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Hawks Drown Ducks!

Hawks Drown Ducks!

The Hawks nabbed an impressive victory last night by defeating the Ducks of Anaheim by a final of 4-2.  Marian Hossa scored twice to lead the Hawks and Corey Crawford made 19 saves on 21 shots including a dandy on Anaheim’s Corey Perry who had the puck on his stick right in front of the crease just before the end of the […]

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Will be quite the foe for Chicago this weekend

Hawks open at Champs on National Stage

On Saturday the NHL reopens for business and the Chicago Blackhawks will be highlighted on NBC as they go up against the defending Stanley Cup Champions. This game is loaded with stars, the biggest of whom is Jonathan Quick who was lights out in the playoffs last year as he dispatched the top 3 seeds in the Western Conference before […]

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Blackhawks Lose In Tragic Overtime

Blackhawks Lose In Tragic Overtime

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.”

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Blackhawks Can’t Hear Fat Lady

Blackhawks Can’t Hear Fat Lady

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.”

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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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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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Blackhawks find “antidote” against Antti Niemi
Blackhawks can’t capitalize against Washington

Blackhawks can’t capitalize against Washington

Blackhawks try for win against Washington on nationally televised game Sunday but end up loosing in overtime.

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Blackhawks play lazy in the first and it comes back to haunt later

Blackhawks play lazy in the first and it comes back to haunt later

Coach Joel Quenneville said after the Blackhawks loss. “Were better in the second, and better in the third, it was about the first period.” But it wasn’t enough to get them back in the game, they just dug to big of a whole.

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Blackhawks and captain “Don’t Toews Me Bro” make it six straight

Blackhawks and captain “Don’t Toews Me Bro” make it six straight

“We’ve been doing a great job of taking it one game at a time, especially coming back from the All-Star break. It’s been since then that we’ve gradually gotten better every night.”–Jonathan Toews

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