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Gut Check Time

Gut Check Time

As the Blackhawks prepare for Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals tomorrow night at the United Center, the biggest talk regarding the series thus far has been the Hawks’ inability to get their lines constant. In Game 3 following a Triple-OT winner less than 48 prior, the Coach Quenneville decided to scratch Teuvo Terravainen and Antoine Vermette in place […]

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Big Problem!

Big Problem!

Starting off this series the Chicago Blackhawks looked as though they were the better team on paper, and for the most part they have the star power on all lines for that be true, unfortunately the Anaheim Ducks are the much bigger, more physical team, and on Sunday afternoon they showed it. The Ducks on the ice from the eye […]

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Western Conference Finals

Western Conference Finals

Sometime in the coming days the Blackhawks will head west to open their series against the Anaheim Ducks at the Honda Center where they won both games this season by identical 4-1 scores. The Ducks finished with more points than the Blackhawks and tied with the St. Louis Blues for the best record in the Western Conference at 51-24-7 (109pts). […]

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Wicked Weekend For Hawks!

Wicked Weekend For Hawks!

Tonight starts a vicious two-game weekend series as the Hawks host the best team in hockey followed by a rematch of the Stanley Cup Finals when Boston comes to town on Championship Sunday. The game was originally scheduled for 2PM, but because the Patriots are playing on Sunday NBC doesn’t want the NHL to compete with the NFL so they […]

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Red Wings fans will be going nuts on Sunday for the BlackHawks first visit to the Joe this year.

Hawks’ Streak Alive at 20 Games – Columbus Tonight Then…(gulp)…RED WINGS!

Last night’s win over the St. Louis Blues was as solid a game as the Hawks could’ve hoped for on the road.  It was slightly marred by a first-period injury to Cory Crawford that forced him to an early exit.  Just a minor speed bump in the scheme of things.  Toews scored on the opening rush of the game and the team then […]

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