Troy Brouwer

Chicago Blackhawks

Intermission Speeches Lead To Blackhawks Victory

Saturday night, the Chicago Blackhawks lost a two goal lead in the third period and would eventually lose to the Nashville Predators in a shootout.


Patrick Kane

Huge Third Period Pushes Blackhawks Past Predators

The Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Predators Saturday, but didn’t let that happen again Sunday. Chicago scored four times in the third period to shut Nashville down.


Viktor Stalberg

Blackhawks Shutout Avalanche 4-0

The Chicago Blackhawks prevented a four-game season sweep from the Avalanche Wednesday night. Chicago scored their first goal seven minutes into the first period and their second less than a minute later. Their other two goals came during the second and third periods.


Ryane Clowe; John Scott

Blackhawks Bitten Again By Sharks

For each goal scored, the opposing team scored another. The Blackhawks scored twice in the second period within the final 23 seconds to keep the game tied, but were unable to break through San Jose’s defenses during the third period. After facing each other three times this season, the Blackhawks have lost each time.


Tomas Kopecky

Another Chapter Of The Blackhawks-Red Wings Rivalry

The Blackhawks and Red Wings will add another game to their long-standing rivalry tonight in the United Center.


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.


Chicago Blackhawks' Troy Brouwer, left, and Nick Boynton celebrate Brouwer's goal against the Vancouver Canucks during second period NHL hockey game action in Vancouver, on Saturday Nov. 20, 2010. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press,Darryl Dyck)

Give Up Seven, Score Seven

Quick second-period goals chased goalie Roberto Luongo and sparked the Blackhawks’ 7-1 beating over Vancouver.

670 The Score–11/21/2010

Jack Dowell

Blackhawks Burned By Devils

The Blackhawks took on the New Jersey Devils and struggled. Chicago made a few comeback attempts but only came close until New Jersey scored two empty net goals in the third quarter.


Martin Brodeur

NJ Devil’s Goalie Injured Against Blackhawks

The second period was exciting between the Blackhawks and Devils with the Hawks scoring one to try to come back. However, the Devils’ goalie Martin Brodeur was injured and removed from the game.


Patrick Kane

Blackhawks Thrive In Wild

After suffering their worst loss of the season so far to the Oilers Friday night, the Blackhawks returned to their championship performance.


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

Patrick Sharp

Blackhawks Ready To Escape Avalanche

By ALAN FERGUSON, STATS Writer (AP) — Not long after celebrating the end of a 49-year title drought, the Chicago Blackhawks began feeling the weight of the NHL salary cap. Whether the Blackhawks can become […]


Troy Bouwer

Brouwer Knows New Faces Are Up to The Challenge

The Blackhawks have had a well-publicized roster turnover since winning the Stanley Cup last season. With new players like Nick Leddy, Viktor Stalberg and Fernando Pisani, the big question is whether or not the team’s […]


Jonathon Toews

Kopecky, Toews Lead Blackhawks Past Blues

CHICAGO (AP) Tomas Kopecky and Jonathan Toews each had a goal and and assist, and the defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks beat the St. Louis Blues 4-3 on Sunday in the preseason finale for […]

670 The Score–10/03/2010

Blackhawks Not Worried About New Roster

CHICAGO (AP) The defending Stanley Cup champion Chicago Blackhawks believe they can buck both recent NHL history and the impact of league’s salary cap. No team has won consecutive Cups since Detroit captured back-to-back titles […]