Patrick Sharp and Michael Frolik had two goals apiece, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the Minnesota Wild 5-2 on Friday night in Game 2 of their first-round playoff series.
Patrick Kane added two assists as Chicago put together a strong start and impressive finish to open a 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. Bryan Bickell added an empty-net score to his winning goal in the Blackhawks...
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Michael Frolik got a chance to perform with the Hawks’ top line on Monday night, and he took advantage. Unfortunately, the Blackhawks weren’t as fortunate. Frolik scored his second goal of the season during his second shift of the game, … Continue reading →The post Kings Edge Hawks, Break Scoring Drought appeared first on Committed Indians.
The final score means something in the standings – and the history books – but the Blackhawks more pressing concerns were with players that had to leave the game. Marian Hossa was a late scratch, Michael Frolik was still sick and … Continue reading →The post Costly Blackhawks Victory Keeps Streak Alive appeared first on Committed Indians.
from Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review,
Those words, offered calmly by Brendan Shanahan at 8:46 p.m. Wednesday inside the NHL's Player Safety Video Room, signified a play that unfolded about 1,200 miles away required a closer look.
Chicago right winger Michael Frolik was penalized for boarding Minnesota center Mikael Granlund at 16:08 of the opening...
Here is where current Chicago Blackhawks are reportedly playing during the lockout: Michael Frolik – Pirati Chomutov (Czech Extraliga) Michal Roszival – HC Plzen (Czech Extraliga) Bryan Bickell – HC Znojmo (Austria) Viktor Stalberg is also overseas, practicing with Frolunda HC (Swedish … Continue reading →
Once Ton and I started getting to the lower paying players on the team, the articles seem to get a tad more difficult to write. Why? Well anybody who has watched Chicago hockey the last 3 years could write a somewhat substantial article on Kane and Toews. But, it’s the lesser “quality” guys who obviously don’t get as much attention that forces you to have to figure out what...
Six members of the Chicago Blackhawks will represent three different countries in the IIHF World Championships. The tournament officially begins on May 4. Marcus Kruger and Viktor Stalberg will join Niklas Hjalmarsson for Sweden. Michael Frolik will represent the Czech Republic. … Continue reading →
It was another fantastic game between San Jose and the Blackhawks. There were momentum changes, plenty of scoring, powerplays, and a couple of good fights for a full nights entertainment.
It didnât take long for the excitement to start in the game tonight. Less than a minute in Michael Frolik took a double minor for high sticking Joe Pavelski. The Sharks Justin Braun scored...
With so many injuries, winger moving into unfamiliar roleWhen the dust settled on the Blackhawks' most recent roster shuffle necessitated by myriad injuries, Michael Frolik found himself playing some center.
Hawks sticking with winger as he tries to get on track offensivelyMichael Frolik's long shot at an empty net slid slowly through the corner of the crease and past the post without doing any damage.