When Antoine Vermette scored the double-overtime, series-tying goal in Game 4, Kimmo Timonen and Brent Seabrook received a plus rating to add to their stats. For Seabrook, the goal came during his […]
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It hurts to watch Niklas Hjalmarsson play hockey. If you’ve seen a Chicago Blackhawks game in the last five years, you’ve witnessed the above scenario many times. Nobody sacrifices his […]
We’re going to take a quick look at and briefly analyze the Blackhawks’ current line combinations. I should note that the third line will possibly have Bickell (returning from injury) […]
Blackhawks Sweep Trip to Alberta The Hawks dispatched a listless Oilers team 5-1 on Monday and prevailed 3-2 over the Flames Wednesday night. The latter was especially satisfying, with a […]
Its mid-August and the off season is (finally) in its last leg before camps open in September and the regular season kicks off less than two months from now. For […]
While the Chicago Blackhawks capturing the 2013 Stanley Cup, their second in four years, is no surprise to anyone, the Pittsburgh Penguins were the odds on favorite. The Pens fell […]
Here are a few fun facts to know before the Chicago Blackhawks take on the Detroit Red Wings in game seven of the Western Conference Semi-finals. Some include random facts, […]
When you look around at the financial landscape of professional sports, you see a frightening example of why it is so difficult to create and keep together a team that […]
After acquiring Oduya at the 2012 trade deadline, many people believe the writing is on the wall for Niklas Hjalmarsson.
Prior to the lockout, I started doing player evaluations for Duncan Keith, Marian Hossa, Brent Seabrook, Jonathan Toews, Patrick Kane, and Patrick Sharp. While the evaluations still remain valid, please […]
During a time of labor strife and divisions over money, there is perhaps no team more interested in how a potential new CBA would affect them financially than the Chicago […]
With the Flyers extending an offer sheet to 26-year-old All-Star Norris-finalist defenseman Shea Weber, let’s take a look back at some other significant offer sheets in recent NHL history: […]