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Now that we are officially half way through the season and have just 24 days until the trade deadline, Let's take a look at who's hot and who's not in the NHL.
We have several teams that have been rather dominate as of late. The Chicago Blackhawks, of course, who are 21-1-3 and host Edmonton later today. The Avalanche managed to had them their first loss of the season on Friday night, but I thi...
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On Monday, the Blackhawks placed defenseman Steve Montador on waivers.The post Steve Montador On Waivers appeared first on Committed Indians.
Four netminders allowed 11 goals on Sunday night at the United Center. Unfortunately, the Blackhawks weren’t able to overcome a miserable first period. Ray Emery got the start for Chicago, but failed to last ten minutes. He allowed three goals … Continue reading →The post Oil Slick: Blackhawks Comeback Falls Short Against Edmonton appeared first on Committed Indians.
from Scott Powers of ESPN Chicago,
The Blackhawks were playing their seventh game in 11 days, their longest stretch of the season, on Sunday, and it showed. The Blackhawks' tired minds and bodies were on full display in the opening period as the Oilers jumped on them for a 4-0 lead.
The Oilers beat them physically in the first period, but the Blackhawks also made careless...
A person familiar with the situation says the Chicago Blackhawks have placed defenseman Steve Montador on waivers.
The person spoke Monday on the condition of anonymity because the deal has not been announced. Teams have until noon Tuesday to claim him or Chicago will retain his rights.
Montador has appeared in only one game since he suffered a concussion in February 2012 and that...
Aside from the (nearly) immortal Chicago Blackhawks, both conferences are wide open this season.
No team is further than six points out of a playoff spot entering action on Saturday, and the top five teams points-wise in the East are separated by a mere four points. As far as the West is concerned, Anaheim and Vancouver have stayed competitive while Chicago has opened up an eight...
DENVER — The best start in NHL history is over. The Chicago Blackhawks finally left the ice without a point — but with their heads held high.
The Blackhawks were stunned 6-2 by the struggling Colorado Avalanche on Friday night. It was their first loss in regulation and ended a remarkable run in which they earned at least one point in their first 24 games, an NHL record.
It had to happen sooner or later -- the Chicago Blackhawks' NHL record games with a point streak had to end. The Colorado Avalanche, the team tied for last place in the Western Conference, were the team to do it it. They blew out the Hawks in Denver by a score of 6-2 in a very un-Hawklike game.
Their 11 game winning streak set a franchise record, their +32 goal differential...
University of North Dakota recruit Jack Rowe (19) struck first against the Waterloo Black Hawks in USHL Friday night action on March 8, 2013. The Cedar Rapids RoughRiders would go on to beat the Black Hawks 2-1 at Young Arena in Waterloo, Iowa.