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Patrick Kane had a goal and two assists to help the Chicago Blackhawks overcome an early two-goal deficit in a 4-3 victory over the Winnipeg Jets on Thursday night. Linemate Marian Hossa added a goal and an assist, and Andrew Brunette and Dave Bolland also scored for the Blackhawks. Jim Slater scored twice early in the first period for the Jets, and Kyle Wellwood added a goal late in the second.
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Despite his assurances on Monday that he is completely healthy, the Chicago Blackhawks took out an extra insurance policy on goaltender Corey Crawford on Wednesday, bringing up keeper Alexander Salak from Rockford. Ray Emery has also been feeling under the weather, so the goalie lineup for the Hawks going into Thursday’s game against the Winnipeg Jets is anyone’s guess at this...
On Saturday, the last two Stanley Cup champions will do battle on the United Center ice. What makes the game more special is the rare opportunity to see two Original Six franchises renew their historic rivalry. Corey Crawford will start … Continue reading →
Who: Blackhawks Defenseman Brent Seabrook and several teammates and members of the Inner City Education Program (ICE)
What: The Fourth Annual Brent Seabr...
The Chicago Blackhawks have assigned goaltender Alexander Salak to the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs.
Salak, 24, helped lead Farjestad B...
The Chicago Blackhawks have assigned forward Brandon Saad (SAHD) to the Saginaw Spirit of the Ontario Hockey League.
Saad, 18, made his National Hockey League...
Hawks goalie said he's over ailments and good to goIf you're seeking clarity on who will start at goaltender for the Blackhawks on Thursday against the Jets, you would have to bug coach Joel Quenneville's office.
If any team can understand the early struggles the Boston Bruins have endured, it's the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Bruins look to avoid a third consecutive loss Saturday night when they visit the Blackhawks in a matchup of the last two Stanley Cup champions.
Suffering from a Stanley Cup hangover while trying to find the right chemistry with a revamped roster, Chicago went 8-9...
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.
The Winnipeg Jets, with former Hawks Cup hoisters, Ladd and Byfuglien, came to the United Center (the only time these two teams will play, regular season, this year) and fell 4 - 3. Before we get into the actual play, here’s a couple of side notes. Sean O’Donnell turned 40 years old, one of only four players currently in the NHL. He became the oldest Hawk skater to wear the...