The Chicago Tribune is reporting that Blackhawks winger Marian Hossa is hopeful to play in Tuesday night’s contest against the Phoenix Coyotes, but will be a game-time decision.
Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville said Monday that he is hopeful Marion Hossa will play Tuesday night against the Coyotes in Phoenix.
The Blackhawks beat the Phoenix Coyotes Sunday night and moved into a fifth place tie in the NHL Western Conference, but lost Patrick Sharp to an injury.
The Blackhawks scored twice in the first period to take an early lead. The Phoenix Coyotes came back in the second period before the Hawks tied it in the second period. Neither team could score in either the third period or overtime. The Blackhawks finished it in the shootout to take home another win.
The Chicago Blackhawks lost to a three goal lead Friday night to Dallas in a shootout, now they dropped it again after coming back from a two point deficit facing the Coyotes.
The NFL season’s theme seemed to be concussions. The focus looks to be turning toward the NHL’s concussions now. Concussions are on the rise in the NHL and it’s not because of illegal hits to the head.
It’s tough to look at the Blackhawks’ Wednesday night loss to the Coyotes and focus on anything but the benching of Duncan Keith.
Kyle Turris and Wojtek Wolski scored 35 seconds apart in the second period and backup Jason LaBarbera made 35 saves in the Phoenix Coyotes’ 2-1 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks.
Former Chicago Blackhawk Jeremy Roenick has been elected into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. A release from the hall of fame’s website says that Roenick will enter the hall along with Art Berglund, brothers […]