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OTTAWA -The Ottawa Senators announced today that the club has acquired forward Rob Klinkhammer from the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for a conditional seventh round draft pick in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft.
Klinkhammer, 25, has recorded two goa...
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The news from Blackhawks practice on Thursday morning was fairly surprising to some. Patrick Kane had left the center position on the team’s second line, where he has spent most of the season, to move back to Jonathan Toews’ right … Continue reading →
The Blackhawks got a conditional seventh round draft pick from the Ottawa Senators in the 2013 NHL Entry Draft in exchange for 25-year-old forward Rob Klinkhammer.
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So that first game back was a bit of a dud, huh? Well, apparently the Hawks are determined to continue on this rollercoaster stretch, so hopefully we get treated to a win tonight. (Although if we're to choose between tonight and tomorrow, I'd rather the win be against St....
ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Marian Hossa scored twice and the Chicago Blackhawks solved streaking St. Louis Blues goalie Brian Elliott in a 5-2 victory Saturday night.
Hossa scored on a power play and short-handed for his first multigoal game of the season. Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp and Michael Frolik also scored to help Chicago win for the fourth time in five games. The Blackhawks were...
The Chicago Blackhawks will host a toy drive at each of the next three home games at the United Center to support the Neighbor’s Development Network, Dreams for Kids and NorthShore University HealthSystem.
Fans that bring an unwrapped toy...
The Chicago Blackhawks appeared stagnant in their first game back following their annual circus trip.
They'll look to pick up the pace Friday night against the New York Islanders, who are feeling good after opening their four-game trek with a pair of rare road wins.
Chicago (14-8-3), which posted back-to-back victories to split its recently completed six-game trip, failed to...
There are usually three outcomes when you play a bottom-feeding team and none of them feel good.
Either you win convincingly, which was the script all along, or you lose and everyone goes into a tizzy. Only slightly better than the latter but not the former is huffing and puffing your way to a "win" against that team.
The Hawks chose that route Friday night.
Veteran backup Ray Emery is in goal for the Chicago Blackhawks as they take on the St. Louis Blues on Saturday night at Scottrade Center.
Their long and winding road has nearly reached its end.
And just in time for the holiday season, the Ottawa Senators are about to get the chance to enjoy the comforts of home for an extended period.
When the Senators face off against the Cap...