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The Blackhawks have reportedly agreed to terms with Garret Ross on a three-year entry-level contract. According to the website of the Saginaw Spirit, Ross will report to Rockford. Ross, who will turn 21 at the end of May, was a … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Sign Garret Ross appeared first on Committed Indians.
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On Monday afternoon, Rostislav Olesz was named the AHL Player of the Week. In four games, Olesz had seven points (four goals, three assists), including two game-winning goals, and was plus-six for the week. The post Olesz Named AHL Player of the Week appeared first on Committed Indians.
'Twas but a scratch: Blackhawks coach Joel Quenneville took a deflected puck off his bald noggin during Chicago's 1-0 win over Minnesota, but as bald men will tell you, our scalps are so strong that we can stop small automobiles with but a grimmace (okay, not really, Quenneville got really lucky, but still):
For the second time in four days, Ray Emery led the Blackhawks to a 1-0 road victory. Before the game, the Wild announced that Dany Heatley had successful shoulder surgery, and that his season was over. Once the game started, … Continue reading →The post Patrick Sharp Returns, Ray Emery Shuts Down Wild appeared first on Committed Indians.
Patrick Sharp was back and on top of his game as the Chicago Blackhawks blanked the Minnesota Wild 1-0 up in St. Paul, Minnesota.
Although he didn’t get on the score sheet, Patrick Sharp tallied the Hawks’ only hit in the 1st period, a big crush on Wild star Zach Parise. What should have fans furious is that Patrick Sharp was the victim of what should have been a boarding call...
Marian Hossa's unassisted goal late in the second period lifted the NHL-leading Chicago Blackhawks to their fifth win in six games, 1-0 over the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night.
Ray Emery started for the Blackhawks for the third straight game and made 20 saves for his second shutout in that stretch and third of the season. He helped hand the Wild their fifth loss in seven games...
While the Chicago Blackhawks have already clinched a playoff spot, the Minnesota Wild hope to improve their postseason position despite an injury to one of their top players.
The NHL-leading Blackhawks look for a third straight victory overall and on the road Tuesday night against the Wild.
Rookie Brandon Saad and captain Jonathan Toews scored 55 seconds apart in the third period...
The State of Hockey and Chicago are the 'home' to two of the most memorable group of brother's in the history of American cinema. For the Windy City its Jake and Elwood Blues played by Saturday Night Live original cast members John Belushi and Dan Akroyd. The pair of trouble-making musicians who go on a mission from God to save an orphanage they once belonged to formed...