The top-seeded Canucks avoided an embarrassing first-round sweep with a 3-1 victory over the Los Angeles Kings in Game 4 on Wednesday night.
When Jonathan Quick rapped his goal stick on his posts as the buzzer sounded, the sellout crowd unleashed 11 years of deferred playoff excitement on their Los Angeles Kings.
Vote for which of these Chicago rivals you hate the most.
It’s customary to make predictions at the start of hockey season and again at the start of the playoffs. Most of the predictions are fairly useless because “experts” really don’t know as much as they think they do and they take their picks way too seriously.
Rookie Andrew Shaw scored 2:42 into overtime to give the Chicago Blackhawks a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night.
There’s nothing like a throwing a dead fish into the middle of an ice rink to honor a loved one who has passed away. Right?
Daniel Sedin scored at 3:37 of overtime to lift the Vancouver Canucks to a 3-2 victory over the Chicago Blackhawks on Tuesday night.
Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews will both return to the lineup tonight when the Blackhawks face the Canucks in Vancouver.
Blackhawks forward Patrick Sharp will miss three to four weeks with an upper body injury, head coach Joel Quenneville announced Monday.
The Blackhawks haven’t played the Canucks in nearly a month and they won’t face them until Jan. 31, but that doesn’t mean the rivalry isn’t as hot as ever.
The NHL approved a radical realignment plan Monday that will have a wide sweeping impact on both the regular season and playoffs.
The Blackhawks are 1-2 through the first three games of the trip, including two straight losses where the team gave up a combined 14 goals.
Andrew Brunette and Patrick Kane scored power-play goals midway through the second period, and the Chicago Blackhawks rallied from an early deficit to win their fourth straight game, 5-1 over the Vancouver Canucks on Wednesday night.
Canucks goaltender Roberto Luongo has been ruled out of tonight’s game against the Blackhawks in Vancouver.
The Canucks took it to the Blackhawks from the puck drop to the final horn. When the smoke cleared, Vancouver won 6-2, and maybe it wasn’t even that close.
It would be unfair to say Duncan Keith was the difference in Sunday night’s 6-2 loss to the Canucks, but he certainly would have helped.
I’ve seen overreactions in my life, but nothing compares to what I’ve seen since the Blackhawks dropped a regular season, Sunday night game in November to the Vancouver Canucks.
After an offseason focused on getting tougher to handle teams like Vancouver, the Blackhawks watched the Canucks come into the United Center Sunday, take their fair share of punches and still leave with a 6-2 victory.
The Chicago Blackhawks don’t really look at the minor league Chicago Wolves as a rival in the local hockey marketplace, but as CBS 2’s Jill Carlson reports, that might change now that the Wovles are an affiliate of the hated Vancouver Canucks.
Maybe it’s all of the working out he does, but Marian Hossa looks like a new guy.