Malcolm Subban will be in net for the Blackhawks, who are in desperate need of two points on Saturday. As a playoff odds to continue to dwindle for the Blackhawks, they enter the tail-end of a two-game set in Detroit on Saturday night with a win essentially required if Stanley Cup Playoff aspirations are going to remain a reality at 1901 W.
The Blackhawks were unable to continue their winning streak, losing 4-1 in Detroit. The Blackhawks opened game one of a two game series with a 4-1 loss at the hands of the Red Wings on Thursday night at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.
With the NHL trade deadline now fully in the rearview mirror, the Blackhawks needed to settle in for an important stretch of games. Two games in Detroit followed by three games against Nashville represent the (relatively) easiest series of games left on the schedule for the Blackhawks.
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The Blackhawks start a two-game series in Detroit on Thursday evening. The Blackhawks start wrapping up their season series against the Red Wings on Thursday night, with the first of two games at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit.
It makes sense that Stan Bowman and his Chicago Blackhawks didn’t get much of the media spotlight at the 2021 NHL Trade Deadline. Being that the headlines are often reserved for the moves made by contenders and the Blackhawks are not one of them.
The Vancouver Canucks have traded forward Adam Gaudette to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for forward Matthew Highmore. Gaudette, who came out of COVID-19 protocol Sunday, scored 52 points (21 goals, 31 assists) in 153 games for the Canucks and was set to become a restricted free agent at the end of the season.
It’s official; the NHL trade deadline is behind us, and we can now focus on the remainder of the season. While the Chicago Blackhawks look a little different than they did a full days ago, they’re still in a decent position to make the playoffs.
The young netminder returned to form after a slump during the month of March. Despite still fighting for a position in the playoffs, it was good to see nothing crazy was done during the NHL trade deadline to derail The Plan™ for this season: commitment to developing young players and rebuilding the roster.
Stan Bowman and the Chicago Blackhawks might have just had their best trade deadline since Bowman joined the team. While there have been good moves in the past to help push teams over the top to win a Stanley Cup, this deadline did not feature a bad trade.
Chicago came from behind twice to beat Columbus a sixth time After taking five of seven from the Blue Jackets already this season, the Blackhawks were looking to add a sixth win against against Columbus on Monday night.
The Chicago Blackhawks have already been active ahead of Monday’s NHL Trade Deadline and they could have another move coming. On Saturday it was learned that team would be making Mattias Janmark a healthy scratch and sitting him out of the lineup for precautionary reasons.