The long years before Patrick Kane and Jonathan Toews took ice at United Center saw dark days.
Kevin Dineen and Joel Quenneville were teammates in the 1980s.
Jay Zawaski answers all your burning offseason questions on the Blackhawks.
The Blackhawks have reportedly told Michal Handzus they’re going a “different direction.”
How would you rate Chicago general manager Stan Bowman’s performance last season?
For Chicago, there’s a lingering feeling of missed opportunity.
The Blackhawks are usually the team celebrating, not the team standing around waiting for the handshake line.
Kris Versteeg needs to stay benched, while Michal Handzus should be a specialist.
Joel Quenneville made one bad decision, but two other great decisions to keep the Blackhawks’ season alive.
Teams trailing 3-1 in best-of-seven series have come back to win just 8.7 percent of the time.
With Monday’s Western Conference Final Game 4 hours away, I find myself looking back on this series and asking myself what has gone wrong? Why are the Blackhawks trailing two games to one?
Brandon Bollig, Peter Regin and Kris Versteeg are all candidates to lose their spot.
Not since Michael and Scottie has anyone shown Chicago greatness like these Blackhawks.
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.
The Blackhawks didn’t let a tough call beat them Sunday.
Kaner, he’s a special player,” Joel Quenneville says. “We use that term a lot with him.”
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.