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Blackhawks at Sharks
10:30 PM Eastern/9:30 Central/7:30 Pacific
HP Pavilion, San Jose, CA
CSN (CHI and CA)/WGN Radio
With the road-weary Hawks coming off an amazing goalie performance by Ray Emery in a 2-1 win Saturday in Calgaryâand the Sharks taking their first regulation loss last night in Anaheimâthe two teams who currently look to be the...
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Despite a miserable early performance, the Blackhawks were able to dig out of a couple two-goal deficits in a wild first period. And this time, it was the team’s youngest players leading the way. Corey Crawford got off to a … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Defeat Sharks, Stay On Top Of The NHL appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Chicago Blackhawks are off to an incredible start to the season banging off seven wins in nine games with the only blemishes on their record being two shootout losses to Minnesota and Vancouver, respectively With a match up coming against San Jose on Tuesday, there have been a few questions on who [...]
The hit was delivered to Jamal Mayers and the penalties were as follows...
08:48 San Jose Andrew Desjardins: 5 minutes, fighting
08:48 Chicago Duncan Keith: 2 minutes, instigator - face shield
08:48 San Jose Andrew Desjardins: 10 minutes, match penalty
08:48 Chicago Duncan Keith: 2 minutes, instigator
08:48 Chicago Duncan Keith: 5 minutes, fighting
08:48 Chicago Duncan Keith...
Patrick Kane scored two goals, including the tiebreaking goal after a fight midway through the second period, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the San Jose Sharks 5-3 on Tuesday night in a matchup of the NHL's top two teams.
Brandon Saad, Andrew Shaw and Marcus Kruger also scored for the Blackhawks, who overcame a 2-0 deficit to remain the only team in the NHL yet to lose a game...
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Judging by the reaction (mostly from Blackhawk-operated entities) on social media, Hawk rookie Brandon Saad's first NHL goal ranks up there with Neil Armstrong's walk on the moon and the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Again, I have no issue with Saad at all. In fact, I am impressed with his tenacity and the relative speed with which he is adapting to the...
Patrick Kane’s consecutive goals proved to be the difference-makers as Chicago broke a 3-3 tie and downed San Jose 5-3 last night in the game of the night. Each team scored three times in a wild first period but the defenses restored order after that and Kane was the only player to score in the final 40 minutes of the game.
Johnathan Toews and Brent Seabrook each had a pair of...
The Chicago Blackhawks are the final team remaining without a regulation defeat and a wild sequence allowed them to escape that fate in their last game.
Road meetings with the San Jose Sharks, however, haven't ended favorably in three years.
After narrowly avoiding their first regulation loss, the Blackhawks look to snap a four-game road skid to the Sharks on Tuesday night...
Both the Chicago Blackhawks and San Jose Sharks come into Tuesday night’s game struggling offensively. The Sharks have scored only six total goals in their last four games, leading to a 2-1-1 record (both wins coming in a shootout). Similarly, … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks-Sharks In Focus: Special Teams Will Play A Major Role appeared first on Committed Indians.
After a scoreless first two periods against the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday night, the Calgary Flames found the back of the net with just 34.2 seconds left in the 3rd to take the lead. Fans cheered and were moments from enjoying their first home win when the Flames allowed Marian Hossa to score with a measly 3.1 seconds left. To add salt to the wound, Chicago would further beat...
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"The rumors of my demise are greatly exaggerated."
â Mark Twain
Now it's my turn to say I told you so.
When the Hawks re-signed Ray Emery last Spring, it raised more than a few eyebrows. The conventional wisdom was, "yeah, he's a good guy, but he can't play anymore." As I have said many times before and since, and...
The ability to overcome early deficits is a key reason the Chicago Blackhawks remain the NHL's only team without a regulation loss.
That trend, though not ideal, began against the Phoenix Coyotes last month.
Looking for a third consecutive victory, the Blackhawks hope to continue their success in Phoenix and prevent the Coyotes from winning a third straight home game Thursday...