Why fix it if it isn’t broke?
The iron stood tall for the Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
It was a wild Tuesday night in Anaheim.
No. 101 went like so many of the first 100 playoff games for Patrick Kane. A perfect shot at a key moment, another big play at the very end, and a victory for the Chicago Blackhawks.
If this version of the Blackhawks is going to escape the first round, they need to recommit.
Jonathan Toews deflected in the winning goal with 31 seconds left in regulation.
A pair of late goals pushed the Kings past the Blackhawks.
The Blackhawks haven’t been consistent this season, but they’ll be ready when it counts.
Chicago defenseman Brent Seabrook doesn’t garner the hockey admiration he deserves.
CHICAGO (AP) — Jonathan Toews scored the only goal in the shootout, after Chicago’s Bryan Bickell netted the tying goal with 1:13 left in regulation, and the Blackhawks topped the Nashville Predators 5-4 on Monday […]
Chicago is excited to prove itself against some of the West’s best on the road.
“For a young kid, the most unusual thing is how consistent he’s been,” Joel Quenneville says.
Plus, Jay Zawaski is always talking about second-line centers.
About $2.3 million has been raised for the ALS Association.
You might have seen Patrick Kane do it, or Blackhawks teammate Andrew Shaw. The Chicago chapter of the ALS Association is hoping you’ll take the ice bucket challenge too.
For Chicago, there’s a lingering feeling of missed opportunity.
Brandon Saad had a goal and two assists Wednesday in one of his best performances.
“Lately our habits and doing the little things have gotten away from us,” Brandon Saad says.
Chicago trails Los Angeles, 3-1, in the Western Conference Final.
Andrew Shaw continues his recovery from a lower-body injury.