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The Chicago Blackhawks record setting streak runs to 22! The Blackhawks record for points starting a season is there’s and there’s alone now with the overall points streak in sight now. With a 2-1 road shootout win over the hated Detroit Red Wings, they’re now 19-0-3 on the young season. Actually, it’s not so young anymore, almost halfway through and no losses? AMAZING. Patrick Kane “Kaner” had the game winner.
The Blackhawks record broke the 2006-2007 Anaheim Ducks, who started 12-0-4 and went on to win the Stanley Cup that year. The Blackhawks record is impressive, but remember an #8 seed L.A. Kings won the Stanley Cup last year. #8s beat #1 all the time.
“It’s a remarkable start,” coach Joel Quenneville said. “We’re very happy and pleased. Guys should be proud of the achievement and where they’re at, especially in a 48-game season. It’s put us in a real good spot.”
A concern for Chicago coming into the season was their goaltending. However, starting goaltender Corey Crawford is
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What a game! The Blackhawks faced their toughest test of the season in Detroit on Sunday, but came away with two points because of an extraordinary effort from Corey Crawford. Crawford stopped 32 of 33 shots, with 29 of his … Continue reading →The post Corey Crawford, Blackhawks Continue Streaking appeared first on Committed Indians.
It’s wise for the United Center to serve all their beer in plastic cups. Otherwise, Blackhawks fans may be covered in brew any time Jim Cornelison opens his mouth. The Blackhawks’ national anthem singer put on an impressive performance at the “Toast for Harry” on Thursday at Navy Pier in Chicago. Cornelison belted “Take Me Out to the Ballgame” in honor of Harry Carey...
This is a little...different...per ESPN Chicago's Scott Powers:
The Chicago Blackhawks will honor forward Marian Hossa's milestone of playing in 1,000 NHL regular-season games by wearing commemorative jerseys during warmups and holding a pre-game ceremony on Tuesday.
The 34-year-old Hossa played in his 1,000th career regular-season game against the Detroit Red Wings...
DETROIT (AP) -- The Chicago Blackhawks have extended their NHL-record, season-opening points streak to 22 games.
Patrick Kane scored the tying goal on a power play with 2:02 left in regulation and had the only goal in a shootout, lifting Chicago to a 2-1 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Sunday.
Corey Crawford was perfect in the shootout and finished with 32 saves.
DETROIT As far as statement games go, the Detroit Red Wings and Chicago Blackhawks basically said the same things they've been saying all season.
For the Wings, they showed they're still a work in progress.
For the Blackhawks, they showed they're a cohesive group clicking on all cylinders.
The Blackhawks came into the game on a record-setting points pace to open the...
The Chicago Blackhawks’ run of success resulted in one of NBC’s largest regular season NHL overnights. Sunday’s Blackhawks/Red Wings NHL regular season game, which extended the Blackhawks’ points streak to 22 games, earned a 1.6 [...]
The Detroit Red Wings will face off against the Chicago Blackhawks in less than an hour (12:30 PM EST, NBC, NHL Network Canada/97.1 FM), and the Hawks waited until this morning to announce their starting goaltender, as noted by the Chicago Tribune's Chris Kuc:
Corey Crawford returns in goal for the Chicago Blackhawks as they face the Detroit Red Wings at Joe Louis Arena...
Though it hasn't always been easy, the Chicago Blackhawks are finding ways to win while keeping their season-opening point streak intact.
The visiting Blackhawks expect another serious challenge when they look for a ninth straight victory by continuing their recent success against the surging archrival Detroit Red Wings on Sunday.
While Chicago (18-0-3) is 21-0-6 since losing...
Vlogger, "Jim Cornelison, the Blackhawk's national anthem singer, sang 'Take Me Out to the Ball Game' during WLS AM Radio's Roe and Roeper Show broadcast on February 28th at Harry Caray's Tavern,...
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Patrick Kane’s goal with 2:02 left in regulation tied the game and his shootout goal won it for Chicago as they downed Detroit 2-1 and move to an eye-popping 19-0-3 this season. Tomas Tatar had the lone goal for Detroit. Corey Crawford and Jimmy Howard played strong games in goal as each stopped 32 of 33 shots.
SPIN: This game was everything we thought it would be. Hard-fought...
from Monte Stewart of the CP at the Toronto Star,
Here’s a look at some highlights and lowlights, and what to expect in the second half of the abbreviated campaign.
Chicago Blackhawks: The Blackhawks (19-0-3) have put together a record season-opening run after facing questions about their goaltending and character. Chicago has yet to lose...