Game Seven. Two words that Chicago Blackhawks fans have wanted to hear for nearly a week and now it’s a reality.
The Hawks played their last two games like they truly were their last. The Hawks’ hard work has paid off because now there will be a Game 7 winner take all in Chicago to advance to the Stanley Cup Final for a meeting with the New York Rangers.
Coach Joel Quenneville...
Posted to Gorilla Salad's Play LandThe Blackhawks were made available to media via an airplane hanger today before heading off to LA LA land for their game 6 showdown.
The #Blackhawks are holding media availability in an airport hangar garage. #thatisall pic.twitter.com/TPwuip9MXN
— Chris Kuc (@ChrisKuc) May 29, 2014
Mainly everything said was the usual “We didn’t want...
Andrew Shaw ON the trip. Expected to PLAY, says Coach Q. — Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) May 22, 2014The post Andrew Shaw Update appeared first on Committed Indians.
Andrew Shaw -- and his shinpads -- are closer to a return to the Chicago Blackhawks' lineup.
The forward practiced Tuesday at the United Center, marking the first time Shaw skated with teammates since suffering an apparent right leg injury in Game 1 of the second round against the Minnesota Wild on May 2.
"I feel great -- it's good to be back," Shaw said. "...
On Thursday, coach Joel Quenneville told the media that Andrew Shaw will not travel to Minnesota and will not be active for Game Four on Friday night. Quenneville did indicate that defenseman Nick Leddy will return to the lineup after … Continue reading →The post Andrew Shaw Out For Game 4 appeared first on Committed Indians.
ONE OF A KIND
Andrew Shaw needed stitches when he took a puck to the face in game six of the Stanley Cup finals and now you can bid on them with the proceeds going towards The V Foundation.
The Beliebers are not going to be happy to hear about this. A group of Chicago Blackhawks fans have taken it upon themselves to exact revenge on pop star Justin Bieber. The Biebs committed a major faux pas earlier this month when he stepped on the Blackhawks logo in the middle of the team locker room while trying to take a picture of the Stanley Cup. The Blackhawks themselves were...
HE SOUNDS HAPPY
Game 1 of the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals was one of the most exciting games of the entire playoffs, and NBC got lucky when they chose to mic up Chicago Blackhawks forward Andrew Shaw. Shaw ended up scoring the game-winning goal in the third overtime against the Boston Bruins and hearing his reaction is absolutely priceless. [NHL.com]
Can you blame a guy who just played a three overtime game and was credited with a game winner if he slips up a bit during his postgame interview? I certainly will not. Not sure what the young man said, but whatever you decide it is that he said, he deserved it. [@CJZero] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports