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Hawks open with 3-2 shoot out win over Stars

Corey Crawford, Corey Crawford, Corey Crawford, that is all you need to know about the first two periods of last nights game. For those that complain the Crawford never has any goalie wins well here is the first of the season. For 40 minutes no one will argue he was the best player on the ice for the Hawks. The ice was definitely tilted to the Hawks zone and as the Stars came out flying. It appeared they did not get the memo that the playoffs were over and the regular season had started or maybe they have something to prove. The Hawks left Dallas as coach Quenneville said after having committed robbery. There is no way the Hawks should have won that game but then again isn’t that ...

Should Joshua Ho-Sang be on the 2014-15 Isles?

The New York Islanders were able to pull arguably the biggest steal in the 2014 NHL Draft. They took Joshua Ho-Sang with the 28th overall pick. His talent is heralded and lauded unanimously throughout the ranks of hockey scouts but the jury is still out on ‘character’ issues.(Credit: Flickr/5of7)

Most teams decided that the inevitable headache waiting with his brash nature far outweighed his skill level.

For the Islanders, this was the perfect pick. A damaged draft stock with a player that felt beyond offended that he was passed up on created an immediate bond between a rejected franchise and rejected prospect.

This perceived disrespect from other teams will create a love for the Islanders logo on his jersey. Reason being, they were the only ones that gave him a chance.

2013/14 Playoffs- Week 1 Recap

We’re officially a week into the 2013/14 NHL playoffs and we’ve already seen our share of overtime dramatics, borderline hits, curious officiating, and Pierre McGuire. While every series has seen at least 3 games played, now is a good time to check in on what we’ve learned through week 1 of the dance and what we should expect over the next week.

Every point counts for the Blackhawks as they face off the Stars

The Dallas Stars (33-26-11) are visiting the United Center and the Chicago Blackhawks (41-16-15) on Tuesday evening, edging ever closer to the end of the regular season. As of Monday, the Stars are 2 points out of a wild card position in the playoffs, and any win counts for them.

 

The Blackhawks are currently 2nd in the Central division, but wins and points are just as precious for them, with the Colorado Avalanche only 3 points behind them. The Blackhawks want to ke...

Pregame 1/12: Islanders at Stars

The Islanders play the 3rd of their 6 game road trip tonight in Dallas against the Stars coming off a 2-1 overtime win on Friday night in Colorado. This is the second and final meeting between the two teams this season as the Islanders defeated the Stars 7-3 last Monday night at Nassau Coliseum.

Where Are They Now? Bill Guerin

Today we profile an individual who had a very successful career in the NHL and could very well become a member of the Hockey Hall of Fame. This is a two time Stanley Cup champion and former Islanders captain Bill Guerin.

Blackhawks and Stars meet up again

The Blackhawks (21-6-5) are on the road again, traveling to Dallas for their 4th match-up of the regular season against the Stars (14-9-5). It’s the first game of a back-to-back that will see the Blackhawks play at home against the Flyers on Wednesday.

The Blackhawks beat the Florida Panthers 6-2 on Sunday, earning a W after 3 consecutive losses, while the Stars beat the Philadelphia Flyers 5-1 on Saturday afternoon. Both teams have gained confidence with their most recent win.

 

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Blackhawks back home, take on the Stars

For their first game back at the UC, the Chicago Blackhawks (20-4-4) are hosting their Central division rivals, the Dallas Stars (12-9-4). The Blackhawks had a very strong road trip, going 6-1-0 during their time away from Chicago, while the Stars have dropped 4 of their last 5 games. The Hawks are hoping to be able to settle back home with a strong win, but the Stars have proven to be solid while on the road.

 

However, Dallas are without their star player, Tyler Seguin, who’s out with concussion-like symptoms. His production wa...

Blackhawks face off vs the Stars in Dallas on Friday night

For the past five years, the Blackhawks have wrapped up their circus trip with a Thanksgiving weekend swing through California. This year the pattern changed, and they're ending the trip with back-to-back games in Dallas and Phoenix.

Dallas and Chicago last faced each other three weeks ago on November 9 in Dallas. The Blackhawks won that game 5-2 and hope to repeat the performance on Friday night.

The Blackhawks currently sit atop the league with 40 points. The Stars are last in the Central with 26 points, and sit 8 points out of a playoff position in the West. Were they in the Metropolitan Division, they'd be comfortably in second place, ahead of the Rangers...

Blackhawks down Stars 5-2; prepare to face Oilers on Sunday

For the first period in Dallas, it felt like the Blackhawks were busy shooting themselves in the foot with a constant parade to the penalty box.

However, despite taking six penalties in this game, Chicago actually made progess on their penalty kill, going 6-for-6, which was good enough to jump from 30th to 27th in league PK standings.

Cody Eakin started the scoring in tonight's game, notching a goal for the Stars 6:10 into the first. Marian Hossa would continue his recent hot streak by opening the scoring for the Blackhawks with just under four minutes left in the period.

Tyler Seguin pulled Dallas ahead with a goal 6:54 into the second, but the lead w...