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Hawks fall to Bruins in OT 2-1

After coming off of that marathon game on Wednesday night the Chicago Blackhawks came out in the first period on fire and thoroughly dominated the Bruins.  The Shots were 19-4 in favor of the Hawks.  The unfortunate thing is they only had one goal to show for all their efforts.

The goal was scored by Patrick Sharp after a flurry of shots were blasted at the Bruins netminder with Tuukka Rask down Sharp was able to get the puck past him for the Hawks lone goal of the night.  The Hawks team speed was evident in the first period as they were much faster than the Bruins.

There was another goal that was disallowed due to the whistle being blown.  Whether it was t...

Duncan Keith Suspended Game 4: Blackhawks v Kings

 

CHI v LAK - Game 4 Preview

06/06/13

 

The Chicago Blackhawks will face the LA Kings on Thursday without top line defenseman Duncan Keith, who will serve a one-game suspension for high-sticking LA forward Jeff Carter in Game 3. 

 

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Blackhawks Vs. Kings Game One Recap/ Game Two Preview

The phrase ‘Keep Calm and Carry On’ was originally used by the British government as a motivational tool to boost morale during World War II.

One could say the Chicago Blackhawks could adopt that phrase after the way they have played in the past week. Despite going into the second period down 1-0 and outshooting the Los Angeles Kings 17-2, the Blackhawks found a way to take the first game of the Western Conference Finals.

The Blackhawks edged the defending Stanley Cup champions 2-1 Saturday night in front of a raucous United Center crowd. The Madison Street Hockey Club has won four in row after climbing out of a 3-1 deficit against the Detroit Red Wings.

The ...

Blackhawks take series in thrilling Game 7 overtime

 

And then there were eight.

The Chicago Blackhawks had rallied from a 1-3 series deficit to force game seven. And what a game seven it was, one to send off the Red Wings to the Eastern Conference with a memorable farewell.

At the end of the day, this series was a wake-up call for the Blackhawks. The Minnesota Wild had never pushed the Hawks up against the ropes. A couple of games with less-than-stellar effort, and the Presidents' Trophy winners were suddenly at risk of being knocked out in the second round.

Somewhere between game four and seven, the Blackhawks began waking up, finding their game again. They won game five, then six, a...

TCL Blackhawks Podcast: Episode Thirteen

Tune in for the latest episode of our Blackhawks podcast!  Stream live or watch it later! 

Podcast starts at 8 pm CT tonight!  If you're watching live, submit questions to @TCLBlackhawks on twitter! 

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TCL Blackhawks Podcast: Episode Twelve

 

Tune in for the latest episode of our Blackhawks podcast!  Stream live or watch it later! 

Podcast starts at 8 pm CT tonight!  If you're watching live, submit questions to @TCLBlackhawks on twitter! 

Remember to follow us on Twitter @TCLBlackhawks for updates throughout the playoffs! 

 

 

TCL Blackhawks Podcast: Episode Eleven

 

Tune in for the latest episode of our Blackhawks podcast!  Stream live or watch it later! 

Podcast starts at 8 pm CT tonight!  If you're watching live, submit questions to @TCLBlackhawks on twitter! 

Remember to follow us on Twitter @TCLBlackhawks for updates throughout the playoffs! 

 

 

TCL Blackhawks Podcast: Episode Ten

 

Tune in for the latest episode of our Blackhawks podcast!  Stream live or watch it later! 

Podcast starts at 6:30 pm CT tonight!  If you're watching live, submit questions to @TCLBlackhawks on twitter! 

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Blackhawks v Blues: Game Preview

 

TCL Blackhawks

CHI @ STL

4/27/13

7:00pm CST

 

The Chicago Blackhawks have clinched the Central Division, the Presidents’ Trophy, the No. 1 spot in the Western Conference playoffs, and hold the record for l...

Hawks defeat Flames 3-1

 

In what has been a truly amazing year the Blackhawks ended their regular season at the United Center in the fashion that they began – winning. The game was really never in doubt from the moment the puck dropped on the Indianhead at center ice.

Like the past couple of games, again the Blackhawks had little to play for except that this group of extraordinary athletes has set a standard for themselves which they have not faltered from all season.

The Hawks jumped on top of the Flames early and often. The score could have been much higher save bounces not going the Hawks way. They completely dominated the Flames in the first period.

The scoring for the Haw...