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The National Hockey League Players' Association approved an NHL realignment plan scheduled for the 2013-14 season on Thursday.
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Yahoo’s Nick Cotsonika is first to report Thursday morning that Patrick Sharp will miss 2-3 weeks with “an upper-body injury.” The schedule lines up very favorably for the Hawks right now if that timetable proves to be accurate; Chicago only … Continue reading →The post Patrick Sharp Injury Update appeared first on Committed Indians.
So the Blackhawks are going to lose this season, right? They can’t do this all over again, can they? We can’t say for sure, but we can say this: At the exact halfway mark of the season, the Hawks have yet to lose in regulation and it’s starting to get a little scary for the rest of the league. Not only are the Hawks playing at an unmatched level, but every game they’re playing...
The Chicago Blackhawks' 24-game streak without a regulation loss came to an end Friday night at the Pepsi Center. The Colorado Avalanche (9-10-4) stunned the Blackhawks with four goals in the second period on their way to a
On the night the Chicago Blackhawks honored Marian Hossa’s 1,000th career game, the team extended the NHL’s best start with an electrifying first period. The game didn’t start incredibly well for the Hawks. Players on both teams appeared to struggle … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Go Wild, Streak Continues appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Chicago Blackhawks say injured forward Patrick Sharp will miss Friday's game at Colorado.
Sharp left Wednesday's 3-2 home win over the Avalanche with what looked like a shoulder injury after being checked along the boards by Colorado's Ryan O'Byrne. Coach Joel Quenneville said afterward Sharp might miss some time.
The Blackhawks also said Marian Hossa was traveling...
The final score means something in the standings – and the history books – but the Blackhawks more pressing concerns were with players that had to leave the game. Marian Hossa was a late scratch, Michael Frolik was still sick and … Continue reading →The post Costly Blackhawks Victory Keeps Streak Alive appeared first on Committed Indians.
With each point, the pressure grows. The wins are piling up, increasing the expectations. And the Chicago Blackhawks just keep going and going.
Looking down on the rest of the NHL, Marian Hossa and Co. show no signs of slowing down.
The Blackhawks set a franchise record with their 10th consecutive victory and extended their points streak to 29 games with a 5-3 win against the Minnesota...
Andi Petrillo and Tim Wharnsby look at the Patrick Sharp Injury, fight night in Toronto, and who would make the All-Star team this year.
View a sneak peak of the All-Star team below along with the video where the above is discussed. Continue reading "HNIC’s I-Team All-Star Selections"
We’ve officially reached the halfway point of hockey season, so the NHL has provided us with a look at the top 10 goals of the first half. You know this list wouldn’t be complete without a couple of dazzlers from Datsyuk and Malkin, but don’t discount “the 6’9” ballerina” that is Zdeno Chara, who netted a beauty while channeling his inner Patrick Kane. There are some...
The Chicago Blackhawks are on the verge of becoming the second team in NHL history to go 30 straight games without losing in regulation.
A visit from the Colorado Avalanche seems to be a superb chance to keep that string going.
The Blackhawks look to continue their dazzling run by capitalizing on a meeting with the sputtering Avalanche on Wednesday night.
Chicago (20-0-3) is by...
The Chicago Blackhawks set a franchise record with their 10th consecutive victory and extended their points streak to 29 games with a 5-3 win against the Minnesota Wild on Tuesday night.
Bryan Bickell scored twice in the first period and Patrick Kane added a big goal in the third as Chicago (20-0-3) remained the only team in the NHL without a regulation loss. It also snapped a tie...