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An intriguing matchup between Western Conference powers is on tap tonight in Minnesota, where the Wild entertain the Chicago Blackhawks in a battle of division leaders from Xcel Energy Center.
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Ho-lee crap. Absolutely unbelievable stick handling by the Blackhawks' Patrick Kane to break down Minnesota goalie Niklas Backstrom. I would say he embarrassed him with that shootout winner but there's really nothing to be ashamed about if you're Backstrom, pretty sure not a single goalie in the league could have comprehended those moves. Even if you're a Minnesota...
ST. PAUL, Minn. By this time next year, the Minnesota Wild will be in a new conference following the NHL's realignment. When that happens, games against the likes of Winnipeg and Chicago will be conference games.After losing 2-1 Tuesday on the road to the Jets, Minnesota fell 4-3 in a shootout at home Wednesday to the second-place Blackhawks. Both games showed that the Wild...
In October, we looked at a few of the Blackhawks prospects that had performed well to begin the season. In mid-November, looked again at some of the stars-of-tomorrow. Now that we’ve moved into December, let’s look around the Blackhawks organization at how some … Continue reading →
I think it’s very safe to say that Jonathan Toews is going to be in NHL MVP talks by the end of the season.
The captain of the Chicago Blackhawks has always been loved and praised throughout his five year career, whether it be being nominated for Rookie of the Year back in 2008, Toews becoming (at the age of 20) the third youngest captain in the NHL, or winning a gold medal in...
24/7 kind of overshadowed this disgusting Patrick Kane goal.
Just nasty. Why didn't Niklas Backstrom come out to challenge? All of that could HAVE been avoided.
Still, some fast hands by Kane, and what dick celebration. On the replay, check on the woman standing off to the left. She basically **** her pants:
The interesting thing about NHL shootouts is there are some players who have as much of a chance of scoring as a 10-year-old would and others who seem to make it look easy. Patrick Kane falls under the latter category. Usually when we see a shootout goal scored it’s because the shooter made a couple [...]
When we received a reminder from the NHL about last night's NHL 36, a docu-reality show featuring Patrick Kane, the nice PR person predicted that we would make fun of him. (I can't imagine why!) Before we had a chance, Kane scored a shootout clincher that makes us want to take back every joke we've ever made, and replace it with a headline...
Canucks coach basically calls Hawks center pea-brain for 'sisters' commentST. PAUL, Minn. — Even from a distance, Dave Bolland has managed to add fuel to the heated rivalry between the Blackhawks and Canucks.
Patrick Kane's goal in the second round of a shootout clinched the Chicago Blackhawks' fifth straight victory on the road, 4-3 over the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night in a matchup of the top two teams in the Western Conference. Jonathan Toews also scored in the shootout after giving Chicago a lead with a goal in the third period that Mikko Koivu matched a few minutes later.
The Lightning dug deep to add depth to their lineup on Monday, signing free agent Antti Miettinen to a two-year contract worth $1.5 million each season. This year the salary is prorated, but includes a $500,000 signing bonus and a no-move clause.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) Patrick Kane's goal in the second round of a shootout clinched the Chicago Blackhawks ' fifth straight
victory on the road, 4-3 over the Minnesota Wild on Wednesday night in a matchup of the top two teams in the Western Conference.