The Chicago Blackhawks were supposed to be Nikolai Khabibulin’s team. Then it was supposed to be Cristobal Huet’s team, then Antti Niemi’s, then Marty Turco’s, and that was only over the course of three seasons.
The Chicago Blackhawks lost to the Vancouver Canucks by a score of 2-0 in their opening game of the 2011 Stanley Cup Playoffs. But they’re still in a good position, and can take home-ice advantage away with a win on Friday.
Patrick Kane has 122 goals in his short NHL career, and perhaps none of those goals represents his unique type of offensive ability like the game-winning goal in game six of the 2010 Stanley Cup Finals.
The MVP of the National Hockey League is awarded the Hart Memorial Trophy, and this year the battle for the trophy may come down to two familiar faces for Chicago Blackhawks fans.
On July 7, 2008 the Chicago Blackhawks named Jonathan Toews as the team’s captain, it would make him the third youngest captain in the history of the NHL.
The Green Bay Packers snuck into the playoffs in the final weeks of the NFL season and ended up winning the Super Bowl. Could the Chicago Blackhawks be on a similar track with 22 games remaining in the regular season?
Between being shuttled between Chicago and Rockford, and a trip to the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships, Nick Leddy is not only having a pretty busy season, but also showing he belongs in the NHL.
Only six points separates the fourth place team and the 12th place team in the NHL’s Western Conference. As a result, the Chicago Blackhawks still have time to secure a comfortable playoff seed.
The Blackhawks have struggled throughout the 2010-11 season, and sometimes the best remedy is to simplify things.
Blackhawks TV analyst, Steve Konroyd doesn’t see the connection between Patrick Kane’s slow start and his lifestyle.