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After a solid performance by Blackhawks prospect Braden Birch for Cornell on Friday night, a number of other future Hawks were in action as the NCAA hockey tournament was busy on Saturday. Minnesota defeated Boston University 7-3 on Saturday. Justin … Continue reading →
BEST OF MAXIM
Keith will miss the following five games: March 25 vs Nashville March 27 @ New Jersey March 29 vs St. Louis March 31 @ Nashville April 1 vs Minnesota
The Frozen Four is now set, and the Blackhawks have been very well represented in this year’s tournament. On Sunday, the University of Minnesota and Boston College both punched their tickets to join Union College and Ferris State University. Minnesota … Continue reading →
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith was suspended for five games without pay by the NHL on Friday for elbowing Vancouver star Daniel Sedin in the head.
Keith lunged at Sedin in the neutral zone in the first period of Chicago's 2-1 overtime victory Wednesday night, hitting Sedin in the head. Sedin didn't have the puck at the time.
Keith was given a minor penalty for...
Nothing tastes more succulent than a come-from-behind overtime win at home over your hated Canadian rivals. But for the Chicago Blackhawks, some hard liquor goes down just as smooth.
This was a team who just a month ago had tumbled from the top of the Western Conference standings and was in danger of falling out of the playoff picture. Recently though, they've gotten back...
In honor of the Blackhawks celebrating Ed Belfour Heritage Night on Sunday, it’s worth a moment to look back at the Hall of Fame career of one of the great netminders in Hawks history. The following is an excerpt from … Continue reading →
This is a conversation that needs to happen.That is all.(I suspect they would talk about hoses, little people and Chris Chelios)
According to TSN's Bob McKenzie the NHL has changed its mind and requested an in-person hearing with Duncan Keith which the defenceman waived, meaning the suspension is no longer limited to less than five games. More to come as news of the length of the suspension breaks this afternoon.
Duncan Keith has been suspended five games for his elbow on Daniel Sedin during the first period of Wednesday's game between the Canucks and Blackhawks. The hit occurred 13:36 into the game and Keith was given a minor penalty for for elbowing. Daniel Sedin is now out indefinitely with a head injury. The injury could not come at a worse time for the Canucks as the playoffs are...
<a href="http://www.mogreet.com/moshare/it/" class="moshare-button-21" data-message="The NHL Department of Player Safety suspended Blackhawks defenseman, Duncan Keith, for five games following a nasty elbow to the head of Canucks forward Daniel Sedin. While Keith is a key player in the Blackhawks lineup, Daniel Sedin (out indefinitely) leads the Canucks...
Nashville Predators 43-24-8
Chicago Blackhawks 42-25-8
Kane is motivated for Sunday night's game against Nashville
Only two points separate the Nashville Predators and the Chicago Blackhawks in the Western Conference standings. Both teams have played 75 games. A win on Sunday would give Nashville a four-point cushion over the surging Blackhawks, winners of five...
By Seth Lake
Flying into Chicago for Sunday night’s meeting with a well-rested Chicago Blackhawks team at the United Center for their second game in as many nights, the Nashville Predators task didn’t get any easier when they learned Sunday afternoon that leading scorer Martin Erat would not be able to play due to an upper-body injury.
Nashville put forth a full team effort on...
The main topic of discussion was the Duncan Keith suspension.