Tomas Jurco patterns his game after Marian Hossa (THW/Pam Rodriguez)

Great Hockey Milestones: Blackhawks’ Marian Hossa Nets 400th Goal

On Thursday night, Marian Hossa scored his 400th career regular season goal.  This goal along with 2 assists on Patrick Sharp markers helped Chicago defeat New York Islanders in overtime.  […]

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Sneak Peak At All-Star Jerseys

This year’s all-star jerseys have been leaked over on a Ottawa Senators fan site. As you can see from the picture above, there is VERY little change from last year’s […]

Corey Crawford: Sophomore Slump, or Larger Team Issue?

Corey Crawford: Sophomore Slump, or Larger Team Issue?

  At the end of the 2010-11 season, Chicago Blackhawks rookie goaltender Corey Crawford came in fourth in the Calder trophy voting. He also had a solid 33-18-6 record with […]

by · December 9, 2011 · 3 comments · Chicago Blackhawks
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Seven players I would pay to watch – My Magnificent Seven

Sidney Crosby is widely acknowledged as the best player in the game today. With his year long absence,  other players were given more of an opportunity to the chance to […]

Patrick Kane: Offensive Juggernaut, Speedy Gonzalez, Baby-Faced Assassin

2007 NHL Entry Draft. Would Chicago Still Pick Patrick Kane 1st overall?

Patrick Kane was a superstar in Junior, a superstar at the draft, and he immediately became a superstar in the Windy City.  This guy is such a star that even […]

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Current NHL Standings Using New Realignment

On Monday afternoon the NHL’s Board of Governors agreed to implement the proposed four conference re-alignment beginning for the 2012-2013 National Hockey League season.  The new format will divide the […]

Red Wings Darren Helm is part of the stealth youth movement in Detroit; can they keep up with once rivals out of St. Louis? (Icon SMI)

What Does the new NHL Alignment Mean for the Winter Classic?

There is a great deal more in creating or reestablishing old rivalries between teams. One of the most heated sports rivalries took place between the Red Wings and the Colorado Avalanche; however, these two teams were not selected to be in a conference together.
How great would a Red Wings vs. Avalanche Winter Classic be though?

Checking In on Former Toronto Maple Leafs

Checking In on Former Toronto Maple Leafs

Without question, Brian Burke’s 3 years in Toronto has seen a number of players shipped out of town. The moves seem to have paid dividends in 2011-12, as the Leafs find […]

Patrick Kane and Marian Hossa on net 9/28/11

Examining the Chicago Blackhawk’s New Conference

The NHL announced Monday that it will change to a new format in the 2012-13 season.  It’s current formart of Eastern and Western conferences with 3 divisions each will be […]

Patrick Kane Reunited with Jonathan Toews on the Blackhawks top line (The Extinciton Blues/Flickr)

With the Patrick Kane Experiment Over, Blackhawks Have Void To Fill at Center

Just 25 games into the NHL regular season the Patrick Kane at center experiment is over for the Chicago Blackhawks. After practice on Thursday coach Joel Quenneville announced that for […]

by · December 4, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Chicago Blackhawks
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Previewing tonight’s Blackhawks-Blues matchup

After squeaking out a win versus the struggling NY Islanders last night, the Chicago Blackhawks traveled to St. Louis, where they will face off against the Blues at 7:00 p.m. […]

by · December 3, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Chicago Blackhawks, St Louis Blues
Central Issue: Are the Blackhawks a Cup-Caliber Team?

Central Issue: Are the Blackhawks a Cup-Caliber Team?

Jim Neveau, Senior NHL Correspondent Coming off of a season a year ago that saw them struggle with chemistry issues after an off-season of personnel flying out the door, the […]

by · December 3, 2011 · Comments are Disabled · Chicago Blackhawks, News/Commentary