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Here are five other names the Blackhawks might consider adding at some point this year. 1. Rene Bourque, LW, Calgary Flames Chicago fans are familiar with Bourque, and bringing him back isn’t a new idea. He’s a physical forward who … Continue reading →
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ST. LOUIS -- New Blues coach Ken Hitchcock paid the ultimate compliment to Hawks star Patrick Kane, who has been playing center for Chicago after previously ...
Jonathan Toews had two goals and an assist, and the Chicago Blackhawks' struggling power play scored twice in a 6-3 victory over the stumbling Columbus Blue Jackets on Thursday night.
The Blackhawks broke a three-game losing streak with their highest scoring game of the season.
Andrew Brunette, Steve Montador, Patrick Kane and Marian Hossa also had goals for Chicago, which...
It was probably right around the 11th minute John Scott played last night for the Chicago Blackhawks that one began to wonder what the hell is going on with this team right now.
Scott's 11:16 wasn't just a season-high in his five games in 2011-12. It's the most he's played since Oct. 11, 2010 — as span of 41 games. He partnered with Steve Montador, as Coach Joel...
In October, we looked at a few of the Blackhawks prospects that had performed well to begin the season. Now that we’re in mid-November, here is an updated look at some of the stars-of-tomorrow and how they’re playing this year. … Continue reading →
The Fight: vs Derek Dorsett at 8:23 in the first period. The Assist: on Andrew Brunette’s power play goal at 1:25 in the second. The Goal: on the power play, from Duncan Keith and Nick Leddy at 9:07 in the … Continue reading →
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith will return to the lineup Tuesday against the St. Louis Blues after missing three games with a hand injury.
After watching the Blackhawks performance in St. Louis, the summary is pretty simple. It was a perfect storm in St. Louis. Jaroslav Halak found his game after a rough start to the season, the Blues played a hard, physical game … Continue reading →
I have no words for this.Game Time: 6 PMTV / Radio: CSN / WGN RadioNext Relocation Victims: Light The Lamp
Today's lesson: lucky timing. If ever the Blackhawks needed a slump buster of a game, its now. After playing two absolutely dreadful games, the Hawks get to play against the worst team in the NHL, the Columbus Blue Jackets.
The BJs are coming off a 9-2 curb-stomping...
The Chicago Blackhawks and Calgary Flames both have been struggling on the power play this season, but each team has a reason to feel like it is about to turn things around.
Coming off a dominating road win, the Blackhawks return to the United Center on Friday night to take on the Flames, who will get Mikael Backlund back in the lineup.
Chicago (9-4-3) scored two power-play goals...
As the title suggest, here’s just a couple of brief notes prior to tonight’s game. The Hawks will skate in St. Louis against the Blues tonight. Puck hits the ice at 7:00 pm (DST).
Duncan Keith is expected to return to the line up tonight. Keith had missed the last 3 games after getting hit in the hand with the puck, early during the game against Nashville, a little over a week...
A trip to face the Columbus Blue Jackets appears to be coming at just the right time for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Mired in their first losing streak this season and struggling on special teams, the Blackhawks try to end those woes Thursday night by adding to their recent mastery of the NHL's worst club.
Chicago (8-4-3) hasn't been effective on the power play this season...
ST. LOUIS -- The Chicago Blackhawks will have a new look to their lineup when they face the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday night at the Scottrade Center.
COLUMBUS -- Coach Joel Quenneville believes the Chicago Blackhawks should be angry following two consecutive subpar performances.
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Chicago Blackhawks
RECORDS - CBJ: 2-11-1 (Home: 2-5-1), CHI: 8-4-3 (Road: 3-3-1)
WHEN: Nov. 10, 2011 - 7 p.m. | WHERE...
The Blue Jackets have had quite some time to stew over an embarrassing loss in Philadelphia. Columbus will try to put that defeat, as well as its awful start to the season, in the rearview mirror when it hosts the Chicago Blackhawks tonight at Nationwide Arena.