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Rockford, Ill.- Rockford IceHogs Head Coach Ted Dent announced Thursday that forward Brandon Segal has been named the team captain for the 2011-12 season. Seg...
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It is truly remarkable how a Stanley Cup championship can change the perception of a franchise. What were once feelings of jubilation, excitement and genuine surprise of Blackhawks fans new and old after winning the cup have worn off. But what has replaced those emotions going into this season is something a bit more serious.With the national media focused on the numerous storylines...
Patrick Kane pulled off a crazy spin pass last night to teammate Marian Hossa for a tap in goal. The goal tied the game, and the Blackhawks would eventually win the game in shoot outs. It was only fitting that Kane scored the game winning goal in the tiebreaker.
Last year, the Blackhawks had too many “off nights” to accept, and it nearly cost them a playoff berth. On Friday night in Raleigh, the Hawks failed to show up for the first time this year. Corey Crawford allowed three … Continue reading →
Savard's description of replica spin-o-rama: Wow!Patrick Kane received a lot of phone calls and text messages after his other-worldly, 360-degree spin, no-look, back-handed pass to set up Blackhawks teammate Marian Hossa for a goal during Tuesday night's 3-2 shootout victory over the Ducks.
Eight games in, close enough to a tenth of the season down to take a look at what was the big story out of training camp. That's Patrick Kane at center. The point totals are there, as are the highlights. We know he's even been better than .500 at faceoffs, which I don't think anyone saw coming.
He's a +4 and has a plus rating in Behind The Net, so he's clearly...
It's not for Halloween, but Emery now has appropriate maskRALEIGH, N.C. — Ray Emery received a package while the Blackhawks were in North Carolina and its contents likely will be seen by thousands Saturday night at the United Center.
Here's a scene that would strike fear in just about any goalie: Jonathan Toews flying down the ice on a breakaway. Cam Ward stopped him -- and everything else for the Carolina Hurricanes. Ward made 30 saves in his first shutout of the season, and Carolina snapped a three-game losing streak by beating Toews and the Chicago Blackhawks, 3-0, on Friday night.
The Chicago Blackhawks will try extend their point streak with a win tonight, as they battle the struggling Carolina Hurricanes at RBC Center.