As Marcus Kruger moves to the second line for the Chicago Blackhawks, fears about his production may be deceiving. Through the season’s first 46 games, Kruger is tied with Niklas Hjalmarsson for 10th on the Blackhawks with 18 points. One of his four goals was a game-winner, and 12 of his 14 assists have come... Read more »
On Tuesday, Canada will announce the roster for their men’s hockey team at the 2014 Winter Olympics. There are a lot of great options for the staff to choose from, but one name that should be on their list is Chicago’s Patrick Sharp. Let’s take a look at the case for Sharp to be part... Read more »
The Hawks annual Circus Trip came to a close with a strong victory against Phoenix on Saturday night, and the results of the seven games show that the Hawks are playing as well as any team in the NHL. Chicago lost the first game of the trip 5-1 in Denver. After that, they rolled. In... Read more »
While many of us were watching and/or thinking about college/pro/fantasy football this weekend, there was a lot going on with the Chicago Blackhawks. And, for what it’s worth, the Hawks were thinking football, too. Click here to see a gallery of photos from Sunday’s Bears home opener. A number of Blackhawks, including Jonathan Toews, Patrick... Read more »
With a couple big announcements on Monday, at least 12 defending champion Chicago Blackhawks will have a busy August. Monday was the day Canada and the United States announced the rosters for their respective training camps for the 2014 Winter Olympics. Hockey Canada announced the list of players invited to their training camp in late... Read more »
On Wednesday morning, the NHL announced the first and second team All-NHL selections as made by the Professional Hockey Writers Association. The lists were laughable, pathetic and sad, and the voting totals open the door for further debate for more transparency in voting, if not an overhaul of the entire system. Here are the first... Read more »
With two goals in 17 seconds, the Chicago Blackhawks won the Stanley Cup for the second time in four years. It wasn’t pretty for either team in Game Six, and the reports on injuries players were dealing with at the end of the series are starting to come out in the wake of the Hawks... Read more »
The Stanley Cup Final begins on Wednesday night, and history will be made. When this series is done, either the Blackhawks or the Bruins will be the first team to win a second championship since the last lockout. How will one team finish the series on top? Let’s look ahead at some key match-ups, and... Read more »
On Wednesday night, the Blackhawks will host the Bruins in Game One of the Stanley Cup Final. The two Original Six franchises have never met in the Final, and two Original Six franchises haven’t battled for the game’s ultimate prize in 34 years. The match-up should be spectacular and historic. What can fans look forward... Read more »
With Detroit heading to exit interviews and the golf courses this weekend, the Blackhawks (and their fans) now turn their attentions to the defending Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings.
How does the teams match-up heading into the series? Let's take a look...