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The Avalanche didn't practice Sunday, allowing newcomer Tyson Barrie to settle in. Barrie, a 20-year-old, offensive-minded defenseman, is expected to make his NHL debut Tuesday against the Chicago Blackhawks at the Pepsi Center.
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On Friday, the Blackhawks lost a fifth straight game and general manager Stan Bowman told the collected media that nothing was imminent on the trade front. While fans are up in arms about Bowman’s comments, a decent memory should provide a … Continue reading →
On Monday night, while the Blackhawks continue a long weekend, a couple of the organization’s top prospects will be on display in one of the great college hockey events: the Beanpot Tournament. Defenseman Adam Clendening and Boston University will play … Continue reading →
Greetings from the Pepsi Center, where the Avalanche is hosting the Vancouver Canucks. Defenseman Tyson Barrie, who was recalled from the Lake Erie Monsters of the American Hockey League, will not make his NHL debut today. I’m told he recently boarded a flight in Cleveland. He will probably play Tuesday against the Chicago Blackhawks, given that he’s not being called up to watch...
The Chicago Blackhawks are in somewhat of a down fall currently and it raises the question of how good are these Hawks especially compared to last season. The Blackhawks comparable records from last year and this year are: 2010/2011 27 wins 22 losses 4 OT for 58 points 2011/2012 29 wins 17 losses 7 OT [...]
Mired in a five-game losing streak, the Chicago Blackhawks seemingly need all the help they can get from all corners. And Andrew Brunette could provide some sooner than expected.
Mired in a season-high five-game losing streak, the Chicago Blackhawks will start Ray Emery in goal Tuesday against the Colorado Avalanche, his second straight start in place of Corey Crawford.
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After coming off an 8-4 win against the Chicago Blackhawks Thursday, the Oilers rookies kept the positive vibe alive Friday as they said ...