Category: Blackhawks

We Meet Again!

We Meet Again!

For the third straight year the Chicago Blackhawks and the Minnesota Wild will face off in a best of seven series. Last year it was the Blackhawks in six and the year before that it was a quick dismissal in five. This year the Wild defeated the heavily favored St. Louis Blues to advance past the first round and the […]

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Hawks Take Control

Hawks Take Control

In Game 1 the Blackhawks wrestled home-ice advantage away from the Predators in a doubler-OT thriller, yesterday they held serve behind another solid performance from their backup goaltender Scott Darling in replace of Corey Crawford. In Game 2 on Friday the Blackhawks may have witnessed the end of Corey Crawford’s 2015 Stanley Cup campaign as he let in six goals […]

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We’ve Only Just Begun

We’ve Only Just Begun

If you didn’t already know, then you must certainly be aware by now that the Stanley Cup Playoffs is as grueling on the spectators as it is on the players. Last night’s 2OT thriller won by Duncan Keith was the first game of the series, and it took nearly four hours to complete while keeping most midwesterners up way past […]

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Hawks Clinch Berth

Hawks Clinch Berth

For the seventh consecutive year the Blackhawks will be headed to the Stanley Cup Playoffs where they’ve hoisted the trophy twice over their heads since 2010. Last night the Blackhawks defeated the Canucks 3-1 at the United Center behind 35 saves from Corey Crawford. The Hawks got two third-period goals from Jonathan Toews and Marcus Kruger to get them to […]

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Noteworthy Test

Noteworthy Test

Tonight’s showcase matchup in the NHL is a fabulous tilt between the New York Rangers and the Chicago Blackhawks in mid-town Manhattan. The Rangers have been one of the best teams in the Eastern Conference this year while also being the Stanley Cup runners up of a year ago. The Blackhawks have been playing much better as of late and […]

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Blackhawks at the Deadline

Blackhawks at the Deadline

The Blackhawks have been given divine intervention via the Patrick Kane injury with the freeing up of $10.5 million against the cap. The cap strapped Blackhawks by placing Kane of long term injured reserve will be allowed to use his money to add pieces, pieces which they deem to help them in their attempt to find their offensive groove. Upon […]

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Rough Ride

Rough Ride

On the same night the two biggest sports figures in Chicago found themselves down and out for the foreseeable future. Derrick Rose suffered a meniscus rupture and will be out for the rest of the regular season and the entirety of the playoffs. Rose is expected to undergo yet another surgery in the coming weeks and it’s getting to the […]

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Offensively Challenged

Offensively Challenged

In light of Wednesday’s 3-2 shootout loss to the Red Wings at the United Center the Blackhawks are starting to show signs of a team that may not be able to win like they have in season’s past. The offense isn’t producing despite Patrick Kane being one of the top scorers in the league, and the Blackhawks are showing more […]

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Hawks Hold Steady

Hawks Hold Steady

After starting out this latest road trip up and down, the Hawks rebounded to end their time away from the UC with a winning record. The Blues had a six point advantage before yesterday’s matinee in the Gateway City but Chicago got two goals from “Hoss” to win 4-2 pulling closer to home-ice advantage in the first round. Chicago really […]

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Hawks Break With A Win

Hawks Break With A Win

Last night NBC and the NHL rolled out a marquee contest to end the first half of the 2014/2015 season for their Wednesday Night Rivalry. This game comes on the heels of the All-Star Game in Columbus this weekend where Blackhawks Captain Jonathan Toews will man a team to take on BlueJackets Captain Nick Foligno. The Blackhawks traveled to Pittsburgh to […]

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