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With the Blackhawks taking time away from the ice for Christmas, it’s a good time to look back at the first 35 games of the NHL season. The Hawks are 22-9-4, good for first place in the Central Division and Western … Continue reading →
BEST OF MAXIM
In this second part of our look back at the Blackhawks performance through Christmas, we’ll grade the performances from the Blackhawks’ defensemen and goalies through the season’s first 35 games. We previously graded the forwards. Duncan Keith 32 games played 2 goals … Continue reading →
This has become a “thing” in the NHL, but this year the Blackhawks get my nod for holiday card of the year. We would also like to thank them for their obscene use of Cosby Sweaters.
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"You've seen them light up the ice, now let them light up your holiday season!"
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