them add to their win total.
If Marian Hossa can return from his upper-body injury, he'll try to continue his recent success against the Coyotes on Tuesday night.
Hossa had a goal and an assist in a 4-3 win over Winnipeg on...
CHICAGO--The Blackhawks' wing Marian Hossa is not in the lineup tonight against the Bruins due to what coach Joel Quenneville termed an upper body injury. Viktor Stalberg will be making his season debut tonight in his place.
Friday, Oct. 14: Rockford 3 at Abbotsford 4
-Jeremy Morin scored his first goal of the season in his first game played since Jan. 15
-Kyle Beach tallied a goal for the third straight game
-Brandon Pirri notched his first goal of the season
CHICAGO (AP) Tyler Seguin scored the only goal in a shootout and the Boston Bruins beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Saturday
night in the only regular-season matchup between the last two Stanley Cup champions.
The two previous Stanley Cup champions get together tonight at the United Center, where the Boston Bruins look to get on track against the Chicago Blackhawks.