Dustin Brown converted his own rebound with 1:27 remaining, lifting the Los Angeles Kings to a 5-4 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Monday night.
“Let’s go bowling!” seems to be the response to every question ever asked on a Saturday night that revolved around wondering what to do. Bowling is a sport that everyone can play no matter how bad they are. It’s an even better activity for larger groups to just go out and have a fun time no matter what the score.
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Mike Richards scored the lone goal in a six-round shutout to give the Los Angeles Kings a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Sunday night.
The Blackhawks played their third straight game without captain Jonathan Toews, who is home in Chicago after an apparent concussion.
Sacramento will remain the home for the Kings for at least one more season as Mayor Kevin Johnson tries to follow through on his promise to build the team a new arena.
Derrick Rose is an angry player. He holds grudges, never forgetting an opponent, and Chicago fans should be very excited about that.
Things are going pretty well for the Chicago Bulls right now. The team has their highest win total since winning the NBA Championship in 1998 and are tied for the Eastern Conference lead with 13 games left.
With the memory of last season’s blowing of a 35 point lead and subsequent loss to Sacramento, there was no way the Bulls were going to repeat that dubious effort.
All hands should be on deck for the Bulls tonight as they play host to the Sacramento Kings. The only question mark is forward Taj Gibson who will be a game time decision with a sore toe.
In his first season as head coach, Tom Thibodeau has built the Chicago Bulls into a team known for their tough defense.
With 25 games to go the Blackhawks road to the playoffs is anything but easy. A 3-1 win over the Minnesota Wild last night helped the ‘Hawks playoff cause but the path ahead remains anything but clear.
Jonathan Toews scored the winning goal off his own skate at 14:33 of the third period, giving the Chicago Blackhawks a 4-3 victory over the Los Angeles Kings.
The Blackhawks have been struggling since losing their captain, Jonathon Toews, to a shoulder injury. With about a week and a half until Toews’ return, the Blackhawks need to start racking up wins.
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.
Although the Blackhawks did not have a regular morning skate before facing the Kings Sunday night, a few of their injured players did lace up the skates and take to the ice. Marian Hossa–out since November 29th–and Viktor Stalberg–out since December 15th–both tested their injuries. Patrick Kane, however, was unable get on the ice.
John Scott hasn’t played the way most expected. Hopefully Saturday’s fight will be a sign of good things to come.
The Blackhawks defeated the Los Angeles Kings behind a stellar performance from goalie Marty Turco. However, the team’s best player so far this season suffered an injury.
Tonight, when the Chicago Blackhawks face off against the Los Angeles Kings, they’ll be facing one of the best young teams in hockey.