The Blackhawks were in Jonathan Toews’ hometown, Winnipeg, to play the Jets this afternoon, and a strong start to the second period gave them a solid lead which the Jets could never catch up on. The game ended 5-1 for the visitors, with 10 Blackhawks players with at least a point to their name by the time the game ended.
The MTS Centre was packed and pulsing as it welcomed the defending Stanley Cup Champions with a team raring to go, led by ex-Blackhawk Captain Andrew Ladd. The energy was high from both teams from puck drop, an...
Saturday afternoon, the Chicago Blackhawks (8-2-3, 2nd in Central) will play at Winnipeg vs the Jets (3-5-2, 7th in Western wildcard), their first time playing each other as Central division rivals. It will be the first of four games between them this season. The two teams have not played each other since October 2011.
Due to the annual "Circus trip", the Blackhawks play the majority of their games on the road in November; just five of fifteen games will be at home. After Saturday afternoon's game, the Blackhawks will return to the United Center to face the Flames on Sunday, and then on to Washington, DC, for their visit to the White House.
The Hawks faced the Senators in the second game of a back to back trip, but the pace was far from sluggish as the two teams traded chances in a high scoring affair en route to a wild 6-5 win. Jonathan Toews scored his 3rd career hat trick and collected an assist while Corey Crawford made 13 saves in relief of Nikolai Khabibulin after the backup netminder let in 4 goals in 22 shots.
The Hawks scored their first goal of the night on the power play off of a hard sho...
Saturday night at the United Center, the Wild outplayed the Blackhawks 5-3. Goalie Niklas Bäckström, who still isn't 100% after a recent knee injury, collected the win. That night, the Blackhawks looked like they were nursing a Cup hangover, with sloppy play and lackluster play.
The Wild were down almost half a dozen players, and after being knocked out of the 2013 playoffs 4 games to 1 by Chicago, the game had to be a confidence-builder for them.
Chicago (6-2-3, 15 points) entered Monday's tilt just one spot ahead of the Wild (6-3-3, 15 points) in the Central division.
Minnesota outshot the Blackhawks in the first period - a trend that would con...
In what was their sloppiest game of the season so far, the Blackhawks (6-2-3) fell to the Minnesota Wild (6-3-3) on Saturday, and are facing them again on Monday evening, surely hoping to snap their losing streak.
Despite outshooting the Wild 36-25, the Blackhawks fell to their opponent 5-3, due to sloppy defences, too many turnovers and giveaways. The team lacked a sense of finish, and their special units are still a sore spot for them. They only managed one goal for the 7 penalties the Wild took, and allowed one goal themselves on the 5 penalties they took.
In what has to be classified the sloppiest game of this year, the Hawks were defeated by the Minnesota Wild at the United Center Saturday night. The Hawks took five penalties and the Wild had seven penalties. Each team scored a power play goal.
There was little to get excited about in this game for Hawks fans. The effort was there but the performance was uninspired and this game was something that most Hawks games are not - dull.
The Hawks had a chance to come back from a deficit and show why they are the reigning Stanley Cup champs but unlike last year’s team they were unable to mount a comeback. The game had way too many penalties and unlike last year’s penalty k...
The Blackhawks don't often have wild barn-burner games, but Thursday night's game was a doozy of an 6-5 overtime loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning in Florida.
Chicago has trailed other teams for just a handful of minutes this season. For once, the other team leapt out to a 2-0 lead early. Matthew Carle put the Lightning on the board with a power play goal 6:28 in the first.
Adding insult to injury, the Bolts took the dreaded "too many men" bench penalty - and not only did they outplay the Blackhawks on the PK, but scored against them as well, with Nate Thompson making it 2-0.
Bryan Bickell camped on Ben Bishop's doorstop, and scooped up...
The Blackhawks continue their Florida road trip on Thursday with a match-up against the Tampa Bay Lightning. It’ll be their second and last game against Steven Stamkos’ team.
The Ligntning (5-3-0) are currently enjoying a 7-game homestand that has been good for them, with 3 wins against 2 losses. The Blackhawks (6-1-2) are coming in with a 2-win streak, and will look to keep it going, for themselves and also for their mothers, who are accompanying players and staff during this road trip.
The Hawks kicked off the first leg of their Mother/Son road trip with a shootout win Tuesday night in Florida against the Panthers. Corey Crawford stopped both Florida attempts in the shootout and Patrick Sharp netted the game winner for the visitors.
The Hawks continued to have trouble putting together a full 60 minutes of hockey, and gave up two unanswered goals to Florida in the third to tie a game that was 2-0 heading into the last period.
This week, the Blackhawks will play both Florida teams, starting with the Panthers on Tuesday night at the BB&T Center in Sunrise. It is also time for the team's annual parents' trip; this season, it's the mother-son version of the trip.
Rookie Joakim Nordström was sent back to the AHL this weekend. He is expected to get much more playing time with the IceHogs and to work on his penalty kill skills. At this time, a call-up player has not been announced; it is expected that Michael Kostka or Sheldon Brookbank will likely fill in on the forward position, as they have in the past.
Chicago goes into Tuesday night's game ranked second in the Central d...