It took 101 minutes of hockey, and didn’t end until Brent Seabrook’s third career overtime game-winning goal 60 seconds into the third overtime, but the Blackhawks successfully took care of business once again at the United Center. Chicago will head … Continue reading → The post Scott Darling, Blackhawks Survive 3OT Thriller appeared first on Committed Indians.
The Chicago Blackhawks lead their first-round series 2 – 1, thanks largely to rookie goaltender Scott Darling. Darling had his first start on Sunday afternoon and did not disappoint, leading Chicago to a 4–2 win over Nashville Predators at the United Center. The 6-foot-6-inch netminder had previously stolen the first game of the series with […] The post Unlikely heroes emerging...
Through the first three games of the postseason, the Chicago Blackhawks’ performance has been fairly inconsistent. However, the tides started to turn in Game 3 with the Blackhawks looking very dominant in their 4-2 win over the Nashville Predators. Game 3 was the first professional playoff start by goaltender Scott Darling who looked very good, only allowing 2 goals on 37 shots...
The Chicago Blackhawks came from behind to win Game 1 of their playoff series against the Nashville Predators on Wednesday night, thanks in large part to some stellar goalkeeping from Scott Darling. Darling entered the game to start the second period after Corey Crawford played horribly in the first and dug the Blackhawks into a...Read More
A goalie’s mask is always a solid piece of art that represents what that particular goalie is all about. Blackhawks goalie, Scott Darling, is no different with his brand new “all-Chicago” mask. As most Blackhawks know Darling is from Lemont, Illinois. Scott Darling’s New Mask Thanks to InGoal Magazine we can take a look at Darling’s new lid from all angles. On this side...
After stunning the Jets in Winnipeg with two third period goals, the Blackhawks stormed past the Kings at the United Center on Monday night. The first period ended with the Hawks and Kings tied at one, but there was some … Continue reading → The post Scott Darling, Blackhawks Dominate Kings appeared first on Committed Indians.
Against the top team in the league at Madison Square Garden, Scott Darling collected his first career shut out in spectacular fashion as Brad Richards scored the game’s only goal. Richards patiently waited with the puck and beat Cam Talbot … Continue reading → The post Scott Darling, Blackhawks Blank Blue Shirts appeared first on Committed Indians.
Late Sunday night, the Blackhawks announced that they have agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension with goaltender Scott Darling, running through the 2016-17 season. You can start the running clock on Antti Raanta’s days as a member of the organization… … Continue reading → The post Blackhawks Sign Scott Darling To 2-Year Extension appeared first on Committed Indians.
With Corey Crawford being out for a couple of weeks Scott Darling once again gets a shot to show the Blackhawks that he has what it takes to get the job done at the NHL level. Thrown In The Deep End What better way to see if the goalie you just called up has the chops to make than throwing him in between the pipes vs. the first place team in your division. That is exactly what...
The Chicago Blackhawks got off to one of the hottest starts of all of the NHL teams this season. They were one of the two teams that remained without a loss in regulation, until a 3-2 loss on the road to the Nashville Predators. Their run took a complete turn recently, with the Blackhawks going 2-5 in their last 7 games and with one of those wins in a shootout over the Ottawa Senators...
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