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As the NHL trade deadline approaches, Blackhawks fans are squarely focused on the team acquiring a second-line center. But could the Hawks have an answer on the roster already? Dave Bolland simply isn‚Äôt getting it done, offensively or in faceoffs. ‚Ä¶ Continue reading ‚ÜíThe post Could The Blackhawks Answer At 2C On The Roster Already? appeared first on Committed Indians.
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Patrick Sharp and Marian Hossa returned to practice on Thursday, but both have already been ruled out for Friday‚Äôs game against the Anaheim Ducks. The team is (rightfully) being cautious with the two stars; Sharp is hoping to return next ‚Ä¶ Continue reading ‚ÜíThe post Blackhawks Roster Updates appeared first on Committed Indians.
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we posted an impressive spinning goal by Chicago Blackhawks star Patrick Kane and thanks to the fine folks over at the NHL, they decided to give it the look of the classic Sega Genesis/Super Nintendo game "NHL 94".
So, get ready to see Kane's goal from a different angle along with a possible flashback to your childhood/college days:
"I pity the puck that messes with Mr. T"...
Last Wednesday, actor Laurence Tureaud (most remembered as Mr. T. from The A-Team) made appearance at a Chicago Blackhawks game. As part of a Chicago tradition, he was given the opportunity to score a goal from center ice.
The clip was tracked down by the fine folks over at SB Nation and shows Mr. T making the rather difficult shot:
Mr. T was at the Chicago Blackhawks game yesterday for the traditional ‚Äúshoot the puck‚ÄĚ competition between 2nd and 3rd periods of the hockey game. Yes, the ultra-predictable ‚ÄúI pity the‚Ä¶.‚ÄĚ jokes from Mr T. are coming in the tweets that follow. Hey, Mr. T knows his gig.
He also mispronounced the name of the Comcast SportsNet Chicago reporter interviewing him. It‚Äôs ‚Ä‚Ä...
CHICAGO -- Sheldon Souray scored the go-ahead goal with 2:08 left, Jonas Hiller made 25 saves and the Anaheim Ducks defeated the Chicago Blackhawks 2-1 on Friday to end a four-game losing streak.
Souray's drive through a screen from the left point hit the stick of Chicago defenseman Niklas Hjalmarsson and deflected past Ray Emery, who suffered his first loss of the season.
By Matthew Feuerman of TiqIQ,
Once the darlings of the NHL and American sporting lure as a whole, the Chicago Blackhawks, having gone the first 24 games of the 2012-2013 campaign without a regulation loss, have fallen back down to earth ever so slightly since the Avalanche broke their record on March 8.¬†Since that date, the team is a more mortal 3-3, though they did beat the¬...
For the third time this season, the final score showed the Anaheim Ducks with one goal more than the Chicago Blackhawks. This loss, a 2-1¬†defeat at the United Center, may force the organization to shake up the lineup. Friday night‚Äôs¬†game-winning ‚Ä¶ Continue reading ‚ÜíThe post Ducks Sweep Regular Season Series With Blackhawks appeared first on Committed Indians.
Since becoming the only team to record two wins over the Chicago Blackhawks, the Anaheim Ducks haven't earned another victory.
The second-place team in the Western Conference will try to halt its season-high losing streak Friday night by sweeping the series with the conference-leading Blackhawks, who likely won't have Marian Hossa or Patrick Sharp in the lineup.
After the Kings started a five-game road trip with a big 5-4 win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday, as they emphatically ended a goal drought of over 150 minutes, Darryl Sutter made no changes to his lineup today as the Kings looked to build on it. The Kings had lost three straight games on [...]