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Corey Crawford is getting back-to-back starts in goal for just the third time this season as the Chicago Blackhawks face the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night at the United Center.
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On June 20, 2010, the implosion of the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup championship roster began with a deal many fans frowned on and questioned immediately. Kris Versteeg was the first player dealt out of town, finding his way to Toronto that … Continue reading →
Another Chicago Blackhawks win, and yet, another game without a Patrick Kane goal.
It’s another chapter in the this season’s novel in which the $6.3 million-a-year 23-year-old is viewed by many as not contributing as often as he should be offensively.
Patrick Kane, shown in this file photo, has just 10 goals this season. Time to panic?
Is the notion valid? Should...
Patrick Sharp has been out of the Chicago Blackhawks’ lineup for the past four games, but it hasn’t slowed them down one bit. Buoyed by performances from guys up and down the roster, the Hawks have been scoring goals, playing solid defense, and most importantly, picking up points. This weekend was no different, as they got a point yesterday against the Detroit Red Wings, a team...
The Blackhawks played the Red Wings for the 3rd time in 16 days, this time at the Joe in Detroit. Judging by the previous two games, you knew a couple of things for sure. One that it was going to be a great game, and secondly that it would probably be a close score. It didn’t look that way at first, by any means, but it would end up that way. More on that later. Crawford (16-10...
The Chicago Blackhawks and the San Jose Sharks showed why they are two teams that are used as measuring sticks in the NHL. The Blackhawks won tonightâs game 4-3 in an exciting game with a great finish.
Chicago never trailed tonight, but the Sharks made it interesting by cutting the deficit to one goal with just under five minutes left in the game and came close to tying things...
Chicago Blackhawks winger Viktor Stalberg was rewarded for his recent strong play when the NHL named him the second star of the week Monday afternoon.
Jonathan Toews and Viktor Stalberg each had a goal and an assist, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat San Jose 4-3 on Sunday night and ended the Sharks' eight-game point streak. Dave Bolland and rookie Andrew Shaw also scored for Chicago, which has won three of four and is 3-0-2 in its last five. Shaw's goal was his fourth in seven games since being recalled from the AHL.
CHICAGO - Daniel Carcillo's price for laying an illegal hit on the Oilers' Tom Gilbert this month turned out to...
Hawks fans can be forgiven for needing medication after watching this year's team. The Hawks aren't the projected car in the mud they were last year. Instead they demonstrate almost bi-polar qualities, making them look dominating at times and completely disinterested and overpowered at others.
On Sunday, they managed to do both and everything in between in one game. That...