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Hawks Keep Rolling

Hawks Keep Rolling

Rivalry Night was on the docket this evening with the Blackhawks seeking their 40th win on the year which would place them alone atop of the Western  Conference joining only the Capitals who have 47. The Blackhawks got on the board first with a Brent Seabrook blast from the blue line that beat Red Wings Goalie Petr Mrazek. The next […]

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Tougher Task Looms
Hawks & Wings Take Flight Tonight

Hawks & Wings Take Flight Tonight

The United Center will be going absolutely crazy tonight.  The warm summer weather that has finally arrived in the “Windy City” will futher inflame the crowd’s passions for this matchup. The Detroit Red Wings’ resurgent offense enters the UC having upset the Pacific Division Champion Ducks in seven.   The Wings have set themselves up for one of the most heated and highly anticipated series in recent […]

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Has had a tremendous season thus far (9-0-3, !.46, .943)

BlackHawks Roll On, Leaving Detroit’s Wheels Spinning

With Sunday afternoon’s close shave that took over two hours in Detroit, the Chicago BlackHawks have practically assured themselves of the best record in hockey for this shortened season. With 2:02 remaining in regulation, Patrick Kane scored on a powerplay by roofing a shot past Jimmy Howard to force the game into OT where Kaner’d eventually end it with a clever shootout goal.  Corey Crawford […]

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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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NHL Cancels Winter Classic Because Nothing Else to Talk About

NHL Cancels Winter Classic Because Nothing Else to Talk About

The NHL’s Winter Classic was canceled last week. (Insert feigned sense of shock.) While this might seem a little late to report, it is important to observe that the cancellation did nothing to spur sides back to the negotiating table. NHL Owners proposed a 50-50 revenue split to the Players Union who, behind Donald Fehr, said no dice and haven’t […]

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Blackhawks Get Three Points In Two Games

Blackhawks Get Three Points In Two Games

The Blackhawks have taken their last two games into overtime. They lost the first but won the second, giving them three points for their extended play. Chicago has two games left, both against their much hated rivals the Detroit Red Wings. Friday’s game being played in Motown and Sunday’s game being played at the Madhouse on Madison. Patrick Sharp graced the United Center with his presence coming back from an injury. Chicago has been waiting in anticipation for Sharp one of their leading scorers to get back on the ice.

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Blackhawks One Point Away From Postseason

Blackhawks One Point Away From Postseason

Blackhawks inch a little bit closer to the postseason winning in Detroit against rival Red Wings. Chicago has one last game on Sunday to determine if they will attempt to make another run for the cup this year once again going against Detroit. “It was an important game and you could sense it was a different type of approach going into the game,” Hawks coach Joel Quenneville said. “It just seems like the urgency was in the guys’ faces and the first shift exemplified that.”

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Blackhawks Are In

Blackhawks Are In

“We knew going into this one it could be one of the toughest games of the year, and we had one of our worst performances” Chicago’s Captain Jonathan Toews said after the loss to Detroit on Sunday. What should the Blackhawks get Minnesota in return for the gift they gave Chicago Sunday? The Blackhawks ended up loosing their chance of making it in on their own to rival Detroit Red Wings. Only to have Minnesota defeating the Dallas Stars to lock Chicago into the eighth and final seed for the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs for the third straight year.

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Hossa Kills Overtime 3-2

Hossa Kills Overtime 3-2

Marian Hossa scores his first goal as a Hawk against his former Red Wings team. It could be one of his biggest goals this year, Chicago was sitting in the final spot for the playoffs until the Hawks beat the Wings in Detroit Monday night. With the Chicago Victory in overtime the Hawks now have 90 points. “We had to find away to win the 2 points counts.”

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