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Seriously, dude? I love Ellen as much as the next person, but not at the Blackhawks game. Come on, guy. Is this what our country has come to? Are we so attached to our mobile devices that we have to watch them when we’re at sporting events that we paid money for? Sure, one could make the argument that perhaps it was between periods, but I don’t care! Intermissions are the perfect opportunities to grab an ice cream, chat with your buds about the girl you’re getting with, stare at the banners hanging from the rafters for all I care, but don’t watch daytime TV for goodness sake. You couldn’t at least throw on an episode of “It’s Always Sunny?” Yeah you bet I’m fired up. This picture speaks volumes about where America is headed. We’re missing out on life because we’re so f*cking addicted to our phones and tablets and whatsamajiggers. It’s got to stop. Photo courtesy of Busted Coverage Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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This guy didn't let a Blackhawks game get in the way of his sensitive side. Thanks to modern technology, he found a way to watch "Ellen" in between dropped pucks. Now he gets a reason to dance in the stands without looking silly. [Deadspin] U think you've seen it all, until u find the guy watchin the Ellen show @ the #hawks game @WaddleandSilvy @Beardo33 pic...
On Thursday night, rookie Brandon Pirri scored his first NHL goal but the Blackhawks fell to the Blues in the shootout. The Blues took a couple stupid, dangerous penalties only a couple of days after they lost Max Lapierre to … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Fall To Blues In Shootout appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Chicago Blackhawks announced Saturday defenseman Viktor Svedberg has signed a two-year contract.
The 22-year-old Svedberg had previously been under contract with the Rockford IceHogs of the American Hockey League. Svedberg will remain with the IceHogs. He has one goal and one assist in five games with the IceHogs this season.
The Chicago Blackhawks trotted out their shuffled lines at Friday’s practice with Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane split Brandon Saad on the top line and Bryan Bickell on the third.
Hey not like they’re getting massive scoring with their current combos.
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U think you've seen it all, until u find the guy watchin the Ellen show @ the #hawks game @WaddleandSilvy @Beardo33 pic.twitter.com/yq9aTgLd6G — Joe Kelly (@Joe_Kells) October 18, 2013 So, the Chicago Blackhawks were playing host to the St. Louis Blues at United Center on Thursday night for an early season, Central division showdown. The […]The post Fan attends Blackhawks...
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Look closely at the tablet which is being held by a Chicago Blackhawks fan. Let me rephrase that, a fan of the Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. And people were getting on the Panthers for promoting that they were showing…Read more →
A shootout affair in Chicago ends with the Blues taking the 2nd point from the Blackhawks after an evenly played game.
The Blackhawks opened the scoring with Brandon Pirri wristing a shot past Halak for his first NHL goal. Happy for the kid. He found the open ice, didn’t hesitate, and dented twine. Unfortunately, the Blackhawks take a penalty and give it right back. After a faceoff...
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Eight days after his club fell to the Blues Chicago coach Joel Quenneville was still fuming Wednesday over a loss that came in the closing seconds.
“I’m over it now” Quenneville admitted Thursday morning as his Blackhawks were preparing to host the Blues. “It bothered me a bit … but you have to move on.”
The rematch was about moving on for the Blues as well. They were...