On Saturday, the Blackhawks sent forward Peter Regin back to Rockford, signaling the return of Daniel Carcillo for Sunday’s tilt against Dallas. Regin had one assist in four games with the Blackhawks since being recalled.
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With Patrick Sharp expected to miss around a month, the Blackhawks have recalled forward Peter Regin to fill the available roster spot. The #Blackhawks have recalled Peter Regin from the @goicehogs. http://t.co/yRxOrHWGCJ — Chicago Blackhawks (@NHLBlackhawks) November 6, 2014 Regin, … Continue reading →
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On Saturday morning the Hawks placed forward Peter Regin and net minder Michael Leighton on waivers.
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The Chicago Blackhawks may have a second-line center. The NHL’s first day of free agency included Chicago’s addition of center Brad Ricahrds, who was bought outby the New York Rangers. His one-year, $2-million deal is exactly what Chicago needed to address a glaring need while keeping their salary cap total close to the $69-million limit.
Richards may not have been the best option...
Here’s something you don’t see everyday. Watch as Drew Doughty’s stick gets caught in Peter Regin’s helmet. Doughty’s confusion is almost palpable.
Here’s a look at the video which shows a bit more of Regin:
The most fascinating goal of Wednesday night’s Chicago Blackhawks-Los Angeles Kings Western Conference final matchup was actually not even a goal.
During the first period of Game 2, the Blackhawks were denied more so by physics than Jonathan Quick. Peter Regin was primed to give Chicago a 1-0 lead when he was looking at an open net following a scramble near the crease. As Patrick...
It was very close, but close doesn't count on the score board. Blackhawks forward Peter Regin is cross-checked into the goal by L.A. Kings defenseman Willie Mitchel. As the puck is headed towards the goal line the puck is batted out of the net by L.A. Kings forward Tyler Toffoli. Peter Regin goes into the net but the puck stays out. #blackhawks #lakings pic.twitter.com/ndffkwDJwf—...
The Chicago blackhawks have acquired forwards Peter Regin and Pierre-Marc Bouchard from the New York Islanders for a fourth-round pick in this June's NHL draft.
The Islanders made the deal Thursday night after losing for the sixth time in seven games.
The 29-year-old Bouchard was a disappointment with four goals and five assists in 28 games for the Islanders. On Dec. 10, he was...
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February 07, 2014