Chicago Blackhawks Continue To Falter Against Central Division

Matt Duchene

The Chicago Blackhawks by no means collapse, choke or wholeheartedly give up against their two biggest Central Division opponents. It is rather that, for a variety of reasons, regardless of the situation, the defending Stanley Cup Champions simply cannot beat […]

Chicago Blackhawks Look to Finally Get Advantage against Colorado Avalanche

Jonathan Toews

The NHL season is coming to an end, with all teams having their strengths and weakness on display for the world to see. At this point in the season, it has become clear that the Chicago Blackhawks struggle against their […]

Chicago Blackhawks Bulk Up Defense By Signing Dillon Fournier

Dillon Fournier

Chicago Blackhawks general manager Stan Bowman has made it clear that the Blackhawks’ active roster going forward will have eight defensemen. Bowman also added that he wants to have ten or so NHL ready defenseman including the Blackhawks’ AHL affiliate, […]

Chicago Blackhawks’ Ability To Survive Buffalo Sabres’ Physical Game A Good Sign

Jonathan Toews

What is old-time hockey? In short, it is a sloppy, physical, very simple form of the game often associated within the modern NHL if a game either has a line brawl or low-scoring playoff feel. Old-time hockey is often a […]

Buffalo Sabres A Favorable Matchup For David Rundblad’s Chicago Blackhawks Debut

David Rundblad

After being acquired during a trade deadline deal, new Chicago Blackhawks defenseman David Rundblad will be starting his first game with his new NHL club tomorrow night versus the Buffalo Sabres. The matchup makes sense as the Sabres are the least […]

Chicago Blackhawks’ New Lines Prove to be a Reason for Optimism

Brandon Saad

With the NHL season winding down and the playoff picture becoming clearer, the Chicago Blackhawks rearranged their lines searching for offensive consistency in the absence of Marian Hossa. Hossa, the team’s first line right wing, is invaluable and should return […]

Chicago Blackhawks’ Mathieu Brisebois Shouldn’t Be Overlooked

David Rundblad

When Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Michael Kostka was claimed off of waivers last week, the belief was that Stan Bowman and Joel Quenneville were slightly changing philosophy and possibly opening up the last roster spot for a forward. However, with the team’s recent acquisition […]

A Note to Chicago Blackhawks Fans: Remove Fingers From Panic Button

Michal Rozsival

Woe unto fans of the Chicago Blackhawks, an NHL franchise that has won two Stanley Cups during the last four seasons. The team of Chicago’s suburbs has an expectation to be the best night in and night out. Anything less than […]

Chicago Blackhawks Best Served Calling Up Jeremy Morin in Marian Hossa’s Absence

Jeremy Morin

With first line right wing Marian Hossa reportedly out 2-3 weeks after a Craig Adams hit, the Chicago Blackhawks will have to make moves in order to fill Hossa’s vital spot on the roster as well as his production (24 […]

Chicago Blackhawks Are Wise to Trade Brandon Pirri to Florida Panthers

Brandon Pirri

With the NHL trade deadline approaching, the Chicago Blackhawks have traded Brandon Pirri to the Florida Panthers for a third-round pick in this year’s draft as well as a fifth round pick during the 2016 draft. The price certainly seems […]

Chicago Blackhawks’ Third Line an Indicator of Team’s Success

Dennis Wierzbicki-USA TODAY Sports

  For the Chicago Blackhawks, last night’s 5-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins carried many positives. For starters, the team was able to do most of its damage without Marian Hossa, who only played 4:18 before being injured on Craig […]

Chicago Blackhawks Need No Response to St. Louis Blues Trade

Chicago Blackhawks

The biggest move of the NHL trade deadline is likely to be the St. Louis Blues‘ acquisition of Buffalo Sabres goaltender Ryan Miller and Sabres center Steve Ott. The Blues may have given up a lot for the Sabres duo, […]