Chicago Blackhawks Need Slight Adjustments After Loss

Corey Crawford

Reading the box score (minus the score, of course), the Chicago Blackhawks appear to have won against the New York Rangers tonight in Madison Square Garden. Yet, this was a case of not only a deceiving box score, but the […]

Chicago Blackhawks Return To Action Against New York Rangers

Chicago Blackhawks

Despite being among the leaders of the stronger Western Conference, the Chicago Blackhawks should not be paper favorites tonight against the New York Rangers. For starters, the Rangers lead the season series, having won the lone matchup between the two […]

Jonathan Toews Repeating His 2010 Performance Will Boost Chicago Blackhawks

Jonathan Toews

Much has been made about Jonathan Toews Olympic performance during Team Canada’s victory over Sweden a few days ago. Toews, now 25, won his second gold medal to go along with his two Stanley Cups, making him one of the […]

Chicago Blackhawks’ Michael Kostka Claimed by Tampa Bay Lightning

Michael Kostka

In a roster move of minimal importance, the Chicago Blackhawks have waived defenseman Michael Kostka, as is a stipulation of his NHL contract. Already having spent time in the NHL and AHL, Kostka was offered to other teams before he […]

Patrick Kane a Bright Spot During Team USA’s Abysmal Bronze Medal Loss

Patrick Kane

It certainly was a difficult loss for fans of the United States men’s hockey team to swallow, but it should not have been one that was very surprising. Discouraged, and still likely in a sense of shock, Team USA stuttered […]

Chicago Blackhawks: Marian Hossa and Michal Handzus’ Elimination From Olympics Good For Team?

Marian Hossa & Michal Handzus

Quick Olympic exits are always unfortunate and can be quite discouraging for players. However, for fans of the Chicago Blackhawks, Team Slovakia’s disappointment should be the team’s gains. That is in large part due to the quick exits of veteran […]

While Changes Occur at Center, Chicago Blackhawks’ Phillip Danault is Biding His Time

Phillip Danault

Without a doubt, the Chicago Blackhawks have one of the best groups of center prospects in the NHL. That group was bolstered as well by a recent trade which gave the Blackhawks Peter Regin and Pierre-Marc Bouchard, two NHL caliber […]

Chicago Blackhawks: Brandon Pirri’s Chances Dwindling Despite MVP

Brandon Pirri

All-Star Game MVP is an accomplishment only a select few people on this earth can lay claim to. At the professional level, that accomplishment carries a lot of weight. It should be no surprise then for Chicago Blackhawks fans that […]

Patrick Kane’s Captain America Cape Should Fit Better This Time

Patrick Kane

Does American hockey really have an identity? On local rinks across the United States, are the youth taught a specific identity for success? Football and basketball certainly enforce the “defense wins championships” mantra whilst baseball uses the cliche of “fundamentals” […]

Team Canada’s Offense Will Once Again Operate Through Blackhawks’ Jonathan Toews

Jonathan Toews

When Team Canada named Sidney Crosby its Captain before the 2014 Winter Olympics, there were certainly no surprises coming from anyone in the hockey world. After all, the game’s biggest star deserves the honor based on name and performance alone, […]

Sweden’s Return to a Gold Medal Game Will Be Thanks to Chicago Blackhawks

Marcus Kruger, Niklas Hjalmarsson, & Johnny Oduya

A fifth place performance in the 2010 Olympic games has put Sweden under the radar with regards to the 2014 Winter Olympics. Despite returning 2006 gold medal goaltender Henrik Lundvquist and bolstering a dream team blue line, Sweden is looked […]

Chicago Blackhawks’ Marian Hossa Unlikely to Carry Slovakia to an Elusive Olympic Medal

Marian Hossa

Marian Hossa of the Chicago Blackhawks has his work cut out for him with regards to leading his national team. Hossa, at 35 years of age, has played excellent hockey for his NHL team, and leads the league in takeaways. […]