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For the masses counting the days between Blackhawks shutout victories, hit the reset button. On Sunday night, Corey Crawford kept all 16 shots he faced out of the net and the Hawks ended their long road trip with an incredible … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Shutout Predators, Finish Fantastic Road Trip appeared first on Committed Indians.
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The first quarter of the 2013 season is over for the Chicago Blackhawks, and we’ve graded the forwards and defensemen already. So, now let’s turn our attentions to the goaltenders. Corey Crawford 9 games, 7-0-2, 1.62 GAA, .935 save percentage, … Continue reading →The post Chicago Blackhawks First Quarter Grades: Goaltenders appeared first on Committed Indians.
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No longer a young goaltender, the Chicago Blackhawks are starting to rely heavily on Corey Crawford in net. All the pieces are there for the Blackhawks with outstanding scoring talent and solid defense, but goaltending has been a problem ever since winning the Stanley Cup. Even rumors of acquiring Roberto Luongo popped up last season.
Marcus Kruger and Jonathan Toews scored 66 seconds apart in the second period Sunday night, and the Chicago Blackhawks remained the NHL's lone undefeated team in regulation by beating the Nashville Predators, 3-0.
Patrick Kane also scored in the third as the Blackhawks wrapped up their season-high six-game road trip with their fourth straight win and improved to 10-0-2 overall...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Marcus Kruger and Jonathan Toews each scored 66 seconds apart in the second period, and the Chicago Blackhawks remained the NHL's lone undefeated team in regulation by beating the Nashville Predators 3-0 Sunday night.
Patrick Kane also added a goal in the third as the Blackhawks wrapped up their season-high six-game road trip with their fourth straight...
Marcus Kruger and Jonathan Toews each scored 66 seconds apart in the second period, and the Chicago Blackhawks remained the NHL's lone undefeated team in regulation by beating the Nashville Predators 3-0 Sunday night.
Patrick Kane also added a goal in the third as the Blackhawks wrapped up their season-high six-game road trip with their fourth straight win and improved to 10...
By Dan Groob, TiqIQ
Nearly a month into the season and the Chicago Blackhawks have registered nary a loss. With 20 points in 11 games, the Blackhawks have actually done most of their damage on the road this season, throwing up a 7-0-2 mark away from the United Center. Continue reading "Ticket prices up on strength of Blackhawks early success"
As the NHL season is nearing the quarter-mark, I am trying to make picks for the awards that I have yet to address. Today I am looking at the Lady Byng Trophy. I think our leader right now is Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks. He is the second highest scorer in the NHL with 18 points. He is playing a sportsmanlike game with only two penalty minutes so far this year...
Patrick Kane's red-hot play has only added to the Chicago Blackhawks' tremendous start to the season.
The star right wing's production may be even more vital against the stingy Nashville Predators.
The Blackhawks will attempt to remain the only team without a regulation loss Sunday night when they close a six-game trip against the Predators.
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The Predators will play host to the unbeaten-in-regulation Chicago Blackhawks in the second game of a weekend double header. Nashville was in Minnesota last night where they lost in overtime on a controversial refereeing decision. The Blackhawks are 9-0-2 and first overall in the league. They also had a rest day yesterday while Nashville fought hard in...
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Coming off a 2-1 overtime loss to the Minnesota Wild, the Predators are most likely not pleased with both their performance and the way the game ended as well. However, having a short memory is key in a shortened season as they make their way back to the friendly confines of Bridgestone Arena to faceoff against the Chicago Blackhaws...