Last year’s Conny Smythe recipient is headed towards a hefty suspension just before the playoffs because of last night’s incident with Minnesota’s Charlie Coyle. Duncan Keith didn’t appreciate being taken down by the Wild winger and showed his displeasure in the dumbest way possible. After being taken down by what Keith deemed a slew foot in his own mind from […]Read more ›
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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 […]Read more ›
On the 113th day the NHLPA delivered unto us a season, and just in time too. The NHL season was supposed to be finished with no if and’s or buts about it, but despite my natural tendency to loathe anyone associated with this debacle and affront to my sports passions, I’m just saying, “Thanks, Donnie.” The Fehr Bear finally assented to giving Gary Bettman what he has […]Read more ›
Blackhawks loose a heartbreaking game Tuesday 2-1 in overtime to the No.1 Vancouver Canucks. It was a tough fight for Chicago getting the ending they were not hoping for. “It’s tough to lose that one, we had a lot of momentum going into OT,” Crawford said. “I don’t think anyone would have believed we’d climb back into a Game 7 — and it could have just as easily gone our way. It was a great battle by our team, other than that, I don’t know what to say.”Read more ›
Before Thursday and Tuesday it did not look so good for the Blackhawks who were trailing the Canucks 3-0 in the first round playoff match up. Chicago was on their last leg but there is a whole new view on this series now at 3-2 and going back to Vancouver to play the sixth game on Sunday night. “After three games, you would have thought that we were in their heads,”Canuck’s Roberto Luongo said. “Now all of a sudden it’s 3-2 and people suggest the opposite.”Read more ›
Chicago had a bad second period which added some extra stress to the third but with Stalberg making the only goal in the shoot out that added an extra point to the win for Chicago Friday night. “So far, so good, I guess,” he said with a laugh. “We do it a lot in practice. I try to score as much as I can there. (Quenneville) asked me a couple of weeks ago if I wanted to go if we got a chance. We haven’t had any shootouts since.” Good move Coach Q.Read more ›