Why fix it if it isn’t broke?
No. 101 went like so many of the first 100 playoff games for Patrick Kane. A perfect shot at a key moment, another big play at the very end, and a victory for the Chicago Blackhawks.
The Blackhawks’ rookie scored the game-winning goal in Chicago’s 4-3 win over Minnesota.
This never changes: The Blackhawks hold aspirations of winning the Stanley Cup.
Duncan Keith and Johnny Oduya have stepped up, just when they’re needed most.
(CBS) The Blackhawks announced Wednesday that they’ve recalled forward Teuvo Teravainen from AHL Rockford and assigned defenseman Trevor van Riemsdyk to the Icehogs. Additionally, Chicago has placed Patrick Kane on the long-term injured reserve after he suffered […]
With the trade deadline looming, the Blackhawks must make some quick roster decisions.
Teravainen has four points in 15 games with the Blackhawks this season.
Teravainen isn’t in the lineup Wednesday, and it’s puzzling.
Like usual, coach Joel Quenneville is juggling the lineup.
Teuvo Teravainen’s first NHL goal came in the Blackhawks’ 4-2 loss to Winnipeg.
How to best use the young Teuvo Teravinen is a puzzle for Chicago to solve.
The Chicago Blackhawks seemed a step behind the streaking Dallas Stars much of Sunday night before finding a way to come out ahead. Patrick Sharp scored 1:17 into overtime to give Chicago a 5-4 win that snapped the Stars’ four-game winning streak.
“We just want him to play, play the right way,” coach Joel Quenneville says.
Kris Versteeg’s injury opens the door for the Blackhawks’ top prospect, Teuvo Teravainen.
At long last, the Blackhawks have recalled their top prospect, and he is expected to play Sunday when the Dallas Stars visit the United Center.
Jay Zawaski is talking defensive replacements, Brad Richards and Kris Versteeg.
Peter Regin or Joakim Nordstrom will likely get the call-up to Chicago.
The Blackhawks look primed and loaded for another long playoff run, but they’re going to have to do it without their top prospect Teuvo Teravainen.
Leddy “didn’t get a great opportunity” in Chicago, Joel Quenneville says.