Despite losing their season finale to the Detroit Red Wings, the Chicago Blackhawks will still have the chance to defend their Stanley Cup Championship.
Trying to keep up with the NHL Western Conference playoff race is a pain. After a few hours (my brain doesn’t work mathematically) I finally solved it. Here’s what has to happen for the Blackhawks to get in the playoffs.
One thing is for certain, the Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings will meet two more times before the 2011 season ends, and the Blackhawks are hoping there are few a more meetings to come.
The Chicago Blackhawks knocked off the St. Louis Blues and earned two points on Wednesday night. It was two points that the team desperately needed, but they still have a lot of work to do.
The Chicago Blackhawks lost a tough game to the Tampa Bay Lightning on Sunday night, it was a game that would have gone a long way towards securing their place in the playoffs.
As the Chicago Blackhawks make their push for the playoffs, they’ll need big contributions from their core players. But their also getting a big contribution from a player who started the season on a different roster.
Marian Hossa scored on a power play 51 seconds into overtime, lifting the Chicago Blackhawks to a 3-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Monday night.
The Chicago Blackhawks are starting the most crucial part of their 2011 season. They’ll need a big push to down the stretch to keep pace with the rest of the Western Conference, and they must start with their rival.
The Chicago Blackhawks’ regular season finale against the rival Detroit Red Wings has been moved to an earlier start and named NBC’s Game of the Week.
A potentially huge weekend for the Chicago Blackhawks, turned in to just a good weekend. The Blackhawks knocked off the rival Detroit Red Wings on Saturday but fell to the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday.
Last weekend was a big one for the Chicago Blackhawks, as they split a home and home with their divisional rivals the Nashville Predators, and this weekend will be just as big but a little different.
It’s not as though a 4-1 win over the Red Wings puts the Blackhawks right back on top of the division. It’s not like snapping a three game losing skid brings Patrick Kane and Marian […]
For those unaware tonight at the United Center is “Chris Chelios Heritage Night” as the Blackhawks host the rival Red Wings. The name Chris Chelios still brings up many sore memories for Blackhawks fans in this city, but I’m still confused as to why.
The Blackhawks and Red Wings will add another game to their long-standing rivalry tonight in the United Center.
Friday night, the Blackhawks will honor former Hawk captain, All-Star, and Norris Trophy winner Chris Chelios. It’s a no brainer, right?
Hopes that the cavalry would come to the Blackhawks rescue Friday night against the Red Wings were tempered quite a bit after practice Thursday.
CHICAGO (AP) – Valtteri Filppula’s second goal of the game snapped a third-period tie, and the Detroit Red Wings spoiled the Blackhawks’ Stanley Cup banner-raising celebration with a 3-2 victory over Chicago on Saturday night. […]
Joel Quenneville is taking a good long look at a number of young players as he tries to fill out the roster for the Blackhawks’ upcoming season. In Wednesday night’s 4-2 loss to the Joel […]
By JOSH DUBOW, AP Sports Writer SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) The San Jose Sharks begin training camp with a stark reminder of how last season ended and of the offseason changes the team underwent since […]