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...
The last Canadian team the Blackhawks (17-4-4) are facing during their circus trip are the Calgary Flames (8-11-4), who are looking for a solid win in regulation after their last three contests were decided in OT or a shootout. The first and only game these two teams have played against each other ended with the Flames prevailing in overtime.
The Blackhawks will be looking to keep their 3-game win streak alive while the Flames will look to start a streak themselves after winning against the Florida Panthers in the shootout last Friday...
The Blackhawks’ circus trip continue, and they are facing their 3rd Canadian team in the Edmonton Oilers. Both Blackhawks (16-4-4) and Oilers (7-15-2) are on win streaks and this match-up between two team full of skilled players is expected to be fast and hard.
Chicago is looking to keep their consistency up after having a few up and down games and shaky goaltending, while the Oilers are just battling for more points with plenty of injuries on their side, a barely there defence and issues in goaltending as well.
To continue their annual circus road trip, the Blackhawks (14-4-4) are visiting the Jets (10-10-3) in Winnipeg again - they were there last on November 6th, and the Jets came to visit the UC on November 9th. Both times, the Blackhawks won by a solid margin, and they will try to do so again, as they come back from a 5-1 loss in Denver.
The Blackhawks have been a little inconsistent lately. After winning 4 games in a row, they then dropped a game against Nashville with a final score of 7-2, won their next game against San Jose, and the...
After an entertaining win for the Blackhawks against the Winnipeg Jets on Wednesday, the Blackhawks (10-2-4) are in Dallas to play the Stars (8-6-2). The Stars are riding a hot streak after netting their 3rd consecutive win against Detroit on Thursday, while the Blackhawks win against the Jets came after an OT loss against Calgary.
The Blackhawks played a tight game Wednesday, and while the goals came from their top 2 lines, the bottom 2 lines are not to be dismissed, as they were active and energetic. The Stars have brought Jamie Be...
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.
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.
CALGARY FLAMES (19-19-5 43 points) vs. NEW JERSEY DEVILS (23-16-2 48 points) GAME #44
The Flames come into tonight’s game after an emotional 3-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild on Saturday night. The game was one of milestones for the Flames as before the game Olli Jokinen was honored for playing 1,000 career games (January 1st vs. Nashville), Lance Bouma scored his first NHL goal and most notably, Jarome Iginla scored his 500th career goal. Iginla became the 42nd player in NHL history to reach the milestone on a night many Flames fans won’t soon forget. The Flames will look to carry that emotion into tonight’s game as they host the Devi...