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Nick Leddy was born on March 20, 1991, making him 22 years old today. He’ll skate in his 158th career NHL game this evening in Anaheim, and has 56 points (10 goals, 46 assists) already on his NHL resume. It … Continue reading →The post Happy Birthday, Nick Leddy appeared first on Committed Indians.
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The regular seasons have come to a close for most of the Blackhawks’ top prospects, and many are getting ready for a busy postseason. Many of the Hawks’ recent draft picks have had exceptional seasons. Here are some updates on … Continue reading →The post Chicago Blackhawks Prospect Updates appeared first on Committed Indians.
With the entire hockey world watching to see how the best two teams in the league would play against each other, the Blackhawks and Ducks put on a playoff-caliber show. Unfortunately, the Ducks came away with their 13th consecutive home … Continue reading →The post Ducks Top Blackhawks In Mighty Matchup appeared first on Committed Indians.
With revenge on their minds, the Blackhawks handled their business in Denver on Monday night. Patrick Kane had another dominant three-point night (one goal, two assists) leading the Hawks to victory. He also had three takeaways. Unfortunately, Kane spent a lot … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Bury Avalanche appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Red Wings-vs-Wild game may be NBC's "Rivaly Night" match-up, but tonight's 10 PM EDT game between the Chicago Blackhawks and Anaheim Ducks is definitely tonight's marquee game. According to the Chicago Tribune's Chris Kuc, Marian Hossa won't be taking part in the game due to an "upper-body" injury:
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Games like this rarely happened when you played the Chicago Blackhawks
People always love nostalgia. For hockey and video game lovers, one item that gives many that feeling of nostalgia is NHL 94 which was released in 1993.
Now, I was the ripe age of three when this game came out, but that doesn’t mean I didn’t spend a bulk of my childhood playing this game. In fact, aside...
Andrew Shaw celebrates like he is in Chicago. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)
This was an easy night for the F**K You Fantasy POTN because we only have one award winner. Yes it is rare but sometimes these things do happen. There is not much to this Monday night but we have one award winner and it was just too obvious and too embarrassing.