After Thursday’s practice, head coach Joel Quenneville met with members of the media and stated that Ray Emery had earned the start against the San Jose Sharks. “Ray hasn’t had a home game yet […]
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With their sixth win of the season on Sunday night, the Chicago Blackhawks are officially off to their best start in team history. They’ve been playing at a high level, as such […]
For the first of four meetings this season, the Detroit Red Wings will visit the United Center tonight and attempt to deliver the Blackhawks their first loss of 2013.
BREAKING NEWS: Jaromir Jagr and Ray Whitney may have discovered the Fountain of Youth… and it’s in Dallas, TX. The 40-year-old duo is playing like it’s 2003 again and this season they have connected […]
To say that it has been an eventful weekend for the Chicago Blackhawks would be an understatement. Not only have they had to sit through two banner raising ceremonies (Stanley […]
During the lockout, NHL goalies were on their own, most even without a place to play. While scrimmages can accommodate as many as twenty skaters, there’s only room for two goaltenders. European clubs, […]
It hasn’t been since the 2007-08 NHL season that the Chicago Blackhawks played the entire season with a true #1 goaltender. Even during that season, starter Nikolai Khabibulin only played […]
What makes a strong division? Is it solid goaltending, balanced scoring or stingy defense? How about all of the above?
Success and failure are greatly overrated. But failure gives you a whole lot more to talk about— Hildegard Knef Hope springs eternal. When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. No […]
The biggest need facing the Tampa Bay Lightning this off-season is without a doubt, an upgrade in the goaltending department. Most of the press has linked them with Roberto Luongo, […]
Henrik Lundqvist said it best last night to the referee. Seriously, another week has gone by for those fantasy poolies and Round 2 will start by week’s end. As the […]
Every year the NHL playoffs brings out the best in some and the worst in others. For every pleasant surprise there is an equal and opposite disappointment and no players […]