Mark Buehrle finally put the Sox back into the win column by recording his 150th career victory in a 6-2 win over the Orioles Monday night.
The Chicago Bears have their draft board all ready to go for the 29th pick of April 28th’s Draft, but don’t be surprised if the team ends up trading down.
Raffi Torres won’t be suspended for his massive hit on Brent Seabrook from Sunday night’s game three. Nearly without exception, every Blackhawks player and coach felt as though the hit was suspension-worthy.
Ozzie Guillen finally lost his cool after Wednesday’s 7-4 loss to the Athletics. Frankly, it’s about time and he had about six good reasons to do so.
Tough news for the Cubs today as they’ll have to put two starters on the disabled list after only five games. Andrew Cashner strained his rotator cuff during his first career start Tuesday against the Diamondbacks.
Bears kicker Robbie Gould says the Bears and the rest of the NFL players want to play, and accuses team owners of wanting to lock out the players all along.
The latest in conditional controversy has come down from on high for the Bears – Vikings game Monday night.
The Hawks edged out another victory despite a depleted roster Sunday night–this time 3-2 over the Kings at the United center. It marks two in a row for the Hawks who have put together six periods of very solid hockey.
Hopes that the cavalry would come to the Blackhawks rescue Friday night against the Red Wings were tempered quite a bit after practice Thursday.
The Avalanche picked up a favorable call 2:40 into the third period of Wednesday night’s game and used it to vault to a 4-3 win over the Blackhawks.
When the Blackhawks go for four in a row Friday night against the Canucks, they’ll do so with Marty Turco in net. It will be the first start in three games for Turco who has had a rough go lately.
It’s hard to pinpoint just how they’re generated or how they’re allowed but it’s response goals that are killing the Blackhawks right now.
What’s hurting the Hawks right now is exactly that: Hurt. With Brian Campbell, Marian Hossa and Dave Bolland all missing games lately the Hawks are missing three of their best defensive players.
Brian Campbell took to the ice during today’s morning skate as the Blackhawks prepare for the Los Angeles Kings. While he feels good, his return might not happen this weekend.
The Blackhawks have played more games this season that any other team in the NHL. The fatigue is starting to show, and a few days off couldn’t come at a better time.
By Connor McKnight– Both Marty Turco and Roberto Luongo were stellar at points during the Hawks 2-1 shootout win over the Canucks Wednesday night. Luongo saved 31 shots for Vancouver while Turco stopped 36. The […]
By Connor McKnight– Bears linebacker Lance Briggs missed practice with an ankle injury for the second straight day Tuesday. While it’s not been announced whether the injury will keep Briggs out of Sunday’s game against […]
The Score’s Connor McKnight is reporting that Patrick Kane missed practice today because of an illness and is unlikely to play on Friday. Kane began feeling ill after the Predators game on Wednesday night. Originally […]