CHICAGO (AP) Blackhawks forwards Kris Versteeg and Joakim Nordstrom were active for Game 3 of the Western Conference finals, replacing Antoine Vermette and Teuvo Teravainen in a bit of surprise.
Chicago is coming off a triple-overtime victory at Anaheim on Tuesday night, and the insertion of Versteeg and Nordstrom puts two fresh players in the lineup. But Vermette is a strong performer...
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The Blackhawks currently find themselves in a familiar position heading into a second round series against the Wild, but something just doesn’t feel right about this year’s team in comparison to the ones in recent seasons.
By their standards, they’ve struggled on both ends of the ice all year, and they’ve lost their ability to control games with offensive dominance like they...
During Sunday night’s Canadian broadcast of the Blackhawks-Jets game, Rogers’ Hometown Hockey series featured a great story about Kris Versteeg helping a family through a hard time. Take a look.
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Kris Vertseeg was caught in the mouth and he wasn’t too happy about it. After spitting out his tooth, he called the officials over and showed them his now missing tooth.
Hockey, ladies and gentlemen!
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While most NHL fans were watching the All-Star Game the Chicago Blackhawks made a pretty important announcement about one of their players.
Kris Versteeg has also been placed on the long-term injured reserve.
— ESPN Chicago (@ESPNChiHawks) January 25, 2015
Kris Versteeg On LTIR
The Blackhawks announced that winger Kris Versteeg has been placed on LTIR due to the broken hand...
On Sunday afternoon, the Blackhawks announce that they have placed forward Kris Versteeg on long-term injured reserve. By definition, this means Versteeg cannot play for at least 24 calendar days and 10 regular season games (retroactive in this case to Jan. … Continue reading →
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With the NHL All-Star break quickly approaching, the Chicago Blackhawks will have some tough decisions to make sooner than expected. The Blackhawks clicked offensively in their latest 4-1 rout of the Minnesota Wild. As lethal as the offense looked, they will be getting better pretty soon with the return of Kris Versteeg quickly approaching. Despite the fact that the return of Versteeg...
Heading into the 2014-2015 season, many Chicago Blackhawks’ fans were criticizing Kris Versteeg and his play at the end of last year. The Blackhawks re-acquired Versteeg from the Florida Panthers in November of 2013, creating much excitement around Chicago hockey due to the role that Versteeg played in the Chicago Blackhawks’ 2010 Stanley Cup win. The then 23 year old contributed...
Chicago Blackhawks Left Winger Kris Versteeg has looked extremely good during training camp and his first preseason game against the Oilers where he tallied a goal and an assist. While playing with speed, intensity, focus and motivation, he’s looked fresh and ready to get back to finding his game.
Versteeg suffered a knee injury in March 2013 and then had surgery. He never quite...
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Once again, Kris Versteeg finds himself the discussion of trade possibilities for the Blackhawks, in order to relieve cap space. At 2.2 million, it won’t clear enough space for Chicago to be under the cap. However, fans may be willing to let him go after a poor showing in the 2014 playoffs. He scored only three points in the 15 games he played, and ended up having box seats for...