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Ducks Sweep Blackhawks in 2-1 Victory

 

 The Chicago Blackhawks fell to the Anaheim Ducks for the third time this season, giving the Ducks the series sweep with a 2-1 victory in the United Center.  The win comes as sweet relief for the hungry Ducks, who were 0-4 since their last bout with the Hawks, including a 4-0 shutout loss to the San Jose Sharks.   Chicago briefly regained their 5 point lead in the Western Conference, only to have the Ducks within striking distance again after tonight's loss.   RECAP: The first period ended with the two teams scoreless and tied with 9 SOGs a piece.  Corey Perry was the first to put a point on the board for the Ducks to liven u...

Updated - TCL Blackhawks Podcast: Episode Six

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Blackhawks put out Flames to end losing streak

 

GAME RECAP

The Chicago Blackhawks ended their two game losing streak by shutting out the Calgary Flames last night 2-0. Nick Leddy and Brent Seabrook each scored for the Blackhawks.

An added storyline to last night’s game was the trade speculation surrounding Flames Right Winger Jarome Iginla. Recently, Iginla submitted a list of four teams he would not block a trade to. The Blackhawks are on that list. Even though Iginla’s numbers are down, he can add veteran leadership to any of teams he is traded to.

Blackhawks netminder Ray Emery continued his strong play against the Flames by making 16 stops. Emery's personal win streak now stands...

Blackhawks home stretch report card: Fine-tuning before the playoffs

There is no better time to be thankful that all the armchair GMs aren't real GMs than directly after a tough loss right before the trade deadline.

Monday night on Twitter, as the Blackhawks walked out of a lackluster game with a 5-4 loss to the LA Kings, whom they had previously dominated earlier in the season, all the usual suggestions came out. So-and-so should go back to Rockford. So-and-so is dead weight this season and should be traded. (If he's such dead weight, who else is going to want him?) So-and-so isn't getting it done. In exchange, fans are looking for every high-profile player out there, future salary concerns be ignored.

In a season like ...

Game Preview: Flames vs Chicago Blackhawks

The Flames head back on the road tonight, a place they have not been too fond of as of late, currently riding a 9-game win-less streak (0-8-1). Breaking the streak will not come easy heading into Chicago to face the league’s best team. The Blackhawks will finish off rare back-to-back home games after losing last night, 5-4 to the defending champs Los Angeles Kings.

Blackhawks v Flames- Game Preview

 

CHI v CGY - Game Preview

7:30pm CST

3/26/13

 

Chicago (24-4-3) is up for back-to-back play tonight at the United Center, hosting the Calgary Flames (12-14-4) after a tough defeat to the LA Kings.

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Blackhawks Down: Chicago drops second straight to visiting Los Angeles Kings

 

Dustin Brown scored his twelfth goal of the season with under two minutes remaining to hand the Chicago Blackhawks (24-4-3) their fourth regulation loss of the season in a wild affair that saw the Blackhawks surrender three one-goal leads.

The victory put Los Angeles (18-12-2) ahead of the idle St. Louis Blues for sixth place in the crowded Western Conference race, and moved them within striking distance of division-leading Anaheim. The Kings currently sit ten points back of a suddenly struggling Ducks team with sixteen to play. With two of those remaining games coming against Anaheim, it’s not inconceivable to think that last year’s Stanley Cup Champio...

Blackhawks look to sweep Kings in final game of season series on Monday

The LA Kings have not scored a goal since their GWG on February 17th, a 3-2 win vs. the Coyotes. They were shut out on home ice first by Dallas, and then by the Canucks. Prior to that pair of games, the Kings had outscored their prior three opponents by a margin of 12-4.

The Blackhawks have beaten the Kings twice already this season: 5-2 at the Kings home opener; and then 3-2 at Chicago on February 17th. Vancouver and Detroit have been hot as of late; their wins have bumped the Kings down to 6th in the West. It all adds up to a lot of incentive for the Kings.

So, as the Kings begin a 5-game road trip -- which includes their visit to the White House with the Stanley C...

Jarome Iginla: Trade Looming

Is Jarome's time coming to an end in Calgary?

According to reports he has given a list of four teams that he would accept a trade to: Chicago, LA, Pittsburgh, and Boston.

Will he or won't he?

I think what we can all agree on is that we can't blame him for going after his Stanley Cup dream!

Blackhawks Drown in the Duck Pond

 

CHI @ ANA Game Recap1/20/13 Blackhawks Drown in the Duck Pond  In a game that lived up to its hype the league leading Chicago Blackhawks fell 4-2 to the second place Anaheim Ducks who now trail the Windy City team by only 3 points in the Western Conference.  The Ducks drew first blood with a quick goal by center Peter Holland less than 2 minutes into play.  The Hawks were almost immediately sent to the penalty kill against the most successful power play unit in the league, but a fantastic short-handed goal via Jonathan Toews brought those first five minutes of heart attack to an end all tied up 1-1.  After a very forgettable Blackhawk...