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.
If Andrew Shaw is good to go, Joel Quenneville will have a tough decision on who to sit.
Andrew Shaw says he feels good to go, but the decision isn’t in his hands.
Andrew Shaw will skate Tuesday, then Chicago will assess his progress from a lower-body injury.
Andrew Shaw continues his recovery from a lower-body injury suffered in Game 1 of the second-round series.
Committing to the chip-and-chase strategy with vigor is the key for Chicago.
Andrew Shaw suffered a lower body injury in Game 1 and hasn’t played since.
Andrew Shaw is suffering from a lower-body injury.
Patrick Kane scored his second goal of the game at 11:17 of overtime, and the Chicago Blackhawks beat the St. Louis Blues 4-3 on Wednesday night to even their first-round playoff series at two games apiece.
The playoffs are finally upon us, and while many are writing off the St. Louis Blues, it’s important to remember that they were the best team in the NHL for about 90 percent of the season.
Patrick Kane skated on the third line Tuesday with Bryan Bickell and Andrew Shaw.