Tomas Kopecky

Kris Versteeg

Tallon Grabs Another Ex-Blackhawk In Florida

Florida Panthers general manager Dale Tallon continues to stockpile former players he had in Chicago when he held the same position with the Blackhawks.

CBS Chicago–07/01/2011

Tomas Kopecky

Former Blackhawk Kopecky Signs With Panthers For Four Years, $12 Million

The Florida Panthers and general manager Dale Tallon acquired Tomas Kopecky’s rights from the Chicago Blackhawks during the NHL Entry Draft on June 27. On Wednesday, the Panthers signed him to a four-year contract.


Tomas Kopecky

Blackhawks Trade Kopecky To Panthers

The Blackhawks traded Tomas Kopecky to the Florida Panthers Monday in exchange for a seventh round draft pick in 2012 or 2013.

CBS Chicago–06/27/2011

Brent Seabrook

Seabrook: ‘That Hit Deserves A Suspension’

A day after taking an apparent head shot from Raffi Torres, Brent Seabrook took exception to the league’s decision not to suspend the Vancouver forward.

670 The Score–04/18/2011

Tomas Kopecky (Photo by Rich Lam/Getty Images)

McKnight: Hawks Hurting In Playoffs

The list of walking wounded grows for the Blackhawks. Neither Bryan Bickell nor Tomas Kopecky will play Sunday night for the Hawks, although coach Joel Quenneville said both of them got “consideration.” John Scott will suit up in one spot.


Jonathan Toews and Roberto Luongo

Comeback Falls Short, Blackhawks Lose 4-3

The Chicago Blackhawks trailed 2-0 early in the second period, but two goals by rookie Ben Smith gave the Chicago a chance to win.


Tomas Kopecky; Sergei Samsonov

Blackhawks Shutout Panthers

The Chicago Blackhawks prevented the Florida Panthers from scoring a single goal Wednesday. Earlier this month, the Blackhawks struggled against the Panthers. Four Hawks scored against Florida, but the goals didn’t start until the second period.


Jonathan Toews (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)

Toews Scores Again, Hawks Extend Streak To 5

Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews each scored in the second period, and the Chicago Blackhawks stretched their winning streak to a season-high five games with a 4-2 win over the Minnesota Wild on Monday night.

670 The Score–02/28/2011

Tomas Kopecky, Duncan Keith

Blackhawks Hold Predators To Shutout

The Chicago Blackhawks hit the ice with new energy as their coach returned to the bench. Nashville was unable to get past Crawford Thursday night while the Hawks soared toward the win.


Chicago Blackhawks

Foley: Blackhawks’ Big Guns Have Dried Up

For the 11th place Chicago Blackhawks it may not be time to hit the panic button just yet, but it’s definitely time for their big guns to starting coming through.

670 The Score–02/08/2011

Tomas Kopecky

Blackhawks Score Four To Beat Red Wings

The Detroit Red Wings struggled to get past Chicago Blackhawks goaltender Corey Crawford, only scoring once in the first period. The Blackhawks scored twice in the second and earned their fourth goal just over 9 minutes into the third period.


Jack Skille

Predators Break Hawks’ Win Streak In Shootout

The Predators held off the Blackhawks until the end of the first period, when Tomas Kopecky scored. The Blackhawks scored once more early in the second period and the Preds were scoreless. Nashville tied it up in the third and took the victory in a shootout.


Jordan Hendry

Blackhawks Left Reaching For Stars

The Chicago Blackhawks struggled to score against the Dallas Stars. They pulled it together to tie in the second period, but could only come close in the third.


Patrick Sharp

Sharp Scores Twice, Blackhawks Win 4-1

The return of Hossa to the Blackhawks’ lineup welcomed by fans as the Blue Jackets struggled to earn their only goal. Chicago scored early and kept Columbus scoreless until the third period.


Corey Crawford; Marty Turco

Just What They Needed

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 […]


Ryan Johnson; Jimmy Howard

Blackhawks Blow Out Red Wings

The Blackhawks and Red Wings faced off Friday night and Chicago took the lead early. The Red Wings were held to just one goal and let the Hawks score four, ending a three-game losing streak.


Chicago Blackhawks' John Scott right, fights with St. Louis Blues' Cam Janssen in the first period of a NHL hockey game in Chicago, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010. (AP Photo/Paul Beaty)

Make It Three For The Hawks

The Blackhawks and Blues combined for 12 goals and three fights Tuesday night in what amounted to a 7-5 win for the Blackhawks. It’s the third straight win for the Hawks who have won six of their last eight.


Marian Hossa

McKnight: Hossa Could Miss ‘Couple Of Weeks’

The news of Marian Hossa’s injury could have been worse. But, according to head coach Joel Quenneville, Hossa’s injury isn’t of a serious nature.

670 The Score–10/28/2010

Brian Campbell

McKnight: Campbell Returns To Practice, No Timeline For Return

Brian Campbell took to the ice during today’s morning skate as the Blackhawks prepare for the Los Angeles Kings. While he feels good, his return might not happen this weekend.

670 The Score–10/27/2010

Evan Brophey

Blackhawks Send Brophey Back To Rockford After One Day

(WSCR) – Evan Brophey was called up from Rockford to replace Tomas Kopecky Saturday for his NHL debut. Kopecky was out with an upper-body injury. Joel Quenneville said “This is a good opportunity for him.” […]