Chicago remains on the search for its first win of the ‘21-22 season. The Blackhawks wrap up their season-opening road trip against the Pittsburgh Penguins on Saturday night, still searching for their first win of the season.
Hello Chicago Blackhawks fans, and welcome to another Blackhawks Banter preview post! My colleagues Greg Boysen, Brooke LoFurno, Shaun Filippelli, and myself (Gail Kauchak) get together every week for our Blackhawks Banter show, where we talk all things Blackhawks.
Pat Foley has been the voice of the Blackhawks for decades, but he announced he’ll be stepping down once this season is over. Throughout the season a variety of people will be stepping into the booth to fill Foley’s shoes.
A late Blackhawks flurry forced overtime but it wasn’t enough to pick up the win. The Chicago Blackhawks are still searching for their first win of the season after losing 4-3 to the New Jersey Devils on Friday night.
The American Hockey League (AHL) is dropping the puck on their 2021-22 season Friday night. Gone are the shortened schedules and taxi squads, as the league will play a full schedule with normal road trips and fans in the building.
The Blackhawks are in desperate need of a rebound performance. In need of a substantial rebound performance, the Chicago Blackhawks head east for a weekend back-to-back, starting with Friday’s game against the New Jersey Devils.
Coming into this season, hopes are high for the Chicago Blackhawks. The defense improved on paper. The team got bigger. Goaltending should be better. The albatross that was the Seabrook contract fell from the collective neck of the team.
The Chicago Blackhawks did not play the best first game of the regular season in NHL history, in fact, it is probably on the same level as last year’s 5-1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning on night one of the season.
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Here are some things to hold guide you through the last few hours before the start of the season. Look ... there are still plenty of question marks related to the 2021-22 version of the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Chicago Blackhawks have a game to play! The Blackhawks open their season on Wednesday night against the Colorado Avalanche, but before that matchup let’s highlight the newcomers on the roster and what fans should expect from them.
There were rumors that Dylan Strome is available via a trade out of Chicago this week. Those rumors got a lot louder on Wednesday when it was revealed the forward was being made a healthy scratch ahead of the Blackhawks game against the Colorado Avalanche.
The Chicago Blackhawks are actively pursuing a Dylan Strome trade per multiple reports. Strome, 24, was acquired from the Coyotes back in 2018. He had a promising first season in Chicago with 51 points in 58 games but his production has tapered down.
To end this past season, Patrick Kane did let the Chicago Blackhawks know he’d been playing through a nagging injury that had been bothering him prior to the Blackhawks’ play-in appearance against the Edmonton Oilers in the bubble.