Pittsburgh’s power play is lethal, their goaltending has been solid and they’re actually getting depth scoring. Of course it’s time to make a trade. [Pensburgh] There was a goalie interference […]
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Last Thursday, Marian Hossa scored his 1,000th career point against his old team up in Ottawa, in what ended up being a 5-4 win for the Blackhawks. Hossa became the […]
Brad Richards, the salary cap crunch and all things Patrick Kane have dominated the storylines heading into the Blackhawks’ 2014-2015 season, but what about some of the under-the-radar stories? There’s […]
On Friday, it was announced that the salary cap for the 2014-15 season would be $69 million, two million dollars less than the $71 million that was projected in December. […]
Ron Wilson is getting consideration for another NHL head coaching job. Experience is a big plus for some teams in the market for a coach. — Darren Dreger (@DarrenDreger) May […]
Marian Hossa was fantastic again in game two against the Minnesota Wild. The Wild had no answers for his dominant play in both the defensive and offensive ends of the […]
For 53 minutes the Minnesota Wild skated step to step with Patrick Kane and the Marian Hossa. When the Blackhawks scored, the Wild countered. Actually, the Wild found themselves down […]
The Blackhawks received some good news and bad news as they are currently embroiled in a dogfight for the Central Division lead. Forward Brandon Saad did not make the trip to […]
Brandon Saad, the player who may well have been left off Team USA’s 2014 roster because T.J. Oshie has “that shootout move,” has had a terrific sophomore campaign to date. […]
Are leaner days ahead for the defending Stanley Cup Champions? Certainly, anyone could argue that all teams – good and bad, great and pitiful, experience adversity throughout a grueling 82-game […]
In this golden age of Blackhawks hockey, it has become a common fallacy to attribute the team’s success solely to its biggest stars. Those subscribing to this particular credit-giving schedule […]
Jaroslav Halak will be the only St. Louis Blues player on Team Slovakia at the 2014 Sochi Olympics. Will he translate his play from the NHL to a medal?