The Blackhawks are in deep trouble, and have no one to blame but themselves.
For Blackhawk fans, Thursday night’s 4-3 triple overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues hurt like hell.
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.
Jay Zawaski breaks down the critical individual matchups and St. Louis’ physicality.
Patrick Kane skated on the third line Tuesday with Bryan Bickell and Andrew Shaw.
Morin’s speed would benefit the Blackhawks against the Avalanche in the playoffs.
Teuvo Teravainen hasn’t wowed with his early play, but he’s only 19.
The final stretch of game doesn’t mean much, which is why the Blackhawks should be as careful as possible.
Jonathan Toews suffered an upper body injury on Sunday.
The Blackhawks dodged a bullet when Jonathan Toews avoided serious injury on a nasty hit.
While Teravainen’s debut was impressive in many aspects, his teammates were the stars.
The numbers show Chicago has outperformed Colorado in many aspects, but not what matters most.
The Blackhawks have help on the way in the form of 19-year-old forward Teuvo Teravainen.
The guys will lots of free agency, the Michael Bush cut and speculate why Dante Rosario could’ve gotten released so quickly.
Marian Hossa suffered an upper body injury in Saturday’s win at Soldier Field.
Chicago gets a 2014 third-round pick and a 2016 fifth-round pick.
A confident Stan Bowman said before the game that he didn’t need to make any additions. Looks like he was right.
By Jay Zawaski- (CBS) As exciting as the Olympic tournament was, I think I speak for most of the hockey community when I say, “Welcome back, NHL.” As the playoffs approach, everything the Blackhawks do […]
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Jay Zawaski answers your questions on Brandon Pirri and weighs what the Blackhawks need moving forward.