The Chicago Blackhawks picked up two big points on Wednesday night against the Minnesota Wild. But if they want to reach the playoffs they’ll have to have that same result again Friday night.
The Chicago Blackhawks lost to the Vancouver Canucks after a late game meltdown yielded two goals. They continue their road trip Monday night against the Calgary Flames.
Both the Chicago Blackhawks and the Minnesota Wild have been playing good hockey as of late and are trying to rack up as many standing points as possible.
The Detroit Red Wings struggled to get past Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford, only scoring once in the first period. The Blackhawks scored twice in the second and earned their fourth goal just over 9 minutes into the third period.
The Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Predators Saturday, but didn’t let that happen again Sunday. Chicago scored four times in the third period to shut Nashville down.
The Chicago Blackhawks prevented a four-game season sweep from the Avalanche Wednesday night. Chicago scored their first goal seven minutes into the first period and their second less than a minute later. Their other two goals came during the second and third periods.
The Chicago Blackhawks have showed flashes of the brilliant play that won them the Stanley Cup last season. After two wins in a row, the Blackhawks look to keep things going against Colorado.
The return of Hossa to the Blackhawks’ lineup welcomed by fans as the Blue Jackets struggled to earn their only goal. Chicago scored early and kept Columbus scoreless until the third period.
The Chicago Blackhawks dominated the ice against the Nashville Predators, defeating them 4-1. It was beginning to look like the Hawks would shut out the Predators until Sergei Kostitsyn scored one for Nashville half-way through the third.
Despite Patrick Kane’s early injury against Calgary that took him out of the game, the Blackhawks still dominated the ice. Both teams scored their goals during the first period with the exception of Bolland’s goal just before the game’s end.
Its no secret that the Blackhawks are off to a slow start. And while they haven’t played well at home, the team it still a work in progress coming off all the off-season changes.
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.
Tonight will be a reunion of sort, as the 2010 Chicago Blackhawks square off against the Atlanta Thrashers and four members of last year’s Stanley Cup Championship team.
The Blackhawks look to get a boost when Brian Campbell returns from injury tonight. Campbell and the Blackhawks travel to New York to take on the Rangers.
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.
The news of Marian Hossa’s injury could have been worse. But, according to head coach Joel Quenneville, Hossa’s injury isn’t of a serious nature.
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.
In their second match-up of the week, the Sabres were looking for a little revenge on the Blackhawks. Patrick Sharp scored twice for the second night in a row and the Blackhawks put the Sabres in their place. Both teams scored early and the game was kept within one goal all three periods.
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