The Blackhawks are hoping to even the score in more ways than one in Game 4 against the Phoenix Coyotes at the United Center Thursday night.
Blackhawks head coach Joel Quenneville did not have much of an update on Marian Hossa, but did rule him out of Thursday’s Game 4 against the Coyotes.
Coyotes forward Raffi Torres has been suspended indefinitely for his hit on Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa Tuesday night.
Former Blackhawks player Jim Cummins joined The McNeil and Spiegel Show Wednesday morning to discuss Raffi Torres’ hit on Marian Hossa.
Phoenix TV analyst Tyson Nash amazingly said “that is as clean of a hit as you are going to get.” Then, after many replays, Nash reiterates, “I don’t have a problem with this.”
NHL punishment czar Brendan Shanahan caught so much flack for his soft, inexplicable non-suspension of Shea Weber, that I was worried he would overcompensate and hammer Andrew Shaw far worse than deserved.
The inconsistencies have left even non-hockey fans confused, but even worse, it has left the players on the ice confused.
This probably won’t surprise anyone, but Phoenix Coyotes forward Raffi Torres doesn’t think there was anything wrong with his hit on Marian Hossa.
Mikkel Boedker scored 13:15 into overtime, and the Phoenix Coyotes beat the Chicago Blackhawks 3-2 on Tuesday night to take a 2-1 lead in their wild and physical opening-round Western Conference playoff series.
A year after delivering an illegal blow on Brent Seabrook in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Torres took a run at Marian Hossa Tuesday night and sent the Blackhawks forward off the ice on a stretcher.
On Sunday night, the Phoenix Coyotes hosted their annual Halloween party, and winger Raffi Torres showed up covered in blackface — a traditional makeup applied to make one appear to be African American.
Dan Carcillo is most famous for agitating Blackhawks fans for two games during the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals, when his aggressive play made him an instant villain in Chicago.
The Vancouver Canucks are taking advantage of the lack of accountability the NHL has provided with its hypocritical enforcement of league rules.
Raffi Torres ended an ugly Stanley Cup finals opener with a dramatic flash of beauty as the Vancouver Canucks won Game 1.
Here’s all you need to know about the mental titans that are the Vancouver Canucks.
Even when the Chicago Blackhawks trailed Vancouver 3-0 in their opening-round playoff series, captain Jonathan Toews was convinced the Canucks were a beatable team.
Facing elimination once again, the Chicago Blackhawks scored two goals within 25 seconds of each other to run away with their second consecutive win.
As the Chicago Blackhawks try to once again fight off elimination from the Stanley Cup Playoffs, they’ll have to do it once again without defenseman Brent Seabrook.
The Blackhawks received some good news and some bad news on Tuesday. The good news is that center Dave Bolland will return to the lineup. The bad news is that defenseman Brent Seabrook won’t play in game four.
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Brent Seabrook took a big hit from Vancouver Canuck Raffi Torres. Seabrook says he’s OK, but after watching the replays, he said the initial hit was to his and the hit deserved a suspension.