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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.
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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 →
Like anyone, especially bloggers, I like to be right. Sadly, it happens maybe three times a year, so it's a real wonder why anyone lets me write anything for anybody. But at least this week, I feel like I got one in Viktor Stalberg.
I liked Stalberg from the moment the Hawks acquired him. That was partly because I didn't think the Hawks could get any actual piece for Kris...
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.
Jonathan Toews and Viktor Stalberg each had a goal and an assist, and the Blackhawks beat San Jose 4-3 on Sunday night and ended the Sharks' eight-game point streak.
Winger has picked up scoring pace playing with Toews and KaneOn his birthday Tuesday, Viktor Stalberg remained in a generous mood. Though the sentiment revolved, at least temporarily, more around padding his credit card bill than the score sheet.
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.
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...
Craig Anderson certainly improved upon last week's Third Star ranking.
This week, the Ottawa Senators goaltender was named the NHL's First Star after winning three games - including one by shutout over the league-leading New York Rangers.
Anderson has posted an 8-0-1 mark in his last nine games.
Chicago Blackhawks forward Viktor Stalberg was named the NHL's Second...
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Viktor Stalberg - If the NHL is going to name him a star of the week, far be it from me to disagree. Five goals, seven points in four games. That'll do quite nicely. I'll have more on him in a post coming later today.
Andrew Shaw - The fans have a new folk hero, and he has been dubbed "Chicken Hawk" by us at Second City Hockey. Three more goals for...
When the dust settled on Sunday night, the talk of the United Center was (once again) Blackhawks rookie Andrew Shaw. Whether it was Jonathan Toews acknowledging his popularity with the fans or San Jose coach Todd McLellan admitting that Shaw … Continue reading →
We got into something of a philosophical discussion here on TMR after the Red Wings’ slightly sloppy 3-2 overtime win over Chicago on Saturday afternoon, to the tune of, “Is it about the journey or the destination?”
As the Wings are in the middle of a stretch in which they’re playing every other day for a full month (from December 30th to January 25th, a span of 27 days...
When Jonathan Toews and Patrick Kane get behind the defense, good things are usually going to happen for the Chicago Blackhawks. On Sunday night against the San Jose Sharks, Toews found a lane to feed Kane for a one-timer … but an old friend was there to deny him.
Antti Niemi, who won a Stanley Cup with the Blackhawks in 2010, made that 'save of the season' candidate...
from Jeff Miller of the Ducks Blog, “When you’re out West, you don’t get the love you do when you’re out East,” the Ducks coach said Tuesday. “There’s no way that (Jonas) Hiller shouldn’t have been one of the three stars of the week.”
Ah, yes, the East Coast bias.
When the NHL named its three stars Monday, the Ducks’ goalie was not mentioned. Instead, Ottawa...
Ottawa Senators goalie Craig Anderson, Chicago Blackhawks left winger Viktor Stalberg, and Pittsburgh Penguins center Evgeni Malkin have been named the NHL's 'Three Stars' for the week ending January 15.
Todd Bertuzzi scored his second goal Saturday at 4:21 in overtime, lifting the Detroit Red Wings to a 3-2 win over the Chicago Blackhawks. Detroit has won 14 straight at home to match a franchise record set in 1965. Chicago's Jonathan Toews forced overtime with 51.7 seconds left in the third period, picking up his 23rd goal of the season.