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The Chicago Blackhawks have raised their 2013 Stanley Cup Championship banner and it is now time for the Stanley Cup to return to the Hockey Hall of Fame; and you can tag along.
The Hockey Hall of Fame Class of 2013 Induction Weekend is about a month away so now is the time to plan if you want to take part in any of the festivities as hockey Legends Chris Chelios, Geraldine Heaney, Scott Niedermayer, Brendan Sanahan, and Fred Shero are inducted into the HHOF. Continue reading "Travel With Stanley On His Way To HHOF Induction Weekend"
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Ben Smith will reportedly make his NHL debut on Saturday night when the Blackhawks host the Tampa Bay Lightning. Smith has spent much of the last few practice days on the third line, indicating that Jimmy Hayes is likely either … Continue reading →The post Ben Smith In Against Bolts appeared first on Committed Indians.
He has played on a line with two future Hall of Famers. He has played on a checking unit against some of the best lines in the world. He has played in the glaring spotlight of the Stanley Cup Final. He has played on the power play and he has played on the penalty kill. He has handled a prolonged scoring slump and he has ridden a monthlong hot streak. And through one game this season...
The Capitals and Blackhawks kicked off the 2013-2014 season with an exciting 6-4 tilt in favor of Chicago last night, but it appears that not everybody enjoyed the riveting action. A fan snapped this picture of NHL commish Gary Bettman appearing to take a quick power nap during the season opener. There’s always the chance that this is just a non-flattering shot of Bettman mid-blink...
On Tuesday night, the Blackhawks raised their fifth championship banner into the United Center rafters. After a stunning pregame ceremony, the 2013-14 team hit the ice against a very good Washington Capitals team. As they last season, the new edition … Continue reading →The post Blackhawks Raise Another Banner, Win Opener 6-4 appeared first on Committed Indians.
Damn, it feels good for this season to kick off. The Blackhawks start out their title defense against a pesky Capitals squad with a victory and two points in the standings. Absolutely exhilarating game after a beautiful banner ceremony. But last year was last year and it’s on to new business. The target is going to be on their backs all season long. They are going to get everyone’s...
CHICAGO — The Chicago Blackhawks raised their championship banner into the rafters of the United Center last night. They took one last look at the cup and took in the emotional homecoming from the crowd that they deserved. After that they went out and showed the fans and the rest of us why they the […]
For some 40 minutes the Blackhawks and their delirious fans basked in the literal glow of their most recent Stanley Cup championship — rink-size images of memorable moments engulfing the ring and 21158 flickering wristbands lighting up the United Center as a montage of highlights and soundbites played on the big screen.
And as the fifth championship banner rose to the rafters...
This week's featured National Hockey League game of the week is a battle of two playoff teams from last year, the New York Islanders, and the defending Stanley Cup Champion Chicago Blackhawks. The Blackhawks have to be considered a playoff favorite once again with the bulk of their championship team returning, and their goalie, Corey Crawford, signed to a new six-year extension...
By Nick Tranfaglia of TiqIQ,
Is a cup hangover in store for the Chicago Blackhawks, or will there be a two-peat in the Windy City?
Things got off to a promising start Tuesday night for the Hawks as they bested the Washington Capitals by two goals. In that game, they displayed the same offensive firepower with which they overcame the Boston Bruins during last year's Stanley...
After a season where everything that could go right, went right, the Chicago Blackhawks won their banner raising game at United Center last night with a 3rd period comeback topped off by a very fluky game winner by defenceman Johnny…Read more →The post Unstoppable Blackhawks Continue Finding Ways To Win appeared first on The Hockey Daily.
The federal government may be in shutdown mode, but the City of Boston is still up and running, and that means it’s time to fulfill a certain Stanley Cup wager. Boston mayor Tom Menino and Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel agreed to a bet with each other when their teams made it to the Stanley Cup Final last spring. Alas, Chicago pushed through for the win in six games — meaning Boston...
Duncan Keith of the Chicago Blackhawks is the #10 defense points-only hockey pool pick. He is a Canadian born player who is 30 years old. He is the number one defenseman on a dominant regular season and playoff team. With a strong supporting cast of players, he is going to score many assists. A downside to drafting is he declined from his Norris winning form a few seasons ago.
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As with most, if not all, AHL teams this year the Rockford ice Hogs will combine veteran journeymen with would-be stars. The roster is as follows:
11 Brad Winchester LW
14 Drew LeBlanc RW
15 Wade Brookbank LW
16 Brad Mills C
18 Phillip Danault C
19 Jeremy Morin LW
20 Pat Mullane...
Tonight was opening night of the 2013-2014 season. The Chicago Blackhawks had a very impressive Cup ceremony which included saluting the players, coaches, staff, front office and even….Commissioner Gary Bettman. Now let me set the scene for you! As Eddie Olczyk was announcing the front office personnel the fans were giving them all cheers, as soon as he said “NHL Commissioner...
After needing to rally to win their opener, the Chicago Blackhawks return to the ice looking to improve in some key areas.
The Blackhawks want better results from their special teams Saturday night against the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning, who struggled on the power play in their first game.
Despite falling behind by a goal early in the third period Tuesday against Washington,...