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The World Junior Championships have begun, and the Blackhawks have a number of prospects competing. On Monday, Adam Clendening, Stephen Johns and Brandon Saad all registered a point in the USA’s 11-3 win over Denmark. Johns scored a goal, Clendening … Continue reading →
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Chicago Blackhawks right wing Patrick Kane will play in Wednesday's contest against the Los Angeles Kings despite dealing with strep throat, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The Stanley Cup hero has been dealing with the illness since Christmas Eve, although he did play in Monday's 4-1 triumph over the Columbus Blue Jackets.
"I think the worst is over now," Kane...
The Chicago Blackhawks have recalled forward Brandon Pirri from the American Hockey League’s Rockford IceHogs.
Pirri, 20, has registered two assists ...
Hawks winger goes through morning skate, misses 5th straight game with suspected concussionDaniel Carcillo was off the ice for about 30 seconds before he was asked how he was feeling.
Patrick Kane is scheduled to be in the lineup for the Chicago Blackhawks when they face the Los Angeles Kings on Wednesday night at the United Center.
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A week after Brent Seabrook didn't miss a game after taking a hit to the head, Marcus Kruger is still suffering from the concussion he got in that game.
We had our questions with the handling of Seabrook, because it wasn...
Gibsonia native Brandon Saad scored Team USA’s lone goal in their 4-1 setback to Finland on Wednesday in their second game of the World Junior Championship’s opening round.
Whitehall native John Gibson made his tournament debut betw...
American Brandon Saad of the Saginaw Sting tied the game early in the second period, but Armia's first goal at 10:53 of the third period put the Finns ahead again.