Michal Handzus is finally back in the lineup for the Chicago Blackhawks.
Returning from the Injured Reserved list and playing in his first game since suffering a hand injury against the Tampa Bay Lightning on October 24th, the 36 year old center logged nearly thirteen minutes of ice time paired on the Hawks’ second line as a left winger teamed with Brandon Pirri and Patrick Kane...
The Blackhawks will continue their seven-game trip without Bryan Bickell around as the winger will be sidelined for at least two weeks with what a source said was a left knee injury.
Bickell was injured against the Avalanche in Denver on Tuesday night when his leg buckled after he slid into the post. He returned to Chicago on Wednesday to be evaluated while his teammates headed...
The Chicago Tribune’s Chris Kuc tweeted Thursday morning that Blackhawks forward Bryan Bickell has suffered a “significant” left knee injury, and is expected to be out for “weeks.” Bickell is reportedly in Chicago.The post Report: Bryan Bickell Knee Injury “Significant” appeared first on Committed Indians.
Chicago Blackhawks Bryan Bickell left the game in the middle of the opening period on Tuesday against the Colorado Avalanche with a lower body injury. The injury occurred when Bickell crashed into the Avalanches’ net hitting his foot on the side of the post as he slid in.
Bickell was evaluated earlier today, but there has yet to be an announcement made on his injury status but...
from Tim Sassone of the Chicago Daily-Herald,
The Hawks lost winger Bryan Bickell in the first period with what appeared to be a left-leg injury, the result of him crashing into the Avs' net. "We'll see more (Wednesday). It might be more than day to day, but I'm not sure yet," Quenneville said.
more on the loss to Colorado...
Bryan Bickell waited patiently as he skated in front of the net, and then slammed it home when he saw a small opening.
And just like that, the drought was over.
Bickell sparked Chicago's big second period with his first goal of the season, helping the Blackhawks beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 3-1 on Saturday night.
''That one was a nice one,'' said Bickell, who...
Via AP on Fox
October 19, 2013
The Chicago Blackhawks signed Bryan Bickell to a four-year deal reportedly worth $16 million.That's a handsome raise for a guy with just 90 points in 220 regular season games. Apparently Chicago's focused on the nine goals and 17 points he collected in 23 postseason contests. That 18.4 shooting percentage isn't likely to stick around, but he could still be fantasy-relevant...
Bryan Bickell is looking forward to Friday's parade and rally for the Chicago Blackhawks' second Stanley Cup title in four seasons.
The big forward also hopes to be a part of more celebrations in the city in the coming years.
Bickell is eligible for unrestricted free agency and could cash in after coming up with a big postseason despite playing the last series against Boston...
Via AP on Fox
June 27, 2013
Will Bickell be the best player available?
Bryan Bickell will surely be a man in demand this summer, assuming he doesn’t get an offer from the Blackhawks to remain in Chicago. The danger for any team pursuing the big hawk is that he’ll be coming off an impressive playoff performance individually, and his production –throughout his career– isn’t overly significant (albeit...
The Blackhawks might sit near the top of the NHL still, but their two ugly losses on Friday and Saturday nights had the appearance of the team taking a step backwards. When the season began, one young player the organization … Continue reading →